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  1. igordost

    [MOC] Erie Triplex

    Hello, This is my first MOC in EB Train Tech however I've been following this forum since years (building some other MOCs you can find in my Flickr photo gallery). First of all, thank you guys for inspiration :) I really enjoy my time reading your posts. Erie Triplex was already built by Shuppiluliumas, and by Lego Train 12 Volt, really great models! (sorry if I missed other creators) I tried to do my own recreation of this distinguished loco. Please have a look and comment. I decided to use sand green + flat silver curved slopes, added a bit of glamour with few extra gold chromed parts :) Dimensions and PF: Length: 82 studs Width: 10 studs Height: 11 bricks PF: 3x L-motors + Sbrick controller + 88000 battery Weight: 1,6kg Non-standard solution and technics:: 1. To add more realism I used well-known rods from Zephyr (TrainedBricks http://www.bricklink.com/store/home.page?p=zephyr ) 2. SBrick ( http://sbrick.com ) 3. Chromed parts from Aurimax ( Chrome Block City http://www.bricklink.com/store/home.page?p=Aurimax ) 4. Trimmed technic axle (BL #6587) to connect rods with wheels (I know the solution how to connect it in proper Lego way, but this change is on my to-do list ) 5. Bullfrog Snot on 2 pairs of wheels ( http://www.bullfrogsnot.com/faq.asp ) but finally I decided to add white o-rings 6. Stickers Lady in black & white Movie Cheers