esaj Posted August 13, 2015 Share Posted August 13, 2015 I took a try at building a table of different wheel specs, based on some info from the forums and a spread sheet sent to me by @SirGeraint. It's nowhere near complete, missing several manufacturers & wheels, and some of the data is missing or might be wrong. Also, I'll have to see if I can get it to format nicer here in the forums, as it doesn't seem to keep the alternating colors between rows and the column width... Another option might be to host it somewhere else or make it downloadable as CSV or LibreOffice/OpenOffice-file or something... Columns: Brand - Manufacturer nameModel - Wheel model name + possible alternativesWheel size - Size of tire in inches, 2* for twin-wheeledMotor rated/max - Rated and maximum power of the motorBattery options - Battery sizes availableMax speed - Maximum speed the wheel can achieve (might not be as high for heavy riders or going uphill), WARNING: If the sheet mentions High speed cut-out for the wheel, it can shutdown under you at this speed!Weight - Weight of the entire wheel, given as range if there are many battery options (more batteries = more weight)Speed tiltback - Does the wheel start to tilt-back at higher speedsBMS cut-out - Does the wheel suffer from BMS cut-outs (check Terms in another thread)High speed cut-out - Does the motor turn off when hitting max speedApp - Does the wheel have a smartphone app (NOTE: Some wheels might only have an app for Android, but not for others, etc, check if your phone's supported from manufacturer site or whatever...)Shelltype - General type of the shell, "Box" means "old-school" boxy/angular shell, "Round, slim" is a Ninebot / Firewheel type shell, "Round, wide" is a F-Wheel Dolphin One type shell (at least it looks wider in pictures compared to 9bot/FW ) and "Oval, slim" is the Fastwheel Eva-type shellLights - Does the wheel have lights, whereRide modes - Does the wheel have more than one ride-mode (ie. "hard" and "soft" or multiple choices)Extra notes - Anything special regarding the wheel The new forum version seems to destroy the table formatting entirely (and fixing it isn't easy, as my browser slows to a crawl trying to edit it), so I'll just add the file here: wheel-specs.ods Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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