These rims are hotter than the combination cutting and grinding bit on my new cordless Dremel (after I’ve been cutting and grinding servo fittings with which to secure the rims in question.)
sittin on chrome
For a project that is being tackled in five-minute-sleeping-baby sessions, it is shaping up. I am not quite sure if the IOIO board will fit in the enclosure, but it will sure be close. I suppose if all else fails, I can chop the thing up a bit…as much as I enjoy Dremel-ing, I’d like to avoid that if possible. Maybe next five minute session…
Impatiently awaiting my Dremel from Amazon, I made an executive decision that Clocky’s bright orange motif had to go. Clocky already had some big rims; sort of like my SS. Sort of too like my Yukon. Hmm…black and chrome…sort of a no-brainer.
Step 1: teardown / spray paint
Step 2: Re-assemble
sum of parts
Much better. Hoping to have the little guy rotary-drilled and souped-up before too long. Check back in soon.
Customizing your Silverado SS is easy. You’ll need:
* Spray Paint
* Junk Mail, and
* Masking Tape
That’s it. Mask off the areas you don’t want murdered-out with the mail and tape. Rattle can the areas you want murdered. The end.
Got a fan? An antiquated pointy skateboard? An afternoon? Neon spray paint.
1) pull apart the fan case…a dangerous Rad Board is a good Rad Board
2) replace fan blades with small, sharp, non-menacing looking blades
3) hook above components to the less-pointy end of a pointy skate board
4) put a propane tank looking thing on it with some tubes hooking to the non-spray painted stuff
5) spray anything neon yellow that looks boring, in order to awesome things up a bit
6) fire up the fan and tear ass around the block