Custom Power Wheels Does a Dyno Hit… How Much Power Will It Make?
If you dig down deep to the core concept of Power Wheels, it comes down to youngsters ...
If you dig down deep to the core concept of Power Wheels, it comes down to youngsters want to imitate what mom and dad are doing, the things that are going out there in the real world that they might want to sink their teeth into. I mean, what kid doesn’t want to get behind the wheel of a car? When you think about it this way, you can further consider how the person who originally thought out Power Wheels is pretty much a genius as they brought this ability to kids without actually putting them behind the wheel because, you know, that might be just a little bit dangerous.
This time, however, it’s not exactly the corporate creators putting together this nifty little gadget but instead, a ready and raring dad who had an idea and just started to go with it! What we have here is none other than a dyno, or a machine that’s used with real cars to measure horsepower via resistance, except this one isn’t designed for a real car at all but instead, as you might have figured out by now, for a Power Wheels. It does take a little bit of engineering to get this one together and the creator says that he’s waiting on a couple of electronics to come in to be able to actually read horsepower but just watching it in motion is pretty neat as well.
If you follow along down in the video below, you’ll be able to see the Power Wheels dyno set that will have the kid who is behind the wheel very much on their way to being a gearhead. As if the modifications that that dad did to this Power Wheels Ford Mustang wasn’t enough to pretty much certify that this kid’s going to be addicted to cars by the time that he or she has their license, I think that the accessories like this will put the icing on the cake.