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RC Light Strike Vehicle MkII . This is based on a new military vehicle developed by Singapore Technologies Kinetics. It's remote controlled and has independent suspension. I built MkI (based on an older vehicle) a few months ago, and decided to dismantle it to build this aggressively styled MkII. Enjoy! . This is the actual vehicle which is developed by Singapore Technologies Kinetics. It's very good looking isn't it! Photo taken from http://defense-studies.blogspot.sg/. Rear. Spare tyres always look nice on LEGO models somehow. (: Side view.(This is supposed to look aggressive due to the sloping angles) It seats 6! I haven't featured these LEGO Technic figurines for sometime. Front lights and bumper. Close up of rear lights. With the remote. One control for forward/reverse and one for steering, as usual. Undercarriage. One flaw of this model is that if the batteries need to be changed, I pretty much have to tear down the whole thing to take out the battery box. This is because the battery box is a structural component integrated with the chassis. I hope they won't run out of juice any time soon! Stripped down to the chassis. Front of chassis - double wishbone suspension. The gear you see at the centre is for steering, and is connected to a servomotor. You can see the huge XL motor that drives the rear wheels. For the previous vehicle I used a L motor that only had half the torque. Suspension is live axle. The black cage that surrounds the rear wheels goes a long way in stiffening the rear chassis. This is the LSV MkI that I built in May 2013. Now, the MkII is significantly better as I've rebuilt the whole vehicle from scratch and improved on its flaws: 1) Much faster now, with a bigger motor and better gear ratio. It can even climb over short obstacles. 2) Got rid of the 2 speed gearbox which wasn't very useful. Created space for other things! 3) Styling is better... but then again the actual vehicle looks good in the first place. I decided not to put any 'weapons' on MkII as it looks fierce enough. 4) Stiffer chassis. Last pic... bye!


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