UPDATE – you can find a detailed presentation of the gearbox in this article
??? Hot and fresh review straight from the owen!! ??? Unboxing, speed build and detailed presentation of the LEGO Technic 42110 Land Rover Defender, including a motorized demonstration of the complex gearbox and much more!
Here is the full part list:
Here are the brand new parts, the wheel arch and the new rim:
And the black 7×11 frame which was revealed in the Spike Prime set in a different colour but apparently it will be first available in this set:
The frame is used for support in the roof:
Does it come with a battery pack ?
that you show in the video
No the set is not motorized, I only use that motor and battery to demonstrate how the gearbox works.
Great demonstration. Can you tell me what battery and motor battery and motor set you used. There’s no sense in building it without showing how the gears and engine work.
You can find the answer in another comment below – it’s a PF L motor and a simple battery box.
Thanks for pointing out that the gear selectors for both the transfer case and 4-speed sequential have high/low settings swapped. When I was testing the gear train, At first I thought I had made a mistake. It seems like they are just mis-labeled.
Some people don’t like the camshaft & valves in this model, I think it’s kind of cool having the top end of the motor for a change. All the other automotive themed Technic models I have built had the lower end – crankshaft & pistons only.
Is there a way to determine why my engine pistons are not moving when the defender is moving? It seems disconnected to me even though I am an drive
Where did you get the battery from and what set is it with
Which battery exactly?
I think Bin is referring to the battery and motor you used to demonstrate the gear box…I’d like to know that to..cheers
It was a Power Functions L motor and an AAA battery box with a switch, but you can use practically any motor and battery box for this purpose