Lego Technic 42077 Buggy B-model review with a little piece of Californian summer :)

Since the instructions are available now I built the B model of the 42077 Rally Car as well. It is a buggy, following the design of the Beetle-based beach/dune buggies. The car does not have any special Technic features just the standard ones so I felt the need to spice up the review video a little bit 🙂 You can see all the motorized decorations in details at the end of the video.

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Lego Technic 42078 Mack Anthem motorized & Christmas special

I would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas with this video and thank you for your support!

The Lego Technic 42078 Mack Anthem received additional rc functions with the lights and the motorized trailer, controlled by 2 SBricks. The light sequences of the container are also controlled by one of the SBricks. The trailer has 2 Power Functions L motors built in. Also tested with M motors but they could not handle the load. Please note that this is a test RC mod, so there won’t be any instructions for the time being. I’m planning to do a proper rc conversion and I’ll share that one in details.

The upgraded container interior is based on the following alternate build of 40223:
https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-6117/PeterSzabo/40223-snowglobe-living-room/

Lego Technic 42078 Mack Anthem review updates and RC mod with SBrick

Lego Technic 42078 Mack Anthem review updates and RC mod with SBrick

– Updates/correction of my review
– RC mod with Power Functions and SBrick

This is my first proof of concept RC mod of the 42078 Mack Anthem truck with Power Functions Servo motor and L motor, controlled via SBrick. I’ve also posted some updates and correction of my review published yesterday. I was informed via the comments how to properly operate the crane so I did a test again and apparently the whole structure is much more stable when the trailer is connected to the truck. As you can see I’m not an experienced crane operator or truck driver but I’m learning quickly 🙂

 

Lego Technic 42078 Mack Anthem unboxing, review & speed build

This is the second set form my lucky early bird Lego purchase. Let’s start with the unboxing, review & speed build video:

The Mack Anthem is the result of a new partnership between Lego and Mack Trucks Inc. The Anthem is the newest highway truck from Mack, introduced only a couple of months ago. The B model is a Mack LR garbage truck – instructions will be available later online.

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1st Stormtrooper Lego Technic motorcycle building instructions – 42036+42039

I finished the instructions for the 1st Stormtrooper motorcycle from the Darth’s Angels photo scene:

This MOC only uses parts from 42036 Street Motorcycle and 42039 24 Hours Race Car.

The inventory can be found on the rebrickable page:

https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-11483/racingbrick/moc-1st-stormtrooper-motorcycle-4203642039/

Photo gallery instructions can be found here:

http://racingbrick.com/1st-stormtrooper-lego-technic-motorcycle-building-instructions/

If you’d like to purchase the sets I used to create this MOC and you’d like to support my work then please use the Ebay/Amazon links below:

42036 Street Motorcycle – http://ebay.to/2B1bUAM *** http://amzn.to/2iFtXFV

42039 24 Hours Race Car – http://ebay.to/2Cbt00a *** http://amzn.to/2ymgwzm

How to build brick cars – book review on The Lego Car Blog

The Lego Car Blog is one of the best sources on the internet to get your daily dose of Lego vehicle news and mocs. On top of that, they recently published a great and detailed review of a very promising book about Lego car building. If you follow the link you can read the review and you can also buy the book. It’s definitely on my Christmas shopping list 🙂

How To Build Brick Cars | Book Review

How To Build Brick Cars | Book Review

thelegocarblog.com/2017/11/29/how-to-build-brick-cars-book-review/

agrof’s class 1 unlimited buggy on steroids – building instructions

I finished the building instructions for my buggy motor mod of agrof’s class 1 unlimited buggy. Please note that these are not complete instructions, the aim was to show you the main modifications I made on the car. There’s no part list either this time. I tried to highlight which part/sequence needs to be changed compared to the original build. I was using 2 BuWizz units to power the buggy motors, the units were replacing the seats in the cabin.

Link to the original build & instructions on rebrickable:
https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-4247/agrof/class-1-unlimited-buggy/#comments