Leviathan

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  • Birthday 11/29/1994

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  1. Hi everyone, Lately, I read topic on Audi R8 from Jeroen Ottens (https://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?/forums/topic/178368-wip-audi-r8/) and it remembers me that I had such a prototype of a sequential gearbox. It's an improved version of my sequential gearbox used on my Bugatti Chiron 1/8, lighter and more compact. I use 4 orange rotary changeover selectors. I just want to say that is only a prototype version unfinished that I wanted to share with you. Please do not judge assembly design, but system core. How does it works ? - The main shat is the center one and it's made the dual clutch shaft - On each side, there is 1 half-gearbox. One with odds speeds (1, 3, 5, 7) and the other one with even speeds (R, 2, 4, 6). - On main main shaft, there is an offset of 90° between the 2 orange changeover. Its engage only at time one of the half gearbox. The real secret of the gearbox is the offset between each half gearbox. I used a factory wheel with 2 pins with tow ball to create this offset. See the picture below : Of course, the gearbox has a end stop to prevents 7 to Reverse shifting. Ratios ; R : 1,2 1 : 0,6 2 : 0,75 3 : 1 4 : 1,67 5 : 1,8 6 : 2,1 7 : 3 The reverse speed is too fast. I worked to an improved version too, smaller that prototype. The arrow shows the right way to shift up. Finally the video to understand the mecanism : I hope you will like it ! See you soon !
  2. Congrats to all participants ! Thank you to everyone for your support. It was a real pleasure to build at this scale. I was not able to vote, but my favorite entrie was @Didumos69 one. I think I saw Ford instructions on Rebrickable.
  3. Hello, Building instructions are available : https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-43369 I used a lot of parts of 42093 inventory Regards,
  4. Leviathan

    [MOC] Lola Aston Martin B09/60 LMP1

    Hello, Building instructions are available : https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-42656 A lot, lot, lot of work !
  5. Leviathan

    [MOC] Lola Aston Martin B09/60 LMP1

    I am not sure to understand ! Do you refer to digital pictures or real one ?
  6. Hi guys, I've a question for you on stud.io. I used #62519 and #62520 parts, like said before on the topic, to get the perfect angle on my building. However, on the part list, the u-joint is shown as a subassembly of the 2 parts before and not as the 62520c01 part. I don't know if I'm clear : What I've on instructions editor on Stud.io : And what I wish : How can I fix that ?
  7. Leviathan

    [MOC] Lola Aston Martin B09/60 LMP1

    Thanks ! I have a lot of difficulties to add rubber belt on studio :(
  8. Leviathan

    [MOC] Lola Aston Martin B09/60 LMP1

    Hi, Instructions in progress ! For those interested by the internal gearbox + shifting system, studio file on rebrickable is now available ; https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-41526
  9. Thank you so much ! Video available :
  10. 9. Lamborghini Gallardo LP550-2 "Valentino Balboni" edition. Quick turn about features : Rear HOG Fake realistic V10 engine Openable doors and trunk Steering radius about 30cm Please, watch pictures in HD : https://www.flickr.com/photos/147164115@N07/albums/72157713841846828
  11. Photos shooting finished, see first post edited, thanks Lightroom ! I hope you'll like it !
  12. Absolutly. The exact version is LP 550-2 Valentino Balboni (Lamborghini famous pilot) But just for fun, with spoiler : Other photos coming soon !
  13. Leviathan

    RC Car Toy Story

    Hi everyone, Here is my last original creation : The RC Car from Toy story movie ! I would like to make a RC car controlled by smartphone and easily recognizable by young people (and older one too...) Features : RWD by 2 L motors Steering by 1 Servo motor Controlled by 1 Sbrick (or 1 Buwizz without bbox) Independent suspensions External switch for power supply Some nice colors I used 2 pythagoriciens triplets to improve chasis stiffness. The car is divided in 3 modules : front, motors and rear In the picture below you can see red bush on 4l axle with stop. It's the switch to power up or down the battery box. I used Anto's buggy motorisation : http:// http://www.techlug.fr/Forum/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=11544 but il replaced 8t by 24t. HD photos gallery : https://www.flickr.com/photos/147164115@N07/albums/72157713497548457 Building instructions are available : https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-39835 I added 3x3 lime dish for the eyes on 3D model : I hope you'll like it, See you soon !
  14. Almost finished Maybe I'll add a spoiler. I will take pro photos this week ;)