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My 9 yr old son built this air rocket launcher using a 2 litter plastic bottle, sprinkler system parts, and a remote control assembly from an old hov...
Parts include Bicycle foot pump, hose from washing machine, tire valve, 5 1/2 hose clamps, Male quick release for garden hose, 4 " of 3/4 in rubber h...
The bicycle pump connects to the soda bottle via tire valve connected to a standard Y hose adapter fitted to the soda bottle. The bottle is pumped up...
This part consists of a tire valve purchased from an automotive shop, two 1/2in hose clamps, 3" of approx 3/4" rubber hose. It came off an old pool ...
Tire valve assembly screws onto the Y. The end of the Y that goes into the bottle has a male quick release screwed into that. On the male side, a ...
The remote control air valve is powered by two nine volt batteries. Another male quick release is inserted into a rubber hose, held in place with a ...
My son pulled the remote unit out of an old hovercraft. Its pretty simple in that it only allows power to go to fans. He figured out how to connect ...
When not shooting off rockets, he shoves an acorn into the end of the hose and shoots it across the cul-de-sac. He also connects a rubber hose to ...
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