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File this under: cool LEGO creations. Paul, a 29-year old geek from Poland, spent 7-years building the LEGO Technic Tumbler you see above. This radio-controlled masterpiece boasts an independent front suspension and a live rear axle. Continue reading for a video, more pictures, and additional information.


You'll find that its rear-axle is powered by two radio controlled-motors coupled through an adder that transfers power to the rear differential via a ball joint. Plus, there's also a LEGO LED hooked up to the rear that functions as the ‘jet' engine, complete with faux flame and spring-mounted cannons to boot.


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This entry was posted on 12/07/2012 06:30am and is filed under Geek, LEGO, Movies .
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