Hey everyone, this is my Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4.
The car features:
- V12 engine -AWD with 3 differentials
-5 + R AWD transmission -Clutch -Pushrod suspension -Steering -Scissor doors with dumped shock absorbers
-Retractive spoiler -Opening hood -Opening trunk
This car was quite a challenge for me, it took a lot of work to get everything right, I try to be very perfectionist when it comes to shape and proportions of the body, but finally I got it; and I think the car looks awesome.
Many functions this time, my favorites are the scissor doors and the pushrod suspension since I have never done those before.
Im also very pleased with my new compact AWD 5 + R gearbox with clutch and differential incorporated, it works very well.
And this time I added a little video for you to watch .
Hey this is the best moc I have seen in a long time. I was wondering if you wouldent mind emailing me the chassis instructions at Darius.Risinger@gmail.com. If you could that would be great. Once again a fantastic moc.
Great job! My personal favorite car... better save up 400,000cr. in GT6 lol My main problem when it comes to building DETAILED technic sets, is when adding a gearbox. I only have room for a 4 speed, and Im not sure how to make one. Plus a clutch, how you do that?
I just wanted to tell you, this creation is amazing! I love the detail you put into it! Congratulations, I hope you continue to build wonderful ideas. I am a huge fan of the Aventador. Thank you for sharing.
Hi Francisco! Excellent work on the chassis and on the body :) If you haven't already destroy your car, is it possible to have some pics of the gearbox at email@example.com ?
I'm building a technic supercar and I want to include a 5-speed+R gearbox but I don't know how to do (ratios, gears, etc.) Yours seems to be the perfect size to be in my car! Thanks Carry on building great cars! ;)
This is one mesmerizingly sharp looking very streamlined brutal lambo there!
I know there are no instructions, but I'd be more than grateful if you could send me some pictures (as you mentioned someone already) to my email.
You could reach me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
very good. very good indeed, but now good sir i challenge you to make the Lamborghini veneno!
I like it
December 12, 2013
Really Cool! Im building a Ferrari F-430, and I need it to be 1/12 scale. So its 15in long, 6in wide, and 4in tall. All i really need is redo the chassis to make it narrower. to compensate for the large tires. I want to do a pushrod, but I can't figure it out. Any help?
Did you think about making the instructions for this masterpiece?
I tried so long and so hard to make the Aventador, but with no success... And you made it so fantasticaly good, that I would love to build your version... please...:-)
Very Cool Lambo! Fitting a 7+R gearbox in this would be much too large IMO for the scale. I also don't really see any similarities with your style and crowkiller's style. He has his own thing and you have yours. One question, are those 2 clutch gears joined together at the teeth underneath the gearbox? Great Job!
Not bad... It is fantastic! But as always, it's hard to have a big geabox in an 1/10 scaled car. This should have a 7+R and only have 5+R. Anyway, I understand you because I have the same problem with my cars. Overall, 5/5
Wow, a seriously impressive design and beautifully built. properly engineered too - it could be a real set. Except of course that it's better! 10/10, amazing work, and well done on The Lego Car Blog too - very very well deserved.
OH YEAH!!! This is amazing! all the functions are awesome! And the shaping is amazing! i especially like the roof line :) This is probably the best Aventador on the pages... now you make me want to give a system Aventador another try ;)
Very nice work! When it comes to the chassis, you and Crowkillers seem to have a very similar building style. The body turned out great as well, although due to the black, some of the nice details of the real Aventador kind of disappear in your pictures, so I can't judge how close this representation really is. The outlines are close to perfect though!