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Chassis and body experiment
This is my latest creation which is a bit of a experiment.First it was to try out a chassis design that i thought of. Then i added the body which was sort of a experiment too.
About this creation
It's powered by one PF XL motor for drive and one PF M motor for the steering. It also has pendular suspension on the front and rear and also has a fake inline 4 cylinder engine that is connected to the drive. It also has a differential on the rear axle.

It's a bit slower over rough terrain but overall it's pretty good considering it's only two wheel drive. It's certainly the strongest drive train i've ever made. There isn't much movement with the pendular suspension as the springs are fairly stiff.

I'll let the pictures do the rest of the talking.





















And a video of it working:



And thats it. hope you like it. as always questions and/or comments are welcome.



Comments

 I made it 
  July 20, 2012
Quoting George Staples The drive looks very good, and I like your pendular suspension design on the rear. I think it needs some bigger tires tho.
Thanks. :) Yeah i agree it needed some bigger tyres but they are the biggest i have.
 I like it 
  May 4, 2012
The drive looks very good, and I like your pendular suspension design on the rear. I think it needs some bigger tires tho.
 
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