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  1. Wake up Samurai, we have a buggy to fix ;) In all seriousness, I think 42124 is a great modding material and my first step was trying to boost the performance while staying within the confines of the Control+ system. A detailed explanation and demonstration is in the video below, and the short story is: - with vanilla 42124 and regular 1.5V batteries I'm getting between 4 and 5 km/h - by adding a second drive C+ L motor and gearing the two motors up 1:1.6 (theoretically that's 25% more torque and 66% more speed) and still using the same batteries I got between 5 and 6 km/h - switching from regular 1.5V batteries to 1.2V rechargeable Eneloop batteries produces speed of slightly above 6 km/h I'm not happy with these results, it seems like the last iteration has a lot of power but it's actually only slightly faster. My conclusion is that the power supply is the limitation here, and to see a significant increase in speed we'll have to double it or replace it with something else, or go full PF on the 42124.
  2. Quite possibly the most fun and outdoorsy Technic set since the Supersonic RC.