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I drilled mine out as well initially, but afterward I was really curious about the pentagon screws and it became kind of a challenge to find a bit that works for them. Also, you can never have too many tools and who knows when I may need the bit again(which was actually this weekend).Mrp312 wrote: ↑Sun Aug 25, 2019 7:38 amJust drill then out.
I recently did this with a Spin snsc 2.0. Even the screws that hold handlebars on are an odd security shape (5 sided, looks like a house a kid draws.)
It took a bit but start with a small bit, drill as far as you can into center of bolt, and repeat with a larger bit (a bit just smaller than the bolt) and you will get it.
Dont go the BLDC method, for a scooter this nice its not worth it. Get a VESC and configure it with field oriented control and regenerative braking. Furthermore you can install a 3 dollar bluetooth module to connect to the free app which shows speed, range, current draw, voltage, load, etc. TBH it will perform better than a stock Max.
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