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MV Agusta F4 RR - Lego Technic motor sports bike . Not only this motorbike, but also the set and photography will simply amaze every motorbike fan. My previously built Aprilia motorbike inspired me and I built another motorbike in white. Enjoy! . The MV Agusta is very different from the inside than my previously built Aprilia RSV4. It is heavier and contains more parts, but weighs less than the Aprilia and they share the same excellent mechanical qualities. One difference is that the Aprilia contains a Lego predesigned cylinder engine and the MV Agusta contains a self-designed cylinder engine of another project. Compared to my Lego cars the MV Agusta contains relatively more parts. The smaller I build, the more complex it gets. There are many ways to build a scale model, so I tried different techniques, building around thirty different sub-assemblies until I got the final ones. Sometimes things didnít work out as I planned, but that is how Lego works. Building Lego models is all about constantly solving problems, generally bound to size and proportions. After finishing my Lego motorbike I wanted to present my motorbike in a special way. Therefor I built a motor show set on scale, to make everything look more inviting and appealing. I three corporate logos are visible. These are fictional sponsors. The first is Sidh Arts and it represents me as an artistic designer. The second is Senzu-Ella, a fashion line that represents the MV Agusta sports bike as outgoing, rebellious, sensual and elegant. The third is Shakti Jahaj (vigorous freighter), a automotive parts distributing company. Actually it is me, personally distributing the Lego parts from box to assembly line. It's written in superimposed Hindi letters, because I'm a proud Indian myself.

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