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As the 8845 was my first ever Technic model i decided to give it a redesign to modern stud less design. I have tried to keep it as much like the original as possible. This was awkward for the steering as that is 10 studs wide and steering for Technic is all odd, 7 long racks or limited like on the Corvett 42093 and the Race Kart 42048. The wheels are a bit oversized but i don't think Lego do anything closer. and the rear cargo area is a bit gappy. Hope you like it You can get some free instructions here
Here's my latest MOC, a C model for the 4x4 Crawler (9398) set. Features: 4x4 drive achieved by 2 hard coupled L motors, with an overall 1:1 gear ratio 1 Servo motor for steering Pendular rear suspension* Easily remove the battery box by pulling the red pushpin on either white curved panel, pulling the smokestacks out, lifting the roof, pulling the two axle/lift assemblies keeping the BB from sliding around, and pull the BB out. Openable hood LDraw, and Stud.i files available here Notes: I have assembled this physically, didn't take any pictures though. The LDraw file is wonky in spots, such as the rear from the motors, back, and how I couldn't get the back axle tilted to connect the top rods, you should be able to fgure it out though. *not sprung, couldn't fit them on nicely, this this is made to go fast, not rock climb anyways
Hi eurobricks! here is my new dune buggy: details: it is fast, powered by l motor, nizn aaa batteries, servo motor and ir reciver of course! it also has some lights which are useful in the dark! building time: 4 hours. insrtuctions: no, but maybe i will make some. Video: https://youtu.be/1W26VOe1dkU i hope you enjoy!
Hi guys! A year ago i built a sandrail... yesterday i felt like i wanted to build the MKII and so i did... Features: - 1 RC motor - RTC steering via M motor - Front independent suspensions - Rear live axle It's really simple, the concept was to use the less beams possible to keep it light... So i bult almost everything with axles and connectors...it weighs 412g and it's pretty fast. BUT there's a problem...as the RC motor is very powerful, in some overstress cirumstances, the little 12t gears tend to break...that's why i called it "The Gearsbreaker" well there's not too much to add to the pictures you can see ^^ tonight im gonna upload the video to show its performances