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Sunday, March 10th 2019, 10:21am

Simply great :thumbsup:
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Thursday, April 4th 2019, 3:06pm

Suspension

Hi all
I made a new drive system to my V43. Previous also was ok but i would like to add some 'suspension' which help to loco smooth running.

I changed the motors as well (same power as before) but more quiet.

The total suspension height is approx. 1,5mm-2mm

Please look the pictures and two short video about how is working.

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Ákos



https://youtu.be/f3BQuvWG7qo

https://youtu.be/NYR__j8KWRE



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Thursday, April 4th 2019, 7:58pm

Today i played in the garden and try the new spring boggie system.







It was perfect:) ! i really satisfied with it.

The garden track not so smooth and even high speed everything was perfect.

Please see attached video

High speed:

https://youtu.be/H8z1r0mLPK0

https://youtu.be/oM6_IYNvQ4Q



Few 'standard' speed video:

https://youtu.be/mN4XL1GkDgM



https://youtu.be/hwkRdUzf31M


https://youtu.be/F9AYIE4Ksqc



https://youtu.be/pz-PJairOC4





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Friday, April 5th 2019, 12:03pm

Akivon, don't you use normally active suspension in your models??
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Jacek Wysocki

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Friday, April 5th 2019, 1:39pm

Hi Jacek

Not really. I just used different type of solutions to let the axles separate movements.
Like this case:




But this is not active suspension actually. (mean springs..)

Could you please show me your solutions? Im really interested in about any solutions.

Thanks

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Friday, April 5th 2019, 2:07pm

Hi Jacek

Never mind i ve already found your blog and i saw your professional solutions!

I need to grow up that level but i think i will never use metal as a basic that is why i need to find always 'alternative' solutions.

BR

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Sunday, April 14th 2019, 8:09am

Hi Jacek

Never mind i ve already found your blog and i saw your professional solutions!

I need to grow up that level but i think i will never use metal as a basic that is why i need to find always 'alternative' solutions.

BR

Ákos

Hi Akos,
Thanks for nice words. :-) I think for boggies metal is a nice solution.
You could find pictures of my projects in Google or on FB.
With best regards
Jacek Wysocki

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