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




- R.ED.1.2 - Mid-size space (7 studs wide)


Standard: Yes
Max shock adsorvers allowed: 2
Advanced suspension geometry (Camber angle): Yes


- R.ED.1.3 - Large space (9 studs wide)



Standard: Yes
Max shock adsorvers allowed: 2
Advanced suspension geometry (Camber angle): Yes

- R.ED.1.4 - XLarge space (11 studs wide)



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



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:

Daniel Belote said...

Thank you for posting my idea!

Gracias para poner mi idea! (please excuse my spanish, i am an 8th grade student in USA)

Anonymous said...

Just a typo correction - "adsorvers" should actually be "absorbers" since shocks absorb shock impulse and dissipate kinetic energy.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shock_absorber

Wicked blog, some awesome Technic builds here!

Anonymous said...

Just a point from me , I think you should also add some gearboxes in the MPS gallery. Maybe even with some variations in the number of speeds [4speed, 5speed, 6speed e.t.c] or whether they will be used for front-wheel drive, rear-wheel drive or 4WD.

Hope you continue with MPS
Frank

Anonymous said...

Very good job, although I would like to see some more chassis designs, as well. Are you still planning to do that cage-type chassis you were talking about??

I am patiently waiting for any update in your MPS.
Thanks

Anonymous said...

Hello Sheepo,
I was hoping to do a supercar with 4 wheel steering using your MPS. Do you have any plans to make rear axles with steering?
Thank you very much,
Frank

Anonymous said...

Can you make the instructions on LDD instead of L3D Files? My computer cant open those.

Anonymous said...

He can't because he says that in ldd most of the parts doesn't exist.

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