Introduction: The Remote Car That Can Go Enywhere

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This is a car that can go anywhere you want to it water,land and many more places!!
to make this car the things that you will need are:-
1.a old car that has it motor of rear wheels and front turning motor
2.you need 2 of 9volt batteries
3.2 or 1 meter wire,that could be any wire bell wire,etc.
4.1 switch or 2 for the front wheels.
5.tou can use sholdering iron but if you dont you can use electric tape

Step 1: Step 1

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In this picture you can see the rear part that is the rear motor that runs.
If you see in the old car that you are using for the car you will have a motor,
with that your car runs.

Step 2: Step 3

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In this you can see the front that turns your car right and left.
It is too hard to joint and old car so don't try to break.
and don't forget to take all the crust out from the car so that it does not look bad.
And don't forget to make the front turning wires cause you have to hold it in your hand.
You can use the steering in manual or automatic.
in automatic you need a battry.To take the turn in your car manualy u just turn the battrries positive and nagative to take turns.
For manul just turn your hand right and left.

Step 3: Step 3

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Now you end up to this a flat model without any body in this you have to take the wires out from the body of the car. EXAMPLE:- from the place of the clutch from the bettwen or make hole out of the body from somewhere.

Step 4: Step 4

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In this picture you are able to see the battery and the switch.
For the connection or crust the two wires are coming out from the bottom where the motors are first take one wire and attach it to the switch and cut a wire and attach it to the other end of the switch and attach it to the battry and you will be left will one wire and attach it to the battery.

Step 5: Step 6

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there we go just attach the body and fix the screw and just paint or sketch on it.

Step 6: The Last Step

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here is your own newly build car for the extrem drivers just test it in the water if it does not work then just send an email at johann_tailor23@yahoo.com dont type this in capital letters.i m 11 years boy!!!!

Comments

kenglish (author)2011-10-21

acksheep13, Layoff....the kids 11

RetroPlayer (author)2010-11-21

It works in water because there are no actual electronics, just motors and a battery. And it is not a shock hazard, because the voltages are just way too low. However, not sealing your motors, batteries, and wire will eventually cause the system to fail from corrosion. Especially, the motors. You are drying out all the lubricant from the motors by running them in water.

Putting DC motors under water is an old trick, actually. When you buy a high powered RC motor, for example, it is a good idea to connect it to a battery and run it in a cup of water to clean all the junk out of it. Then you run it in a cup of light oil to relube it. Not relubing it will cause all kinds of trouble in the motor eventually.

The only thing in this project that could be a safety hazard is the battery. Water and the chemicals inside the battery can cause all kinds of reactions. Lithium and water can cause huge explosions.

aliyevzaur1989 (author)2009-10-04

How can it go in or on the water? P.S. sorry for my bad english

TSC (author)aliyevzaur19892010-04-17

It just does i made  one like this and it drives in are bathtup  with water in it with no   problem!!!

zack247 (author)TSC2010-09-12

i think it might be because its so light. it very well could be buoyant enough to float on water.

TSC (author)zack2472010-09-12

Hmm!

jules15 (author)2010-04-30

I bet it can't go to the center of the universe!!

TSC (author)2010-04-17

Nice sweet!!!!!!!!

acksheep13 (author)2009-07-16

i don't think you have any education with electronics and safety since both of your current instructables lead to shocking hazards sorry to be rude but please try to think about safety first

vinit_johann (author)acksheep132009-07-17

thank you for telling me that and I will do my best in my next Instructable and try to do better than that

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