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Alternate mocs from official LEGO Technic sets

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Here are some alternate moc models I have created from LEGO Technic sets

42084 Tricycle + instructions

42084 Buggy + instructions

42084 Airplane + instructions in Brixtar app https://brixtar.com/preview/94d10be5-4a93-4c24-9f72-f60eec286c57

42084 airplane

42071 Hovercraft with instructions at Rebrickable https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-15518/I'm a conformist!/42071-h0vercraft/#comments

42075 Helicopter with instructions at Rebrickable https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-15312/I'm a conformist!/42075-helicopter/#comments

42075 Super MOTO bike

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LEGO Technic 42071 Air Glider Plane. Not really any functions except adjustable wing angles but it was a great fun to make a shape out of beams and pins ( unlike the usual building with system bricks)

42071 Air Glider Plane

 

42071 Monster Buggy + building tutorial video

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It's amazing just how many wheeled sets can be rebuilt into aircraft. Wonderful job on all your models! Think I might try a few. :thumbup:

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I don’t have many small Lego Technic sets, but your creations are actually inviting to buy them. I have the Sailing boat and will try building the helicopter. Nice video. I like how you reversed the disassembly making it look like a modular building instruction. Your work reminds me of one of my favourite MOC builders@Tomik. Check out his many creations: http://buildinst.cz/en/catalog/default/3

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On 8/1/2018 at 10:21 AM, WvG_853 said:

I don’t have many small Lego Technic sets, but your creations are actually inviting to buy them. I have the Sailing boat and will try building the helicopter. Nice video. I like how you reversed the disassembly making it look like a modular building instruction. Your work reminds me of one of my favourite MOC builders@Tomik. Check out his many creations: http://buildinst.cz/en/catalog/default/3

Thanks! I know @Tomik 's creations. He's been posting high quality alternates for years. The reverse dissasembly instruction videos have been around for a while. For example @grohl  has been doing all his Youtube instructions this way.

I understood that it would be too dificult to make correct step sequence & it would be hard to distinguish some pin types in video instructions made from Lego Digital Designer ( like I do for my system builds ) therefore had to make the instructions like this.

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Good idea and nice implementation. Just surprised about the motor. Are there not enough pieces left to make a “closed” motor with just the cylinders visibly moving?

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11 hours ago, WvG_853 said:

Good idea and nice implementation. Just surprised about the motor. Are there not enough pieces left to make a “closed” motor with just the cylinders visibly moving?

There was not enough space upwards. The axle of the current motor is already above the steering and if I would add cylinders above I could not fit the front bonnet.  

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After a cooperation between Peteris and me there are now step by step instructions for the 42078 SUV & Trailer C-model available on Youtube :classic:

 

Edited by Nequmodiva

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42089 PowerBoat rebuild model 3WHEELER car. The model consists of 2 sturdy modules- the chasis and the body. Working single piston engine driven by front wheels and a motile windscreen section for access to the cockpit. Click the arrow for more pics.

 

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I absolutely love your alternate builds. They are simplistic, authentic and amazing. :classic::thumbup:

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Again a great pice of excellence .. Looking realy as goog as the original ones.

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