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  1. syclone

    42110 - Land Rover Defender

    unfortunately the solution has already been invented yet not used officially: (this part has been around for 25 years now ) The set seems like a good parts pack (all the new transmission parts + suspension components). Hopefully there will be more sets using that colour and it won't be a one off as the 42069
  2. Imo one of the most beautiful cars ever made. Very interesting solution with the turntables, the engine bay seems to be spacious and well detailed so far. Will be exciting to see the end result
  3. syclone

    Tiger 6x6

    It reminds me of Nissan Juke with those headlights Seems to be a crazy beast so far, hook arm seems to be a fitting add-on.
  4. syclone

    [TMC] 8081 QB

    QB stands for quick build - this was a veeery fast paced build (overall build time 7-8 hours). The outcome is proportionally ugly and unfunctional. Front independent suspension, rear floating(?) axle [9398 style], v6 engine sped up with 1:2334 gear ratio from rear wheels. Working steering wheel and HOG. Hood, doors and trunk openable. Crude interior with 2x blue seats. Cya later!
  5. syclone

    [WIP] Subaru Impreza WRX STI

    Looking fantastic! Absolutely love the pearl effect on painted wheels An easy way to get the rare black pins (come on TLG, not that hard to make them again instead of the colour vomit guts) is to cut 1 stud off the axle on 18651 (done that myself ), which are very common nowadays (1 cent per part on BL)
  6. syclone

    42110 - Land Rover Defender

    Simply says "defender". In regards of the set, the functionality, small package and reasonable price point really make me want to buy this set (hadn't bought anything new for the last 2-3 years) but the overall design (last decade cars are not my cup of tea), colour choice and the unbearable colour vomit inside are really putting off, but I don't think it is enough so as not to buy one eventually. And new deep wheels, albeit still W I I I D E.
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    Planetary hub internals

    New parts, same limitations... However I don't think grease will have any issue - PF ( and older motors) don't tend to need regreasing after years of service. Even so, it is sad to see so much investment produce somewhat underperforming (at least it seems so) products. Or maybe certain lego motors from 2006 are too OP for 2019 new gen stuff
  8. syclone

    [MOC] RC Small Red Roadster

    It is 1:15 scale (I think) so there's quite many - most cars with 43.2 wheels could fit there. In regards of the driveline - not that it is programmed or replaces exactly a differential, the driveline is split to left and right, so the decrease in one motor's speed (caused by turning) won't affect the other one. Basically the inner motor in a turn will suffer a little but the outer one won't be affected.
  9. Congratulations to the winners! Fantastic contest as always
  10. Here's a bonus cutaway image: Thanks so much for the comments, really happy for it to have an anime vibe ^w^. Tried building a sidecar for it as an alternative to support wheels, but could get over the assymetry and lack of blue parts Maybe a RC "bandit" trike for Harley-Davidson competition on Ideas next up :P
  11. Somehow have missed all the updates, mindblowing creation The "practical" functions as the power windows and AC are a very unique touch, certainly makes this stand out from the trillionth supercar w/ a gearbox! Just insane to see how much functionality has been fitted into this beautiful package
  12. Good Day. Got inspired to build this after an in-game motorcycle from Honkai impact 3rd Original idea was to use 2x XL motors, but it was boring af. Next obvious step were buggy motors - allowing an approximate speed of 10km/h. It could probably pick up a higher speed with BuWizz 2.0's Ludicrous mode, but fast mode of BW v1.0 is enough to topple the bike over when taking high-speed turns. Unfortunately it does require "training wheels" to ride straight, as it would lean on one side without those after taking a curve without those. The bike does feature rear axle suspension, and small wheels have shocks as well. "01" stickers reused from MPATEV, "police" from 42047. Design-wise it belong to the same "universe" as my spaceship and racers - an Axos Police bike used to patrol within city high-speed tunnels and surface operations. Video&photos, C&C very welcome and appreciated))) Cya later!
  13. syclone

    [MOC] 03's Viper fighter

    Small fighter initially developed by Axos for Yaegers during Xion Wars, with some of the wrecked spacecraft rebuilt and modified by the Terra Confederation. Presented version was developed for Yaeger 03. Technical specifications: Power core - Zirum Crystal based, based off leftover Aeromi technology adapted to human tech. While Axos used exclusively stabilised crystals in all tech, the Terra Confederation used artificially enhanced crystals in their modified fighters. Engines - 3 thrusters capable of propelling the Viper to a (factory limited) max speed of 200000 km/s in space. forward-facing thrusters are used for braking. Weaponry - wide range of customisation depending on Yaeger. 03's version had 4 swappable fuselage-mounted barrel guns and 2 swappable wing cannons as well as missiles. Refractor and shield-breakers were installed along with un-disclosed tech. Lore over (for now). This model was an accident most of it's development - it started out during the dissasembly of "Bugeye" , when the 3D panels were placed back to back. The fiting placement of bionicle chestplate as rear part of tail was a pleasant surprise. The Technic looks are missing Technic functionality (only cabin is openable, the main thruster does not rotate for VTOL mode...) but not too shabby in the end. Photos (folder not yet public, but miniatures below can be enlarged)
  14. syclone

    Future Set Wishes and Speculation

    That would be really sweet, specially considering that 12 years ago TLG released a WALKING RC dino (yeah, 4-legged but still, it walked and looked amazing). Never understood why 4958 didn't have a Technic equivalent.
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    Technic 2020 Set Discussion

    @vectormatic Not a fan of the Chiron either (I much prefer the 1999 concept, but the Imo the design of the set isn't really on point - the front specially as it is not consistent with the rest of the car (too many holes compared to the rest) . It'd be nice to get something not recent and more of an iconic model like in the Creator Expert line to attract more audience. And TLG, please no more half baked Corvettes