A Lego technic F1 racecar wth powerfunctions. Remote driving, steering and shifting between two gears! Two motors to drive the rear wheels through a 2-gear-transmission, controlled by the remote controller. The steering mechanism is based on a return-to-centre principle that allows the steeringmotor to keep on turning while the wheels are in a maximum steering position. The transmission is sprayed with an anti-friction-oil, to make sure it spins smouth.
Very fast LEGO RC car | with jumps and crashes!
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Music: Greyhound by swedish house mafia
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Lego Technic Pneumatic Vehicle by Nico71
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LEGO Technic 1:7 Supercar
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copyrights or to take profit out of using the song as background music.
This is NEITHER an official set of the LEGO Company NOR it is for sale.
more than 3000 LEGO parts are used
A Lego Supercar in 1:7 Scale
5 Speed Gearbox with Reverse
Working Brakes and Handbrake for each wheel
Diff Lock (for middle Diff)
Pneumatic Convertible Top
Independent Adjustable Suspension (Lowrider)
More information on http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/132641
Music: Survivor - Eye of the Tiger
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Lego Technic Racecar
This is my lego technic rc 4-speed racecar. My second attempt to make a
high speed and fun driving vehicle. I didn't care so much about the
bodywork, this only makes the car heavier and therefor slower. The priority
was to make the car as fast as possible. The car has a fast shifting remote
controlled 4-speed gearbox. It is designed in such a way that it runs very
smooth to achieve higher speeds. The car has a return to center (Ackerman
principle) steering that also allows the steeringmotor to keep spinning.
Because of this the car is able to corner at high speed and drift, so it is
great fun to drive! The car is so fast, it is almost inevitable to drive it
into obstacles. To protect the car there is a 4-shockabsorber-strong
bumper. Always drive safely!
The music: Rocco - Roots 4 acid
Lego Technic RC Ferrari 599 GTB-4 four door sedan Power Functions
This video isn't meant for commercial aims, just like the audio. This video
is created for display as part of my study.
For more information and detailed pictures about the Ferrari RC scale model
and many more got to: http://www.mocpages.com/home.php/23731
This video is about a modified Lego model. The main model is a Ferrari 599
Fiorano (8145). The main target was to create a racy sedan, based on a
The modifications are:
- extended chassis
- extended roof
- 2 extra back doors
- 2 extra back seats
- 4 medium electric motors for operating the rear wheels
- 1 medium electric motor for operating the front steering wheels
- front and tail lights
- 6 battery box powers everything
All of this is operated by a RC controller, connected to a receiver,
attached to the scale model.
LEGO Car Collection 2009-2010
A video review of all the LEGO cars I've built since July 2009 - July 2010.
In here are a variety of cars and trucks that are sure to please!
Songs used: Full on the Mouth - Another, Evanescense - Eternal
Lego RC Ferrari F50 1:10 PF
Lego MOC Ferrari F50 with PF, 1 M Motor for sterring (turning back), 2 XL
Motors and 2 standard battery boxes, 3 LED lights. The speed is not bad,
Lego 1500 rpm V8
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The engine actually runs at 1540 for a second or two. I still have lots of
work to do untill this runs as desired (1600-2000 rpms), but it has come a
long way. At the end you can hear the compressor kicking in.