Friday, November 16, 2007

Any further questions about Power Functions?

So, you have already seen pictures of the 8275 Bulldozer, maybe even bought/received one, and saw a lot of material about the new Power Functions online, yet still have unanswered questions?

Well, LEGO thought about that, and released an FAQ document. All your remaining questions about the Power Functions system should be answered in this document!
Don't forget the Winch brick in an upcoming Creator set (although I suspect it's not electric), and perhaps some Light&Sound pieces, and even maybe pneumatic components! Of course, this last part is just speculation, but who knows...


TechnicBRICKs said...

I also dream with with PF pneumatic elements, as well as Light&Sound...
Lets keep fingers crossed!

Also believe the upcoming winch PF element won't be electrical, but probably spring loaded.

Good comprehensive document.
They also mention the 'Power Functions extension wire', but I believe it is not yet available anywhere!?

Unknown said...

At least in my opinion, the next big set that would supply us with the so much desired parts for MOCs would be those Power Functions Pneumatic Pieces. Maybe I'm speaking mainly because I don't have any pneumatics yet, but from what I comprehend, a new upgraded version would be quite pleasing to mix with the PF functionalities.

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