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My "Garage".... :laughbounce2:

Actually have add a KS18L White :wub: and a Black Ninebot Elite+ by Segway ;)

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my new decals 😛😊👍

 

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24 minutes ago, Alex_from_NZ said:

Cool decal mate, i went with the skull (& crossbones) as well :D

yeah it just fits in the gap under the pads,,, where's your pics😁

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Here is my set-up....

2 in 1 adjustable handlebar 

Cell phone holder

Small cargo bag

Water bottle holder

Bose Bluetooth sound system

Enlarged and padded foot platform 

Kick stand

90/65 6.5 Monster street tires

More4Mini 63v charger

18-20 mile range (verified with GPS)

This thing is a BLAST!

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On 9/14/2018 at 2:37 AM, 68bugboy said:

Here is my set-up....

2 in 1 adjustable handlebar 

Cell phone holder

Small cargo bag

Water bottle holder

Bose Bluetooth sound system

Enlarged and padded foot platform 

Kick stand

90/65 6.5 Monster street tires

More4Mini 63v charger

18-20 mile range (verified with GPS)

This thing is a BLAST!

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That thing is SET UP haha!  Nice mate!  What do you use your Mini Pro for mostly out of curiosity?

Cheers,

Alex

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 I just use it for fun. 

I like to find new places to cruise around

on paved bike paths. I usually travel between

12 to 20 miles per trip. I'm not into extreme speed.

Slow and steady and enjoying the sites.

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I have built handlebars out of 3/4" PVC schedule 40 piping. You can see that it self balances (and that I only have 3 battery bars left, I need a charge!). I machined a bracket out of a 1-1/2" square bar of aluminum, with a half inch wide bevel off each of the bar's corners, and a 30 degrees from vertical sloping surface to tap 3/4NSF so I can screw the pipe to the aluminum.

Why did I do this? I wanted a handlebars that didn't run away if left unattended, and which had less of a "firm" feel to them, to remind me that I shouldn't grip the handlebars for support. But I failed at both objectives. The bars are in fact quite nicely firm, yet when made out of 1/2 piping were not firm enough. Sigh... And it turns out that on a flat surface even self-balancing bars occasionally cause the unit to move forward (especially if there is a 'downhill' direction to go in). But there is no force to this movement, and even a slight divet will keep the MiniPRO stationary.

Could it be improved? You bet, with the 3D printing technology which I don't have yet :) But at least I had a vertical mill to make this old-fashioned version :)

The tires are already discussed here:

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