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[MOC] Porsche 911 Powered Up

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42109 set inspired me to create something more interesting. And I ended up building Porsche 911 using Powered Up elements from the set. It is fully compatible with Control+ app. Final drive ratio is 3:1.

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Great job on this porsche:thumbup:  Good that you managed to fit in all powered up components without them standing out too much.  Plenty of details considering the small scale. Can we expect a video?

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8 hours ago, vectormatic said:

That looks really good, how fast is it with that final drive?

About 3.5 km/h. Fast enough to hit all the furniture in the room. :D

8 hours ago, T Lego said:

Great job on this porsche:thumbup:  Good that you managed to fit in all powered up components without them standing out too much.  Plenty of details considering the small scale. Can we expect a video?

Thanks. In order to save space I was forced to exclude a differential from the build. I'll record a video as soon as I get a good weather outside.

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That looks plenty quick for a model of the scale, i might be misjudging the scale, but it looks a good bit quicker then 3.5kmh

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16 minutes ago, vectormatic said:

That looks plenty quick for a model of the scale, i might be misjudging the scale, but it looks a good bit quicker then 3.5kmh

In theory max speed should be 4.84 km/h. But the model is definitely slower.

(198rpm/60)*3*43.2*π/0.001=1.344 m/s

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I'm really impressed at how recognizable this model is, considering the scale it's built.

Are you considering making instructions? If so, I could help. 

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Very nice model! I would love to get instructions or a LDD model of this!

Guess it should be possible to modify it to fit with the 42098 car transporter... That would be cool!

-ED-

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