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48 minutes ago, Gray Gear said:

... I wish there was a wheel in 1:8 Wheel diameter and land rover wheel width and offset. That would be perfect.

The Land Rover wheels (rims+tires) actually are in 1:8 scale if to use them on cars: 80mm/10 studs. If you ask me, we need the Porsche wheels + offset, only 2/3 wide.

Edit: not to go too far off-topic: PvdB made a beautiful Koenigsegg a long while ago - in 1/8 scale, judging from the wheels :grin_wub: !

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4 minutes ago, brunojj1 said:

The Land Rover wheels (rims+tires) actually are in 1:8 scale if to use them on cars: 80mm/10 studs. If you ask mee, we need the Porsche wheels + offset, only 2/3 wide.

Yeah, that's right. I was too stupid to remember wheel width makes all the difference when calculating wheel offset. My bad :laugh:

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Another great Koeningsegg from your hand :thumbup:. The body work is smooth (if I nitpick maybe a bit on the cluttered side), it looks solid and sturdy and it has an interesting gearbox concept. Great model :wub:

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Paul, great design!  Looking forward to putting this between the one:1 and the ultimatum. 

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Another excellent project, looking forward to building one day & adding to the Koenigsegg collection.

 Thanks 

 

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This is a really great model with so many things done right! Your suspension and gearbox designs have inspired me to rethink my own models and work towards better and more accurate solutions/designs. I recently tried replicating your designs and what I have works pretty well, great geometries:

jesko_front

Front mockup

 

jesko_rear

Rear mockup

Out of curiosity, were you ever planning on publishing these instructions on Rebrickable? I've always thought of your models as great studies for how to get the most out of 1:10 scale MOCs.  

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Just found this MOC.

I don't care if it looks good or not, it's technic model. With the gearbox and nice suspension. But one can only appreciate the door mechanism after seeing it in action - what is the working mechanism?

Great job!

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