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Toes dip when turning


Biped Phil
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OK, I found two calibrations:  one described in a youtube from Speedy Feet, the other in a blog post with a byline of @Jeffrey Scott Will.  It got dark so I don't know how they turned out, but here are the links!

Turning: https://www.myinmotion.com/blogs/news/inmotion-app-update-3-interesting-new-features

Tread tilt: (Speedy Feet)

 

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Simply adjusting the pedal angle won't do anything. You need the real calibration that resets what "level" means to the wheel.

The tilt sensors are pretty bad in our wheels and can drift with time, meaning a wheel can start to do the pedal dipping. Also, a bad calibration (wheel tilted to the side while calibrating, or something like this) can produce this from the start.

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It's vitally important that the wheel is 100% upright in the left and right plane when re-calibrating.  Not doing this leads to the toe dip. Leaning it up against a wall is not good enough. You must find a way to make sure its perfectly vertical (left and right), front and back angle is up to you.

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