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The engine uses the offset axle holes of the 24 tooth gears to make a crankshaft.

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elgo This is the only set to ever have these wheels in white. I used a 3L blue liftarm as gearstick because his big brother has it too, same goes for the antenna being red for the headlights. There are no rear seats.

Thanks guys for the compliments. I love how you got all the original features in. I am glad it it’s still just lrgo under the “rear window”.

If you wonder pego I didn’t use the part of pinhoel with 2 axle ends on the driveshaft towards the gearbox. This mini is sweet.

In this Technic set, the steering employs the Ackerman Principle based on the shape of the new steering arms. Brilliant little bugger, your small builds get better and better. Differential This set uses a rear differential gear.

Edited March 19, by Appie typos and couldn’t preview topic before posting? Each pair of opposing cylinders shares a common crank pin.


Proportions are just on spot – you can clearly see smaller model is like a younger brother to larger one.

Instructions For LEGO 8865 Car

All four wheels have independent suspension. Too bad the suspension are non-official part usage. Lwgo March 16, Funny thing for the headlights control is that I had the full intention to build it like the original, however I couldn’t route an axle through the front suspension steering took alot of available spacenor have a lever for it between the gearbox and the seats.

Creating a small moc of this size and number of functions is a challenge already. The rack uses leego new ball joints at each end to attach to new tie rods. The steering arm itself pivots on upper lsgo lower king pins which fit into sockets in the control arms.

The color coded computer image shows the configuration in each gear. Register a new account. I originally wanted to use Already have an account? That resulted in this 11 stud wide suspension, which was alot better to work with for mounting a body to it. Appie you’ve got some insane 8865 for building small. So with having a scale that basically meant 2: LvdH Looking at the comments, I’ll probably make my own LDD within the next couple of days, so people can build it if they would like to.

LEGO Car Instructions , Technic

A lever in the cabin pushes an axle forward and back see computer image. Posted March 16, edited. Click for an animation of the steering in motion. A rack gear runs parallel to the axles. Click for an animation of the transmission shifting. A little turn of that LBG bush and the seat won’t move. A pair of longitudinal axles support each seat and allow it to translate forward and back. Thank you very much guys!


I tried to copy as many details of the engine as possible. The rear suspension could have also used the new control arms, but instead forms the control arms out of four beams.

Lego 8865 Technic Test Car Classic Vintage RARE Set

The gearbox is not synchronized in any way, so it is difficult to shift gears since they tend not to be aligned. This axle turns a crank which pushes up the headlights about 45 degrees. I have only a question, how shock absorbing work with the real drivertrain? The engine also has lebo number of aesthetic features such as a pair of exhaust manifolds. This is immediately recognizable as an updatedeven without reading any text.

But I understand there are very little options there. Seats The seats are adjustable in both position and recline angle. This legk the first Lego “supercar” I build when I was about 8 years old.

I decided the value 8865 having independent suspension at the rear was of greater importance as a tribute to this model than a diff. Very nice little tribute. Click for an animation of the differential in motion.