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42026 Lego Technic Black Champion Racer clone, kept as close to the original model as possible. Different color scheme, uses pieces mostly from 31313 Mindstorms Ev3 Retail Set and 42000 Technic Grand Prix Racer. NOTE: Tires have a slightly larger diameter.
DamonMM2000 posted a topic in LEGO Technic and Model TeamJust a short, little video showcasing my modified 42026 Lego Technic Black Champion Racer. I replaced the street tires with balloon tires to convert it into an off road version, and I had to reposition the panels to fit the larger tires (look closely on the front and sides). In my opinion, it looks better with the panels relocated anyhow. And sorry to those who like the original model with stickers… this has no stickers. Acceleration is a little slower than the original, but top speed is a plus! Here's a little closeup of the differences. Compare:
DamonMM2000 posted a topic in LEGO Technic and Model TeamMy first Technic review of set 42026 Black Champion Racer with Pullback motor. 138 pieces. Includes unboxing and speed build! How do you like my new video editing style? Comment below!
Yo! With everyone building machinery and such I decided to make something a bit more...furry So I (too) combined the 9392 and 42026 sets and made this little beasty: I was actually inspired by the small orange panels, I thought to myself those are some awesome ears. Function wise foxy is quite packed: Using a special lock his rear legs can be placed in standing or sitting positon: So here's the little bugger sitting: And because his jaw is actuated by the worm gear he can also grab his favourite toy: I used the flex tubes on the tail in such way they push on the body, creating friction. This means his tail can move up and down- Tail in normal position: And raised: And now he's just being silly: I used 263 of the 307 combined parts. Total time spent on building, rebuilding, optimising, etc... was some 3 days - I'd say around 8 hours total. I think he's the first pullback motor powered quad, which is actually quite hard to make because the pullback motors are not really good for non-linear moving mechanisms. My personally favourite feature besides walking and sitting is the ear movement because it gives him an ability to express himself. All in all I am very pleased about this model because its just so different from the regular stuff. And he's cute Here's a video of the little furry beasty: I hope you guys are impressed as much as I am