Cute dog and "Oz - E is how i would pronounce it too...
Here is our 9 month old mutt! Yet to pass the run alongside a one wheel test. Actually when people ask about our lovely choclate Lab, we refer to him more of a Meth Lab.
@Vapco forgot mileage. Mines been similar to the Vega. Got 2,500km from the vega, I'm just over 2,000km on the Hoosier so far.
Just ordered 2 more Hoosiers from craftnride. Shipping is a killer for us internationals. Each to their own, I'm happy with the Non-FF Hoosier 6.
@Vapco the Hoosier (and Burris) has:
Softer side walls, so it feels less square edged. So when you do tight turns it doesn't feel like its about to tip over as the vega does.
Weighs less - lighter, better acceleration (not massive difference).
Softer rubber compound - less noise, doesn't pick up small rocks as easy.
Rounder shape - turns better, less effort, smoother carving.
Slightly narrower - next level balancing skills required. Time to take off the training wheels.
Pretty much all non-Vega tires offer these improvements. For ref I ride with 25PSI and weigh 170lbs. Higher pressure gives sharper acceleration and gives you more margin to nose dives with less tire/road friction.
@stinkyface The tire pressure is right around 20 PSI, which I think it the correct PSI right?
Yep, not yout tire pressure. Got any riding buds who can swap rides to compare?
@stinkyface the last reading of 0.04 look odd..
Yep. All the Apps allow for 16 cells. Which is whats in the plus and v1. The XR and pint cells are a different chemistry and have a higher nominal voltage, so there are only 15 cells. So the App basically reads zero for the non-existent 16th cell for an XR. All normal.
@blkwalnutgrwr need to rensme this thread "Botany Wheel". 😉