Homeade Jet Pack

Introduction: Homeade Jet Pack

About: I'm an awesome kid who likes star wars and legos!!! (oh yeah and taking electronics apart and messing with them!!!!!)Star Trek is epic! (Above, me as a Borg drone)

I'm going to tell you how to make a Jet Pack to go with Boba Fett Bounty Hunter Costume so listen up and let's do this!!!
P.P.S. Sorry if the pics are bad. I tried my best. 

Step 1: What You Need.....

Here Is what you need.....
1. A rectangular prisim box with no top
2. 2 yrds. of yarn/string/twine
3. A fuel tank and boosters from space shuttle set
4. scotch clear tape
5. scissors

Step 2: Let's Get Started.......

So now you cut holes big enough to put string in at the ends of the long sides of the box AND get two 1 yard pieces of string.

Step 3: Now Let's End the Main Part..........

Now we are almost done with the main part.....
1. Tie the yarn EQUALLY on both sides after you have put them through the holes from the inside out.

Step 4: Now Let's Begin/End the Fun Part........

Now we get to the fun.........
1. Tape the fuel tank to the BACK(outside) of the box
2. now tape the boosters beside the fuel tank

Step 5: YOUR NOW DONE!!!!

NOW YOUR DONE!!!!!!!!!!!!! Now your ready to demand bounty!!! 

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    5 Discussions


    7 years ago on Introduction

    Wouldn't it need a coat of paint before you wear it?


    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    I pesonally don't think so AND I don't have paint, but thanks for the suggestion!!!


    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    I just think it would help avoid questions like "Dude, why are you wearing a roll of Scotch tape on your back?"


    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    That's not clear from the text *or* the photos. You even have it in the introduction photo, which is supposed to be of the finished object.

    I suggest you take a few extra photos, and edit the text a bit.