Pas_de_nice

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  1. nice improvement! It looks almost too short or too tall now, but you can probably reduce the height by cutting a little the oil pan underneath...
  2. 42083 - Bugatti Chiron

    @Didumos69, you're totally right, that's why I called it an attempt. Initially I just wanted to check if it was possible to get two rows of pistons closer one from the other than what we can see on the video. Obviously using the technic motor cylinder it is impossible, that's probably why the one from the official video looks way too tall compared to the real engine. Also, I wanted to test the feasibility of having a single crankshaft, because as pointed out by several members here, the one from 42083 is likely to have 3 crankshafts. However I did not spend time to refine the design, it is basically a preliminary sketch where I tried to get all the essential parts where I wanted them to be using the smallest amount of parts. It turned out not so bad so I decided to share it, but did not optimize it at all for structural strength. @Jaromir, I used LDD to model it. I do not plan to build it now, but who knows...
  3. 42083 - Bugatti Chiron

    @JunkstyleGio Thank you, you are definitively better than me for rendering! It looks amazing. Also I just discovered the last LDD update, maybe I should quit and reload the software more often...
  4. 42083 - Bugatti Chiron

    For those interested, I have my version of a W16 single crankshaft here: https://bricksafe.com/pages/Pas_de_nice/w16
  5. 42083 - Bugatti Chiron

    I might share it, but Ldd does not have those curved tiles, so I transferred the design to stud.io to add them and render. Also I am pretty new here, so I don't know how to attach a file larger than 0.1MB
  6. 42083 - Bugatti Chiron

    Thought you guys might like my attempt at doing a W16! It is a bit longer than the one visible on the trailer, but has a nicer look IMO. Of course it has a single crankshaft.