Sunday, May 19, 2013

TBs TechPoll 38 - Red colored track inserts, or what?

As we have already mentioned a few times before, there is one particular new part release with the upcoming LMS EV3 kits, very interesting for the Technic builders. More specifically on the LEGO MINDSTORMS Education EV3 Expansion Set (45560).
We are ofc referring to the new rubber track inserts that fit on the large Technic track elements (57518), to provide additional grip.

It happens we will get a red overdose of these, on the coming months...
Hence the question, which other colors would you like to see released that eventually better fit with your LEGO Technic constructions?



You can answer the poll on the right and select your favorite colors. We added just those which are already available as rubber colors into LDraw library (most of them), but ofc you can also select 'other' and specify in the comments, which one you would prefer, in case it is not listed.
I'm really curious to see what will come out of this, i.e. which are your preferences.

13 comments:

M. Redepenning said...

Black and (dark) grey - they won't look as dirty :)

Nazgarot said...

I to would like to see them in dark (bluish)grey.

-ED-

Carlos Ribeiro said...
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Carlos Ribeiro said...

1st option Black,
2nd option Light Bluish Gray

Zachary Cross said...

#1 Black, #2 DBG, don't want anything that stands out too much.

Dave said...

Dark Bluish Grey would be nice.

Kenneth Westelinck said...

Yes! Dark bluish grey please.

Jetro said...

Black and DBG for me too.

MattTheTubaGuy said...

Same colour as the most common tracks (black and DBG as other people have said)

AVCampos said...

It seems TLG should start producing parts in dark bluish grey rubber... ;)

Designer-Han said...

Flat Silver.....

Algirdas Lašas said...

1st option would DBG
2nd option would black.
Still I think DBG is better choice :)

Allanp said...

Black would be my favorite. After that it kinda depends on the model. White would suit a space rover thiny, blue would be good for a non technic themed under water vehicle.

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