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Old 10-16-2020, 11:07 AM   #1
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Default 2 Batteries needed for Gen 1 Segway, Model #I167

Hello! I am in quick need of 2 Batteries for Gen 1 Segway, Model # I167, Lithium Ion 73.6 VDC (volts direct current).

I have two that are dead, and I've purchased a rebuild service but it is going to take longer than I can budget right now, so if anyone knows where I might be able to purchase full charged, please let me know!

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Old 10-23-2020, 10:11 PM   #2
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You can just buy them on eBay. But for two new ones youíre looking at $1500+.
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I didnít you could run lithium on the 167 I was told it was the 180 or newer in the gen1?


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The i167 originally only supported NiMH batteries.

The Segway factory offered a free software upgrade afterwards.
That fixed some bugs, and also supported the newer Li-ion batteries.

Most i167 machines were upgraded.

When upgraded there are 2 ways to identify it.

1
The dealer should have affixed a small FlyGuy logo sticker on the chassis.

2
The Power off, Power on face logo changed a bit.
I think it was called Elvis, because it had sideburns.

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