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  1. It's this part : It seems that this part don't exist (as a 4.5 cm long one), It might have been a pneumatic hose that was cut manually. I don't really know, as some of my parts are older than me :D
  2. So if I understand correctly, when the servo rotates, the rotation goes through the fifferential, as this one is locked in place by this part . And when the servo returns to center, the differential housing rotes, as the friction on the 90° Steppr is greater than the one needed to make the differential move. Anyway it's quite interesting. I might try to build it to understand how it exactly works.
  3. I can only agree ! Yes they are hard to come by. I had the chance to find 8461 not that expensive a while ago. Then I started to wonder if the blue version was possible. I was quite limited by the parts aviable. For the C pillar, they have the right shape I think. But concerning the rear fender, I agree, they look better on original version.
  4. As It's a Subaru, It has to be made in blue. I tried to keep every feature in it. So the doors, hood and trunk still open. I also used metallic silver exhaust, they look better than flat silver ones. This is now the third aviable color for this Moc. It's by far the one that needed the biggest amount of reworks. It's also the most expensive bodywork out of the three. But it isn't the most expensive version, as it's a manual on. I'm now waiting on the new ninjago set to bring me the wheels in metallic gold :)
  5. That's why I said "were" When I made the withe version, the part was ~10€ and there is like 40 in the original bodywork… So way too expensive. Now it's doable.
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    Technic Model Comparison

    20 year between two helicopters. Roughly the same number of parts (~330)
  7. The main problem is that there are modifications on the design, as some parts, just don't exist in white I.e : And other were way too expensive :
  8. Considering how I made them, it will be quite hard to do, and I don't have that much time right now... But, If you want, I can send you the digital file for the white version, however, there is no instructions in it. By the way, I made a blue version. I will post pictures soon. It's now the third possible color for it. (And by far the most expensive one :D )
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    Your Best Technic Bargains

    I just got 8444 with box and instructions for 17 CHF (15.50 €) I'm on the way to collect every single technic part done in blue :D
  10. Touc4nx

    42122 Jeep Wrangler

    It's the new panel that goes with #21 and #22 panels
  11. Touc4nx

    42122 Jeep Wrangler this parts are back in yellow after 16 years It seems to be 3L beams with stickers…
  12. IIRC, they are exactly the same, with the same problem... There are in my opinion three solutions : Change the hub for custom brick build ones. Make a bad steering geometry. Accept the problem
  13. Will Buwizz motor work with Buwizz 2.0 ? Or is Buwizz 3.0 better for them, because with buggy motors and Buwizz 2.0 I experiment a lot of power cuts. Will Buwizz motor remove this issue with Buwizz 2.0 ? Or is the issue linked to Buwizz 2.0 and therefore will persist with Buwizz motor ?
  14. It's not a set… You can buy instructions on : BUT You have to buy parts on your own, for example on Bricklink/Brickowl etc…
  15. One interesting thing to know is the amount of Mocs that are produced in each subform, and to see the proportions of Mocs that get front-paged…