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Stratos . Motorized Lego Lancia Stratos . I've used platform from my (le)go-kart (four L motors, two 8878 batteries, two V2 receivers) to create this interpretation of a Lancia Stratos. It is 42 studs long, and 21 studs wide and weighs 978g. It has 4 L motors which are coupled/geared 5:1 and power is transmitted, without differential, to the rear axle. Wheel & Tire: 41896/41897 front and rear. Everything can be opened. It has working fake engine at the back and spare tire at the front. Both batteries are easily accessible Headlights can be opened. It has fake fuel caps on both sides. Few details in the interior with fake fire extinguisher in the middle. Layout of motors and batteries. Hope you enjoyed it.

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