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    RC ROBOT SHARK PART 2

    The yellow wire, spooled up for some unknown reason, is the antenna. On the bottom right you'll see a DC motor.

    RC Robot Shark

    RC Robot Shark

    RC Robot Shark

    RC Robot Shark

    It doesn't propel itself by flapping its tail, and instead the tail vectors the thrust from the blue rudder as shown.

    RC Robot Shark



    RC Robot Shark

    Attached to the rudder is this flexible white cylinder that drives it.

    RC Robot Shark

    Those two metal wires went to the very end of the tail. You can better see the rudder control cylinder thingy here.

    RC Robot Shark

    This is what it looked like after I disassembled the entire thing.

    RC Robot Shark

    RC Robot Shark

    <<< Go back to Part 1



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