Filipe128

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  • Birthday 04/30/1999

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  1. Finally after many weeks of waiting for parts, I built the McLaren! It was a really interesting building experience and it was good to see the use of techniques not commonly used by TLG.
  2. Is it possible to redo this step? I think it might be very hard to remove that axle 5 once it goes in so if I may, I suggest replacing it with an axle 7 and a bush:
  3. Also wondering the same.
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    [MOC] Porsche 911 Powered Up

    I'm really impressed at how recognizable this model is, considering the scale it's built. Are you considering making instructions? If so, I could help.
  5. Right, the only advantage for me would be making good use of the 42100 inventory, but I see many problems with it, starting with the fact that there are no extension cables and there's a 4 motor limit per hub.
  6. Do you think it's easy to retrofit the RC version with the new Control + elements or would it require sacrificing or changing important structural or design elements?
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    [GBC] The Akiyuki Project

    Thanks for the tip, I wasn't even aware of that.
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    Help needed for an assembly

    What's the big deal about creating a new topic anyway? @bj51 when you can't figure out a solution for a problem, the best thing is to do is to change what's causing the problem in the first place. If you can't do that either, I think the solution you already found is quite good and not as bulky as it might look, especially compared to the scale of the model you're building. I was also thinking about using an 11L liftarm but changing the way it attaches to the body. Maybe interrupt the 13L DBG liftarms and use jumper plates to attach the liftarm, would that be possible?
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    Help needed for an assembly

    Do you need the first 2 holes at each end to remain free or just the first one?
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    Help needed for an assembly

    Maybe there's a way to use axles and connectors but also be resistant to traction and compression forces applied along the axis?
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    [GBC] The Akiyuki Project

    I wonder if anyone who built the Hockey Stick Lift module had this problem which I tried to demonstrate in this video: The motor is struggling periodically at some point of the movement but I can't identify what's causing this. I've checked for errors in the build but I couldn't identify any problem, and as far as I can tell, in the original Akiyuki video the motor doesn't seem to struggle at any point of the movement. Thank you (Just a reminder I am selling this module to be able to build others, if you're interested please contact me).
  12. Very beautiful machine, how robust is the arm given the studfull construction?
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    [REVIEW] 42104 - Race Truck

    It's a great improvement from the previous pull-back sets.
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    [GBC] The Akiyuki Project

    Can you please send me a personal message?
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    [GBC] The Akiyuki Project

    Can you please send me a personal message, so we don't bother the rest of the topic?