I've attached a few pictures below.
I've tried two methods:
12v/10Ah (120Wh) LifePo4 battery + 300Watt power inverter + Onewheel supercharger
Total Weight (including Onewheel charger): 5lbs, 8oz
Results: Charge Onewheel 65% in 30min
12v/10Ah (120Wh) LifePo4 battery + 58v up-converter
Total Weight (no Onewheel charger needed): 3lbs, 15oz
Results: Charge Onewheel 72% in 90min
Needless to say, I'm disappointed with my results using setup #2 (basically the setup described in this thread) both in terms of the minimal charge improvement over the 120v inverter method but also/mostly in terms of the 90min charge time.
The thing I don't understand (which is probably why the charge time was so long) is that I programmed the up-converter to deliver 58v and 3.5a but it only actually was delivering at 1.1a. Did I do something wrong? Do I need a different kind of battery? Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Might be the solar controller.
Anyone tried this method.. swapping out the capacitors to improve the performance: https://youtu.be/LdunO-nFrGU
@Rado thanks that's a good tip as well. Yes, I've been riding with a wide stance with both feet at the far end of the board. So, something else for me to change. Leg is feeling pretty good today, I may try hoping on the board again as early as tomorrow and experiment with these changes in stance, weight distribution, etc. (at low speed)
Going back to riding my V1 since sending my plus in for repair has led to so many nose dives lately from pushing the motor to it's limits.. it's like once you get a taste of that faster speed and smoother acceleration on the plus your gonna push the V1 just as hard without realizing.. thankfully I have been able to ride all of em out .. takes some adjustments for sure.
This forum sucks for uploading photos but I like the idea I will try this because I take the onewheels everywhere and they slide around in the back sometimes dining up the back the car, might even be able to strap a 5 gallon bucket to the back of a motorcycle and transport it that way... puts it on the back of a 1300cc Suzuki hayabusa, titles video going 190mph with a onewheel.
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