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  1. Hello everyone! This is my second MOC with digital instructions: Bowler EXR-S. It uses the same Power Functions setup as in previous model (2 L-motors + servo motor), and it has more simple drivetrain compare to my previous F-150 build. Independent suspension front and rear (front suspension is the same of F-150). Openable doors and hood, and very simple interior. This project is pure digital for me because I dont have all neccesary parts in right color to build real one.Free PDF instructions for the white version are available for download on Rebrickable site( Future updates will come soon. Chassis Orange version (work in progress)
  2. Hello everyone, let me introduce my latest creation. Ever since I get 42093 corvette I had an idea to disassemble it and use all this parts to create something playable and offroad capable. This 1:15 model of legendary F-150 truck was made with Power Functions elements and Sbrick for future truck trial competion or just for indoor fun (because of the weight (1250 g) I think this is not very competitive truck). It was a long project for me because of time constraints so I had started it before LEGO release their bigger one. This model has 4WD transmission with 2 L-motors driving each axle separetly (driving ratio - 3,5:1), servo motor for steering. Front suspension is independent double wishbone, rear is live axle with panara link. The model has openable doors, sunroof, hood and tailgate. Instructions in pdf were made in Stud io (my first experience with this software so it took a long time). Link for instructions: Also I created some additional color options with available parts. I hope to add instructions for those and the video with the orignal orange one later.
  3. It was very difficult to place this motor, it turned out not quite right, since the motor was pushed deep into the base (in the original, it was pretty much hung behind the front axle). Here you go! Sorry for no english subtitles but in the video I basically repeat the text published here.
  4. Hello everyone! Here is my entry for the contest by LTR "Car's Life" which was arranged in August-October. The Audi 80 Avant is a family wagon. The dimensions of the model are 40x16x13 cm. Engine - in-line, four-cylinder (longitudinal arrangement). Transmission - 2 speed + neutral. The suspension is independent, double wishbone. Four-wheel drive with three open differentials (2 on axles and 1 center). Body features: - opening hood; - 4 doors with working locks and stoppers on the front; - opening trunk; - adjustable side mirrors. Interior features: - working steering wheel; - adjustment of the front seats with fixation; - sunroof with position fixing; - passenger compartment; - sun visors; - rear row armrest. And some modifications... Audi 80 Avant Rallycross Major changes: - wide racing wheels for low-profile tires; - new body panels, aerodynamic body kit; - redesigned front suspension, extended rear suspension arms; - roll cage, racing seat; - new steering wheel, steering rack and dashboard; - a radiator in the trunk, a new exhaust.
  5. Instructions for Mustang v.0.1(without partlist):
  6. Thank you, this is only color I have in such amount
  7. Yes, I understand and I think maybe it's eazy to fix by moving the black axle and pin connector closer to the wheel, I will try it later. Thank you for pleasent comment, Sheepo's works are great and incomparable.
  8. Thanks Lox, your works is something special, so I apreciate that It's only a chassis for now, a lot of work haven't done yet.
  9. Sure, but I need time to assemble chassis and make a robust construction of whole car. I haven't decided yet what it will be.
  10. Our admins are holding new Bodywork competition in Lego Technic Russia community. I've decided to participate in it and this is my entry. Features are: openable doors, hood and trunk; some details in interior; detachable body; no suspension; simple steering without working steering wheel. In future maybe I will make a good RC or manual chassis for this body, but in this case I will have to disassemble my FWD chassis for Honda Civic project (McPherson front suspension, rear multilink (sort of) suspension, moving by two L-motors and steering by servo with working steering wheel). So what do you think about it? Mustang: More photos: Honda chassis: Video: