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  1. I have not seen so cute and well-built MOC for a while. Good job! Makes me want to build one similalar too. :D
  2. Afterlife update - I tried to make new swingarm, but the original brickbuilt was still better. Maybe next time. I added brakehandles (not documented yet on real thing), designed custom honeycomb-pattern rims, custom fuel tank panels that enable lower fuel tank with custom button batterybox for front and rear lights. https://www.instagram.com/p/CdrBEjCso-t/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link https://www.instagram.com/p/CdrBEjCso-t/?utm_source=ig_web_button_share_sheet http://www.instagram.com/p/CdrBEjCso-t/ Purist update - I have finished the instructions for this MOC, you can find it on Rebrickable.com. It features full PDF guide for the main model, PDF guide for the rear sporty swingarm that enables to use wide Ducati rear tire, and PDF guide for the electric power-module that could be easily swapped with the internal combustion module used in main MOC. I also added there some STL files for custom modifications like legrest-operated shifter link, top panels assembly enabling light module below it, front custom brakediscs, and custom brake handles. There are many colour schemes possible! https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-114955/Horcikdesigns/hdone-custom-modular-drivetrain-motorbike/#parts Enjoy! More photos: https://bricksafe.com/pages/horcikdesigns/tc19-hd-one/-moc-114955-bi-preview
  3. Many great entries, this was tough to choose just six. 24: 10 7: 6 28: 4 19: 3 18: 2 10: 1
  4. @gyenesvi Yes, but then it would be different car without easily swappable body. Most probably also heavier. My intent for this MOC was foolproof chassis without the need of specialized elements. 😉 These tires need custom rims, because it has two different inner diameters for connecting to the rim.
  5. @gyenesvi Thanks! In thos size there definitely could have been squeezed some basic suspension, but then the drivetrain would be much more complicated and less effective (or with slower output). The flex in the chassis provides enough axle articulalation. The custom tires were originally meant for some WPL standard RC car, tgeir outer diameter is approx. 75mm and they are mounted on custom designed and 3D printed rims. @Jundis Thank you, I am glad you like it. The hooks are my own lego compatible design. Then 3Dprinted.
  6. @johnnym - Thanks! Suspension is provided by flex in chassis. There is unfortunatelly no planned expedition right now, but next year should be one. For video footage from 2017 and 2019 see Youtube and use "Kostky Trophy" as keywords. :) I also rendered few pictures with extreme version of this MOC, that I plan to share as Control+ version soon.
  7. Hi, I would like to show you my new toy. It is very simple yet effective RC offroader with modular body, winch, 2PFL motors (easily swappable to C+) and agressive design. It was purpose built for Kostky Trophy event, which is overland expedition (3-5km) with LEGO cars that is organised once per 2 years (approximately) by my LUG. This time I have prepared instructions guide for you. I know, some parts are printed. Can you find all four types of them? ;) All of them are just decorative and not crucial to the assembly or functionality of the MOC. other colour variants are also possible: Almost all colours with fenders available are possible (orange, red, blue, dark azure, lime, white)
  8. @Reeber If you would like to built it without instructions, you can always reverse engineer any MOC from photos, or even try to contact the designer for other possible options how to get the file. But I am almost sure it will not be for free.
  9. HorcikDesigns

    [MOC] TATRA T813 8x8

    @gyenesvi Thanks! Yes, the liftarms in the steering system have axle as pivot, similarly as Madocca1977's Profa Tatra.
  10. HorcikDesigns

    [MOC] TATRA T813 8x8

    Wow, 21 studs is not much. Lookig forward to see it finished (or at least WIP). This one is 26 studs wide (front bumper). I got bunch of the hubs from lugbulk, but this truck uses cheaper "3rd party version". They work well, but needed some tuning.
  11. Hi, I would like to show you my new toy - it is from scratch purpose built Trial Truck inspired by many existing MOCs (mostly by Madocca1977's Profa Tatra in area of drivetrain and steering linkage. The axis of rotation of the halfaxle is not coincident with the driveshaft. It packs modular drivetrain split between front and rear axles. You can choose between 2, 3, or 4 XL motors and very easily connect the two halves - Front/Rear or Right/Left. All halfaxles does have planetary gearbox HUBs in wheels, steering is powered by one L motor. In case you would like to build one yourself, check the building instructions: https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-109209/Horcikdesigns/pdf-8x8-tatra-t813-trial-truck/#details You can see it in action in video below. (video from first race of this years season of Czech Lego technic Truck Trial Championship) - It used there only two XL motors and external custom power source (9.6 NiMH akupack) More photos of this truck could be seen here: https://bricksafe.com/pages/horcikdesigns/tatra-t813-8x8-trial-truck
  12. @Zerobricks Thanks!)) Yes, you're right, that setup would definitely be much better in case I would like to take this truck to it's limits and built it primarily for performance (and had more unused planetary hubs). :D I wanted to avoid the 8t-8t gear combination too, but there was not enough space (and reason, as I built this mostly as showcar for exhibitions) in the chassis for the 24t-24t version. Then I would also go for the new differential as well instead these old ones.