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So the picture here you included here is definitely a little underwhelming... it's small and blurry. But once you click the link and watch the video of the two speeder bikes going around in a circle and through the trees... I was blown away. That's so freaking cool man. BRAVO! How neat!!

Here's the link to the video:

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Just now, PixelProtectors said:

 

So the picture here you included here is definitely a little underwhelming... it's small and blurry. But once you click the link and watch the video of the two speeder bikes going around in a circle and through the trees... I was blown away. That's so freaking cool man. BRAVO! How neat!!

Here's the link to the video:

 

Thanks for the comment😊😊😊

and thanks for the link 😅😅😅

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7 minutes ago, m4st3rt3ch said:

Amazing model :) Is the UCS Kessel Run MF your's, too?

Yes, is Work In Progres🤗

Now I upload a video about the UCS motorized ramp and some more photos

 

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Great idea, love it!

Do you use train tracks or roller coaster tracks in this?


- Samppu

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57 minutes ago, Samppu said:

Great idea, love it!

Do you use train tracks or roller coaster tracks in this?


- Samppu

Thanks a lot
I used Train tracks

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Update with new video
https://flic.kr/p/2ijPEng

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I haven't watched the video yet, but very clever. Thanks for the underneath picture. I've been wondering how people get away with some of these things. Well done!

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On 1/25/2020 at 12:01 AM, Blackfalcon81 said:

Yes, is Work In Progres🤗

Now I upload a video about the UCS motorized ramp and some more photos

 

Most impressive (like most of your MOCs, i love the castles), looking forward to more pics.

 

The pivoting AT-ST is a nice touch, although a bit hectic. How did you motorize it?

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1 hour ago, m4st3rt3ch said:

The pivoting AT-ST is a nice touch, although a bit hectic. How did you motorize it?

The hub and engine are housed in the tree and transmit the movement by a technic axel and connectors. I’m currently learning to program movement and speed😅😅😅

Thanks

 

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