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Have you added running lights? Headlamps? Perhaps some spinners?
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By Dasler
#144937
1st I wanna thank the members here for helping me in the quest with so many questions. :D

This took longer that what I was expecting way longer all the wiring, as I wanted to have a lot of different switched controlling the different LEDs

This was a 6volt ride 1 motor.
I ordered a dual motor setup - Ebay
12V 12Ah battery.
12V ESC https://electricscooterparts.com/speedc ... 2volt.html
Wes wiring http://eastcoastpowerup.com/ESC_LED_Kit ... 0w_ESC_Kit
60mm Angel Eyes - https://www.superbrightleds.com/moreinf ... 1117/2642/
rear Blinking Red LED - https://www.superbrightleds.com/moreinf ... ed/55/347/
Under body RGB controller I had laying around.
GPS - showed a 6.5mph max speed. Not sure if that counted the small grade, more testing later on flat ground to see max speed.

Kiddo could NOT stop smiling with all the switched and LEDs in the JEEP.
He was hitting all of them trying to figure out what switch goes to what.
All that work pay off - laughing with the kid priceless.


Grind that tab off to get new gear box in.
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template
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fit testing
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Angel Eyes Blue - they are BRIGHT
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Eagle Eyes
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Light bar
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Under Body RGB
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Parking lights
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Rear lights - they blink
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All light On
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Emergency Lights
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Rear emergency Lights
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Dash
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Dash 2 - Shifter for forward and reverse, Red switch main power to ESC, blue switch main power to all the Switches for the LEDs
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Illuminated switch - 2 are Off, 1 is On
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Thank you all!!!
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By Z7What
#144941
Looks like a airplane with all the switches. My son loves turning his lights on even if he going to ride it, if he sees any of his two trucks the lights are being turned on :lol:

Looks Great! Did it come camo or did you wrap it? If wrap, what wrap did you use?

Wayne
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By Dasler
#144956
Z7What wrote:Looks like a airplane with all the switches. My son loves turning his lights on even if he going to ride it, if he sees any of his two trucks the lights are being turned on :lol:

Looks Great! Did it come camo or did you wrap it? If wrap, what wrap did you use?

Wayne

Forgot to put one of the most important detail the ride itself, It factory camo, I got it from Walmart when it was on sale for $99 a week or two after Christmas. As a matter of fact I got two for that price. The other one is still stock. https://www.walmart.com/ip/Dynacraft-Su ... n/47921874
I cant compare the quality to a Fisher Price brand as I don't have one to compare the plastic thickness etc.
I didn't even think about the airplane look, now that you mention it does.

Wheelyz22 wrote:that looks great. nice work

Thanks, I thought I was never going to finish, and as a matter of fact I still have to screw in the front emergency lights. I am still debating if I want to mess and redo the wiring for them and move as least 2 modules to under the side step to have emergency light on each side of the car, that would make it look even cooler from the side, and leave just 8 modules on the front from the 12 it currently have.

CJB wrote:Super cool. Awesome work. It does look like an airplane with all those switches and that makes it even cooler.

Thanks, it so funny you tell him turn the rear lights on, he start hitting all the switches that would take some time for him to learn each one.
He love showing his lights and telling everyone look what my dad installed.

I try to post a video of the car running this week.

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