Essential modifications for Xiaomi M365. Starter kit includes:
- Rain cover for display
- Set of vibration dampers (0.4mm, 0.6mm, 0.8mm)
- Mudguard support
This kit would cost 23.97 GBP on myBESTscooter when combined separately (without shipping), while if purchased from other sellers on Ebay/Amazon you would pay around 35 GBP! :)
Free 1st Class delivery to the UK customers or 7.50 GBP for the rest of Europe and USA (sent by Royal Mail Standard).
3D printed in the UK. Premium Ninjatek Cheetah material was used (rubber feel, flexible)
Fits well and will help you to protect your Xiaomi M365 display during rain. Great for upcoming Autumn/Winter season.
Comes in Black colour. Scooter lights are visible through the cover. Rubber band included to keep it secure.
Please note that it's been printed on a glass surface so you have more 'mirror like' finish. See pictures for reference. The surface is subject to look a bit scratched, but its only due to printing process. Do not expect it to be shiny as its main purpose is to protect your scooters display.
Set of vibration dampers
Made from premium flexible rubber material. This set includes:
1 x 0.4mm vibration damper
1 x 0.6mm vibration damper
1 x 0.8mm vibration damper
This set will help to prevent any looseness in the folding stem.
3D printed in the UK. We use high quality PETG for this part as it is stronger than PLA and can hold a bit of flex and stress without breaking. Comes only in Black colour at the moment.
This bracket is essential for Xiaomi M365 scooter's fender if you would like to extend its life. The mudguard is known for cracking or breaking completely near 3 screws point.
The bracket will help to support the fender, but please keep taking good care while riding as its not made from metal. The part will also help to prevent wear & damage of the cable located under rear light.
1) Take out the rubber covers and take 3 screws out (on the mudguard part)
2) Slightly turn the mudguard left or right and you should be able to unplug the rear light's cable (white connector)
3) Remove the side covers
4) Try on the mudguard and see if its going to fit well. If it doesn't you can cut the sides a bit, but our model should fit easily
5) Undo rear light screws, put the bracket in a correct way and screw it in using the same screws. Insert the bracket and reinstall the side covers
6) Attach the light's cable
7) Screw back the mudguard again and replace the rubber covers.
Due to 3D printing process there might be some imperfections in the visual part of the item. PETG is known to produce tiny 'blobs' in some places, but we'll do our best to finish off the bracket after printing. Do not expect it to be shiny as its main purpose is to protect your scooters fender/mudguard. Use pictures as a reference, some slight variations on the model can be expected as mentioned before.
Use of rain cover model approved by author Piotr Jeżyński. Thingverse model 2769814.