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2 hours ago, Finn Bjerke said:

Ian of speedyfeet wrote me he will get batch 2 of Inmotion v11 next friday.  Its on his homepage https://www.speedyfeet.co.uk/collections/electric-unicycle-one-wheel-segway/products/inmotion-v11-electric-unicycle

 InMotion V11 Electric Unicycle

They will be at the airport Friday and probably delivered to him tues/Wednesday so probably out for shipment Friday ,, fingers crossed 😊👍

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10 hours ago, iode said:

Great content finally putting some data and numbers to what we've all been feeling in our feet and legs (and knees and back).

 I loved the video  , it's nice to see a bit of data ,, very impressed 👍

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Reinforced screw point on saddle part. 

Pretty low-tech. I find it hilarious. 

I mean it works(?) but I was expecting something more... Refine? 

Either way. There we go. Lol. 

 

Edit: I realise this is probably a temporary fix with the parts they already got in stock.

Fixing the part properly means retooling a mold. This takes time depending if you gonna add/subtract material (making indents in a part takes more effort cos you are adding metal to the mold and subtracting from the volume of the part) 

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4 hours ago, onizukagto said:

Reinforced screw point on saddle part. 

Pretty low-tech. I find it hilarious. 

I mean it works(?) but I was expecting something more... Refine? 

Either way. There we go. Lol. 

 

Edit: I realise this is probably a temporary fix with the parts they already got in stock.

Fixing the part properly means retooling a mold. This takes time depending if you gonna add/subtract material (making indents in a part takes more effort cos you are adding metal to the mold and subtracting from the volume of the part) 

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This has to be a temporary fix because I can se an issue with it. The plastic part is gonna break eventually. So when it does, this metal piece could possibly add some rattle. Just maybe.

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On 9/16/2020 at 5:00 PM, Vagrant Sneaker said:

The plastic part is gonna break eventually.

Why would it? It doesn’t break until it bends, and there’s no longer room for it to bend.

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8 hours ago, mrelwood said:

Why would it? It doesn’t break until it bends, and there’s no longer room for it to bend.

As you know, that plastic piece is very thin. It's been breaking on first day for quite a few riders. I just don't see how that metal piece will prevent it from breaking. They should just remove the plastic and add the metal as the replacement. Also, looking at my saddle, the screws are placed on the soft foam part of the saddle. How will these screws stay in place securely??? These are some of the concerns Im having. Regardless, this saddle issue is not big at all. It really doesn't prevent you from the riding experience. But, I would like @Inmotion Global to just make a stronger saddle in general. I get that this is a pretty good solution for now, but we all spent quite a bit of money on the V11. Being this is my first purchase of an EUC, I would like to have my saddles intact. I don't wanna be reminded every time I look it that its been damaged since day 1 and to still be waiting for any type of response from EUCO since August 12. I also get that Inmotion is working hard to solve the issue.

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Just had an update for the Inmotion App but I don't really see much changes. Did anyone else notice anything different? It all looks the same to me. Thought they would add some new feature for the V11. Guess we have to wait for a firmware update.

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1 hour ago, Vagrant Sneaker said:

Just had an update for the Inmotion App but I don't really see much changes. Did anyone else notice anything different? It all looks the same to me. Thought they would add some new feature for the V11. Guess we have to wait for a firmware update.

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Remote diagnostic seems like a good feature. 

I wonder if the "incorrect display of some parameters" refers to the overstated speed?

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Hi All,

I haven't been able to figure this out, does the V11 have rebound damping in the suspension?

I think the early beta versions only had a bottom cylinder in the shocks, but perhaps the release version has a top/bottom configuration that allows the adjustment of rebound?? 

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6 hours ago, UniMe said:

Hi All,

I haven't been able to figure this out, does the V11 have rebound damping in the suspension?

I think the early beta versions only had a bottom cylinder in the shocks, but perhaps the release version has a top/bottom configuration that allows the adjustment of rebound?? 

Production v11 has a negative chamber, located at the top. Recommend to fill the negative chamber between 50 to 80psi

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sorry to sound ignorant, but does this control the rate of rebound?

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19 minutes ago, UniMe said:

sorry to sound ignorant, but does this control the rate of rebound?

It does affect the rate and extension of the rebound as well. It’s not a separated parameter however, and the overall experience changes considerably on several aspects.

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19 hours ago, mrelwood said:

It does affect the rate and extension of the rebound as well. It’s not a separated parameter however, and the overall experience changes considerably on several aspects.

old news to everyone here, but this seems like a lost opportunity. Front shocks for mountain bikes are such a very well known and reliable technology, it seems InMotion need to partner with a suspension company just like most of the mountain bike producers do.

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2 hours ago, UniMe said:

old news to everyone here, but this seems like a lost opportunity. Front shocks for mountain bikes are such a very well known and reliable technology, it seems InMotion need to partner with a suspension company just like most of the mountain bike producers do.

I have looked into finding 3rd party shocks that would fit the V11, but I’ve come out empty so far. The issue seems to be that every manufacturer has slightly different kinds of fork cartridges for each fork  model, so there doesn’t exist a common or a standard model. Like there is for the rear shock.

 Inmotion said that the shock is a custom unit, and that other suitable units don’t exist on the market.

 If it weren’t for the issue in the first paragraph of this post, I’d agree that it’s a lost opportunity. But as it is, I don’t know how they could’ve done any better.

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3 hours ago, mrelwood said:

Inmotion said that the shock is a custom unit, and that other suitable units don’t exist on the market.

I must admit, the V11 suspension looked proprietary from the moment I saw it (unlike the S18). That doesn't mean all is lost though, a good MTB suspension specialist may well be able to work on whats already there with different valving etc. Even adding 'tokens' (basically anything added to an air shock that takes up internal volume) can drastically affect the progression of the air compression curve. Even simply adding oil into the chamber can achieve the same result. I'm not sure if this is what you are after (I don't know if you are bottoming out) but my point is that anything can be done with enough understanding and will :)

 

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