MajklSpajkl

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About MajklSpajkl

  • Birthday 08/27/1982

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    <p> My favourite LEGO theme is LEGO Technic and my most recent set is 42083 Bugatti Chiron. </p>

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  1. I saw this on FB and thought why people post diecast models in LEGO groups - and now I see it is actually genuine LEGO model . Mindblowing looks - congratulations. With no disrespect to many fantastic models out there, I can say that this one beats them all.
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    42114 - 6x6 Volvo Articulated Hauler

    OMG, the horror of the CAB proportions The smart HUB should be somewhere else, now it dictates the roof height...
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    42112 Concrete Mixer Truck

    Anyone knows if this is Bruder licenced? Doesn't seem to have any suspension or any other than basic functions, maybe there is a small fake engine below the cab, but that is it. I quite like it though, but I doubt it would end up in my final budget plan... Water tank...
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    [TC18] Jeep Wrangler JL

    Congratulations for the victory! A really fantastic work! The only downside of the model is missing HOG. It is so good it screams to be pushed around making engine sounds, but indoor steering wheel si not so convenient to control. Maybe you could get an axle from under the steering wheel the way back to the spare tire and make it HOG? Congratulations again
  5. Take it as a countdown to box NO.1 and beginning of the building process. You must take all the boxes out anyway, to get to the instruction booklets.
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    42115 - Lamborghini Sian FKP 37

    Glow in the dark sounds nice, and I am excited by the set. But that final teaser is just plain ugly - what's up with that squashed purple glowing balloon?
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    Kenworth K100

    Fantastic model with very nice details! I love the little diorama as well. A minor note would be that the trucks chassis could use some more thickness/sturdiness between the front and second axle. Overall amazing work! Best regards.
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    42115 - Lamborghini Sian FKP 37

    To your convenience... (Both photos were scaled to 270 cm wheel base, other measures come from that... of course LEGO Sian might be a bit longer, as it seems the front and the rear are a bit dark on the photo,...) EDIT: In fact I am almost sure that on the photo from the box we don't see the whole rear end...
  10. 24: 10 1: 6 53: 4 29: 3 59: 2 32: 1 I am very impressed with what all you came up with! And this is brutal as well... so many fantastic models had to be let down.
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    [TC18] McLaren F1

    Excellent shape overall, to bad it is missing at least a little something that implies front mudguards...
  12. Maybe a two stage voting - first to get top 10 out and then among top 10 for the winners. Both stages same criteria and same points system...
  13. 60 entries so far?! This is an insane number!!! So many fantastic models to leave with no points, how will we live with ourselves?!!
  14. Hello everyone, I ventured a bit into stud.io lately and wanted to have Technic planetary wheel hub 46490c01 from set 42099 so after some investigation and suggestions from facebook and instagram I managed to create three separate parts with all connections between them and "the outer world" as well. Feel free to check it out in my bricksafe folder. I suggest putting all three parts together and group them. The hub and the socket can be rotated independently. I hope you find it useful and would appreciate your opinions, especially if you do find any mistakes in geometry or connections. All credits for creating *.dat files for the parts for LDraw go to @Philo - thank you very much. Best regards, Miha
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    Tensegrity GBC

    Fantastic module and very clean look! I love the lifting mechanism - did you use 3rd party steel balls or are those from LEGO?