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Lego100 R1 . . Back in the '80s I've tried to make a lego car with 4WD, steering, suspension, a working V8 and a gearbox. Finally I succeeded thanks to stackless lego. The V8 has a supercharger on top, inspired by one of the V8's I found on youtube. It runs very smooth because the 2 crankshafts are at the end connected by the chain which runs to the "supercharger". In first gear it makes a lot of rounds per minute and it sounds great. In order to make it all work I had to make a frame with as little torque possible. I used triangles to make the frame stiff. The gearbox has 4 gears, no R. It's got 3 differentials 2 for the front and back, one in the middle. the gears: 1 2,167195767 2 2,031746032 3 0,812698413 4 0,761904762 3&4 are overdrives....

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