Saturday, November 22, 2008

Week TechVideo, 2008 #47 - PF enabled Enzo

This week take a look on this 8653 Enzo MOD, and how NXThomas integrated several PF elements to drive it remotely.

There were integrated in this LEGO original:
  • 2x XL-Motors
  • 1x M-Motor
  • 1x Battery Box
  • 1x IR Receiver
  • 1x PF Pole Reverser / Switch
  • 1x PF Lights

And even managed to find space, to integrate both front and rear suspensions, into the original.
Now, it seems we are going to get instructions soon.

Great work!


Anonymous said...

Conchas, could you please post the video link for me? I'm having trouble viewing embeded videos. Thank you ..

TechnicBRICKs said...

Have sent it to your e-mail.

Usually if you click twice over the embedded object area, it opens the corresponding YouTube page.
Maybe even this, doesn't work for you actually!?


Anonymous said...

Thanks a lot mate! I'm having a little problem with internet, my browser works text only now :) I know how to fix it though, just didn't have time to try. Thank you for the email!

It's a very nice mod, very nice indeed. It was surprising to see that even the seats & doors are in their place. I'd probably have to take out everything possible :) Looking forward to see the instructions.

Anonymous said...

Great car!
What camera is used in the car?


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