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[MOC] Audi Quattro Group B Rally Car

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Hey everyone,

Here's my newest MOC, the Audi Quattro group B rally car. Hope you guys like it!

48630388458_b7d7fd821f_h.jpgFinal by Teo's Technic, on Flickr

 

It has

-working steering with servo motor

-4x4 drive with 2 x L motors and independent suspension

-two speed RC gearbox

-headlights

-opening doors and hood.

48630893512_3f4a99fd88_h.jpgDSC06195 by Teo's Technic, on Flickr

48630384768_1bd66538d4_h.jpgDSC06203 by Teo's Technic, on Flickr

48630741946_6409f74a57_h.jpgFinal2 by Teo's Technic, on Flickr

48630743111_672b94c845_h.jpgDSC06198 by Teo's Technic, on Flickr

 

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Ferdinand Piëch would approve this.

:thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

That is really cool.

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I really like the look (except the wheels :-D)!

That's really reminiscent to the 8880, 8448 and other models before 2005, where more and more panels were used :-) 

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5 hours ago, J_C said:

Ferdinand Piëch would approve this.

:thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

That is really cool.

Haha thanks :)

4 hours ago, Jundis said:

I really like the look (except the wheels :-D)!

That's really reminiscent to the 8880, 8448 and other models before 2005, where more and more panels were used :-) 

Yeah I started off with the Crane Truck wheels, but i couldn't help using the wide ones.

2 hours ago, jorgeopesi said:

It remembers me at a toy I had when I was a child, very nice MOC with a unique style.

Audi Quattro Majorette

 

 

Thanks! Yeah I can see the resemblance 

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Fantastic model ! Clean lines and efficient parts usage.

Today's MOCs (and sets) have a parts bloat. This is a welcome departure.

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41 minutes ago, iLego said:

Fantastic model ! Clean lines and efficient parts usage.

Today's MOCs (and sets) have a parts bloat. This is a welcome departure.

I really tried to keep the parts down, I'm glad it shows. Ever since my Mercedes G class which I weighed down so much the differential teeth broke, I decided to opt for cleaner building.

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The bodywork is pretty good, I like the Headlights. But why are the Wheels sticking out so much? Was there really no way to get the tires flush to the Body?

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Looks good, somehow also similar to oirginal, 

but I expected to see something really different.

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9 hours ago, Gray Gear said:

The bodywork is pretty good, I like the Headlights. But why are the Wheels sticking out so much? Was there really no way to get the tires flush to the Body?

Originally I scaled the car with the Crane Truck tires, and those are flush, but I couldn't resist using the wide racer tires for the final version.

 

9 hours ago, Jurss said:

Looks good, somehow also similar to oirginal, 

but I expected to see something really different.

Thanks!

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I like the look of this car, with just a few parts.
I think that If you ad a central differential it might work a bit better, as your car is AWD.
And you might have some bump-steer problem as the steering arm isn't parallel to the suspension arm. However it's not really a problem as the car seems to have a short travel.

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On 8/29/2019 at 11:54 AM, Gray Gear said:

Can you post a Pic with the flush Tires please? 

Sorry, I took it apart.

 

On 8/29/2019 at 3:35 PM, Touc4nx said:

I like the look of this car, with just a few parts.
I think that If you ad a central differential it might work a bit better, as your car is AWD.
And you might have some bump-steer problem as the steering arm isn't parallel to the suspension arm. However it's not really a problem as the car seems to have a short travel.

There was a bit of a bump-steer problem, but I used an even lengthed rack for the steering of 8 studs, like in Piterx's Lancia and it helped.

 

On 8/29/2019 at 7:16 PM, MangaNOID said:

Just echoing what others have said... very nice model!

 

On 8/29/2019 at 11:24 PM, dpi2000 said:

This bodywork is oldschool Lego style, I like it.;)

 

Thanks guys!

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