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Nice video… It’s really depressing seeing all these fires .. I’ve been trying to save up for almost a year to buy one it would be devastating to have such an expensive loss.i keep holding off getting one and it seems the prices keep going up and quality is not 🙁

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Thanks. You can try to get a deal on a lightly used wheel too that are in the Private Sales section of this forum. The first wheel I got in 2015 only cost me $600 on a new Fastwheel Eva Pro with max speed 12 mph. 😂 

I have seen some tempting used wheels on this forum and the FB EUC Marketplace. The Nikola 100V which is what I have is the best bang for the buck wheel. For around $2,000 you get a fast, powerful wheel that has been improved upon in almost 3 years it has been out. 

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Yeah I used to ride a Yamaha r6 until I  had multiple back surgeries .so im looking for a new fun hobby since I had to sell off my motorcycle to pay my medical bills .im definitely gunna want something like an exn or a Sherman .I’ve always had the need for speed and I don’t want to regret not getting a wheel that doesn’t have enough power and speed and range 

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25 minutes ago, Dosingpsychedelics said:

Yeah I used to ride a Yamaha r6 until I  had multiple back surgeries .so im looking for a new fun hobby since I had to sell off my motorcycle to pay my medical bills .im definitely gunna want something like an exn or a Sherman .I’ve always had the need for speed and I don’t want to regret not getting a wheel that doesn’t have enough power and speed and range 

On a maybe 20 to 30 minutes demo ride on an R6, my neck was hurting by the time I got back. It has brutal ergos. It was worse than on an '82 Katana, or 2nd gen. GSX-R 750.

At least for me, I find that I don't need as much acceleration nor speed to enjoy my ride on an euc as compared to a motorcycle.

The thing is, it can take time to learn to ride a new wheel well. And until you have reached a certain threshold, you may not enjoy it as much.

Those big heavy and powerful, but less agile wheels, can take a while to adapt to. 

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