@iiikz "Deceptively easy" is a good way to describe it. People initially think just balancing on it will be the hardest part. Then when they find they can do it with minimal effort, they suddenly think they have it nailed. That's when things can quickly go wrong.
@ctsiaki sounds to me like you just need a little practice dismounting, or maybe there's an alternate technique you might like better. I posted this in another thread: For whatever reason I've never been comfortable lifting the heel, not sure why. For me it feels much more natural to get the front of my foot over the front edge and then lift up. Made a little video for some other riders who were asking about it: https://youtu.be/Nc9EGL1mWeM
These are in the works my man!!! Along with bigger stuff down the line. I love the idea because it's something that progresses the sport of riding and will get people messing around with parking blocks and doing more ledge drops without worry about hurting the underside of the board.
@OffRoadOW I think my temperatures are normal considering my weight and typical riding conditions, my main concern is the way my battery percentage plummets when the controller/motor heat starts to get in the 105 - 125+ range. My hypothesis is that, if I can slow down this heat build up, I can extend my battery life and mileage.
I did a little research into cooling electronics with fluid and came across This, so I purchased some di-electric gel on Amazon.
The plan is to spin the tire freely, and check the three temp readings, and measure the surface temp of the tire once every minute. I'll probably do this until the battery or controller reach 120 degrees. Then put some dielectric gel inside the tire (will mix it with tire slime to get the right consistency) and run the tests again. This will only affect the motor temp, but I have a different plan for cooling the controller...
I should be done with my testing by this Friday, Sunday at the latest
@slydogstroh I agree #29 is definitely complicated. You can buy a shit-ton of big-ticket items at Best Buy, all made by different companies. Refrigerators, washers and dryers, TVs, stereos, etc. Doesn't mean they should be expected to service all of them. It's Best Buy, not Best Fix.
@enjoi408 My current inverter is rated for 2000 watts continuous. The Onewheel charging brick draws just under 300 watts. My original inverter was 600 watts and I could charge two boards at the same time. Charge time is the same as if you plugged into the wall outlet.
Go Ashewheeler, nice work...for a long time allready..!!:)...I really like the wooden decks beCause they link back to skateboard designs and my childhood..I owned some clones which had plastic all over...but like in cars plastics usualy give a cheap feel...I think the OW with the brushed blue aluminium and maple layered decks looks like a real quality product out of the boardsport world
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