OnyyX

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    Lamborghini Sian FKP 37

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    Technic, Exotic and import cars, lego cars

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  1. @Gray GearI guess you could have a snoop around on Aliexpress for some 1:8 wheels but like you said there isnt much around for JDM cars. A much more expensive but worth it option would be 3D printing, but you need a printer and some good skills to figure that out. I'm sure you have seen the 'Technic rims" website (Just in case: https://technic-rims.com/collections/all) and you could re purpose some of those but they are mostly exotic and sports car rims, not suited for 90s Japanese cars. The sticker thing is understandable as I do all mine with a4 sheets of paper that I cut out. Its a long ad tedious process and tbh the paper is too thick and I need to find out how to make proper stickers. The blue really does look excellent, after having seen it for some time, ive never seen a lego model that makes me go 'wow' so many times in a row. I did some research and came across that "Guide to buying loose bricks" for Gobricks. I may or may not end up using it but Gobricks is such a useful alternative for something such as changing the body colour on a a car.
  2. @Gray GearWow, what a difference. That blue really stands out compared to the black. The wheels actually look pretty cool with the gold wheels which is quite unexpected. It reminds me a lot of a bayside blue R32 GTR that I saw at a Japanese car show back in February: I watched the video and I have a few questions: 1. Will you be experimenting with different wheels(I think this is an obvious yes but good to ask anyway) 2. Will you be putting a calsonic sticker sheet on it (Probably yes as well) 3. That part where it was showing the excel spreadsheet, was that a parts list for Lego or Aliexpress and where the blue parts Lego or other. I would love to know how you bulk bought all the blue parts (If it wasn't from Bricklink) as it would be very useful for some other builds of mine. Sorry for asking such abstract questions but I am quite curious Thanks
  3. @Gray GearMm, I guess you're right. The rear definitely is higher at the back. You could definitely keep the gearbox(once you add the 4 wheel steering) and the engine as they are pretty much the same. In terms of looking at 4 wheel steering, I think you could get some inspiration from the Technic 8880 set. I think that the steering angle on the rear wheels is a bit less though but thats up to you. Very optimistic idea i believe.
  4. Im a massive fan of the R34 Skyline GTR. Since the body styles are quite similair, I think you could just modify the r32 a bit and make it into an r34. I would love to know if you have a file that can be imported into Stud.io so i can mess around with it.
  5. True. Another colour I would settle for is dark grey, like the Nismo one. Or white maybe. Thanks, is that in like f12 mode or??
  6. Mm true. Idk why but nearly everyone pictures arent loading. Its basically the dark red lego colour. My uncle owns a V spec II in that colour with bbs rims so I was hoping id be able to order one. I might remove the rollcage and bonnet scoop for a cleaner show car look. Nice MOC btw. I made one in bricks in 1:16th scale bc theres legit next to no r32 mocs on the internet bigger than speed champions scale. My favourite is still the r34 tho, so Im hoping someone does that in 1:8 as well.
  7. Could anyone do a body colour swap to a darker red like this one? Im curious on what it would look like.
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    New LEGO Speed Champions 2021 Rumors, Speculation

    Im hoping they continue the Lamborghini licence and go with a double pack with a newer car and an older one. I would love an Aventador/Miura pack or a Murcielago/Diablo one. As for anything not Lamborghini related, another Japanese car brand would be nice, as the GTR from the last wave was the first Japanese car Lego had ever made up until this new Supra. Something containing another GTR like the R32 or R34 would get a thumbs up from me as well.
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    42115 - Lamborghini Sian FKP 37

    Now looking at the reviews for the Sian, people really don't like it because of that color issue. To me, it feels like the set was kinda rushed even though it took them 2 years to make it. The instructions are kinda crappy and the release was dodgy as well. I think it comes down to COVID mostly but I cant help but think that they should have picked a car that wasn't being designed AS they were designing their version. This might be just my bias because I would have much rathered an Aventador but I'm sure you can agree that the Sian wasn't the best choice in a production side of things. I really hope Lego learns their lesson as they should have for the last 2 cars which both had production/release issues as well.
  10. (Posted this on the Sian page but was told to do it here) I think a good MOC idea that I've wanted as a Lego set for a long time would be an Aventador LP700. I was thinking that you could recycle the chassis, interior, engine, door mechanism and gearbox as its the same in the Aventador as the Sian. All you would have to do is change the body up a bit and modify the wing mechanism to cater for a different angle and I think it would be pretty cool. I'm eagerly waiting to see Sariel's finished Aventador because its got a lot of motorised functions. I would start designing my own but I don't have the time, money for a new Sian(Its actually been OOS in Aus for over 2 months now) or parts to design one. I will probably make some designs with the "Pimp my Lamborghini" on Stud.io but I cannot find a file for it to import into Stud.io. If anyone has a prebuilt model I would love t use it.
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    42115 - Lamborghini Sian FKP 37

    I think a good MOC idea that I've wanted as a Lego set for a long time would be an Aventador LP700. I was thinking that you could recycle the chassis, interior, engine, door mechanism and gearbox as its the same in the Aventador as the Sian. All you would have to do is change the body up a bit and modify the wing mechanism to cater for a different angle and I think it would be pretty cool. I'm eagerly waiting to see Sariel's finished Aventador because its got a lot of motorised functions. I would start designing my own but I don't have the time, money for a new Sian(Its actually been OOS in Aus for over 2 months now) or parts to design one. If there is an Ldraw file for the Sian I could potentially do some designing in Stud.io.
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    [MOC][WIP] Nissan R32 GTR

    Is there going to be instruction and/or parts list available soon? I really love this MOC.
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    42115 - Lamborghini Sian FKP 37

    The missing parts is a joke, its just because people forget parts in the bag or something like that, the manual braking is peoples rough behaviour and the colour issue isnt really an issue when u see it in real life. Trust me, you are gonna want to build it. I actually had a lot of fun and I recommend it to anyone who likes Lego or cars.