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  1. I don’t have any detailed pictures of the mechanism. I checked your post about the 10212 Mod and I can give you some tips. It’s a bad idea to attach the L-Motor the way you showed in your last post. Place the motor in the center of your model. Take a look at book 1, page 23 of the 10212 instructions. The gearboxes and the 1x11 Liftarms are important parts of the mechanism. The gearboxes create the needed torque to keep your wings in place and you need the 1x11 Liftarms to attach the wings. In your case I would remove all four gearboxes and the two 32324 Technic Bricks and replace it with the following custom gearbox. Maybe you need one more gearbox and motor on the opposite side too.
  2. Thank you very much for your kind words. As you can imagine, a lot of work went into the cockpit design. I’m sorry to tell you that I’m not going to post any detailed photos of the building techniques I’ve used.
  3. Hello Everyone! I have modified my Marshal Banana Tydirium Replica. New cockpit, completely closed hull and motorized wings. I have also modified the thrusters, wing cannons and the air vent section. The open gear section of the wing attachments bothered me for quite some time and I’ve finally come up with a solution to close the hull. I had to redesign my motorization of the wings and I got it done without sacrificing the minifig interior. The new cockpit has now a nice curved surface with slightly angled sidewalls which run smoothly all the way to the back of the cockpit. For more Mod-Details and comparison between the shuttles watch my Flickr-Video.