Void_S

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  1. They are some things in our world that can't be bought and I'm sure that the honor and respect are some of them. Well done and thanks again for the great co-operation with @1963maniac! You fully deserve all the greetings! By the way, @Milan, can we ask you to add the link to the new instruction to the HOF post? It must be presented here, if the authors don't mind, off course.
  2. But it doesn't have any signs like Big Porsche and Chiron. I'd say that it's a 1H half-flagman rather a supercar. And 2H according to rumours is UCS McLaren Senna (how I wish something else )
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    Technic 2019 Set Discussion

    Right. I believe that there should be some allowed minimal offset and some things that exceeds that are should fail a QC check. I'd really contact them, even just a feedback on print quality is awesome.
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    42096 Porsche 911 RSR

    The gap: it provides a better brakes ventilation (and colling) taking out the heated air, plus a bigger downforce for the front axle (like the "elevated" tail with air diffuser for the rear axle) because an extra air exhaust makes a lower air pressure to stick to the road surface. It doesn't look great, yeah, but the sports cars moto is performance over the visual appearance, not vice versa.
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    42096 Porsche 911 RSR

    YESSS! Thank you! I wonder why it was still a hot topic despite it has been proved several times already that it's a part of the original car design. As for the set in general, it looks like 42039-42077 in terms of a way big possibilities to add all and every thing that you want: Tiltable steering wheel: replace a couple of parts and its done! In-built jacks: + four small pneumatic cylinders or actuators and some tubes or axles Tunable rear suspension (height and/or stiffness): + two small pneumatic cylinders or actuators and some tubes or axles again And some joky moment... Have anyone ever saw a cheap Porshe?
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    42096 Porsche 911 RSR

    Large + licensed model + parts count + GT / RSR / Pro etc. Taking into account all these things any transmission will raise the price even higher making it just similar to 911 RS3 that is pointless.
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    42095 Remote Control Stunt Racer

    It is, partly but is as a good compromise between the range and integration: they both allows a way better control on up to 60meters distance, that is more than enough for fragile and expenses stuff, but Bluetooth is way better in terms of multi-sources and multi-receivers combinations, as it's a good and secure protocol that can be used with seems to every mobile device. 2.4Ghz radio is unfortunately so unique to be used with mobile devises and programmable software. LEGO is not for "just RC-ing" (and they never pretended to be them - remember "no outdoor use!" signs) but much more and the coming PowerUp will show it.
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    42095 Remote Control Stunt Racer

    As I remember, the issue was for two L motors connected to the single receiver output, so now for 1-1 connection there is no needing for v2.
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    42096 Porsche 911 RSR

    U-joints (aka universal joints or cardan's) are flexible connections that allow the axles to be tiled. You can find them (4L, the old ones) at your picture of the Blue Model Team roadster.
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    42096 Porsche 911 RSR

    I believe we may try to use x1825 for the rear tires: the real 911 RSR has a bit "fatty" rear tires. As for a suspension authenticity, yes, there is no a compact way to make McPherson suspension. Additionally, the torsion suspension or sway bars are seem to be illegal in TLG terms as they use the axles play that may cause some damage or deformation to them. So they can't afford using them in official models and have to use the existing parts. Or invent something new once.
  11. Yes, but talking about the scale, these modes must be 7L wide: 6 too narrow, 8 too wide - I tried some ways to make them more "correct". Then it will require a lot of completely new molds, including the odd-wide windshields. Also, taking into account the even-wide tradition for System-based models, it may make them a finance fault (very expensive to sale + too expensive to produce). By the way, I love how the TLG managed to make the F40 Ferrari. It perfectly matches my MOC, so I'll share some hybrid version lately that makes it more authentic
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    Technic 2019 Set Discussion

    Right, plus this photo is a real 911 RSR interior, by the way, so it has no anything "well-known" comfort stuff inside but only some LEDs, switches and air conditioning outlets (yeah, it's too hot inside).
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    42096 Porsche 911 RSR

    @dimaks13 found the inner interior image and posted in the 2019 set thread, so I prefer to put it here. I would till the steering wheel upward if it's not tillable already - I suppose that it could be an universal joint between the Steering wheel and a tan gear.
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    42093 Corvette ZR-1

    Well, yes... The wider ones (old) would work better for the rear axle of A and B models both.
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    42093 Corvette ZR-1

    Here they are: 30699