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[MOC] Remote Controlled Lamborghini Aventador SV

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3 hours ago, Sylvainnnm said:

Would really love to build it  :)
Could you send me the instruction too? 
sylvainn@live.com

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I would appreciate if you shared the instructions of your great work with me to:

myvideo000.hollaender (a) gmail (dot) com

Thanks a lot.

I wonder, if I could replace the motors with a fake v8/10/12 engine and a 4 speed gearbox. So let's try ...

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1 hour ago, myvideo000 said:

I would appreciate if you shared the instructions of your great work with me to:

myvideo000.hollaender (a) gmail (dot) com

Thanks a lot.

I wonder, if I could replace the motors with a fake v8/10/12 engine and a 4 speed gearbox. So let's try ...

Shared, also wondering how the v8 looks on this Lambo. Thanks.

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Thanks a lot.

After briefly checking out the instructions, I guess that the gearbox wouldn't fit, a micro V8-12 in the back could theoretically fit since the motors and the battery box need a lot of space. A HOG-steering would be a challenge as well.

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5 hours ago, myvideo000 said:

Thanks a lot.

After briefly checking out the instructions, I guess that the gearbox wouldn't fit, a micro V8-12 in the back could theoretically fit since the motors and the battery box need a lot of space. A HOG-steering would be a challenge as well.

Think it again, I assume the main purpose of the gear box is to connect the fake engine and the rear wheels, I feel like that if you make it small enough, it can possible fit. That seems to be cool just by imagining it.

2 hours ago, tom1 said:

I'm interested to built it.

My email is matejpeh1@gmail.com

 

 

4 hours ago, azimsu80 said:

I'm interested to built it.

My email is azim.supandi@gmail.com

Just shared to both of you.

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A 4 speed gearbox is at least 5 studs wide with only 3 studs space between the seats. So that won't work.

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Awesome model. Best of luck.

I would like to build the car. If you are willing to share the instructions, my email is criss_255 at yahoo dot com. Thanks!

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3 hours ago, evenfall said:

Awesome model. Best of luck.

I would like to build the car. If you are willing to share the instructions, my email is criss_255 at yahoo dot com. Thanks!

You have it now.

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I love it.  It looks good from every angle in your pictures which in my opinion is hard to achieve.  Interesting as well as built in a different scale to most other Supercar mocs that I have seen over the years.   You may start a new trend.

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2 hours ago, Pvdb said:

I love it.  It looks good from every angle in your pictures which in my opinion is hard to achieve.  Interesting as well as built in a different scale to most other Supercar mocs that I have seen over the years.   You may start a new trend.

Thanks for you support! 

I feel greatly flattered at your compliment. I personally love to create RC cars in this scale, it is big enough to add a lot of details and also small enough for running fast. The current shape is the result of many iterations. My secret is, in the earlier iterations, I like to take off my glasses and check the model from distance, I won't see it very clearly, but if it still looks good, it means the shape is ok to move on to the next level of detail, otherwise, need to re-do this level. The roof is tricky, I had to change the curve from time to time to make it right. And the windshield is the hardest, I am glad that I finally find a way to attach it to the body while the connection is still a VALID Lego connection. (verified with LDD, and it snaps!) 

 

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I would be thankful if you could share the instructions with me too. Time to sacrifice the Bugatti for an Azure (and maybe open top) edition! :moar: (no clue though how this will work out)

xkqwts (a) gmail dot com

 

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1 hour ago, snowbomb said:

I would be thankful if you could share the instructions with me too. Time to sacrifice the Bugatti for an Azure (and maybe open top) edition! :moar: (no clue though how this will work out)

xkqwts (a) gmail dot com

 

Yes, I'd love to share, (you got it now.) and I can't wait what an Azure version will look like. I don't think an open top is possible because the car top is actually the pillar to hold the windshield, without the top, the winshield will fall, unless you can find the different way to do the windshield.

 

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Yeah this is gonna be a problem, but with some modifications i should be able to squeeze in an angled connector. Thanks for the instructions!

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Wow this is amazing! Details and flow of the bodywork is spot on. Tough to do at this scale! Congrats !

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This is an amazing model! I would love the instructions if you are still sharing them.  Stoatrider at gmail.com.

Thanks!

Edited by stoatrider

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55 minutes ago, stoatrider said:

This is an amazing model! I would love the instructions if you are still sharing them.  Stoatrider@gmail.com.

Thanks!

just shared with you. Thanks for your support.

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Wow amazing! It is so real Lamborghini!

My email is gectspecialist@gmail.com

I support lego idea!

Awesome!!!

Edited by TechnicUnited

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23 hours ago, TechnicUnited said:

Wow amazing! It is so real Lamborghini!

My email is ...

I support lego idea!

Awesome!!!

Just shared with you. Thank you for your support!

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