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  1. Thank you! Regarding the choice of tyres, yes indeed I pick those tyres mostly because of how well they fit the scale :) The only thing I don't like is the rim. If only I have the skills create 3D printed Fuchs rims haha Thank you! 10295 is also cool but imo, the bumpers are a bit chunky and I also prefer technic than creator. Motorization is very possible for this MOC. There is plenty of space for a servo/control+ motor behind the front axle and if the gearbox and backseats are removed, a battery pack and 2 motors can fit there. I'll consider doing so in the future, Thanks! Stay tuned :) Thank you for the kind words. Yes, the front suspension is really unique and all credit to the original designer. I do think it's pretty awesome so I have incorporated it in my MOC. The suspension does work smoothly in my experience, no jamming so far. Using only soft springs but because of the positive caster angle, it can support the weight of the model well. I do have some footage of the suspension in action, will find time to upload it to youtube and share it here ofc << done!
  2. Thank you everyone for the kind words! I love your suggestions and I will consider some mods in the future :) I have added some more photos for the chassis as well as the front suspension, kudos to Gergely who is the original creator of such an awesome setup. Wheel-wise, the closest possible alternatives are 1989 batmobiles wheels. However, they do stick out about 1 stud at the rear and half a stud up front (pics below). Perhaps a Turbo S or RWB version can use those wheels :) Rear bumper, yeah I think it's possible to not to use stickers and brick-build the bumper strips, I'll definitely do this for the Targa version.
  3. Hello everyone, hope you are doing well. I have recently re-visited a model which I started building years ago when I first dove in the world of lego technic. I have made some final adjustments and the model is now complete. It's my pleasure to share it here: 911S 2.4L from the 70's - 1800+ parts - 1:10 scale - air-cooled flat six - 4 speed manual gearbox (an adaptation of the gearbox found on @Charbel's Volcano supercar) - working steering wheel - independent rear suspension - macpherson strut front suspension (courtesy of Gergely's Technic Models on Youtube) - openable doors, bonnet, and engine cover What do you think? P.S.:This MOC shares ~70% of the parts with set 42096 - Porsche 911 RSR. And I have also make sure no blue pins are visible outside. If you are interested, instruction is available here And with the orange F150 fenders available, I'm thinking about building a Targa version too :)
  4. Thank you for the kind words. Yeah I did use some parts of 42000 design in this MOC and of course tried to improve them. 42000 is probably modelled after a later Ferrari F1 variant, like the F150 of the year 2011, not the F2004. Set 8674 is the closet Lego set I would say, although it's modelled after the F2005, again not the F2004 :)
  5. Thank you! Thank you for following along, Thank you for the kind words! Regarding the modular bit, I’m inspired by many expert builders on this site. Having built some supercars such as ones from Bruno or Charbel, I must say connecting the modules is one of the best part of the building experience so I tried to have that in this MOC, too Thank you! It was a dream-comes-true to me too, glad that I was able to finish it Thank you! I got to say I had it easier because 42000 suspension is a rather good base. Also thanks to quite a number of videos on YouTube that explain F1 suspension to dummies like me, I was able to grasp concepts such as torsion bar, heave spring, damper, anti-roll bar... I tried to give it a go but not every concept was incorporated of cos @Gray Gear @TeamThrifty @Jerry LEGO Creations I can see very valid points from your posts, and I do see MOC makers giving more love to suspensions over the years.The LEGO Group should set an example, too. If someone can put anti-roll bar into the Porsche GT3 RS set with a few simple modifications, I don’t see why TLG can’t. Especially when their target audience for those 1:8 supercars is 18+, I’m pretty sure many will be very happy with such additions
  6. Thank you! Those tires are almost perfect as intermediates haha, if only the rear tires are a bit wider Thank you! That’s a nice suggestion. I don’t have those bricks now but will have some in order Those caps are experimental, didn’t make it to the final version :) Thank you for following along. Not gonna lie, those instagram likes do give me motivation to finish the MOC
  7. @saberwing40k thank you very much. Took me a while to find the guide to upload pictures I just uploaded the pictures to Flicker and embedded them here:
  8. Hello everyone. I would like to share a MOC I have just completed: Ferrari F2004 F1 car It’s in 1:8 scale with 1700+ parts. Some features: working V10, pushrod suspensions, steering wheel, removable front wing, rear wing, headrest, and engine cover I have uploaded some pictures to bricksafe: F2004 Bricksafe Instruction is also available here: F2004 Instruction