kbalage

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  1. @Holodoc you can see the performance with L motors here :) Updated the first post with the 42094 video review.
  2. kbalage

    Technic 2019 Set Discussion

    Here you go :)
  3. Be prepared for some tinkering if you want to use them, the rear ones does not fit and with the front ones applied the steering won't work :)
  4. kbalage

    42096 Porsche 911 RSR

    Since this suspension was already tested and working in 42077
  5. If you check my video you can see a comparison how it looks, but here's an image with those wheels on (the rear ones are not properly mounted as the wheel touches some parts):
  6. Thanks guys, updated the first post with the 42096 review.
  7. I remember that comment but I still have my doubts. If we assume that the Technic version of the PU hub will have similar dimensions, the set would look much better and more balanced without the IR receiver. Additionally with the proportional control of PU the "all time wheelie mode" could be easily avoided to, having a standard mode with ~70% throttle and a boost mode for the wheelies. Would have been also a logical introductory pack for the Technic PU parts with the L motor equivalent. I guess we'll never know but once the Technic hub and the new motors will be introduced my first thing will be to test them with this set to prove my point
  8. I remember that comment but I still have my doubts. If we assume that the Technic version of the PU hub will have similar dimensions, the set would look much better and more balanced without the IR receiver, and the cable arrangement could be better too. Additionally with the proportional control of PU the "all time wheelie mode" could be easily avoided to, having a standard mode with ~70% throttle and a boost mode for the wheelies. Would have been also a logical introductory pack for the Technic PU parts with the L motor equivalent. I guess we'll never know but once the Technic hub and the new motors will be introduced my first thing will be to test them with this set to proove my point
  9. Yeah I guess this is the "stunt" part, easy to control like a rodeo bull
  10. Interesting to see how differently it behaves for you, maybe my floor is not as shiny and tidy as yours For me it did wheelies all the time, regardless of the surface or with/without rubber inserts. The only way to start in non-wheelie mode is to turn first then go straight, but due to the speed it was almost impossible to set the direction properly. Really looking forward to build the B model because so far I'm a bit disappointed with this one, so much potential but the set really cannot use its power.
  11. Very nice review and I have to tell this every time - your photos are still amazing This will be the next one to build once I finish the Porsche review.
  12. kbalage

    Technic 2019 Set Discussion

    Thanks Jim, just let @Sariel know that you transformed the topic he started
  13. My review of 42093 with images, video below: Review of 42095 with 42065 comparison, and the video: Review of 42096 (compared to 42056 and 42077) and the video: Review of 42094, and the video:
  14. kbalage

    Technic 2019 Set Discussion

    If you check it on the German S@H you can buy the PF parts included for 64€. From this perspective I think it is a good part pack :)
  15. Too many downloads, you crashed the server The pdf link works for me btw.