Saturday, October 29, 2016

Super Roadster
      I am so happy that this is finished! It is my first car with two L motors, my first car with a chain transferring drive, and my first car with an oder differential variant! I love the bodywork on this car, including the Dino-2010 style windshield. It uses a servo motor for steering and two L motors for drive. It uses the second differential variant (from 8880), which took exactly seven tries to work. It was super fun to build and my best design yet. The front just went very smooth when it came to the body paneling. I did have to use a technic frame piece, which I am running out of and looks kind of strange. The back could use a little improvement, but it is okay. Overall, it is a little slow, but is my favorite car so far!
      P.S. Please comment below! I really would like some advice of the pros and cons of my models! I also might be getting an Sbrick Plus soon! Yay! I will also get back with the RC race buggy cars. I currently failed at making a Baja Trophy Truck, but there's always a next time!
Photos and video down below:

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Street Scorcher

      I have built another car - with chassis instructions! Sorry it took a while- the video was hard to work with. This car has superb rear suspension that I have been struggling with for a while. It uses a PF L mother and PF servo motor, as usual. I used the panels from two sets- the Display Team Jet and the Fire Plane. The body wasn't the best but the chassis was very nice. I like the rear tail lights and the front bumper. I have added a video and instructions below. Note on the instructions: there are no flex axles or panels on it besides the front bumper edges. I would also like to note that I am sorry that the videos don't work on IOS devices, and that I will try to fix that in the future.
Instructions can be found here. (Warning, they are a little faulty.)