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3D Printed Mario Kart Shell R/C Cars: Death Stare Not Included

by Lambert Varias
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Back in 2011, we featured Michael Curry’s Mario Kart-inspired remote-controlled cars. He has since uploaded the improved 3D files along with the instructions and the parts list for the cars on Thingiverse. Maker Kart, here we come!

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Aside from the 3D printed parts, you’ll need to buy other parts such as a DC motor, a micro servo and skateboard bearings. You’ll also need the tires and front suspension of the New Bright Ram 1500 Model 2424 RC Car. I found it online for $35 (USD) but Michael says you can get it for $13-$15 at Wal-Mart or Target.

Keep a few Stars and Bullet Bills around and head to Michael’s Thingiverse page to download the files, instructions and parts list.

[via This Is Why I’m Broke]

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