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Old 10th November 2004, 07:13 AM   #1
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Default High End Elecetronics and the World's Fastest El. RC Car- my way to go

Hello everyone,

I am Sigurd Ruschkowski from Sweden.

My interest is changing from designing RC Car and Boats to high end audio electronics. I designed electronics at Ericsson some 10 years ago, and now I I am designng a high end pre amp,

If you want to see my rc electric car:
Worlds fastest eletric car

or my rc electric boats:

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Old 10th November 2004, 08:38 AM   #2
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I lately saw a RC car on a wire going really really fast, but this is the real deal, no strings attached
Do you fly in a helicopter above it or do you have 20km range with your controller to build up speed.
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Old 10th November 2004, 09:06 AM   #3
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The cars that needs a wire are extremely fast. Around 200mph.
They are called tethered cars.

My car is a mix of drag car and a Bonneville car. It has potentioal to go 150 mph. The power is there, and now it is "just" to get that power down to the wheels without spinning

I used around 600 m of straight asphalt track to breake the record. I stood in the middle, around 250m, and the antenna on the car is very good and also very straight even at max speed. This together with a very good airplane receiver and a good transmitter gave me a range of around 300m radius.

Next year I hope to have an even better receiver (double superheterodyn) and an airplane transmitter. Both from Graupner.


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