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  1. Zerobricks

    Discussion Etiquette

    I'm just gonna say it like this. Untill about 2 years ago I was very active on this forum, posting daily replies. But than something changed in the whole society, everyone became soft, easy to offend and a victim. And I think this is also reflected on this forum, people are much more easy to be insulted by other's opinions and letting their emotions take over. As other suggested, think before you reply, is the argument really worth fighting for? Simply try to accept people have different opinions and THAT IS FINE, just as there are people with different orientations, races, cultures, etc..
  2. Zerobricks

    Grum's Shed

    I think combo of Buwizz and rubber pads really make this set much more capable and fun. Thanks for the shout out, Grum
  3. Thank for all your support through the years. Best regards
  4. Hi After some fiddling I came up with this idea for a single crank W16 engine: Each crank uses a #3 connector to comepnsate for the piston offsets: And Finally the top view of the engine: Hopefully someone can build this baby in real life and provide feedback LDD file: engine.lxf
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    42083 - Bugatti Chiron

    Leave spring as it is, but just extend the suspension arms deeper inside as much as possible. This will stiffen up the suspension.
  6. Not impressed, seems like a downgraded version of the power functions. Only things I like is that it recognizes the motors and the bluetooth which is not sensitive to light.
  7. Zerobricks

    Axle Collection Thread

    Good idea, but there are lots of flaws: - The 12 tooth gear meshing with turntable can slip out - The 12 tooth gear from the L motor is very badly supported and can cause big stress on the motor output - Whole assembly is very inefficient, since the vertical drive axle has to support the force of the vehicle, the torque created by the wheel trying to spin, the force created by the wheels pushing it forward and the forces created by steering system trying to steer wheels - all of these create friction on the spinning axle.
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    Lego 5292 motor for lend?

    Thanks for the amazing positive responses guys. I might have found another way meanwhile. Regardless, thank you for such awesome positive responses and offers.
  9. Hi I know this topic might be better placed at Buy&Sell, but I already tried that few weeks ago with no luck. For Buwizz picninc on 9th and 10th of June I would need 2x5292 RC motors, for the Leopard 4x4. I would need them just for a few days, if anyone would be willing to lend them, of course I pay for postage, usage and return them back. Thanks
  10. Zerobricks

    42083 - Bugatti Chiron

    Or maybe the 20 tooth idler gear has no function and is there to give us one more gear extra.
  11. Do you have GPS on when connecting to Buwizz? Try turning it on.
  12. What about changing gearing in the hubs to reduce the stress on the U joint?
  13. Zerobricks

    42083 - Bugatti Chiron

    I believe the brake/hubs are a new piece, otherwise we would have to see a pattern oh 6 holes, not just 3. Hope they have less slack too.
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    42083 - Bugatti Chiron