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How to ? Ninebot miniPro autobalance with long bar

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Hi

Saw, this video....

Where is the trick? How to balance it this way with long bar ???:confused1:

Tried all the possible calibration by the app, but at last 1 year ago I gave up:facepalm:

Help ... :thumbup:

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It makes the number plate holder heavier, so the overweight of the handlebar is balanced.
He used lead foil.
https://miui-germany.de/forum/index.php?thread/9396-xiaomi-ninebot-mini-segway/&pageNo=48 Post958

I made the counterweight with a wood mold in lead.
https://miui-germany.de/forum/index.php?thread/9396-xiaomi-ninebot-mini-segway/&pageNo=44 Post877

 

Greetings Donald
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Thanks so much

 

So,  due here in Italy at now these segway aren't included in the street licence code and for this don't use to mount the number plate holder, I must find a way or something heavy to attach at the bottom rear to balance the bar...

Must project something,  better using the screws of the battery pack to fix it...:whistling:

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No way.... must give up....:crying:

Doing a test on my units, using 1kg salt packets, it results will need about 2,5kg to balance on my Black unit with a 1st series handle bar and , 3,5kg on my white unit with the new extensible handle bar....:facepalm:

Now... due I'm almost 95kg in weight:unsure:<_< adding so much weight isn't suggested due I'm near to overload the machines. ...:crying:

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20 hours ago, zugu said:

No way.... must give up....:crying:

Doing a test on my units, using 1kg salt packets, it results will need about 2,5kg to balance on my Black unit with a 1st series handle bar and , 3,5kg on my white unit with the new extensible handle bar....:facepalm:

Now... due I'm almost 95kg in weight:unsure:<_< adding so much weight isn't suggested due I'm near to overload the machines. ...:crying:

Looks like the solution is already there! You can be just as effective counterweight on your own! :P Just don't stop riding and don't get off the mini - that way it will stay balanced :)

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@Vik's

:D that's  what I do :thumbup:

Anyway,  when I dismount,  I must keep the bar or parking the bar against something to avoid the mini runs away forward. ..:whistling:

This way too, is impossible to use it as smartphone remote control function. ..:rolleyes:

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On 6/16/2017 at 5:59 AM, donaldduck8 said:

It makes the number plate holder heavier, so the overweight of the handlebar is balanced.
He used lead foil.
https://miui-germany.de/forum/index.php?thread/9396-xiaomi-ninebot-mini-segway/&pageNo=48 Post958

I made the counterweight with a wood mold in lead.
https://miui-germany.de/forum/index.php?thread/9396-xiaomi-ninebot-mini-segway/&pageNo=44 Post877

 

Greetings Donald

Donald...I just ordered a handlebar and am certain that I want the minipro to balance on its own. What do you think is the easiest solution for adding a counterweight?

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