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This is not a problem, it is a feature.

Rockwheel implemented a slight "tilting back" as you reach max speed (outside of the real tiltback) to combat the pedal dipping other maker wheels experience, especially when turning.

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Yes.

The real, actual tiltback will be noticeably sharper.

Also, it's not recommended to go above 45 km/h for average weight riders and 40 km/h for heavier riders on the 84V GT16 at 100% battery (speed considerations should be reduced as the battery depletes).

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On 8/22/2017 at 5:28 AM, houseofjob said:

Yes.

The real, actual tiltback will be noticeably sharper.

Also, it's not recommended to go above 45 km/h for average weight riders and 40 km/h for heavier riders on the 84V GT16 at 100% battery (speed considerations should be reduced as the battery depletes).

45..... what is the point of them claiming faster speeds ;)

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On 2017-08-24 at 1:10 AM, yourtoys7 said:

45..... what is the point of them claiming faster speeds ;)

All speeds for all makes of EUC are given for a rider on a good flat road weighing somewhere between 70-75kg. That's just how it is. If you weigh more or the road is less than perfect, you have to adjust the max speed downward.

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