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  1. TheHypaaa

    Gears-efficient gearbox

    Wouldn't the odd and even gears need to be seperated in order to be able to switch gears using the Bugatti shifter? Right now the sequence would be 1-3-2-4 or not?
  2. TheHypaaa

    [WIP] 2019 Formula 1 car (help wanted)

    Ah very good to know, thanks! Very helpful for my intention.
  3. TheHypaaa

    [WIP] 2019 Formula 1 car (help wanted)

    I looked that up already earlier and found a post on here from some time ago and I think Jim said that it doesn't actually increase stiffness due to the fact that the coefficient of the spring doesn't change or something similar.
  4. TheHypaaa

    [WIP] 2019 Formula 1 car (help wanted)

    Thanks a lot! I think I think I habe an idea of what I could do.
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    [WIP] 2019 Formula 1 car (help wanted)

    Thanks, yes those are the yellow springs. I sadly don't have the red ones but I think the difference would not be enough to make a significant difference :(
  6. Hello, I haven't really posted anything before so I'm not excatly new but regardless: Over the last few months I've gotten really in Formula 1 so I decided to try to recreate the unique suspension that is used nowadays. The primary difficulty being that modern lower wishbones are mounted on the same height as the wheel mounting and the upper wishbone closely above that. I think I have succeded in doing so (in the front and the rear) but I have a new problem now: Considering that the chassis part where the wishbones attach to can't be very wide or high, I can't think of a way to increase the stiffness of the suspension setup. Right now the suspension is too soft, it can only handle about 150g of force before beginning to compress which wouldn't be enough when the whole 1:8 car is completed. So if anyone has an idea or suggestion of how to increase the stiffness I would be very grateful! I also have an .lxf file of the build (red colored is the most up to date one):!AmTylFNEfzF2hNAS890w5GgEc4NJRg?e=8LBLW6
  7. TheHypaaa

    LEGO Technic Supercar Auction

    Pagani Huayra by any chance?
  8. Sorry for bumping this topic but I created @sm1995 's paddle shifter in LDD if anyone wants to build it too. I'm not 100% sure if this is completely correct but it's the best I could do from just the video. I also modified the center axle to go 2 studs deeper so that it's possible to attach an output axle. Anyways here is the link for the LDD file:!AmTylFNEfzF2grV3fY09IF1yOQazxQ
  9. Is there any advantage to the new yellow driving ring extension other than the reduced slack?
  10. TheHypaaa

    42083 - Bugatti Chiron

    As has been stated many times before, please don't post any leaked images in this thread!
  11. TheHypaaa

    42083 - Bugatti Chiron

    Ah I didn't know that. Thanks!
  12. TheHypaaa

    42083 - Bugatti Chiron

    Am I the only one that finds it weird that the rear axle is mounted exclusively on what appear to be friction pins?
  13. TheHypaaa

    Didumos69's Breadcrumbs

    With a pair of pliers I imagine. It works really well and does not damage any components.
  14. Awesome but what part is that rear 1L beam attached to? The same part as the front bush because how does it not fall out then?