Zluz last edited by
I was working on my OW recently (adding stainless steel stripes to magnetically attach a fender, custom footpads, waterproofing) and I was concerned about an odd rattle when bouncing the board.
At first I thought it was something I may have done, but it was still there after stripping down the board to just the frame, wiring, and control box.
I removed the control box and could easily shake it and hear something loose inside.
I use my OW daily. It is also very useful during the day if I need to walk between buildings for work (it would otherwise be a long walk). I did not want to not have use of the board for a long period and I was concerned about something potentially being broken. I have also started playing around more aggressively (jumping, etc). I did not like the idea of not knowing what was going on.
So I sorta opened up the box a little kinda.
I found that there was a torrid core on the small wire bundle going to the front lights. This was bouncing against the plastic enclosure.
I applied some silicone adhesive and it secured it in place. (I just happened to have the stuff available; I was using it to form up the front food pad).
This seems to be working just fine, I am no longer concerned about it on my board.
Has anyone else experienced this?
I only noticed it recently and I wonder if maybe I knocked something loose going over the little jumps I've been practicing on.
Do other people who ride more aggressively run into similar concerns?
Is there a limit to how much abuse the board can reasonably take?
Zluz last edited by
Strips, not stripes. ..Can't type..
Specifically, 0.025" x 1/2" stainless steel strips inside the top of the aluminum frame.
LidPhones last edited by
Yep that emi filter rattle is normal for all current production OWs. I hear it when going over rough surfaces. I may wrap or bond it at some point in the future.
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