The long wait is over – instructions are published for the reworked 42069 Extreme Adventure full RC mod!
I had a chance to test this fantastic little buggy, agrof was kind enough to give me the opportunity to drive and film his latest creation. The buggy has 4 wheel drive, it is equipped with 2 L motors and a Servo motor. It has an AAA battery box and an IR receiver by default but for this occasion I swapped them with a BuWizz unit and also replaced the wheels. The location is the beautiful hill of Hegyesd (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hegyesd), hope you’ll enjoy the video as much as I enjoyed shooting it 😉
LEGO® Technic 42079 Heavy Duty Forklift remote control modification with Power Functions or Powered Up components. The aim was to motorize as many functions as possible while preserving the original look of the set and not using too many electric components.
A few possible changes & upgrades to the LEGO® Technic 42070 6×6 All Terrain Tow Truck:
May the 4th Be With You! I wish you a happy Star Wars Day with this previously unpublished image of Jyn posing with Vader’s bike.
I have free instructions for all 3 motorcycles created for Darth Vader and the Stormtroopers:
You can also purchase the custom building kits from MOCHUB:
16/04/2018 – Update – Based on the monitoring during the weekend the issue is resolved, the site and all functions are accessible. Please let me know in the comments if you experience any problems, thank you!
13/04/2018 – I am experiencing strange server issues at the moment, the web page appears to be down sporadically. I’m working on a fix with the provider, for troubleshooting purposes some pages or functions (e.g. building instructions) might be temporarily disabled. Sorry for the inconvenience, I’ll let you know once the problem is fixed.
I would like to present you the motorized remote control mods of the LEGO® Technic 42077 Rally Car. There are two upgrades available, 2 wheel drive and 4 wheel drive with additional extras.
Lego Technic 42075 Fire Racer B model review & speed build with some improvement ideas 🙂
The Lego brick turned 60 years old, so I thought I need to celebrate it with a fun little Technic creation. Nomen est omen – I created a racing brick 🙂