Hello everyone, this is the latest work of MTC lego studio:AZURA LMP2 Racing Car Designed by CrMo2001
Here are detailed introductions to this work:
-Long 47,Wide 21 (Lego unit)
-2 × “control+ L motors” for propulsion
-1 × “control+ L motors” for steering
-LEGO Bluetooth control module
-Front and rear independent suspension
-Technic parts build chassis, Brick parts build appearance
When designing this car, there are two main points, one is the suspension, the other is the appearance.
The size of CONTROL+ components is very large, while LMP racing car is very low, so the Bluetooth hub is put in the middle, the front bridge module is on the front side, the drive motor is placed on both sides, and the layout of the rear bridge module is on the rear side. Otherwise, the height will exceed the limit and the appearance production will be affected.
In a real LMP car, the driver's seat is not centered but, by habit, left or right. So I put the driver's seat on the left and the steering motor on the right in a symmetrical position. The CONTROL motor has a built-in code disk, so the L motor can be used as a servo motor and can be customized with Powered UP.
The motors on both sides drive the wheels on both sides respectively, and the transmission systems on both sides are independent. This also eliminates the differential. The power of the motor is first transmitted to the middle shaft through four 16-tooth gears, and then to the wheels. To prevent transmission interference, 16 teeth on both sides are staggered by 1 unit.
For the design of the exterior, I pay more attention to the continuity of the lines of the vehicle. In some places, in order to better shape the curved surface, the Technic parts are used. Brick parts are not dominant in the construction of some complex curved surfaces, but cylindrical and flat surfaces are basically preferred. I made my first attempt to add a clear windshield to the MOC. The windshield comes from 76139 (1989 Bat Mobile), and a black printed vertical line in the middle is worn away. In practice, the windshield is slightly lower in height and the front is too steep. But I couldn't find a better one than to 3D print one.
Here is a more detailed picture, hope you can enjoy it.
The LMP race car has a drop-shaped cab, which I tried to recreate with Lego.
Some airflow channels are left on the side.
Front and rear
The Building Insitructions will be released in the near future, so stay tuned!
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