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6 hours ago, Lokomisiek. said:

Now it's more responsive (agresive). Maybe little better torque, but pedal dipping limit is the same i think :( My personal (105kg rider) feelings.

There's a difference in all modes or just in hard ?

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i like it a lot, it's super fun, it's a heavier RS and ride almost like it, a dream in the city, carve machine with huge ground clearance and the best seated riding on the market .

So this is an EX-less EX. But which is not a RS/MSPro. But using the RS motor instead of the EX motor. And also not a Monster Pro. It's like watching a person go through some kind of trauma

Got my ex.n mss yesterday here's some pics    Just got used to it but the power is always there ready to take off, probably why battery goes down,, did some hills this morning and it went up

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On 8/10/2021 at 9:27 PM, Lokomisiek. said:

I'm using only hard, 105kg is too much for other modes. 

had a ride yesterday with the accelerated stability firmware, not bad but need more mileage :)

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9 hours ago, EMA said:

had a ride yesterday with the accelerated stability firmware, not bad but need more mileage :)

When I tested an EXN with black board, there is this odd wavy (yet not oscillating) feeling in soft and hard mode.  Is this resolved with the "accelerated stability" firmware?

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58 minutes ago, Ben Kim said:

When I tested an EXN with black board, there is this odd wavy (yet not oscillating) feeling in soft and hard mode.  Is this resolved with the "accelerated stability" firmware?

I felt this too (new Monster V3 board)! I thought I was going crazy! It seems to me that it only happens when I hit small disturbances in whatever surface I'm riding on, so I assume the PID algorithm parameters aren't quite dialed in perfectly... But in any case, it certainly gives you a "WTH" moment whenever it happens...

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12 hours ago, Ben Kim said:

When I tested an EXN with black board, there is this odd wavy (yet not oscillating) feeling in soft and hard mode.  Is this resolved with the "accelerated stability" firmware?

you can still feel it in soft mode but less pronounced than stock fw, i never use it on stock fw but now i can (when not pushing hard)

hard mode is a lot better, feels super solid and helps you accelerate by dipping a bit, then come back flat. easy and fast

medium mode is what i usually ride on EXN do not change to much, but you can still feel the pedals more stable, it raise the pedals more while accelerating compared to soft and hard, better to calibrate the wheel -0.5 or -1 if you imho.

 

11 hours ago, Arbolest said:

I felt this too (new Monster V3 board)! I thought I was going crazy! It seems to me that it only happens when I hit small disturbances in whatever surface I'm riding on, so I assume the PID algorithm parameters aren't quite dialed in perfectly... But in any case, it certainly gives you a "WTH" moment whenever it happens...

i know the feeling, it's really comfortable for casual riding, not when pushing hard, soft exn is the same ;)

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7 hours ago, EMA said:

you can still feel it in soft mode but less pronounced than stock fw, i never use it on stock fw but now i can (when not pushing hard)

hard mode is a lot better, feels super solid and helps you accelerate by dipping a bit, then come back flat. easy and fast

medium mode is what i usually ride on EXN do not change to much, but you can still feel the pedals more stable, it raise the pedals more while accelerating compared to soft and hard, better to calibrate the wheel -0.5 or -1 if you imho.

 

i know the feeling, it's really comfortable for casual riding, not when pushing hard, soft exn is the same ;)

I took the dive and updated my buddies EXN. Definitely fixed it. rides good now and the soft mode has shades of Sherman 1053, which is good or bad depending who you ask. For me, it’s good. 

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37 minutes ago, Ben Kim said:

took the dive and updated my buddies EXN. Definitely fixed it. rides good now and the soft mode has shades of Sherman 1053, which is good or bad depending who you ask. For me, it’s good

How do you update an exn ?

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On 8/13/2021 at 5:09 PM, stephen said:

How do you update an exn ?

with gw app, if you have a black board of course

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2 hours ago, EMA said:

with gw app, if you have a black board of course

Is there a conversation somewhere dedicated specifically to this topic? Is this just using a private tool intended only for dealers or a public GW app now? Which wheels can be flashed in this way?

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13 hours ago, EMA said:

maybe a new topic it's not a bad idea, btw is something super simple that can do anyone, most of the wheels are already covered, you need:
 

  • GW app from www.begode.com/app (app still require some eng translation)
  • create an account in app
  • a black board on your EUC
  • once logged in, fw upgrade require 1m
  • WheelersPRO have done a nice video on it, time 55:46 : https://youtu.be/vN1BcVYZRQ4?t=3346

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Also make sure ALL Bluetooth connections (iOS) EXCEPT the wheel are disconnected. I semi-bricked my friends EXN until I did that. 

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On 8/15/2021 at 11:09 PM, Ben Kim said:

Also make sure ALL Bluetooth connections (iOS) EXCEPT the wheel are disconnected. I semi-bricked my friends EXN until I did that. 

semibrick? could you explain it?

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On 8/25/2021 at 8:59 AM, EMA said:

really good range this amazing wheel:

86km (20km slow off road)
30kmh avg
40% left

EUC tours:
https://euc.world/tour/601297681395070
https://euc.world/tour/601307320830045

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Your Wright? My Weight 110kg with gear on EX.n (accelerated stability) and my range is around 101km (+/-30km offroad), still left 81V 😅 

And euc world track:

https://euc.world/tour/601113118527074

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6 hours ago, Lokomisiek. said:

Your Wright? My Weight 110kg with gear on EX.n (accelerated stability) and my range is around 101km (+/-30km offroad), still left 81V 😅 

And euc world track:

https://euc.world/tour/601113118527074

still very good i think, my weight is 70kg 

[ as reference, torque motors are even better, specially on heavy riders and when climbing ]

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I'm thinking of getting the EX.N or the RS HS. Any thoughts from anyone who has ridden both? How is the handling since the EX.N is about 13 pounds heavier? how about the difference in torque between the two?

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5 hours ago, thendless said:

I'm thinking of getting the EX.N or the RS HS. Any thoughts from anyone who has ridden both? How is the handling since the EX.N is about 13 pounds heavier? how about the difference in torque between the two?

if you need the lighter wheel for some reason take it, you'll never feel the added 4kg of exn riding, it's better balanced, more range and worth every $$$ you spend for it ;)

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