From Lego made a copy of the 1400-hp Ken Block’s MustangApril 9, 2019
The model received four-wheel drive with two differentials and a working transmission
Amateur designer Lego Lachlan Cameron built a copy of the 1400-horsepower Ford Mustang Hoonicorn Ken Block. For the model, he used only standard elements, equipping it with all-wheel drive with two differentials, a radio control module and a working transmission.
Cameron says that the construction of such models takes, according to various estimates, from one to three months. In the case of the Mustang, he spent a lot of time working out the suspension with differentials in order to make it realistic. At the compartment opens the hood, moves the transmission lever, as well as the pistons of the “engine”. In addition, the machine can be controlled using a smartphone.
The original Ford Mustang Hoonicorn is equipped with a 6.7-liter Roush-Yates racing engine rated at 1,400 horsepower. The construction of the car involved the company RTR, owned by drifter Von Gittin, as well as the firm ASD Motorsports.
Briton Ashley Winston assembled from the Lego Technic Porsche 911 GT3 RS kit a copy of the classic Lancia Stratos. For this, he used only those 2704 parts that are included in the original kit.
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