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hodge hawk
the very first lego version of the hodge hawk on MOCpages. it has a steering system, workeing suspension, a cockpit that opens and closes,...
About this creation
the hodge hawk, made by alex hodge oke, the link doesn't work... anyway, www.hodge.co.nz .
it has a V-twin 120hp honda engine, it can reach speeds up to 230 kilometers per hour, and is very aerodynamic.

my version has a steering system, opening cockpit, independent front suspension and rear suspension, a 2 cilinder V-engine, and a raceing chair.


as you can see, the cockpit opens not with a door, but like a F15-likeing cockpit, from front to back.


the front, it took a long time to let his nose look good...


as you can see it has very aerodynamic shapes.


the side, at maximum height


and here i push it down. at the back, i've used a normal yellow spring, but at the front i've used rubber bands, otherwise you can't attatch the springs


the rear. it has one big exhaust pipe and just one back wheel!


and here is a close-up of the raceing chair


PLEASE COMMENT AND RATE!



Comments

  July 13, 2010
Man, you should really concentrate on making technic stuff, that's where talent is! Nice job on the vehicle :)
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  May 26, 2010
very cool, *LK! i loove the suspension units! keep it up!
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  May 22, 2010
Very impressive LK! The fact that you added work suspension makes it all the more impressive!
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  May 22, 2010
Very impressive LK! The fact that you added work suspension makes it all the more impressive!
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  May 22, 2010
This is absolutely amazing. I love the suspension and the rear design.
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  May 22, 2010
Nice shape and design; especially for Technic. Excellent work! Keep it up!
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  May 22, 2010
Hmm... That is an interesting design AND build. Good work.
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  May 22, 2010
Quoting David Luders I like this a lot! Were you inspired by the BRP Can-Am Spyder Ryder motorcycle ( http://spyder.brp.com/ )? Either way, your MOC is cool! Is there any way of motorizing it with Power Functions elements?
no, this vehecle really exists... in the name "alex hodge" is a hyperlink, and when you click designs on his website, you can see the real version. i was planning to make a radio-controlled powerfunction model, but then i had to demolish my bulldozer, and i don't want that...
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  May 22, 2010
I like this a lot! Were you inspired by the BRP Can-Am Spyder Ryder motorcycle ( http://spyder.brp.com/ )? Either way, your MOC is cool! Is there any way of motorizing it with Power Functions elements?
 
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