Third version of my rock crawler 4-link. Very good performance. Xl motor for each axle, so dig steering is therefore possible. Normal steering is done via an m-motor. Instructions will come of the final version, just some bugs to fix. Video:
Second version of my drift racer. This time powered by a buggy motor, so it is very fast and very fun. Uses the lego LiPo battery box. Overall a very fun little project. Video:
My GoPro HERO3 Black Edition finally came. Great video quality, and amazing possible uses. Here are some videos I have made with it:
A lego pneumatic engine I made. It uses DrDudeNL’s concept of the “sliding yoke” as opposed to traditional scotch yoke. Only original, non-modified Lego parts were used. Runs very smoothly, even for not having modified parts. It is VERY torquey, and would be great for a trial truck if you had a portable air compressor. Video:
Version two of my rock crawler four link. Better suspension, more powerful, and a shorter wheelbase. Powered by an Rc buggy motor, steered by an m motor. Uses the lipo battery box from lego. Very,very good performance. Video:
A concept for a 4-link rock crawler. Good suspension articulation, and strong link layout. Powered by an XL and steered by an M. Uses the lego lipo battery box, so very lightweight. Video of suspension:
And video of whole crawler:
Good performance, but needs more weight and a slightly shorter wheelbase.