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  1. Apologies , completely forgot it - 6216 it is
  2. Gearing buggy motor

    You can NOT simply speak about voltage, current has also an important role ,I know that even with my limited electric knowledge. It isn't the same having 12v 500mah and 12v 2000mah. High current may burn receivers (specially v1 , v2 seems to be better) even if voltage is in "official" 9v zone. And the 9V and PF motors* ( not RC r neither PF receivers to my knowledge) are actually 12v ones, there have been various tests reaching the limits of them, even here on Eurobricks. But I wouldn't recommend using any lego electric components above the usual voltage , you will shorten their lifetime with or without high current. It's like constantly maxing out the engine in your car , stressing all components and killing it . Also , all TLG motors have internal gearing , which may break under stress ( check video by Desert Eagle here) Anyway , judge by yourself *Note: Buggy motors are in 9V category
  3. Because it uses the (almost) standard accumulators for RC cars , which are in this case 7'2v . And even bricklink lists it as Electric, Battery Pack 7.2V
  4. My only buggy motor is 5016 - and I got it in 2006, so it may indeed be production year EDIT: I have also the Outdoor Challenger (8675) from 2006 , and all RC (7'2v system , not 9V!) components are marked as followed: 7'2v RC motor- 5216 7'2v RC unit- 4216 7'2v RC steering motor- 1226 So this may confirm the production year theory.
  5. One can use the turntables for a planetary gear reduction-rim. Here's some examples
  6. Gearing buggy motor

    Part nº x928cx1. This post shows the steering mechanism Marxpek uses : here. I'm sure you weren't in a death situation when writing , so some more grammar and punctuation effort is welcome. Regarding the RC versus IR discussion: TLG's main target are children , so toys going around at 30-40km/h and breaking parts are quite a hazard , not to mention possible injuries with gears and crashes. Edit: It looks like TechnicSummse beaten it to me
  7. Actually , the 42070 b-model is somewhat similar to the b-model of 8859 (although the recent one is )
  8. Maybe more small (<100€) PF sets (like Ice9, Yellow Fever...). And please , if there is a PF system upgrade , let it be RC (as 8366) , not Smartphone-based (although seeing Boost set I am losing my hope)
  9. Reminds me of Speed Racer. Hopefully there will be enought weekends in fall
  10. If it is what I think it is - OH YES!
  11. Seen this previously on YouTube , amazing machine!
  12. [MOC] JEEP Wrangler Expedition

    Looks fantastic , the colorscheme is just perfect. Do you happen to have any underside shots of this model?
  13. I wouldn't be surprised if that actually happened
  14. [MOC] Peterbilt 579

    In general , good MOC. But: the rear is disastrous, the fifth wheel must be much lower the wheel arches are too rectangular, flex axles could've been used to archieve the curved surface better detailing inacuracies - missing small grille on side of the (hood?), sidesteps too short... Sorry if it's too much, but since this is a representation of a real truck...
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