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.



This MOC is based in the small French buggy AXR 400.




 The final size is 30x18x15 studs.


It uses a PF M motor for steering, with auto-center.


For drive it has a PF L motor, it it can use a M if you want.

You can change easily the gear ratio between: 1:3(8kph), 1:1.67(4.5kph) or 1:1(2.7kph).


The suspension is independent in the front axle, and a pendular axle in the back.




As always a little video:



Finally you can download the complete instructions here: DOWNLOAD ()


32 comments:

Johann said...

Thank you for the instructions.

Guilherme said...

Hi dear, thank you by your instructions share and congratulations for such simple design and so nice MOC!

Anonymous said...

can you use it for hill-climp ?

Anonymous said...

How can i make a part list and buy on bricklink?

Blastem .es said...

Thanks for the instructions!

Anonymous said...

V1 or V2 receiver

Sheepo said...

It doesn't mutter, it will work find with both.

Anonymous said...

Thanks but can it go any faster then this?

Sheepo said...

Yes, the differnce between V1 and V2 are only under high load, with only one L motor, you should see any difference

Anonymous said...

Thanks and i saw on youtube that a v2 and a rc-motor can hurt a 9volt bb-box can it hurt the one you use too. And do you meen should or should't.

Sheepo said...

Ups, sorry: "you shouldn't see any difference"

Anonymous said...

How long will it drive and did you ever has a engine-failure no matter wich moc's you mean

Anonymous said...

Are you going to make more video's? Just for fun.

Anonymous said...

The last Anonymous is right when will you make more videos from this car?

Sheepo said...

I only make one video for each car. The reason is very simple: I don't like make videos. I make them only because they are necessay to show my work but I don't like it. :(

Anonymous said...

I have notice a problem with the front supspension the wheels hit the fenders.Is it able to fix it?

Sheepo said...

Just try...

Anonymous said...

Ok just try i found something instead of using the standard fenders i use curved-liftarms maybe you should try it too.

Steel Heart said...

Looks like it`s fun to drive it :D Nice!!

Anonymous said...

Can you put up some photos of the steering on the AXR 400 Crossbone ,love the creation, so cool!

Anonymous said...

I downloaded your instructions and they are very much out of order and I can not understand them at all. If you could make me one and have it shipped to me and I could pay you for it that would be very appreciated.

theodore said...

I also thought the instructions were hard to under stand. there are a some pieces that I don't have can i by them from you

Sheepo said...

I don't sell parts. Try in bricklink.com

adenronin hassett said...

Why not use a servo motor for steering?

Sheepo said...

Easy: cost. A servo motor is 3 times more expensive than a M motor.

adenronin hassett said...

Okay.

Anonymous said...

That's good to know I almost bought a servo

Anonymous said...

Hey I had a quick question. So I am about to purchase this, but how would I steer it, and what gears would I need for it to go at 5 mph? Otherwise, I loved this MOC

Sheepo said...

To steer it uses a PF M motor. To go as fast as possible you need 24:8 gears

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the quick response :)

Anonymous said...

I meant to ask how I can control the Buggy once I have made it?

Sheepo said...

Using the LEGO PF remote controller

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