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42083 - Bugatti Chiron

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$599 = $0.17 per part = way too expensive = not buying... (yet)

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If every member is going to post if they bought it or not, the thread could  easily reach 200 pages by lunchtime with no actual useful information.....

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1 minute ago, mocbuild101 said:

$599 = $0.17 per part = way too expensive = not buying

Wait a few months and it will be much cheaper. Porsche costs €220 MISB here, €110 below the normal price. 

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3 minutes ago, valenciaeric said:

If every member is going to post if they bought it or not, the thread could  easily reach 200 pages by lunchtime with no actual useful information.....

You've got a point there... :look:

Just now, LvdH said:

Wait a few months and it will be much cheaper.

It will still be expensive though... :wink:

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I'm really curious for Jims review. I want to see how they realized the geneva mechanism to drive the second gear selector.

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8 minutes ago, Jim said:

@Sariel‘s workspace for the next 7 hours...

 

You bet he'll cope with this for 7 hours? :laugh:

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no, for me it is also showing only me.

Chiron broke eurobricsk

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1 hour ago, Jurss said:

 ouhhh ... from the German review linked above the tested gear sequence:

"1. Gang → 6. Gang → 7. Gang → 8. Gang → 5. Gang → 2. Gang → 3. Gang → 4. Gang."

Translation : Gang = gear

this sounds not promising if the builder has built it correctly....

@Didumos69, i already see your errata on the horizon ;)

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12 minutes ago, schraubedrin said:

That's awesome :laugh:

 

What's the best source for the current activities of @Jim, @Sariel, and the rest of the gang in Billund? Can we expect more to come?

Sariel has filmed the interviews with all the great questions. Definitely worth the watch. He still has the live build, but other than that there’s little to expect.

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2 minutes ago, Kumbbl said:

this sounds not promising if the builder has built it correctly....

It sure sounds like he made a mistake by not aligning knobs and gear selectors properly

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2 minutes ago, ibessonov said:

It sure sounds like he made a mistake by not aligning knobs and gear selectors properly

Maybe (or hopefully) but not for sure. Remember the Porsche which has a wrong gear sequence when build correctly with the BI...

anyway: we will see after sariel has finished his live build...

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4 minutes ago, Kumbbl said:

this sounds not promising if the builder has built it correctly....

 

At least that reviewer was honest and said that he didn't really understand how the gear box worked. :)

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4 minutes ago, Kumbbl said:

Remember the Porsche which has a wrong gear sequence when build correctly with the BI...

I remember it, that's why I believe that instruction creator was especially careful in this particular aspect.

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3 minutes ago, Jim said:

Sariel has filmed the interviews with all the great questions. Definitely worth the watch.

I guess you mean to watch it when he releases it? Or have i missed him posting it on youtube?

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