OpenRC 1:10 4WD Touring Concept RC Car
by barspin, published
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This i were it started, here´s my first go at creating a printable rc car which later resulted in the OpenRC Truggy car.
I learned alot from this car and so it´s a little bit different. It´s has belt drive and is built on a aluminum plate so it´s not as "printable" as it´s successor (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:42198).
If you like build one of your own, the belts are from an Xray car (don´t remember the model) and bought at Amainhobbies.com, driveshafts are from Conrad.com.
If somebody would like to build one let me know and i will post some more info!
Here´s a short testdrive video: http://youtu.be/HpFrq0iMeAE
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