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  1. Semi dump truck

    Wow the solutions are ingenious.
  2. [WIP] Porsche 918 Spyder

    So was able to get the rear end shaped out a bit along with the placement of the spoiler. I am going to run into a issue with how to make it liftable. Here's a picture with the engine cover off. I only have realistically 4 stud length of space between the end of the rear axle and the bumper. This is with a different module that i would use for a PF function version. The regular module included the shift for D N R. I put it in the rear instead of the passenger compartment since the the car only has it electronic. I was able to come up with a solution with the non shift module but i am not sure how i can do it with the other one. Here's a shot of how the 2 modules looks like. I can always just leave out the shifter but would like to have it built with a choice to choose one or the other with out major modifications to the bumper or the spoiler section.
  3. [WIP] Porsche 918 Spyder

    Yeah which is why i would like to have everything in one color but lots of the parts don't come in the same color like the fenders. Yeah i've seen it in life as well. When i was a consultant one of my clients was a porsche dealership. put together their IT infrastructure when they had a brand new shop built by porsche. It was a beautiful car.
  4. [WIP] Porsche 918 Spyder

    Thanks. The liftarms are black due to not having the color in orange. They are on order thou. i thought it would be interesting to have it as part of the paint scheme since the the long fairing doesn't come in orange yet. A quick progress shot. With the major panels in place, I seperated the rear and passanger body to make it easier to rotate it around while building.
  5. [WIP] Porsche 918 Spyder

    Was able to get in some build time to see how the panels fit. With what i have on right now the weight is of the whole thing seems to already equal to the 43056 set. I apologize for the quality of the pictures as i don't have much space right now. Any tips would be greatly appreciated
  6. This is incredible. Will definitely support this on lego ideas. would love to give this to a friend who works in sanitation
  7. [WIP] Porsche 918 Spyder

    Made revisions to the windshield connection and parts of the rear. i believe i have the frame all set so starting on the exterior. Please excuse the colors as i'm working in LDD to test a few items. there are alot of gaps but i believe i should be able to have them filled when i start building If there's any advice/tips for paneling would be great.
  8. [WIP] Porsche 918 Spyder

    I'm not to worried about cornering. The steering rack on the 918 is towards the front of the suspension as well. Also making it module so things are put together similar to how the actual car is built. I have tried the rack behind but it made making the structure firm and easy to take apart troublesome.
  9. [WIP] Porsche 918 Spyder

    A quick update on the frame build. First image is of the various parts. The rest is it all combined
  10. [WIP] Porsche 918 Spyder

    After playing around on some late nights this past weekend i applied what i did to LDD and vice versa. I think i have figured out the best option with the front axle. The structure itself is pretty sturdy and should fit right into the frame. My current progress so far with all the various modules connected together. The one area i won't be able to keep from being its own part will be the windshield. Once i shore up the connection point to the rear end i can start working on shaping the exterior and figuring out how to connect it all to the frame.
  11. [WIP] Porsche 918 Spyder

    Thanks for the advice. I didn't even realize there is no support there. Went ahead and did some changes to brace the upper arm and the bottom arm. In the process i had to move the shock positions. I'm going to try this out and see if there is enough structural strength when i attach it to the body
  12. [WIP] Porsche 918 Spyder

    Its a 4 Speed gear box Current finding solutions for the front axles. The single Shock setup was too soft. Also with the redesign of how the front axles connected, I needed to make the axles attach not as one whole piece but in seperate parts. after a couple of tests this is what i came up with it seems to be stiffer but i haven't made sure the connection points to the frame will be strong enough or if the steering rack will be fine.
  13. [WIP] Porsche 918 Spyder

    Alot of tinkering the past few days. This is slowing turning into a car that will have multiple modules. In the last version of the rear pod, the rear axle was from Didmous's rugged super car but with out the 42056 shocks. I noticed it couldn't support the weight. So thought about making a variant of the 42056 axles instead. In the process. i ended up making the rear pod module as well. This would allow me to try out different rear axle configurations easily as long as i follow the 6 mount points This is the only good picture i have so far.
  14. I really love the ease you have designed on putting all the modulate together
  15. Lamborghini Veneno

    A incredible and beautiful build.