Evan-Eleven the Engineer

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About Evan-Eleven the Engineer

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    Lego Technic
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    I most recently purchased the Lego 60251 Monster Truck set

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    Designing, building and testing vehicle suspensions and chassis. Building aggressive Lego trucks and other Lego MOCs.

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  1. Evan-Eleven the Engineer

    [MOC] Adventure Truck - Powered Up

    I like the bonus picture:P I have had the same experience with a larger half-track truck that I made a while ago, but my brother had the remote:)
  2. Evan-Eleven the Engineer

    BuWizz Motor

    I know that @Sariel has a movie on youtube where he tested the new buwizz motor. I do not like how it looks on the buwizz website but I know it will be different based on what I have seen already. Thanks Zerobricks!
  3. Evan-Eleven the Engineer

    AMA with Element Designers (Ask me Anything)

    For the CV joints… is TLG going to make them more like the real joints? Maybe make them a stud and a half in diameter so that they can fit a tube around it somewhat like the rigid 7mm ribbed hoses. That would be very useful for dirt:) But then if something like that was made, then TLG would have to make a steering bracket to fit around the joint… I like the new hubs with these CV joints but I think there need to be some new suspension forks to go with them, but for the CV joints I would love it if they had two versions with one not having a loose connection for axles and the other having more friction. What do you think about making a sliding piece for use in-between the CV joints when going from transmission to a rear axle for example? I have seen box-trucks with some kind of these parts. It would help us Lego fans when making live axles and such so we can use shock absorbers and some suspension forks to support the axle instead of having to base the suspension arms around the drive shaft because it is not flexible in lengthwise motion. I also am dissapointed in the strength of the Ducati shocks, if they were stronger they would be perfect to replicate hydraulic shock absorbers. And the clutch, I just want to know what it was made for. Is it to transfer drive from the transmission to the drivetrain or from the engine (or motors) to the transmission (or drivetrain)? Thank you for answering our questions! And I really love seeing companies reaching out to get feedback from customers and even people who have a hobby off of their products (like us)!
  4. Evan-Eleven the Engineer

    [MOC] Crusher 6x6 unmanned combat vehicle

    Also, I like the video, it is great! Very clear, not shaky or very blurry, but focused.
  5. Evan-Eleven the Engineer

    [MOC] Crusher 6x6 unmanned combat vehicle

    Great use of the new technic hubs and the larger turntables! I love the design! Not many people go for a simple swingarm per wheel in vehicles such as this. I love to see the different suspension designs in larger models! Thank you Samalot for your post!
  6. Evan-Eleven the Engineer

    Large Technic Super cars MOC sale

    Ok, thanks! I know that this is a great deal from watching the RC buggy motors as they sold on Bricklink. They can get pretty expensive! It is nice to get one, but then to get two, it would be little more expensive as there were a lot single motors for sale. I looked at the MOC on Rebrickable, and I was amazed at how complicated the rear suspension is when L motors are used, pretty ingenious! My email: e3mitchell@protonmail.com
  7. Evan-Eleven the Engineer

    Large Technic Super cars MOC sale

    Hey @technic_addict, I am seriously considering the Class 1 Unlimited Buggy, I just have some questions. So, since it is converted for buggy motors, does it include extension wires to connect to Buwizz? How do the buggy motors connect to wheels? Do you use part #92908 to connect the wheels to motors? Thank you!
  8. Evan-Eleven the Engineer

    [MOC] 1968 Dodge Charger

    Hey @nicjasno, you could also use part 43898 or this part 3960 for the wheel caps, and you can get both in silver. I was thinking that if you were just using a three-stud long axle with stop to hold the wheel pieces onto wheels, you could get an axle that has a stud on it and push it in the wheel a bit farther and maybe put a spacer inbetween the wheel and the disk piece. What do you think? Other than that, I do not have anything else to add, I could not critique anything else:) I just thought I could help with making it look more like the real Charger.
  9. Evan-Eleven the Engineer

    [MOC] Motorised 4x4 SUV

    Ok @Milan, I am just exploring Eurobricks:) And having fun
  10. Evan-Eleven the Engineer

    Baja Buggy

    Very cool! I like the comparison to the 8466 and 42110 sets. It reminds me of the hubs from the 8466 set. I love the use of the hubs in the rear axle, ingenious;)
  11. Evan-Eleven the Engineer

    [MOC] Haas UMC-750 5-Axis CNC Mill

    Me too! It is pretty realistic, great job @electropie! I mean, it even has the cleaning fluid nozzle:)
  12. Evan-Eleven the Engineer

    [TC18] G-Class

    Great exterior styling! I love the slanted hood:) Movie of it in action?
  13. Evan-Eleven the Engineer

    [MOC] Motorised 4x4 SUV

    Maybe you should take pictures of it before you take it in the mud:) Cool model, I like the SUV style. Same here:)
  14. Evan-Eleven the Engineer

    1977 Chevy Van G10

    The pictures are not working for me, all I am seeing is a big "-".
  15. Evan-Eleven the Engineer

    Hummer HX concept

    @Jeka Jackson, I had that same idea for the front! Turning the black gear housing piece sideways so that there was more room for the CV joint. What piece did you use for that? Part #48496, or #87408? Overall, great job! It is one of the best hummer chassis I have seen with those specific wheels, although I have seen others... Not too complicated, yet great design. I will use this for inspiration!