Samolot

[MOC] Desert Skidoo

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Desert Skidoo for REY in scale 1:8

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Built especially for Rey, thanks to the appearance of technic panels in new camo colors. Powered by Buwizz, and two buggy motors, it's really fast. The PF servo is responsible for steering. The front has independent suspension, the drive belt also has two shock absorbers. it deflects independently in both the front and rear part. Similar to real skidoo. It is inspired by desert variants of SAND-X scooters.

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[media] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hjUT0kRm6WE [/media]

Length 38 cm
Width 19 cm
Height 19 cm
Weight 800 g

 

 

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Ha! This is epically cool. Wonderful job and excellent use of tan and brown panels. You've proven that there's a place for them in Technic. :thumbup:

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Nice work! This is a cool model. :thumbup: I'm glad Lego has been introducing Technic in camo colors, I've been wanting to see it happen for years! Except ow all my money is going to college....

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I don´t like the no Lego parts but awesome use of panels and very nice offroad perfomance.

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8 hours ago, jorgeopesi said:

I don´t like the no Lego parts but awesome use of panels and very nice offroad perfomance.

Do you mean buwizz ? Because all the rest is 100 % Lego.

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1 hour ago, Samolot said:

Do you mean buwizz ? Because all the rest is 100 % Lego.

You are right and just for that it is not a pure Lego MOC, but only for me.

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5 hours ago, MajklSpajkl said:

I love it! The colour scheme is great. Do the treads slip a lot?

It looks like he uesd the rubber attachments on the tracks

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12 hours ago, Magical Duck said:

It looks like he uesd the rubber attachments on the tracks

I must have missed it...

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