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    Brought home a new project

    Not sure which direction I'll take. I'm thinking LS swap, put wife doesn't think the kids can handle it.

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    Re: Brought home a new project

    Cool!!!
    There are websites on how to mod them. If you are serious. One simple one is getting actual rubber on the tires to-improve traction.



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    "Never look down on anybody unless you're helping him up" - Jesse Jackson

  3. Re: Brought home a new project

    What's up Dude ? Been 3 days , We want updates .
    Needs to go yonder.

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    Re: Brought home a new project

    Looks like it was junked because the shifter micro switch was bad. So I bought a new shifter and instead of buying a battery for it got an adapter to allow me to use my 20 volt dewalt batteries in this 12 volt car. At this point I got the engine running I just have to permanently wire it up. Then we're off to the races.

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    Re: Brought home a new project

    Get some rubber on the tires.


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  6. Re: Brought home a new project

    Cool !
    Needs to go yonder.

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    Re: Brought home a new project

    You got it stripped out. What did you do to it so far??? Im sure the kids ask more often than we do.


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    Re: Brought home a new project

    We're tearing up the cul-de-sac! The kids are too big, so I pulled the seats out and put a board it there to sit on. Works pretty good.

    The 20v DeWalt drill battery really moves this thing.

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    Last edited by TerryMason; 09-11-2021 at 09:32 AM.
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  9. Re: Brought home a new project

    cool !
    Needs to go yonder.

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