Stari89

MOC TT-S13

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Well done! :thumbup: I like how the new, lightweight Lego PF L-Motors are used here, the easy-access Battery Box, and the suspension is unique. At only 850 grams, it has GREAT climbing ability!

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Great work there. I see you improved the suspesnion, so it cannot fall apart anymore. You used V2 receiver?

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I would love to build a crawler similar to yours. Would it be stronger using xl motors?

tim

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@Zblj: Tnx, yes V2 receiver is used.

@timslegos: Truck is build around L motors with their anchor points as a base for chassis parts. If you can squeeze XL motors in there then it would be more powerfull. :) HERE are instructions for my TT-S08D which uses XL motors and preforms very well.

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Very nice. It tackles that book obstacle as it was nothing. That climbing on the sofa is awesome. I'm most impressed by the looks. It looks like a Gmade Rock Buggy

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Are those springs able to fully extend, or are the permanently stressed? I can't tell from the video.

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Do you have any issues with the 16t gears mounted on the motors popping off under stress? They don't appear to be locked into place at all.

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I think the battery keeps the from sliding out.

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Springs are not 100% extended while driving. When I lift the truck up and place it on a flat surface, they are fully extended. Can permanent stress damage the springs?

Yes, the battery keeps 16t gears from sliding out. This creates a little friction and wastes some power but it's not really a big deal.

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Great moc, you made the axles very compact. :thumbup: But it's a crawler, not a TT. Truck trial(TT) means trucks in hard terrain, at least Unimog or similar.

Springs are not 100% extended while driving. When I lift the truck up and place it on a flat surface, they are fully extended. Can permanent stress damage the springs?

No, they shouldn't be damaged if you do that.

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