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HONDA REPSOL CBR1000RR . HONDA flagship superbike CBR1000RR, in most famous MotoGP team HONDA REPSOL color scheme. . HONDA REPSOL is one of the most famous MotoGP team, and its color scheme is also the most noticeable one. Few people have oppotunities to ride there racing bike RC212V, but everyone is able to ride HONDA・s flagship production superbike, CBR1000RR. This LEGO creation takes me 2 years to build it. It・s about the size of Technic 8420, but weight more 50% as it・s about 900 pcs. (8420 got only 506 pcs). This bike・s skeleton is made by Technic method, and I insist all the basic functions of Technic should be remained. Rear wheel is geared to its engine and pistons. The fork is able to turn. Both front and rear suspension works fine. There・s no room for me to add more functions in it, like clutch, transmission system, but all it got so far are complex enough for me. At the outside, I covered the skeleton with model-team technique, and that・s the hardest part of this creation. I・m glad that I succeeded, even at the hardest part, the head light. There・s still a difficult job need to be done after all the LEGO creation is completed, the stickers. The process making a set of custom stickers for REPSOL is complicate and annoying. I spent months dealing with things I never touch before, such as picture and logo retouching, aligning, printing stickers, cutting stickers. I even paint the wheel rims into LEGO orange since there・s no orange LEGO rim. All these stuffs make me almost forgot I・m creating a LEGO work during these months. Happily, I finally got what I want. Let・s take a look of its outfit. The clutch staff and pedal can really move. CBR1000rr during 2004 to 2007 has single tail pipe under the back seat, and later versions have bottom right short exhaust pipe. I personally prefer later version. There・s a small trunk under the back seat, like real CBR1000rr do. The side stand. Back seat footrest can actually flipped and stretch. It is how suspension system works. Now let・s take a look of skeleton. The head is really complicated that no parts are combined in 90 degrees as normal. The rear suspension system of CBR1000RR is exclusive unit pro-link technique. Here are two pictures showing how it works. And this is how my LEGO bike works. Sadly there is no room to put entire exhaust pipe in this bike, so I can only tuck its head section in. I made a stand for it, which makes it more :racing; and also very convenient when I am :repairing; it (the side stand is not very stable). I also made a U-bolt for it, in case anyone ride it away. K such like this. LOL (it・s another color scheme, HRC version, I might public it later if I got time.)(This mighty IRON MAN is not my creation) This is where I work. I should find some times to paint my wall after finishing this. This bike takes me 2 years to build it, hope my next program won・t take me that long. Do you like it? Please drop me comments! This is the CUUSOO page of this work , please give me a support if you like this! And whoever likes this bike, thank you!

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