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what speeds are you guys reaching relative to how much you weigh? I want to push my unit but security is a top concern of mine as im yet to ride my very first wheel, any input would be greatly appreciated! Thanks

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It's advertised to go up to 37mph. Unlocked, you could probably reach 40mph "safely", though you risk cutting out. Depending on where the battery life of the wheel is at as well as your own weight, you're getting closer & closer to the wheel cutting out.

When I had my Telsa V2, it was capped at 30mph. When unlocked, I could ride it up to 35mph comfortably. Though, it cut out on me at 37mph lol

Use your best judgement & always wear your safety gear.

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I have gotten my Msx pro 2000 watt version to 41.6, though lighter people have gotten it to 46! I have my tiltback set at 42.

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My buddy who weighs 145 got it to 49.2 

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4 hours ago, Wookz said:

My buddy who weighs 145 got it to 49.2 

MSP 2500W on a flat surface? 

Edited by buell47

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2000w motor sorry should have specified 

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On 7/29/2020 at 10:53 AM, Wookz said:

My buddy who weighs 145 got it to 49.2 

:blink1::blink1: wow that's fast.. Flat surface? Or down thru a window?

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It's pretty flat, he thinks he could hit 50+ if he was brave/dumb enough. 

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On 7/29/2020 at 11:53 AM, Wookz said:

My buddy who weighs 145 got it to 49.2 

we have a 110lb rider who actually hit 51 on the MSX, dumb yes considering how little headroom they have, but capable if you’re light enough. 

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