Sunday, February 12, 2012

MPS. Rear axles I: Double wishbone I

Type 1

- R.AD.1.1A - Pushrod A


Standard: Yes
Max shock adsorvers allowed: 3
Advanced suspension geometry (Camber angle): Yes, variable along the suspension position


- R.AD.1.1B - Pushrod B


Standard: Yes
Max shock adsorvers allowed:1
Advanced suspension geometry (Camber angle): Yes, variable along the suspension position

- R.AD.1.2 - Large space in the center (9 studs wide)


Standard: Yes
Max shock adsorvers allowed:2
Advanced suspension geometry (Camber angle): Yes, variable along the suspension position


- R.AD.1.3 - Extra large space in the centrer (13 studs wide)

Standard: Yes
Max shock adsorvers allowed: 2
Advanced suspension geometry (Camber angle): Yes, variable along the suspension position


You can read more about the Modular Platform System here: MPS


Also you can download all axles and chassis in only one link: Download ( )

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Very nice design, my compliments Sheepo!

maybe ill use the last axle if you don't mind, i will credit you!
is it also tested with Power Functions ?


Mark4lego

Anonymous said...

Hello , Sheepo . I would really like to build a buggy , but I don't know what suspension system to use . Which one would you recommend ??? Thanks

Sheepo said...

If you want to make a buggy, the best option is wait a little... because all thia axles are desgined to built supercars, and this means that all axles has short suspension range... but comming soon I will add more axles and any of them are better to built a buggy.
In any case If you want to built it now, I think the best is R.AD.1.2 connecting the shock adsorver's upper point one stud below.

Anonymous said...

how to open it

Alex Brogan said...

Great job Sheepo! I am looking to build my own large super car similar to the size of 8070. I want 4 wheel drive, what front and rear suspension should I use? Thanks, Alex

Sheepo-fan said...

how to open the files?

Sheepo said...

With SR3D Builder. You can find the link in the instructions page.

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