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RC Sportscar Little Devil . Has full building instructions. . Hey Lego-lovers, I'm very happy to present my latest creation: the Little Devil remote controlled sportscar. Full detailes step-by-step building instructions are now available as free download on my website And it has won the 1st prize in the "For the love of cars"-contest. This is meant to be the first in a small series of LEGO-Technic cars using the wheels of set 8462. It's one of the nicest set of LegoŽ wheels I have, which made me come up with this idea. The cars will have the same scale and similar features: remote controlled driving & steering, opening doors, working lights and engines. They will not have suspension and gearboxes for some specific reasons. It allows to make tighter mudguards and lower ground clearance, which looks good. And it allows the batterybox to be placed in the middle of the bottom of the car, which is good for stability. The Little Devil is not a model of an existing car. It's a typical mid-engine sportscar, inspired mainly by brands like Lamborghini, Ferrari & Koenigsegg. It features a very reliable drivetrain: the ERTWD, which is stronger than the motor itself, so the RC driving works very well,making it much fun to drive. The manual doors-mechanism works like in a Koenigegg: first the doors move outward: and than they rotate forewards: Fast cars have big engines, and I managed to squeeze a V10 engine in with a degree additional detailing: Just like with my Black supercar The Wasp, I tried to close the model completly. I made extensive use of the new-style panels and covered the studs & holes as much as possible with tiles. Pictures of the chassis: And some more pictures: Hope you like it. Feel free to comment.

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