Didumos69

Bugatti Veyron Super Sport by Pipasseyoyo

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Haven't seen a post about this one yet. Builder is not active on Eurobricks, but this appears to be the follow-up of his impressive Subaru Impreza. I especially like the adjustable ground clearance, a very practical feature for an AWD supercar:

Reproduction of the fast french supercar.

Built in the classic Lego Technic Supercar style.

Features :

- HoG and steering wheel

- W16 fake engine

- AWD transmission

- 6 manual gearbox (not sequential...)

- Independant suspensions

- Adjustable ground clearance

- Adjustable spoiler

- Detailed interior

- Everything openable

The half stud offset between the 3 driving rings in the gearbox is an idea by Thirdwigg (http://thirdwigg.com/2015/02/26/cadillac-ats/)

More pictures : http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=561659

Full review (in French) : http://www.techlug.fr/Forum/topic10504.html

3D model used in the mechanical overview : http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/pipasseyoyo/Bugatti-Veyron-SS/z_bugatti_veyron_ss.lxf

(LXF file openable using "Lego Digital Designer")

Edited by Didumos69

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Amazing MOC!

I really liked his Subaru, and now a Bugatti!

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Very nice car. Didumos69, maybe you can ask the builder/designer to become an EB member, so he can also post his creations here..

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At time-stamp 4:50, there are four gear racks placed vertically, near the front/rear suspensions. Any guess what those are for? Does the car have adjustable height, or some suspension damping mechanism (wild guess, as movie is not 'complete'), or some anti-sway bar?

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Very nice Car. Du you have a complet LXF so i I can make an Pro Instruction?

You will have to contact the original designer. Maybe his youtube about page helps: https://www.youtube....seyoyoMOC/about

At time-stamp 4:50, there are four gear racks placed vertically, near the front/rear suspensions. Any guess what those are for? Does the car have adjustable height, or some suspension damping mechanism (wild guess, as movie is not 'complete'), or some anti-sway bar?

It has adjustable height (designer also refers to this as adjustable ground clearance). Start watching from timestamp 3:00 2:53.

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'Didumos69' - Good afternoon. It inspires your work JCB-320T. Trying to collect his photographs are available on the Internet. There was one question . Could you give your e-mail to find out a couple of points of the model .

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Hello guys,

Sorry for digging up old thread, but I am working on car and I need a gearbox with single pivot point. This one looks perfect. My only concern is if it has correct gear order: 1st and 2nd gear on far right clutches, 3rd and 4th on center ones and 5th and 6th on far left. Can anyone help me with this?

Any help is much appreciated :)

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6 hours ago, tomek9210 said:

Hello guys,

Sorry for digging up old thread, but I am working on car and I need a gearbox with single pivot point. This one looks perfect. My only concern is if it has correct gear order: 1st and 2nd gear on far right clutches, 3rd and 4th on center ones and 5th and 6th on far left. Can anyone help me with this?

Any help is much appreciated :)

There are lots of ideas for that sort of thing on the internet. I would suggest doing a thurough search before bumping an old topic. 

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Thirdwigg,

thanks for help. I will check it out, build it in LDD first and see how it works.

I appreciate it very much!

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If the Veyron is already capable of housing such complex designs and functions then anything less in the Chiron would be a shame.

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