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#11406
Bujijifc wrote:
Wed Jun 05, 2019 2:42 pm
I have been doing this for over 1 year now and this is the best glitch BTW the more battery your scooter has the more speed you Get if IT is 100 %
then you can reach a speed of 38 km/h in flat road but when your battery drains then your top speed drains too but dont share this to anyone cause then they will try and fix it To view images REGISTER or LOGIN for full access.
Wow, that is crazy fast on a scooter! Which company’s scooters did you use to go 24 mph (38 kph)?
#11407
I'd be cautious about doing this on your personal scooter for the same reasons they say not to go up a hill with more than 15 degrees of angle.

You're stopping it from moving, so it thinks it's going up a hill so it's sending a shitload of power to the motor.

Constantly doing this would have a high likelyhood of burning out the wires / motor.



Outside of that issue - the issue with it trying to speed limit the device is also "sue the shit out of them" worthy.

You're on scoot scoot, and you're about to go down a pretty steep hill. So as you start to go down you accelerate real quick. The second the scooter hits 30kmph it's going to hit the brakes, HARD because of how quickly you're accelerating in it's attempt to speed limit you to 30kmph.

That would send one flying off the scooter. And perhaps cause quite serious injuries or death.

Yet this has been the current firmware for over a month now like they give no shits about rider safety?
#11409
Works on any company es3 GOT to 38 but es4 marked 35 but the battery has to be 100 % if you want to reach that speed if the battery is bellow 98 IT wont go 38 IT will go 37 and if IT is bellow 90 IT goes 33 km/h and if IT is bellow 20 IT goes 28 km/h i USE voi and zvipp and tier i tryed this on my freinds personal scooter and the same glitch works IT has to do somthing with motor so this might not be patchable and i dont know why es3 has higer speed but if you do this on es1 or es2 then it will only go 30 but after 60 sec the Hole scooter will shutdown i think its because of the battery overheating or somthing or it dosent have the power to keep IT self running at that speed but that only happens on es1 and es2 because they dont have extra battery but on es3 and es4 IT should work fine and IT wont shutdown cause IT GOT power from the extra battery and i prefer es3 cause faster speed when doing the glitch To view images REGISTER or LOGIN for full access.
#11413
@Curr these companies say they care about rider safety and honestly I think they do. The issue to me is they are in way over their head. In an attempt to be the first to market they’ve all trusted a manufacturer to provide a quality product. They lack the foresite to test the product before releasing it.

One of the few companies who are doing it right is Lime. They designed there own scooters and not relying on a manufacturer to do quality testing.
#11415
druinthor wrote:
Wed Jun 05, 2019 8:38 pm
@Bujijifc How do you tell the difference between a ES3 and ES4?
The easiest way to tell the difference between an ES3 and ES4 is the rear light. The ES4 has a rear light and ES3 doesn’t. They both have the external battery on the neck.

Left: ES3 Right: ES4
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#11433
Last night I captured an ES4 as a Bird Charger with plans of testing this. I was able to get the scooter up to 20 mph but no faster on a flat surface. Tried again on a slight downhill and was able to get it up to 22 mph with the battery level at 90%.

Bird limits their scooters to 5 mph once they are captured by a Bird Charger. This glitch completely overrides the charger speed limit.

The scariest part is when you let up off the throttle. The scooter continues to travel at its top speed and the regenerative breaks did not work to slow it down. It was very noticeable during my slight downhill high speed run, not as much on the flat surface.

Here's a screen shot from an app I downloaded to track my speed.
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#11440
guisar wrote:
Thu Jun 06, 2019 8:23 am
Last night I captured an ES4 as a Bird Charger with plans of testing this. I was able to get the scooter up to 20 mph but no faster on a flat surface. Tried again on a slight downhill and was able to get it up to 22 mph with the battery level at 90%.

Bird limits their scooters to 5 mph once they are captured by a Bird Charger. This glitch completely overrides the charger speed limit.

The scariest part is when you let up off the throttle. The scooter continues to travel at its top speed and the regenerative breaks did not work to slow it down. It was very noticeable during my slight downhill high speed run, not as much on the flat surface.

Here's a screen shot from an app I downloaded to track my speed.
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Well AS i said earlier es4 only goes 22 mph but es3 for some Odd reason goes 24.6 mph Even if its slightly uphill IT will achive that speed but you need to have atleast over 95% charge to Get to that speed and IT need to be in a good warm day if IT is cold then IT wont Even Get to 20 mph
I would show a proof that IT can go 24,6 mph in flat road but you know i dont have a gopro or somthing like that so IT would be very sketcy trying to only USE one hand while riding 24.6 mph on a es3 To view images REGISTER or LOGIN for full access.

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