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PD: I have read the whole page and it is an excellent subject from which I am learning a lot about this I-walk scooter.
Thanks in advance.
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firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: ↑Mon Nov 18, 2019 5:49 amI have fully converted 2 of them and I am very good at it. All is needed is a bldc e bike speed controller with or without a lcd display. I used a 250W controller on both of the units I've converted from the -S to the -M and both was significantly faster than any of the ones that still remain as rentals. Im in West LA and I would be more than willing to help anyone get any e bike or e scooter up and running for just a few bucks or preferably for a speed controller. I am dam near close to being a dam near expert when it comes to anything E-with wheels. I've completely dismantled or (finished the disassembly) of hundreds of E-Scooters and bikes, both rental versions (one's that used to be a rental versions prior to me getting my hands on it of course) and even retal off the shelf units like to the ninebot es series. So many to the extent, I know every single wire color and every single bolt size and count by memory. I've worked on e scooters across CA,AZ,TX and Fl. It all started with the M365. Now I do of course ask, that what ever scoot or bike that you may possess, should of course been obtained by you in a legal manner (how ever the fucker ended up in your yard/ camp, driveway/pathway is not important to me in anyway nor is it any of my business), It shall be your scooter that you purchased and or obtained in a legal manner and that's all I need to know end of story. Now just let me find one dismantled and left in a dangerous manner along side of what ever road, or inside of some dumpster as electronic e waste and I'm sure to take it home.
Anyways, I would for sure like to help anyone get any bird,Lyft,jump lime,blue duck,spin,bolt and even the Wheels bike up and running. Old or new let's get shit going. I'll be working on uploading verious pictorial tear downs on several different models soon.
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