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    RC Buggy Motor

    Thanks for the info. I am tempted to try this out.
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    RC Buggy Motor

    That's cool ! Is this with regular PF battery box and V1 IR receiver ? I used to think that the buggy motor (or the clone monster motor) would need a driver with higher current capacity. It will be great if the monster motor works like this with regular Lego PF.
  3. Totally agree. I would love to see more sets and MOCs at this scale.
  4. Yes, it looks fantastic ! The mix of colours and the stickers make it look a lot more exciting.
  5. The sole purpose of this set is to reduce the price of the red mudguard on bricklink. It has no other reason for existence May God bless it with heavy discounts.
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    [REVIEW] 42101 - Buggy

    I am afraid the half bush may fall off after a few days of play.
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    [moc] rc/manual plum picker

    Very cool MOC. Lots of functions in a compact model. Also, very playable being both RC and manual. And the gearbox is meaningful because you can see it's effect as it opens up the various functions. This is what I want from Lego, not monstrous 4000 part sets or supercars with gear crunching gearboxes for speed change. This is classic Technic and I really hope to see it on Rebrickable at some point in the future.
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    New train wheels tested by me

    That's the crux. Current wheels run fine when they become old. I very much doubt new wheels will have the same longevity.
  9. Yes, and this set has one of the best official B-model as well. For those who enjoy rebuilding, it is one of the best set in recent years.
  10. It could be due to gear play, but it's more likely because of how the servo is connected to the pinion gear. If the servo is directly connected to the pinion (via an axle), the rack will be properly centered keeping the wheels straight. Alternatively, if you put one intermediate gear, then the pinion will be off by half a gear tooth, so the rack can not center. Summary is ... you have to connect the servo directly to the pinion, or via an even number of intermediate gears. (Odd number of intermediate gears will cause misalignment by half a gear tooth, which is enough to make the car drift slightly to one side). This is a problem with the PF servo since it has an absolute "zero" position. With new Control+, we can hopefully set the zero wherever needed.
  11. I am totally fine with 8 wide if TLG promise to not use stickers anymore for the car's features. But unfortunately, it looks like the Huracan already uses stickers for headlights
  12. Nice to see an unconventional C model ! Should be a lot of fun.
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    Lego IR Reveiver (v1) upgrade

    I tried that once, but stopped at the breadboard prototype. Used the Lego IR receiver's output PWM to trigger external H bridge. Used a transistor based circuit to switch 9V voltage level to 4.5V for both direction and PWM of external bridge. My external bridge supported upto 20V/6A, so I had some fun driving an L motor at higher voltages. But I chickened out at 15V. All Lego motors are too expensive for sacrificing to science
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    GBC General Discussion

    Very cool ! Awesome idea to have "working" planes and helicopters !
  15. I think the fake gearbox is rather nice. Besides, its no dumbo ... it also has some clever construction. So my vote is