BrickbyBrickTechnic

[TC12][WIP] Formula 2.0 (Dropped out)

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Yes, I am late. But all the ideas for this project are made, I just have to combine them.

I'm gonna leave you with a list of functions excluding the wacky one. I'll leave you guys to guess it, it's really obvious.

-HoG Steering

-Adjustable ground clearance (offroad/street mode)

-v8 engine

-wacky function

Here are the pictures:

IMG_5909IMG_5910

Leave a comment! PS This isn't done yet.

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2 hours ago, TechnicRCRacer said:

Ooh, stud shooters! This is going to be interesting!

Remotely fired as well! :wink:

(Not like PF, just not by rotating a knob directly behind them)

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1 hour ago, BrickbyBrickTechnic said:

Remotely fired as well! :wink:

(Not like PF, just not by rotating a knob directly behind them)

I like it very much, but your next post may be dangerous... :laugh:

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Great to see that you've joined the competition!

7 hours ago, TechnicRCRacer said:

Ooh, stud shooters! This is going to be interesting!

Agreed, stud-shooters should be used more, especially considering how well they work!

I have also added them to my entry - just for fun!

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8 hours ago, Aventador2004 said:

I like it very much, but your next post may be dangerous... :laugh:

Haha! That's true, I guess :classic:

@mocbuild101 Glad that you're glad I joined the competition. I needed to get to an appropriate benchmark with current projects, which I finally did. And stud shooters are awesome. Cool to see them on your model too :laugh:

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I_t looks like someone has 42040 Fire Plane :wink:

Let see what you will come up with. 

So far @MegaRoi made wackiest vehicle that I saw on this content, but we have some time to see other creations development. Looking forward to see your creation :thumbup:

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Just now, BrickbyBrickTechnic said:

I do have it, though i'm not using any pieces from it.

White panels and blue transparent round bricks revealed the secret :wink:

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3 hours ago, I_Igor said:

blue transparent round bricks revealed the secret :wink:

Those are blue transparent stud guns :laugh: they do look like round bricks though.

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1 hour ago, BrickbyBrickTechnic said:

Those are blue transparent stud guns :laugh: they do look like round bricks though.

Hm...it looks like it is about time that I get myself smartphone with bigger display :wink:

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Update time!

Rear axle added. I intend to finish off the entire thing by Tuesday. Also, true wacky function revealed:

IMG_5912IMG_5911IMG_5913

Sorry for picture quality. COMMENTS PLEASE.

BrickbyBrickTechnic

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Dropping out. TBH I ran out any sort of inspiration to finish this because it put a 3-week backlog on anything I wanted to build. I had to temporarily abandon the Saddletrac I'm now building and the supercar chassis... good luck to all :classic:

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Just now, mocbuild101 said:

Oh well, you did have a lot of projects going, and I guess one of them had to take a hit eventually... :look:

Yeah... this is a good lesson in time management for me: don't pile projects on top your contest entry. Do that first, then go on to the other stuff.

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Just now, BrickbyBrickTechnic said:

Yeah... this is a good lesson in time management for me: don't pile projects on top your contest entry. Do that first, then go on to the other stuff.

Yes, best way to go is to have a small pile (like mine) and one project at a time. but, you may lose your inspiration in process.

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Just now, Aventador2004 said:

Yes, best way to go is to have a small pile (like mine) and one project at a time. but, you may lose your inspiration in process.

That's normally how I go about doing this too. I went out on a limb by starting 3 projects at the same time, not gonna do so in the future.

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