Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Sequential gearboxes family

Today is the third anniversary of this website!!

And for celebrate it I will show you many information about all my sequential gearboxes until today.

With my latest cars (Caterham Seven and Shelby GT500), I have introduced a new sequential gearbox type, and to avoid problems with how to call this new one, I decide add a new way to call all of them.



Since now the new versions of the sequential gearboxes will be called with ordinal numbers. In this ordinal numbers don't enter other gearboxes types like: dual clutch, planetary or CVT, just normal sequential gearboxes.

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

AXR 400 Crossbone

This is a little MOC designed in a few hours to get my mind far of my new car for a while...

It is built in scale 1/10. And the weight is only 450 grams.



Thursday, January 30, 2014

Mechanic Garage Jack

Almost over the horn, here is the first MOC of this 2014.

This a little and simple MOC designed in about 5 hours for the Hispalug Expo Event.


Saturday, January 11, 2014

Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 INSTRUCTIONS!!

Finally the instructions for my Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 are here!!

For more info about this creation click here

This time the instructions come in two versions: RC and MANUAL
The original version showed in this website is the RC.

The instructions are made in PDF format, and they look very similar to the LEGO Official ones.



Monday, December 30, 2013

Merry Christmas and a Happy 2014!!

To all my readers and followers:

Merry Christmas and a Happy 2014!!



Good intentions for this new year (I will try to comply them):

- Show two more big MOCs, like the past 3 years, one in May or June, and another one in September or October.

- Also I want to show at least one new small MOC every month. And even sometimes they will can have complete LDD files.

- Launch some more instructions for my big MOCs.

- Write some tutorials about how build big technic cars and other themes.


I hope you enjoy my updates along this new year!!

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Cable-stayed bridge (TrenBrick 2013)

This is my thrid bridge, and it is the biggest MOC I have ever built.

This MOC was presented in TrenBrick event in Madrid, on October 2013. Organized by ALE! (Lego Spanish Association) in the Railroad Museum of Madrid

Monday, October 14, 2013

Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 '14

This is the secret car that I showed in the Lego Fan Weekend two weks ago.

The Mustang is one of the most famous cars in the world since 1964 with its first generation.
One year after the Mustang was released, Ford wanted a enhanced version of its car for run at the same level of its rivals in the US races. To design this car Ford hired the driver and car designer Carroll Shelby (1923-2012).

Monday, August 5, 2013

Lego Fan Weekend 2013 in Skærbæk

This year again, I will attend again to the Lego Fan Weekend event in Skærbæk at September 28th and 29th


I will show there some of my MOCs as:

Land-Rover Defender 110
Mini Cooper Mark I
- Caterham Seven
- Truck Trial 4x4 Y2013 (not showed in this website)

And like the past year, I will show there a completly new MOC!! It is a new car this time!!


Even in the summer are enougth good for me, maybe I can carry a second new MOC... but it is still not sure.

Monday, July 29, 2013

Making of: Mini Cooper Mark I

I spent more than one year to develop and build the Porsche 911, along 2010 and 2011. Finally I finish it in May 2011.

After dedicate all that time to only one car, I wanted to build something smaller and simpler, but at the same time I wanted to keep a part of the complexity showed in the Porsche 911.


I started the build in August 2011.

Sunday, June 9, 2013

Newsletter subscription added!

Many people ask me almost every day if I can send they an email when I publish new instructions.

To make this job easier for me and for you, I have added a new newsletter by email subscription.
You can find it in the right column in this website         -->>   -->>   -->>   -->>


Now you only need write your email adress in the box, and I will send you an email each time I publish a new instructions (free or not free). Obviously I will not share your email with anybody.

If at any moment you don't want to receive more emails, please don't send it to your spam folder, you only need to send me an email telling that and I will delete you in the list.

Monday, May 13, 2013

Caterham Seven

I am here again with a all-new car. It was showed at first time in the past MADbrick event.(May 1-5th)

The Caterhan Seven (also called Caterham 7) is the present version of the original Lotus Seven (or Lotus 7) designed by Colin Champan in 1957.


This car is very famous because it is extremly ligth, and it has outstanding dinamic specs, which make this car perfect for its use in competition and track days.

Sunday, May 5, 2013

MPS. Rear axle VI: Multi-link (4 links)

Following the idea of an anonymous reader

With drive (code: R.ED)

- R.ED.1.1 - Push-rod


Standard: Yes
Max shock adsorvers allowed: 1
Advanced suspension geometry (Camber angle): Yes


Sunday, April 21, 2013

MPS. Rear axle V: Torsion-beam

Following idea by Zachary Cross

Without drive (code: R.D)

- R.D.1


Standard: Yes
Max shock adsorvers allowed: 1, it can use hard spings, but works better with soft springs.

Advanced suspension geometry (Camber angle): No

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

MPS. Rear axle IV: Live axle with leaf spring

Following the idea by legomuppet9.

With drive (code F.CD)

- R.CD.2

Standard: No, it need a big hole in the chassis for the drive shaft.
Max shock adsorvers allowed: None, supported by leaf spring under the axle
Advanced suspension geometry (Camber angle): No


Monday, April 15, 2013

New MPS elements

About a year ago I introduced the Modular Platform System(MPS) to help people to built its own supercars with advanced suspensions system easily.

You can find all published information about it here: MPS


Now, 13 months after the last update of it, I want to add some new elements to the MPS(axles and frames)

In this moment is when I need your opinion and ideas for new MPS elements.