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Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grandsport . Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grandsport. Scale 1:8 (31x70x18.5 studs). full remote controlled, independent suspension, all wheel drive, all wheel progressive brakes, handbrake, completely sequential gearbox with 7+R speeds, convertible top, retractile spoiler and flap... . Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grandsport This Supercar is the continuation and finishing of a project Technic Supercar 2009: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/145792 First a few pictures of the real Veyron And now a few pictures of my MOC: The car maintains its proportions in length, width height, wheelbase, length of the hood and several more to give it shape. The approximate scale is 1:8. The doors open manually, but have a little lock so they don't open by themselves. To open them you simply pull them up slightly. Additionally, in this picture you can see that in front of the co-pilot's seat there is a little red lever to open the hood In addition to the PF mechanisms of the previous article, there are another two. One of them is the roof. I know that in the real model the roof has to be removed and re`placed manually, and must be stored separately, but I have managed to make it so that it folds and is hidden inside the car. As can be seen in the picture, part of the roof and the air intakes are lifted to let the "soft top" pass and immediately after go back to their initial position. Since each PF receiver can control 2 motors independently, why waste this connector? So I used it for another one of the characteristic elements of the car, its foldable aileron with variable inclination. Here, in order to be able to lift and tilt the aileron with the same motor, I have built it so that first the aileron is lifted and after that tilted. In this way it is lifted straight and then tilted according to your liking with the same movement A picture of the sequence: Also, the aileron hides one of my favourite mechanisms in this car: if while the aileron goes up you use the brakes, the aileron is suddenly inclined forwards, converting it into a flap (like the brakes on a plane) in order to help brake the car, just like the original Veyron Here a external pictures gallery: http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=411404 The best video from my Veyron, filmed and upload by Conchas(thank you :)) One more demostration in this video at time 0m 45s. and here: The last video in collaboration with eletrickbricks. Also you can find more information in my website: sheepo.es If you have any comments or questions please write to sheepo_86@yahoo.es


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