It’s fixed by adding a small steel core to the rear PU sleeves; this gives them more stability and lessens the wear and tear.
G2T uses two 350 W motors instead of the 300 W motors the earlier boards use. Coupled with the higher quality battery, the G2T has about 20% more range compared to the old backfire skateboards. The other cool modification Backfire did is make the trucks wider; a wider wheel span gives you a more stable ride.
Despite popular criticism, the remote was okay. It wasn’t anything special, but it worked. The new improved remote with OLED display was made with the community’s feedback, and it’s fantastic. You can even link it up to some other boards, but most of the time the cruise control and the turbo boost option won’t work.
When we compare the ESCs, the G2S has a lot more voltage sag compared to the G2T. The new controller fixes this issue by closely controlling the current and the hub motors, providing a much more stable and smooth experience.
Not really a problem with the board, but in the beginning, Backfire customer service wasn’t the best, but they fixed that too. You’ll get trained, quick-to-reply service now that’ll take care of any problems while under warranty. In short, they’ve made everything better with the new version.