Larryyla Posted June 20, 2017 Share Posted June 20, 2017 (edited) Hi everyone. Thanks in advance for any feedback. I learned to ride just last year on a friends cheap generic and it dumped me a couple times due to the battery cutting out. So when I bought my first wheel a month ago I got a Kingsong (Artwheel) AW14 with the 174wh battery, yes I can hear you booing but it's working out fine for now. At $380 it was a no brainer and I figure it will be a good beginners wheel. Another reason I chose it was for the swappable battery pack (why don't they all have this?) and I'm thinking that I can get a more powerful battery but from where? The seller I bought from only has more 174wh batts. I do like the idea of charging one batt while riding on another or swapping after running one down on a long ride. The BT speakers and the head and tail lights help as I do ride at night. So why is it called “Artwheel”? It is obviously a Kingsong 14b. It has the 500w motor. It says Kingsong on it and came in a Kingsong box with a Kingsong manual. I now have over 100 kms on it and thanks to ESAJ's post I have it unlocked and have disabled the class 1 and 2 alarms, raised the class3 alarm to 29 of 40 (it won't go higher) but the “Ollie” speed (I'm guessing that's tiltback) won't go up at all. It stays on the 20 of 40 setting as it was and tiltback does occur at 20km/hr. The seller advertised it as a 15mph (24.14 kmh) wheel. Do any of you know what top speed I can realistically expect from this wheel? I have also noticed something strange about this wheel. When I turn, the footrests tip forward a little but then return to level after the turn. Is this normal? Edited June 20, 2017 by Larryyla 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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