A YouTuber named Peter Sripol set out to create his own amphibious vehicle and told us about this adventure with a video he made. The tool Youtuber created has indeed been an amphibious vehicle that can be used.
In recent years and in the past, we have seen many examples of amphibious vehicles that can travel both on land and at sea. However, a YouTuber named Peter Sripol decided to create his own amphibious vehicle instead of purchasing one of these vehicles. Peter shared his adventure of building amphibious vehicles on his YouTube channel from beginning to end.
Amphibious vehicles have both wheels and a marine engine. However, all controls are made on a single platform. Therefore, the structures of amphibious vehicles can be complex compared to normal vehicles. The adventure of YouTuber Peter, who started to produce his own amphibious vehicle, tells us about this complexity.
YouTuber’s amphibious vehicle adventure:
Peter starts building amphibious vehicles by purchasing a small boat. Then he creates a pier for this boat to be placed at the bottom. This pier also carries the wheels of the vehicle. Peter then makes a lot of changes to the bot to combine these two parts.
Peter, who finally manages to put the two parts together, then moves on to making steering wheels. Peter, who creates a very simple steering wheel made of wood, puts the engine on the boat after this process. Peter usually buys half of his go-kart parts in the whole process.
Of course, Peter covers the holes in the whole structure so that the boat does not sink when it enters the water. Peter, who has made the vehicle capable of moving on land, enters the test with the vehicle and passes the test successfully. Peter, who put the vehicle into the water after the land test, successfully moves by running the engine in the water here.
Peter, who then customizes his vehicle and adds gear to the vehicle, enters the lake with the arrangements he made after the tests. You can watch the footage taken by Peter with his own amphibious vehicle on the lake from the video above. The amphibious vehicle successfully continues on its way, just like other amphibious vehicles.