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PAW Patrol 6-Volt Ride-On Toys: Chase Police Cruiser or Skye Helicopter EXPIRED

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Walmart has PAW Patrol 6-Volt Ride-On Toy (Skye Helicopter or Chase Police Cruiser) on sale for $78. Shipping is free.

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  • Real foot pedal acceleration creates a lifelike driving experience.
  • Goes forward at a top speed of 2.5 MPH.
  • Power Trax rubber traction strip tires keep the ride smooth and steady.
  • Sits one rider, ages 3 - 5, with a maximum weight of 60 lbs.
  • Comes with a 6-volt rechargeable battery and wall charger.
  • Direct Connect One Step Charging System
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Walmart [walmart.com]has the PAW Patrol: Chase Police Cruiser or Skye Helicopter, 6-Volt Ride-On Toy for $78. Shipping is free.
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I found on the street Red Lambo with 6V system, I was thinking of juicing it with 12V or higher, but electronics are rated at 6V, so pretty much would need major swaps. In the end, 6V systems are not worth the effort. I have another curb find with jeep and it is 2 wheel drive with 12V, it should be fun
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What kid wants to drive a pigmobile?
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I really like it,it looks so cute ,I think my child must like it very much ,Get on and surprise hime
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LS swap?
Bwwaaahahahahaahahaha, got me man hahaha. I miss my LS Frown
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I found on the street Red Lambo with 6V system, I was thinking of juicing it with 12V or higher, but electronics are rated at 6V, so pretty much would need major swaps. In the end, 6V systems are not worth the effort. I have another curb find with jeep and it is 2 wheel drive with 12V, it should be fun
Going 6v to 12v will be fine as long as you don't have traction. You don't want traction on these basic power wheels so you don't blow out gears.

18v drill batteries are amazing for the 12v cars. They make adapters you can buy on Amazon, basically a drill battery plug with 2 wires, enjoy!
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I found on the street Red Lambo with 6V system, I was thinking of juicing it with 12V or higher, but electronics are rated at 6V, so pretty much would need major swaps. In the end, 6V systems are not worth the effort. I have another curb find with jeep and it is 2 wheel drive with 12V, it should be fun
I'll concur, and I bring this up in every 6V thread - 6V are always underpowered and many times only include a single drive motor. As a parent this is incredibly frustrating as single drive units tend to get the car (or whatever the ride on is) stuck frequently, requiring adult intervention. Also, being underpowered I wouldn't use them except on some sort of pavement.

Our first Jeep was a 6V single motor (literally one rear drive wheel) and a HUGE disappointment - to the point where we put it away and told the kids it was broken. I eventually just gave that unit away to get rid of it.

Our second vehicle was one of those dune racers (2 seater green) and that's been a solid unit.

Would I overvolt a 6V or 12V? Probably not a 6V but a 12V maybe. Realize it will likely reduce the lifespan of the motor, and you risk stripping the gears though.
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6v cars are just too slow for any kid over the age of 3. even a 2 or 3% grade will bring this a 6v car to a crawl
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LS swap?
I don't think there's enough room to fit an LS, but if you're LS swapping something else, you might be able to squeeze the discarded motor into this
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