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Audi R8 chassis "drivable" . . A demonstration of the throttle and clutch. A demonstration of the brakes A demonstration of the gearbox throttle and clutch Here is a close up of the functional Gas, brake, and clutch pedals Here is a close up of the rear brake (front is the same) the fixed, tan gear on that arm engages the small black gear that is connected to the deferential and stops it from moving. both front and rear are actuated with a linkage running the length of the chassis. these are the selector slots for the gearshift lever. those push rods are L shaped and run to the top of the gearbox where they use the same two stud liftarms that the selector slots use to move drive rings back and fourth. here is the bottom of the 6+R gearbox. the greay things in the middle are the drive rings. Here is the "throttle." Its nothing more than a power functions switch that is flipped by a linkage connected to the gas pedal. there is a rubber band on the hinged part to give it tension this is a close up of the shifter. Here is the most advanced chassis I have ever built. It has working throttle, brakes, and clutch; and a six speed with reverse gearbox and AWD. the car will also have working headlights. I didn't make the car RC because I wanted to do something different. My idea was to make a fully "drivable" car, meaning if we found someone small enough they could get in and drive it. The XL motor is connected to the transmission input. UPDATE: I built the interior and relocated the drive motor so it will fit within the body lines

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