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MODs of Sheepo's mustang and caterham
tibivi posted a topic in LEGO Technic, Mindstorms, Model Team and Scale ModelingHey all, I have made Sheepo's mustang after seeing him at lego fan weekend in 2013. But although it is just superb in almost every way i wanted to make it faster. So i just kept the body and made a new chassis for the mustang. After i saw how well it performed with the powerfull motors, i decided to do the same with the caterham. This was much simpler because the body is the chassis here, so i just had to build the body and put the units in. On the mustang i putted wheels from the sunset cruiser and the super seven is sitting on the red tires you could buy with the dirt crusher. Both are doing around 25km/h which i think is not bad for these huge cars. Here is the photoset: https://www.flickr.c...57650262095995/ Thanks to Sheepo for making such nicely styled bodies which are Just the right scale for these motors Tibivi Ps: The caterham is not yet finished, it neds some details like a dash and seats. Also some hoses are still on there way.
Hot Rod with mostly parts of 42000
tibivi posted a topic in LEGO Technic, Mindstorms, Model Team and Scale ModelingHey all, As promissed in another topic I present you my Hot Rod: It's made out of the parts of 42000 and some other. Features: Remote drive with 2 RC motors and differential remote RTC streering with servo motor opening doors independant suspension on all wheels powered by LiPo and V2 reciever With the RC motors it actually is fast because I have kept the weight down were I could. some pics: more pics in my Flickr set: Greets Tibivi
C model for the 42010
tibivi posted a topic in LEGO Technic, Mindstorms, Model Team and Scale ModelingHey all, I got the new 42010 buggy for my birthday yesterday and I did not really like the looks of the A model, so I build my own C-model. Its functions: Steering with working steering wheel Pull back motor The pictures More pictures on my Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/tibivi/sets/72157632939016521/ What do you think? Greets, Tibivi