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Can I put wider tires on my scooter?

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Can I put wider tires on my scooter? Sorry, but you can’t. The tires and wheels that your scooter comes equipped with are not changeable. Most transportable scooters have solid tires made from a long-lasting plastic material called TPU.

Is a bigger wheel better on a scooter? Larger wheels are good for performance (faster) and comfort (less vibrations) but make the scooter less convenient to lug around. Smaller wheels are good for convenience (portable) but score lower on performance (slower) and comfort (more vibrations).

How fast do 500 watt scooters go? Motor Design. A 500-watt electric scooter has a top speed of 16 mph to 20 mph with an average speed of 18 mph.

Are Bigger wheels better on a motorbike? Motorbikes go faster, so air resistance is more important and bigger wheels have more of it. Motorbikes have much more power available, and go faster, so suspension is both easier to carry and more necessary. There are more considerations than just bumps, though. Yes, bigger wheels handle bumps better than small ones.

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Why do scooters have smaller rear wheel?

The wheel size at the front and rear end differs from one another and this is done for better drivability and handling of the scooter. Usually, the front wheel is larger than the rear wheel because smaller rear wheel means better acceleration and larger front wheel means better handling.

Can you put bigger wheels on an electric scooter?

Yes, it is possible. However, it is not the standard in the e-scooter market and will be more common in bikes and motorcycles. In such a case, the rear tyre is always smaller and wider, while the front remains larger and narrower.

How fast is a 1000W e scooter?

A 1000W motor will propel you at speeds of up to 50 miles an hour. Some scooters reach speeds of up to 80mph. They have really big motors (4000W and above) and they are expensive.

What is the best wheel size for a scooter?

110mm wheels are the most common pro scooter wheels on the market. They offer the most advantages for most riders across all styles and disciplines. Advantages: Higher clearance than 100mm.

Why are scooter wheels so small?

Small wheels incredibly help in quick steering but be cautious of how you handle the scooter when at a higher speed because these wheels may not be able to handle a lot of acceleration. You enjoy a much smoother ride with smaller wheels than big ones in a scooter.

How can I make my Widewheel pro faster?

Where are Apollo scooters made?

All vehicles are designed, developed, and tested at the HQ in Montreal, Canada. Apollo continues to rely on internal and external quality control systems to ensure the highest level of build quality in all of its vehicles, including a 5,000KM roll test for every new vehicle.

What do bigger wheels do on scooter?

The larger the wheel the larger an object it can roll over without ill effect. Larger wheeled scooters also seem to have a bit more ground clearance for cornering and a slightly larger contact patch on the road (Although some small wheels have obscenely wide tyres like the Yamaha Bee Wizz and PGO T-Rex).

Can you put 110mm wheels on a 100mm scooter?

Most scooters today are compatible with 100mm and 110mm wheels, and more and more are being produced with 120mm+ compatibility.

Does scooter wheel size matter?

It’s an important part of your scooter to get right. Buy the wrong size and they won’t be compatible with your setup, but get the right size and you’ll have a smooth, safe and fun riding experience.

How much is a wide wheel pro scooter?

$1,299. Fluid FreeRide Horizon Review: 26 Mi Range Commuter

ModelTop Speed**Price
Mercane WideWheel Pro26.7 mph$1,299
EMOVE Cruiser30.5 mph$1,499
Kaabo Skywalker 10S32.0 mph$1,150
Fluid Freeride Horizon (13 Ah)24.0 mph$849
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Matthew Johnson