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Old 02-01-2010, 09:43 AM   #1
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Old 02-01-2010, 10:31 AM   #2
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That's awesome!

You should go to their website.

I found this portion extremely interesting:

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Время переоборудования обычного автомобиля в снегоход занимает 1 час, при этом в автомобиль не вносится никаких изменений и в дальнейшем его можно использовать как обычный автомобиль на дорогах общего пользования.
Устройство обладает высокой надёжностью обусловленной его простотой.
OK, I don't really know what it says but I found it's use of 6's, backwards N's and R's very interesting!


But seriously, that's kinda cool! I'd be interested in knowing how they got the steering figured out.

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That's awesome!

You should go to their website.

I found this portion extremely interesting:



OK, I don't really know what it says but I found it's use of 6's, backwards N's and R's very interesting!


But seriously, that's kinda cool! I'd be interested in knowing how they got the steering figured out.
LOL probably there code for the build Have to ask a professor
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As for the steering looks like it is threw the back tires but how do they get the steering wheel to make it work must be computerized ?
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