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rc car

by alb, published

rc car by alb Oct 16, 2012
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Summary

RRC1 - RepRap Car 1
This is a reprapped 1/18 scale rc pan car. It fits HPI rs4 micro and xray tyres.

See it in action: http://youtu.be/90yeqilF6bs

Instructions

Non-reprapped parts (incomplete):

  • standard servo
  • xray motor pinion
  • 45 theet gear (found by conrad.ch)
  • brushless motor and ESC (I used 1/18 combo by HobbyKing)
  • 1300 mAh LiPo (HK)
  • 4mm steel bar for rear and front wheels axles
  • 8 x Ball and roller link (3.9x2x16mm by HK)

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Very cool car, Alb :-)

You also might want to change the default pic to be the photo, not the render, so people can see it's a 'real thing', if you know what I mean.

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