Lego Technic 42037 Formula Off-Roader upgraded for full remote control. Engine swapped, it has a V8 now. Driven by two buggy motors, powered by 2 BuWizz units. Steering with Power Functions Servo motor. Engine powered independently with a Power Functions M motor. Installed Power Functions Lights as well. List of…
After my first RC mod of the 42069 set I wanted to build something faster 🙂 The plan was fairly simple – remove every non-vital part (including the fake V8, sorry), streamline the body as well, finaly add 4 buggy motors and 2 BuWizz units. The result is pretty fast…
I don’t think 42069 would need a wheel swap to look cool, you just need to find the terrain where rubber won’t work 🙂 Ideal vehicle to explore Mustafar 🙂 I re-used the scene built for the Star Wars motors, 42069 fits here perfectly.
After building the 42069 Extreme Adventure set the next challenge was to motorize it. Luckily the set has a spacious internal structure, it is pretty easy to squeeze in several Power Functions components. The aim was to add the Power Functions parts without taking apart the set completely or to…
The brand new Lego Technic 42069 Extreme Adventure speed build & features video is published. Check it out and let me know what you think about this amazing set! If you prefer a shorter version I also have a mini build video 🙂
Heading to the track day with the Lego Ford F-150 Raptor & the Ford Model A
Let’s celebrate the 4th of July with these great American muscle cars!
The 2017 Goodwood Festival of Speed started today. Lego brought a nice surprise there – a life-sized replica of the McLaren 720S. I decided to create a small scene with the McLaren and some other Speed Champions racers at Goodwood:
I created a short video to show you how the Lava scene of the Darth’s Angels photo series was created. It’s a quick demonstration of the scene arrangement, the light setup and the smoke effect.
The 2017 24 Hours of Le Mans will start in a couple of hours, will you watch the race? Do you think Ford can repeat last year’s victory?