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  1. Howdy ya'll Technic folk! I want to present my latest creation, a replica of my favorite battle bot, Son of Whyachi, the rookie which became the Heavyweight Champion of BattleBots back in 2001. It's not built to scale, but I wanted to keep as much details as I can, like the overall shape of the bot and it's rotor, color scheme, internals and abilities. By example, the 3-arm rotor is driven by a single RC motor, but using a tri-star configuration: 24 tooth gear with clutch -> 3 x 8 tooth gears -> 24 tooth gear. If you want to read more on the real thing, go on their official site, it rocks: So, let's see the stats: Category: B (IR) Weight: 1.800 g Dimensions: 45 x 45 x 18 studs Signature Move: 3 arm rotor with hammers Drive: 6 M motors (one/wheel) Drive Speed: Fast Steering: skid steer Rotor Speed: 750 RPM Rotor Diameter: 45 studs Rotor Motor: RC/buggy (5292) Rotor Weight: 180 g Rotor Material: ABS Design Time: 1 Week Build Time: 2 weeks But enough talk, here are the photos and video: Sorry for the low video quality, I accidentally filmed in 480p and I do not have time to re-shoot everything. Enjoy! If you want to see more, head up to my album on Flickr: Thanks for your attention, eagerly awaiting to know your opinion and comments.