TUTORIAL! Lego Technic Pull Back 6×4 Chassis

Many of you have been asking me for a tutorial on my Lego Pull Back Car (6×4 pullback car chassis) powered by two pullback motors, so here it is! You should now be able to build your very own Pull Back 6×4 Chassis.

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Looking Back At 2015

The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 31,000 times in 2015. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 11 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

The busiest day of the year was November 10th with 525 views. The most popular post that day was EV3RSTORM.

Top 5 Posts in 2015

EL3CTRIC GUITAR

SumoStorm3r

RAC3 TRUCK

Ali3nCompanionDroid

Doodl3r

Top 5 Referring Sites in 2015

Ultimate Robotics Network

The NXT Step Blog

EuroBricks

VEX iQ Forum

MindTechnic Blog

Demographics

Most visitors came from the United States, totaling over 8,000. Germany and Spain rank next to the United States, but each at less than 6% of total traffic. In all, there were visitors from 110 countries all over the world.

Aero Racer 2.0

The original Aero Racer featured a dual motor setup. This is a completely overhauled pullback racer with three hard-coupled pullback motors. Combine that with large tires, and it makes for a superb setup for more than adequate torque and speed and exceptional distance run. Features flex axles and (non-functional) V8 piston engine.

Modify Your LEGO Tires For Performance


This tutorial shows how to increase the firmness of your LEGO tires! If your Mindstorms or Technic creation is pushing the tires down like a flat tire due to heavy weight, or if you want less rolling resistance from squishy tires, you’ve come to the right place! I hope this tutorial is a big help!  Continue reading