Toni-23

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  1. Thanks) buggy motors works very good)they give a lot of power for the truck So..Good question) i can't say for sure at now.maybe:) Kelkschiz,LEGO Train 12 Volts,Leonardo da Bricki,braker23,MattL600 - Thank you very much guys
  2. Thank you) thank you so much! I am glad that you like) thanks!yes,i have one photo
  3. I use actuators line linkages for the suspension.They longer,than classic lego links and provide more structural stiffness.
  4. Hi everybody! today i wont to show you my new creation - Gaz 34-6x6 soviet truck. This truck is modification of legendary Gaz 66.I'm crazy about 6x6 trucks,thats why I built Gaz 34. So,here it is: As you see,this is not original configuration of Gaz 34.I'm added portal axles(without diffs),bigger wheels and slightly changed the rear suspension.Finally-it is really good trial truck,with great grip on sand,grass (thanks to the wheels from 42054). So,lets look for the technical specifications: -6x6 wheel drive,without any diffs -portal axles -huge offroad wheels -2 buggy motors for drive -1 medium motor fot steering+micro motor(they tern steering wheel in the cabin) -Sbrick -3s li-fe battery(9,9 volts) -Leds lights(headlights) -balanced rear suspension(thats why truck has really good suspension travel) Let see it in action! https://youtu.be/hHDJLmvZ4BA
  5. So,it is good idea But as for me 1x16 links are too flexible and elastic and axles can move left-right on high stress.Thats why i use large lineal actuators and beams like linkages. behind little .Thanks to a slight backlash of gray pins, the suspension works well. One day i used 3rd party motors(more powerful than baggy motor a little bit) in MOC,but lego receiver cant provide enough current for the motor and,i think, lego plastic is not designed for such loads:(
  6. i use large linear actuators line linkages for the suspension.They longer,than classic lego links and provide more structural stiffness. Thank you. I think about that.But only with power puller wheels it can be looks like monster truck,because they wider,than wheels from 42054
  7. Thanks a lot gear ratio is 13,8:1(low speed output) i think it's enough for this truck:) thank you am glad,that you like it!
  8. hi everebody! Today i would like to show you my new 4x4 pickup truck. Specifications: dependent suspension portal axles 2 buggy motors for drive(geared 13,8 :1) 1 M motor for steering 107 mm wheels so,here it is and the video available here:
  9. wow,looks great! why without wheels?
  10. Hi! Thats my 2 modifications for truck The truck became lighter and smaller (1870 grams now while the old version weighed more than 2 kg).Technical specifications:4 RC buggy motors for drive+gearbox(2 speeds)1 Medium motor for steering1 Medium motor for gear change2 Sbricks1 —Āustom li-po (2s,1000mAh)6x6 wheel drive (with custom 108mm tires)dependent suspension with portal axles(balanced rear suspension) The video :
  11. this one Art-Tech LiPo 7.4V 2S 1000mAh (JST) photo
  12. thanks a lot! i hope I record the new videos soon
  13. hi! thats my mod for truck it was really slow and i add more power for it! old version new version drive 3 xl motors 4 rc buggy motors steering 1 m motor 2 servo motors controlled by 2 ir reciever 2 sbricks power 1 li-po 1 li-po minimum weight i hope ,you like new version) https://youtu.be/DtzIOk3LQrs
  14. I said, but I will say it again...awesome!!
  15. thank you! i'm surprised ,but...no,i didn't break any drive-chain parts) truck has only 4 joints ,and all of them still alive;) thanks a lot! now I have modified chassis,for give it much power. at now truck has 4 rc buggy motors(with 2 speed gearbox) for drive,2 servo for steering and 2 sbricks to control everything. photo 1 photo 2