Better Nosedive Warning
Coeurmasque last edited by Coeurmasque
I've never ridden it before or since.
Sorry for your pains but, and don't take this in the wrong way, this one sentence will sum up why you nosedived; there is no fix for what occurred other than you take the time to learn the board and respect it the way you should any other boardsport.
Aaron last edited by
+1 for an audible warning please - maybe adjustable via app.
I’ve put a few hundred street and trail miles on mine and thought I knew how to ride but just recently had my first nosedive going down a mild hill maybe 12mph 30% battery and it just launched me off onto asphalt without any pushback warning. I’ve gotten pushback before around 16mph but not even sure - maybe drop a notification on pushback so I know for sure it’s been triggered to learn what it feels like.
I guess leaning too far forward could have done it but didn’t seem like I was and there was no pushback warning - paranoid of this reoccurring as it was a painful crash gonna take months to really recover.
Afraid such a warning feature basically involves having testers try to crash maybe need an articulating crash dummy on a dynamo.
skyman88 last edited by
On an XR? 30% battery seems to be the threshold for performance decreasing on them.
I'd love to hear that audible beep while in the air...
readysetawesome last edited by readysetawesome
Pad up people. Without a nosedive warning this is your best bet.
I recently had my first overcurrent shutdown while navigating tree roots on a downhill trail. That is essentially an instantaneous condition - there is no way for the board to pre-warn because when too may amps of regen power hit, the board has to shut down to protect the batteries.
I didn't actually fall down but with pads everywhere I would have been good to go. No software testing required to verify pads are great: they can be the difference between just getting right back up and going to the hospital.
zapp last edited by
@readysetawesome I'm curious to hear about the overcharging shutdown with OW's because it seems actually like a quite common thing. Does going down a relatively big hill charger your OW up quickly? There's quite a steep hill about 200ft long near my house, and I use it to get to a bike trail. When I get my OW I don't want to go down the hill knowing that it could shut off depending on how close to 100% I am.
tomfoolery last edited by
@zapp I think I read somewhere that you should go up a hill a ways or find some other way to burn off some juice and to not hit a downhill with more than 95% charge.
Aaron last edited by
@skyman88 yes it’s an XR and it was the first time I had ridden it with battery lower than 45%
readysetawesome last edited by
@zapp I don't think overcurrent shutdown is common - and to be clear what I was describing "overcurrent" can happen no mattery what % your battery has remaining. It is different from "full battery shutdown" or pushback.
But to your question, going downhill can only regenerate, best case, maybe 10-15% of the power expended going up the same hill. If you live on a hill you can solve this by backtracking a little, it really doesn't take much. I live on a moderate hill and I never get the full battery pushback, my driveway has a short steep incline that helps me shave some voltage off before I go down the block and begin my descent.
juzzy last edited by
I would like to see a push notification if push back has been activated, like when wheel slip is detected. Can easily be added to the app good way for new riders to learn if they are hitting pushback and know the signs. could be switched on or off in the app as well.
ahmdiel last edited by
@dustingamble have you tried reaching top speed using this device? I nosedive once I hit 14.7mph.