I would just need to adapt my solid axle to mount a sprocket to it and then figure out a braking system, and would need to add a step down for 12 volt of which I will drive the cd player and headlights brake lights and under glow lighting. I will be purchasing new rims and tires as well so if you have any suggestions here I would appreciate this as well.
I do have three new 12 volt batteries and the metal gas pedal and a brake peddle of which came with the esc kit from EastCoast Power up that never worked for me,
Can you please build me a system and let me know the costs so I can get you paid and have this made??
Or if you have a better solution let me know.
Please let us know your thoughts and ideas on these kits and we will take it from there.
What sprocket would you recommend then be on the axle? I was planning on putting a disc brake kit on it with it's own reservoir etc attached and having it be a pedal as well.
It would need a step down and be able to support the cd etc on it and drive time or the accessories can be a separate self contained system as well if easier? Would the adding a disc brake confuse the motor controller and be a bad idea to do?
I am already making a steel frame with real front end and steering for a body of which has not been decided. It will be something not heavy and that could be used for say parades or events as publicity.
Other than this it seems to be a much better idea than continuing to put money into a system designed for plastic wheels
That sounds like a great plan to make a steel frame with real steel parts and real wheels. That way its not just a plastic toy that will keep breaking and needing repairs.
Top speed sounds good at 25 and it will be on flat ground and I have yet to get tires so assume they are 10" then as it is what I am looking at now. And I think the 3rd Battery will be better for lights so I keep as much as possible for unit to drive.
I am using a disc brake set up from a racing kart the frame will be steel and an alloy connectors to fiberglass or composite body so It now is a ground up system.
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