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  1. Hi! I decided to build a modern, powerful locomotive to my Lego City. I don't want to build a lego monster with extra long, and extra weight, that cannot turn on curves. My goal was to create a traditional lego city locomotive, with the most powerful solution, that can handle with 1 IR receiver. This picture was the idea, but this is not a real train yet. Maybe later Siemens will build same trains. My train has this PF components: 4 PF train engine under the train (1 pieces of 9v motor has rebuilded with PF motor, so with 9V rail don't need batteries) 3 PF cable 1 battery box 1 IR receiver 2.0 The IR receiver can control the 4 engine with maximum output, and can pull, or push ~30 train car easily. Endless: the locomotive based on the set 7938 but needed lot of extra pieces.
  2. Some better pictures: The roof control units: The articulated unit made from hard paper: The compressed air suspension is working fine :)
  3. Finally installed the articulated unit: I will do a good quality video with the functions.
  4. Some paperwork finally. 2 item from this will do the articulate unit. Paper, but flexible, and made without cut anything. It is from 1 piece of hard paper. These are the last parts and finally it's DONE I use pneumatic "T" connectors and technic pins to hold on place the unit.
  5. It is 99,99% done, need only to do a rubber corridor. The size does matter :) Here is a Model Team 5550 for reference size. And the return of the Jedi's:
  6. Just a quick photo, at weekend I make better pictures.
  7. Between 15 and 20 meters pipe have been used.
  8. Nearly end of the projekt: Need only to develop the rubber corridor. All attachment point is done for the corridor, the pneumatic functions work well.
  9. There is a shematic. 3 levels of tubing, with other functions. So not too complicated, but need to test a little bit :)
  10. Here is the tubing between the front and the rear unit. Needed to create a flexible system, that can rotate, when the bus is steering. Can add "multi level tubing" name of this creation :)
  11. I'm in the finish line. All bodywork is ready, only need to finish the difficult tubing. I'm ready with the 1/4 of the tubing, I think. My plan is to finish in this year :)
  12. Under the "hood" I have started the tubing
  13. I know, need a better camera, but here are the pictures about the middle section. On the roof, there are stabilizer arms, such as in the real world :) It is only visual effect, but behave as the real Next step to install all of the pneumatic tubes, I hate it :(