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  1. EvilEnderman

    BuWizz Buggy - WIP

    Did some tinkering, and this is what I came up with. A lot quicker, wheelspin on carpet on normal BuWizz speed. Now that I know this works better, I'll rethink the design tomorrow
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    BuWizz Buggy - WIP

    did a test with just the motor and no gears, way less friction!! Going to rebuild this quickly...
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    BuWizz Buggy - WIP

    Haven't had any issues yet with gears skipping, but I do wonder how much power I lose through friction. I've thought of rebuilding it, smaller, with the motor directly powering the driven axle, perhaps I could do a 4x4 with a buggy motor on the front and rear, with some sort of live axle suspension. Would I need two BuWizz battery packs to get the most out of the two motors? I hear they can trip overcurrent protection if you push them too hard...
  4. Bought a BuWizz the other week, and now I can't stop experimenting with it... Here's a little buggy I made with the lego buggy motor and a PF servo motor. The mission objective was to make it as rigid as possible. Thus, the bodywork is designed to remain put when abused, and so aesthetics weren't my first concern. On first testing outside, this thing is an absolute beast. Waiting for the weather in the UK to become reliably good and then I'll get some killer videos For more pictures, see my Bricksafe page: https://bricksafe.com/pages/Ender/buwizz-buggy The front suspension uses the soft high travel suspension mechanism from my previous Dune Buggy MOC. I added those yellow 5l bars in order to make it look like something is happening, because the mechanism with the actual springs is highly concealed. Suspension demonstration: Gearing: Will post an update soon!
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    Allen Bradley Micro830 PLC

    Apologies for choosing the wrong category. Free instructions can be downloaded from the link below: https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-139751/EvilEnderman/allen-bradley-micro830-plc-11/#details
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    Allen Bradley Micro830 PLC

    it's a 1:1 scale model of the infamous industrial computer. For electronics nerds, see here: Teardown of a similar PLC in the Micro800 range
  7. Hi all, After watching the film last night, thought I'd get the bricks out. Featuring: – Autorotating rotor – Fake 4 cylinder engine with propeller providing foward thrust – Main rotor can be tilted forward and back using the joystick. – Rudder can be controlled via pedals or HOG on rear. Image: Youtube Video: https://youtu.be/Fbz9fZpYb1A Free instructions: https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-138374/EvilEnderman/madmax-2-style-autogyro/#details
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    Toyota Aygo MkII 7 Wide

    As I drive one of these, thought I'd try and build on in stud.io. For a mere 69bhp, they're pretty fun It was fun to make too, a lot of interesting techniques had to be used to pull off all the angles... Free instructions on Rebrickable: https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-137491/EvilEnderman/toyota-aygo-mkii/#details Available in 7 colours: EDIT: Added new pictures with the updated design - Instructions also updated for a smoother building experience. Model pictured is UK spec, but can be easily converted to left hand drive. Seats two minifigures, as long as they've got their hands pointed out the windows lol! Some sacrifices had to be made to pull this off, I don't like the studs on the hood, but until LEGO release any better bits, I can't think of a better way to do it.
  9. Hi all, My latest MOC is a helicopter from 42111, featuring: Cyclic and collective rotor control Spinning main and tail rotor via HOG at rear Retractable rear landing gear Instructions on Rebrickable: https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-136230/EvilEnderman/42111-helicopter/#details EDIT: here's a youtube video of the mechanism
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    8 Wide Astro Van 1998

    Finally got the bits to build the lowrider version... Instruction sequence have been updated after building lowrider chassis physically
  11. looking good! all it needs is some chrome wheels lol
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    Peel P50

    Thought it would be fun to build something mini, so the P50 is a prime candidate. Some crazy techniques as usual, check it out on rebrickable for free. https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-133273/EvilEnderman/peel-p50/#details Pro sticker sheet from mattsbricksmocs
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    8 Wide Astro Van 1998

    Smoked some chronic and figured it out. https://bricksafe.com/pages/Ender/astro-lowrider https://bricksafe.com/files/Ender/astro-lowrider/astrored.png/800x576.png https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-133507/EvilEnderman/astro-van-lowrider-upgrade/#details Free instructions for chassis
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    How do you start your Speed Champions MOCs?

    This is what I do. Then decide what wheelarch peice to use, then I find blueprints of the vehicle, put it into a GIMP file, overlay the wheel assembly with technic bricks made in Stud.io over the image, and use that as a reference for scaling. The rest rinvolves thinking what bricks I need to have, where, to acheive the desired look, and what crazy hair brained LDU offset trickery I have to do to acheive them. I did go for that particular base in one MOC of mine, as it allows you to do the effect you did with the brackets affixed to the side as sideskirts. For smaller cars, that plus the jumper offset they have for the interior is very useful.