Ferrari 458 Balloon Power

by Gromfrog, published

Ferrari 458 Balloon Power by Gromfrog Feb 6, 2013
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We love the balloon racers/cars that we have seen here on thingiverse and we wanted to create something different. Well we designed a ferrari 458 Balloon racer. But rather than having just 1 outlet we have all three just like on a real 458.



Print with low infill and raft for body and the wheels you should just a higher infill to make them stronger. The wheels go theough the body and should be a tight fit when pushing them together within the body but they should be free moving when inserted.

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It's a grt toy printed it in red color and found few flaws, so not sure if it's my printer (UP Plus). I noticed that the hole on top of the car wasn't letting air out so not sure how that works, tires spokes were thin it could break easily also the axles were also think to and it broke so had to print 2 sets of new tires. Over all I liked the design but wanted to understand how the balloon air works on this car? thanks for all the effort.

We are going to be working on more balloon powered supercars over the next couple of weeks and we will be improving the wheel design so they don't move side to side.

Ryan King
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Nice one. I like your axle and wheel solution. elegant.