Saturday, February 26, 2011

8070 Building Instructions, available online

We used to get the B-models building instructions at technic.LEGO.com and main models at the standard Customer Service page.
It looks the BIs for the main models have beeing added also on the Technic website and now e can also download them for the new LEGO Technic 8070, Supercar.

Below you have the direct links to download all the instruction books,










As usual, have an happy building!

9 comments:

Junkstyle Gio said...

My copy is said to arrive today, it only gives me one problem: which model will I build first?

Conchas said...

Main model, off course! ;D
Still wondering how the doors mechanism works... but looking deeper into the instructions. :)

Rohan Beckett said...

I often prefer building the alternate first... as I usually know that I'll end up keeping the primary model built, and on display the longest!

Although lately.. there's been a couple of sets where the Alternate model is better!

Junkstyle Gio said...

Guess you are right!

The quality of the a-model pdf is btw sooo bad!
Good thing i've got the real one..

Jetro said...

@Junkstile Gio
You are absolutely right. I've submitted a sample to the LPR Ambassador Forum to see if this can be corrected, either now or for future instruction pdfs

Conchas said...

I feel TLG started doing this intentionally.
It was also the case for the other 1H11 sets.

Not to save bandwidth or even storage space, but just for not giving it all away for free.
Maybe it turns to be an incentive, for fans to buy the real thing, while at the same time they are still allowed to get full instructions online!?

Conchas said...

If you realize, only the B-model has now a decent quality, likely because these are not usually included with the Technic sets anymore.

Chase Gromley said...

I have built the B-model and it is not as great as I had thought that it would be. The main model is quite good except for a few complaints. Rough looking interior all around. But it was quite a fun build. I also have no batteries yet, so I must turn functions manually. Lego should have made motorizing an option similar to the excellent fan made car from a few months ago. I think motorizing in this model is quite silly.

Ulf Andersson said...

Thanks, Conchas!

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