Friday, February 1, 2008

Week TechVideo, 2008 #05 - A 4WD, 4WS vehicle with suspension

Sivan Toledo is a blogger at, who also uses to visit TBs. Once he found this post about a compact pendular suspension, became also interested to test how it works and shown us the result here. Sivan also have commented about this on the same TBs post.

So, this is the video I decided to highlight at this TBs 'Week TechVideo' section.

Check out the video to see how this vehicle moves, how its suspension allows it to overcome obstacles, etc...

This 4-wheel drive (4WD), 4-wheel steering (4WS) vehicle with suspension, uses Power Functions elements for driving, steering, and remote-controlled operation.


Alex Campos said...

Great! Now all it needs is some bigger shoes for more ground clearance, and away it goes to Truck Trial competitions!

Anonymous said...

I received my PF elements a couple of days ago but still I can't build something that looks nice. They're big parts and don't fit anywhere. I had to built some ugly monster like this one - no offense Sivan :)

Anonymous said...

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder...

Xenon HID said...

Nice video.Keep posting more.

Xenon HID said...

Nice!Beauty is in the eye of the beholder..

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