FSR (Fast+Small+Rigid) Chassis

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Just a small RC chassis I made and wanted to post it here. Note there is a minor change from the video and main picture which makes the chassis much stronger in the LDD file.

Not in parts List:
2 Rubber bands for battery
Minizip cable for 9V battery
9V battery
Sbrick

Also, there are just normal LBG rims in the parts list, not fancy Ferrari F40 Rims and covers.
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MOC-8502

Name FSR (Fast+Small+Rigid) Chassis
Designer offroadcreations
Designed 2017
Inventory 119 parts
Theme Technic
Old Trafford

6 COMMENTS

  • 2 years, 8 months ago Hogwartus Level 11 MOC Designer
    Is it able to drive forward? If not you should use a rubber band to make a return to center steering.
    • 2 years, 8 months ago offroadcreations Level 17 Designed this MOC
      Do you mean backward? It can, but it is going forward in the whole video.
      • 2 years, 8 months ago Hogwartus Level 11 MOC Designer
        I mean i think that it is impossible to drive perfectly forward. The vehicle still steers right or left. Use of rubber band would make easier aligning vehicle' s front wheels perfectly.
        • 2 years, 8 months ago offroadcreations Level 17 Designed this MOC
          Oh, I understand. That could be an option, or a Servo Motor.
  • 2 years, 8 months ago jonatj Level 9
    Awesome! I don't want to build an RC with 4L motors and 2 AAA battery boxes. So this is perfect. How did you connect the 9V battery to the Sbrick?  Also is the M motor doing the steering?
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