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A Korean Lego mania made a 42115 cyan hood. I bought it, and I was so satisfied. So I want to introduce it to you. *This custom hood is currently available only in south Korea. However, it seems that the maker is willing to sell it to other countries as well as well. If you want to purchase it, send an email to the producer. firstname.lastname@example.org The product composition consists of 3 pieces. All of them are injection molds, not 3D printing. Lamborghini emblem is printed. back has pins to connect the connectors. Start assembling. Assembly is very easy. That is the part that needs to be separated. Some of these parts are used to assemble connectors. It is a connector that connects the hood and the main body. It says to use spare parts to make it lime, but I made it black. First, assemble the connector on the hood. Connect to the remaining part of the hood of the main body. Insert a small part into the location where the soft axle was connected. Mounting is complete. The explanation was very easy, and familiar people could fit it more easily and quickly than explanation. It takes less than 10 minutes. Changing the hood alone changes the impression significantly. The color fits perfectly. I thought it was a foul at first, but it looked so nice looking at other people's applied photos. Sometimes Lego uses large chunks of dedicated parts. I decided to think of it that way. The manufacturer initially designed it as a 3D printer and then spent a fortune to make the mold. It is said that he worked very hard to match the color. It is assembled smoothly and has considerable clutch power. It's like a Lego genuine part. It is said that the person who created it was not a company but an individual, and it was the first time to do such work. I applied the hood and it was very satisfying. I hope this wonderful product will be known to many people.
Hopefully I will be able to get one of these supercars: 1. Cada Master C61042, designed by Bruno Jenson. Manufactured by Cada 2. Lego Technic 42115 Sian FKP 37 I have been wanting to have a Lego Technic supercar for so long, but their limited play-ability always puts me off. Sure, jb70 pimp ups can help improve this segment but buying parts from here is tough. Also I dont have that many spare parts. The Cada one has RC with 3k plus parts, its speed seemed okay to me, but I am afraid some specific parts are not up to the mark i.e., the axle-pin connectors. On the other hand, the Sian is a more challenging build with higher parts which are obviously of higher quality. Bruno has done a brilliant job but above mentioned issue is quite concerning. Cada one is selling for 187£ pound on amazon UK and the Sian is currently at 239£. I am also thinking about getting an RC non Lego Toy like the Huina ones and the Technic Sian together alternatively.