Does anybody know when the delirium update for android is coming out?
Posts made by Corlux
RE: Pushback on the OW+ / Safety Limits / Top Speeds
Thank you! That is positive confirmation that there should be pushback around 16 mph. Anybody else?
My ship date was April 15. Order number 784X.
My friends ship date was 28 June. Order number 1113X.
Pushback on the OW+ / Safety Limits / Top Speeds
I get pushback at 16 mph on my OW+ in mission, it can be hard to push past this. But I can occasionally, and my max speed is about 20 mph. To me this seems like a safety feature, i'm not complaining.
My friend just got a new Onewheel +. We were both cruising together and we discovered that his board is much faster than mine. He does not get pushback at 16 MPH in mission.
I tried his board to confirm this and indeedy, I can cruise at 19 mph with no pushback on mission. I was nervous to go any faster--and very surprised.
We were playing around and he was trying to see how far he could push his board when all of a sudden he nose-dived. I was watching the whole thing. The motor just cut out and he landed hard on his forearms. He must have been going 20 MPH.
I was watching his fall, and of course, we aren’t’ going to try to duplicate that. Maybe he pushed the board too hard or something, but his board wasn’t pushing back at all. I can double/triple confirm his board is significantly faster. So, there is that very definitive difference between the boards.
And both have firmware 4001.
My questions for you guys are:
- Have you ever experienced anything like this? Have you tried another OW+ besides your own and had it push back differently, for the same digital shaping?
- What speed do you get push back, on your OW+, in mission?
Thanks guys! Looking forward to your responses.
Range on the V1 vs the V2?
Just wondering what everyone is getting on their V2. I typically get the low end of the range, 5- 6 miles. On mission and Cruz, which is weird because Cruz is slower. I get 6 miles after a full discharge and balancing, typically I get 5 miles. Or just under (4.8 or 4.9 miles).
RE: Almost destroyed my elbow and my neighbor's car, wtf?
@Wrex You say it's quite simple, but are you an engineer? Is it a physical leash? A wireless leash? How do you ensure it works every time? How do you ensure it doesn't work when it isn't supposed to. Imagine a wireless leash that is triggered from EM interference. And you're going 20 MPH and you RELY on your one wheel. This is not a boosted board. I always see guys making demands of engineers, like they think they can give them the sky just by waving their hands. Not the case with a leash.