Introduction: R/C Buggy

Hello friends, today I am going to show you how to make a cheap rc buggy and have fun.

Before taking about the project, I would like share some views with you people. This was one of the five projects that I made last year. But out of those five, this proved to be the strongest. As I had used a ready-made chassis, it took me just an hour to fully complete it. Till today it works just fine and I don't need to do any tunings every time. It has a better acceleration than the other ones. Hope u all enjoy it. I'll also provide a link to check out it's working video on YouTube at the end.

Step 1:

Requirements:

1.A 49,40 or 27 MHz rc transmitter and receiver

2.A cheap rc car

3. Wheels of an old toy stunt car

4. Super glue

5. Scissors

Step 2:

Procedure:

1. First of all I took off the body of the rc car and checked if all the components were in the right place or not.

2. Then I replaced the original wheels of the car with the bigger stunt car wheels that were perfect for off roading.

3. Then I changed the transmitter and receiver of the car with the new 40 MHz ones, as they were of 27 MHz.

4. Then I soldered all the wires to the motors and I was good to go.

5. Then I put the batteries in the car and tested it. It worked perfectly.

6. Also, the super glue that I have mentioned is only used to hold all things together.

Please check out it's working video on YouTube

Link:. https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCR1_4_D5XiEzaetXl_f...

Thank u guys.

Comments

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Swansong (author)2017-03-10

That looks neat :) Did you take any progress photos while you were putting it together?

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Asu King (author)Swansong2017-03-10

Actually not, I've the photo of the
Finished product. And thanks for the comment.

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Asu King (author)2017-03-10

It's awesome

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