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  1. Hey! I have to say that this is my first lego supercar, as i'm more used to trial trucks and trophy trucks. I worked on this one for about three months and the goal was to get a supercar over 1kg, wich I barely passed. First, some overall pictures of the car. Yea, I know, i've got some pretty bad panel gaps around the rear wheels and the whole back of the car isn't too great but it actually was built for the functions. Moving on to the manual functions the car has: Opening hood revealing the RTC system (locking) Opening butterfly doors Opening engine bay cover (locking) +the whole rear lifting in 2 sections to provide access to the BuWizz (large one is also locking) One huge challenge was to get a curved roof at such a small scale, wich you can see in more detail here: It's also fully suspended, front is independent with MacPherson and rear is pendular. I guess I could've squeezed something independent in the rear too but it was too little space and I was running out of time. Functions powered by BuWizz (wich is located behind the rear axle) Drive with an L motor, working V8 engine Steering with an M motor, working steering wheel Linear 2-speed gearbox integrated in the chassis powered by an M motor Here's a little game: Try to find all the motors in the car. Also, I would like to know what do you think about it.
  2. Hello! Im glad to present my new model for LEGO Technic Porsche contest. I hope it will be published soon at rebrick =) Porsche Carrera GT Features: - 1:10 scale - realistic Carrera GT V10 piston engine in mini scale - full independent suspension - rear wheel drive - HOG steering with working steering wheel - openable door, hood and trunk - rising rear spoiler Video below shows some of these functions. I recorded very simple video just for the contest, without any titles and sounds.
  3. Hi! It is my first large scale model - RC Lamborghini Gallardo Super Trofeo Stradale. Features: - 2 L-motors for drive (gear ratio = 2 differencials downshift) - 4WD with 3 differentials - Working 10V piston engine (worked by L-motors) - Servo motor for steering - Working steering wheel - Full independent suspension (double wishbone) Thank you Crowkillers for inspiration. More photos:
  4. desert752

    Drifter Mk II

    Hello All! Recently i've finished experiments with my second drift car (the first one drifted not too good). Please watch a video before you'll estimate its holed design :) Thanks for watching!
  5. Hello All! Some time I was out from EB, but I’ve come back with new MOC :) I had short of time that’s why its construction took about two monthes. This is my tuning-version of legendary Ferrari Enzo. The scale is 1:8.5 (length – 58.5 cm, width – 24 cm, height – 13 cm), total weight – 3.6 kg. Design combines various features of original Ferrari, tuning-versions Edo Competition, MIG-U1 and my own ideas. There are six RC functions in it: - moving – 2 x XL; - acceleration – 2 x XL; - two-stage gearbox (pneumatic-controlled) – 1 x Servo; - adders locking (pneumatic-controlled) – 1 x Servo; - steering – 1 x Servo; - clearance adjustment (four large pneumatic cylinders) – 1 x M. The scale is approximate with respect to wheels. Front wheels – 81.6 mm from 42000, rear – more aggressive tires from 8461. The transmission differs from original one. For better playability and transmission load decreasing i’ve mounted AWD. In the same time central differential gear is an output gear of gearbox. Two-stage gearbox allows to drive both on the flat surface and on slight off-road. I’ve mounted two air tanks to decrease switching time. The acceleration is realized on adders (two parallel circuits for reliability increasing). The adders can be locked. Instead of velocity locked adders sums the torque. The next feature of my model is adjustable clearance on both axles (original Ferrari Enzo has only front axle lift). Vertical rods was replaced by shock absorbers and pneumatic cylinders are mounted at horizontal angle. There is an adaptive aerodynamic element in my model – it is rear spoiler that is switched simultaneously with gear box. The model has detailed cabin The movie: Thanks for watching!
  6. Hello, I'm a newbie in the LEGO system. It's because of the birth of my son few months ago that I'm into it. He is just a reason for me to buy some LEGO :-) Something I always wanted to do before ;-) I know that there is already a review on that set, but I wanted to do something less technical, something for newbies from a newbie. Sorry if I don't use the righ names for bricks. I'm new... ;) I hope you will like it :) If it's against the rules to post another review of the same set, please let me know. I delete it. One more thing. I'm not an english native speaker. So please correct me if there is some mistakes :-) Ok, my first real set. A Creator one. Simple, not so expensive, and quite nice actually. I know that I’m going to get the X-Wing soon, so I wait to buy more Star Wars set in the future. But at the same time, the more I look into the Creator line-up, the more I see the possibilities of it. As you can see, it’s a 3in1 model set. But you can’t make 3 models out of the box, you can just make one at a time. I knew that of course (as everybody knows, but what about kids?). And I presume it’s not a bad idea to buy these kind of set by two minimum. For example, with this set I could build the truck, the car, and hook them together. Or do some kind of race between the two cars. Inside you get three polybags with bricks, and 3 manuals. One for each model. Each step is very well explained, you build few bricks per step, progress is steady and reasonable. Even for me it was fun. It took me about 30′ to build the main model. Most boring part is to “un-build” the model before making another one. The main model is a superb sport car with a rear mounted engine and scissor doors. There are less than 20 sport cars with these kind of doors in real-life. I don’t know which one they got the inspiration from, but I feel that the Lamborghini Aventador was partly used for this model. With a lot of imagination and beers, you could see some similarities. That is an aggressive front I quite like. Look at these air intakes. For sure the engine needs lot of oxygen. Original engine on this model was a V6, I want to modify it a little to make a V8. More powerful. More fun. Rear view is not bad either with 4 exhausters. I just wished that the little red tiled spoiler was placed a bit higher. What I find nice on that car are the transparent engine cover and the scissors doors. It’s fun to play with them. Look at this engine. I’m also planing to modify it. I find it a little bit too flat, too small and too low. It doesn’t look powerful enough for me. I’ll think of something. [update] I did some modifications on the engine. Still a V6. I wanted to make a V8 not as low as the original design, but then I couldn’t close the top. So I had to move the engine back (closer to the rear), with 2 cylinders lower than the other 4 (I’m not sure if that was accurate to real-life engines). The 2 yellow bricks are the injectors (didn’t have another colour – I wanted them black, or even red). There is no steering wheel on this car, something I wasn’t expecting anyway. I did modify the wheel system though. Originally, the wheels are connected by one axle. So they all spin at the same speed when you want to turn a corner with the car. You know that in your real car, you have a differential to help you turn because the wheel on the outside needs to spin faster than the wheel on the inside of the turn. So as you see on the picture, I cut the axle into two part thus I made some kind of “differential”. It’s easier to turn the car like that. Not perfect, but way easier. Beside that, I wished the roof would open as well. I like that car. It was fun to build, and it’s nice to play with it. The Lotus Seven Like Can’t get out of my mind that this model looks like a Lotus Seven. I like this model as well, but not as much as the main one. It was also fun to build. I have in mind to build it in red. I just need to find all bricks for that... The Truck That’s the model worth buying another box for. I think that a child would play a lot with one of the sportcar and that truck. The crane is articulated. But don’t expect it to be that useful, the moving parts are a bit too loose and thus don’t keep their position. It’s often falling down one way or another. But may be it’s because I didn’t tighten them together that well. As I prefer the main design, I didn’t really bother fixing that problem for now.