Now to the fun part: building the RC car. This will vary very much based on your RC Car kit. If it’s ready-to-run (RTR), you should be good out of the box. If it’s an unassembled kit, you’ve got a ton of work ahead, just follow the instructions that came with the car. If you’re like me, and got something in between, you’ll have just a bit of work before running it.
In my case, I had to assemble the wheels and mount them on the car, and that was pretty much it. Other than that, I had to calibrate my ESC as per the instructions and my car was ready to go.
I found it helpful to have a ‘bro nearby that’s willing to help you assemble and Google stuff for you since you’re lazy to read the instructions completely. YMMV based on the brother that’s available to you.
After assembling the car, take it for a spin. If it works, you’re ready to move on to the electronics part of the project. :)