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R/C Pro-Touring Musclecar. . . This time i wanted to make a Musclecar. didnt realy know what model or brand so i just made something what looks like one. What i always liked where Pro-Touring musclecars. To be short about what Pro-Touring is, its modern performance in a classic package. It's all about great driving conditions. So what does it all do? Thats the most interresting question for a technic model. It is C/R It has 4-WD Individual suspention 4 wheel steering Automatic transmission (high gearing, low gearing and reverse) It starts in high gear and when it moves up a slope it will change automaticly in lower gears. The grill can be moved in fron of the headlights. ( i beleve chargers have that option) The headlights turn with the wheels. in other words they look into the corner when you make a turn. something you see on modern cars. Ive changed the lower A-arm from the front suspention so the wheels will tilt a bit when you steer. it helps to handle the car better in cornering. lots of cars have that. i saw it on a BMW X5. The steeringwheel rotates with the wheels. The hood, trunk and doors open. And ofcourse a working V8 It's 25 studs wide It would look better with other tires. To bad i dont have them. Here you that the wheels and headlights are straight and pointing forewards. Here you see that the wheels tilt a bit. It is done for better handling in corners. To make them you need to put the lower A-arm 1/2 stud more to the front. The headlights are pointing into the corner. Hood, trunk and doors open. You can see the battery in the trunk and the V8 in the front fueled by 2 carburetors. View of the automatic transmission. It works like this: 1st you need a differential. One side is the outputaxle, the other one is the inputaxle. At the inputaxle you put on the gears you need to shift between. On the differential you put a gear where you put a arm on. So when you turn the inputaxle of the differential and hold the outputaxle the arm will have to move. You attach the arm at a shifter. The shifter needs to be attached at a axle with gears. Use rubber bands or a spring to put the arm into 1st gear. Next to the shifter you put another axle with all the same gears and put a motor on it. You dont need clutchgears in this system. You slide with the gears. This is in words how it works. I hope i'm clear enough about the automatic transmission and hope to see it in more MOC's soon.

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