Built a real DeLorean with a remote control

Built a real DeLorean with a remote control

Bjorn harms from the Netherlands presented a unique DeLorean DMC-12 on the radio. The panel is made in the same style as the hero of the Robert Zemeckis movie Back to the future Doc Emmett brown, with two large knobs and a screen in the upper right corner.


DMC-12 Kharms equipped with the original V6 engine volume of 2.8 liter capacity of 130 horsepower. However, the programmer had to modify the steering of the vehicle to wheels “obey” commands from the remote: for this purpose he established the electric power steering from Opel Corsa. Despite the extra equipment, the DeLorean is still able to accelerate up to 142 kilometers per hour (in the film, 88 mph) that the plot of “Back to the future” was required to jump in time.

Remote harms are not different from the one used in the film – the basis was taken with the same unit Futaba FP T7UAF that was, and filmmakers. For security purposes, the Dutch equipped their version of “red button” which when pressed, RC DMC-12 should instantly stop.

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DeLorean DMC-12 was produced in Northern Ireland from 1981 to 1983. Dvuhdverka able to accelerate from zero to hundred kilometers per hour in 10.5 seconds, and its maximum speed is 177 miles per hour. Just was released a little more than 8.5 thousands of “DeLorean”.

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