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Did you use this instructable in your classroom? Add a Teacher Note to share how you incorporated it into your lesson. The following set of instructions show the revolutionary steering system I developed.
I discovered the basic principle design back when I was 13 lol. The construction is simpler than it looks. Just follow them through carefully. Good luck and enjoy :. This is the central part of the model, which will contain the steering wheel and seats, as well as providing the necessary structural support for the front and back wheel modules. The next step is to build the interior components such as the dashboard, steering wheel, and inclinable seats.
This module might be a little tricky to build, so I will do my best to illustrate the construction. This is probably the hardest stage to follow, because pieces are going to be bending at all sorts of angles and there are about 14 connection that you have to make to fit it to the main body.
However this is the part that strengthens the entire front of the model together as well as gives it that dynamic look. Once you have completed this stage you can pretty much put the tires on and give it a test ride. The following stage will add the back cover including the fins. This will complete the chasis and framework. After this, you can put the tires on and give it a drive.
However the tires are slightly modified so it is important that you look at the next step. I don't have enough 90 degree red connectors for the 2nd part of the back well module will I be able to replace them with green connectors?
It's a nice car, and I built it a while ago, but it had trouble with the tires. They wouldn't fit. If you could make another one that performs better, that would be awesome.
Reply 6 years ago on Introduction. Reply 8 years ago on Introduction. I have made brakes and much more mods for this car! Very wise steering module, much more solid than the one i had made! I will make my own car though, considering I wouldn't have enough K'nex to complete this supercar..
I want to make a convertible, with a retractable top. Introduction: Knex Supercar Instructions. By Imperar Follow. More by the author:. This instruction set shows how to build a Knex Supercar model. I improvised this model myself with all the pieces that I had. Download WinRAR here. Add Teacher Note.
Did you make this project? Share it with us! I Made It! Concrete Class 18, Enrolled. RichardH 4 years ago. Reply Upvote. Thanks, looks like a great car! CraigDH 5 years ago on Introduction. I think I am going to need a ton more parts. I only have a single value tub. Imperar 6 years ago on Introduction. Cool dude. I tried to build your car 4 years ago before I was on this site. MarijnS95 blackboard Reply 8 years ago on Introduction.
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