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Race Truck - Type 6 . Model Team: Motorized Race Truck with RC engine and new steering mechanism . My old race truck has had a major overhaul. Earlier versions received much criticism for not looking like real race trucks, so this time I actually took inspiration from some real trucks! Gone are the two axles with twin diffs in the rear and in comes a solution using the high powered RC engine directly (that motor has already melted a couple of my bricks because of its sheer power). I was satisfied with the engine and interior (seats with "ears" and 4 point seat belts) from the type 5 (see below). The rest of the truck has changed radically from the exhaust in the side to the damped rear suspension. The steering mechanism uses weights to make it return to neutral when the motor is turned off. This is much more responsive than previous systems and feels like the kind you know from ordinary RC-cars. I have plenty of transparent orange bricks from this crane, but I thought it would be more realistic with non-transparent headlights, a lot of stickers and for the first time ever: no steering knob on the roof! It works best when the batteries are fully charged and I have to warn: The bricks beneath the truck are in a terrible state after having played some hours by driving through gravel and having the steering wheels fall off so that the brick beneath get scraped along the ground (You have to use the old 4 spoke Technic brushes for wheel bolts - all other kinds will not hold!) Other versions More picture can be found in the Brickshelf Gallery

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