Russian blogger Mikhail Denisov made an appeal to King Song, which described the existing problems with the cases of new models. He encourages the community to join the appeal in order to draw the attention of the company to this problem.
Here you can like the appeal and add your message (Joining the group is upon request).
The aluminum alloy hook will be replaced free of charge with a stainless steel retainer, and the company also offers to undergo a one-time free test, during which all components of the device will be checked, including lighting, speed adjustment knob, brakes, dashboard, charging connector, tire pressure and bluetooth connection.
For more information, visit mi.com:
Reported high risk of fire batteries of these scooters. Owners of the above Speedway scooters, released from 2016 to spring 2018, must immediately stop their use and replace the battery due to the high risk of cell leakage and battery fire!
Minimotors reports that, since the summer of 2019, it has been issuing Safety Notices for Speedway scooters with an appeal to hand over batteries or scooters assembled at MM centers in Korea and receive compensation for property handed over, or receive discounts on new scooters. However, during this time only 10% of the scooters sold were commissioned, which continues to create a high risk of fire hazard.
The company asks you to forward this Notice to friends, owners of Speedway scooters, or about to purchase used Speedway scooters.
Note translator: Unfortunately, the program for replacing scooters Speedway 3, 4, ST, Mini 3, Mini 4 or payment of compensation applies only to buyers in Korea. Russian owners will have to rely on themselves.
It is recommended to take maximum measures for technical monitoring of the condition of the batteries of scooters Speedway 3, 4, ST, Mini 3, Mini 4, as well as take maximum fire safety measures when storing these scooters, use fire extinguishing equipment and do not store scooters at home.
Link to notification:
Canadian inventor Ben Gulak of BPG-Technologies has developed a motorcycle that uses gyroscopic technology to stand directly on two wheels located side by side. Weighing only 60 kg, the motorcycle develops a maximum speed of 40 kilometers per hour and has a battery life of 2.5 hours. And although the motorcycle was introduced for a long time, on the streets there is still a product with such a design is extremely rare.
The Pocket Rocket from Sol Motors in Germany is a great way to stand out from the crowd. However, an electric motorcycle with a unique design also accelerates faster than two-wheeled gasoline competitors, and weighs only 55 kg.
Two versions have been developed: the standard Pocket Rocket and the Rocket S version with a more powerful motor and without speed limit.
The first option is urban, and its maximum speed is 50 km / h. The rear wheel motor has a power of 4.5 kW.
This is a serious advantage compared to gas scooters, the power of which usually does not exceed 2.5 kW. Torque of 150 N * m.
The second, version “S” is even more powerful - a 6 kW engine and accelerates to 80 km / h.
Both versions have three modes: Eco, Sport and Wheelie. In the latter, removing restrictions on engine power, you are unlikely to drive more than 50 km on a single charge, and if you moderate your appetites, the range will increase to 80 km.
The long-awaited upgrade to the hugely popular GotWay MSuper X;
We at Gotway are just as excited as you! With its excellent performance and reliability, the MSuper has won everyone's love and respect.
It is now time to take the hugely popular MSuper to the next level!
We give you the MSuper Pro!
This time, Msuper Pro has a major upgrade!
1- 19 inch skid resistance Tire
2- Double T6 head light , Intelligent brightness
3- Super heat sink fan
4- 35w BT music
5- 2500w motor
6- 100v 1800wh 21700 battery
7- Lift up switch
Official sale date: March 1, 2020 !!!
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