Ngoc Nguyen

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  1. Ngoc Nguyen

    [REVIEW] 42094 - Tracked Loader

    @Jim One thing I'd like you to elaborate, if you can, is how the grapple works. There's a liftarm with red bush, so it's supposed to be a lever of some sort, but how exactly do things move when you push and pull the lever?
  2. Ngoc Nguyen

    [REVIEW] 42094 - Tracked Loader

    Impeccable! Magnifiqué! Somptueux, remarquable, de grande qualité! On another note, I think you should include the blue 20z gear in the highlight part. And another note, if we remove the winch in the back and put a PTO output, we will have a mini tracked Claas Xerion.
  3. Ngoc Nguyen

    Technic 2019 Set Discussion

    It appears Jim has pulled the 42094 review down. Poor guy, must be really tired. And I miss the impeccable, magnifiqué, somptueux, remarquable, de grande qualité front view of the cabin.
  4. And I think the curved 13 panel is worth a mention too. This is the second set after the 42056 to include that piece. Maybe 5x11 panels in orange as well.
  5. Ngoc Nguyen

    [REVIEW] 42094 - Tracked Loader

    The first image cracked me up HAHAHAHA. Wacky model with seat facing the rear and weird claw pose. Is it trying to be a Claas Xerion or sth haha
  6. @Jim You missed the new 10 holes shell panel in orange in the new part section.
  7. Ngoc Nguyen

    [REVIEW] 42096 - Porsche 911 RSR

    Lemme play with some typography and optical illusion to illustrate this set. I learn this trick from the design of a T-shirt in my high school festival. Please pardon the cap and size, as this trick needs the letters to be that way to work. THIS SET IS NOT VERY GOOD LOOKING UPCLOSE.
  8. Ngoc Nguyen

    Technic 2019 Set Discussion

    A review is neither late nor early. It arrives precisely when Jim means it to.
  9. Ngoc Nguyen

    Technic General Discussion

    Erm the supercar in 2019 is the Porsche 42096...
  10. Ngoc Nguyen

    Technic 2019 Set Discussion

    Leak confidential footage from Jim's secret project for the last 2 years!
  11. Ngoc Nguyen

    Technic General Discussion

    Uwe's creations through the year: 2011: Super car 2012: Logging truck 2013: Race car 2014: Volvo Loader 2015: Race car 2016: Super car 2017: Tow truck 2018: Race car 2019: Super car It makes me wonder why Uwe designs that many cars. Like, does no one else in the Technic designer team wants to design a car. Or maybe Uwe is just too good at designing cars that whenever there is a car in the product lineup the job automatically goes to him. The only exception is the Bugatti, which goes to Aurelien, which kinda makes sense because the brand is French and Aurelien is French. Other than that, it feels like a common occurence in workplace: when you're just so good at doing sth that you're stuck doing it for a long time. Or maybe there are some people that are interested in designing cars, but they don't dare to snatch it from Uwe. Kinda like why Milan said he would never take up a motorbike set, because some other guys would kill him. Or maybe all of the above.
  12. Ngoc Nguyen

    Technic 2019 Set Discussion

    There is one set that is like that *wink wink*, but I guess Jim wouldn't be too happy if I mention it again (Jim please don't take this seriously I dont mean any blame)
  13. Ngoc Nguyen

    42096 Porsche 911 RSR

    Oh wow there really is a gap. At first I thought there was black panels there. Thanks for the enlightenment. But still, the real car hides the gap really well. The Lego version doesnt
  14. Ngoc Nguyen

    42096 Porsche 911 RSR

    I don't get what you mean. Did you mean "the gap behind the front wheel is a part of the original car design" or "the continuity behind the front wheel is a part of the original car design"?
  15. Ngoc Nguyen

    42096 Porsche 911 RSR

    My main gripe with the aesthetic is the big gap behind the front wheel, under the front wheel arch. It breaks the continuity of the flow. Compare with the real thing. Oh and I found the blueprint.