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Dodge Tomahawk 1/6 scale
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Here is the only fully functional dodge tomahawk on MOC pages or brickshelf. The suspension and steering were by far the hardest part for this build. I wanted them to not only look like the real thing but function the same as well. The steering works via a series of push rods and levers.The rear suspension and drive uses dual,inboard swing arms and chains just like the real thing. I had to make a shroud for the engine, as I realized about half way through the build that the engine looked a bit too small. On the real one, the head and tail lights are between the wheels. (the things that look like headlights are actually the air intakes.)



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 I like it 
  June 2, 2013
I'll rate it again (5/5). This is simply one of my most fave motorcycle models. Paul Sariel built a PF Tomahawk too and not that I don't like his, but you built the best Tomahawk so far as I cam remember, before he did. In that way you are very original. I don't know if you saw my Aprilia RSV4 motorbike, but I think you'll like it.
 I like it 
  April 12, 2012
that is about as accurate as you could get with lego I think. nice work
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  September 12, 2010
SSUUUPPPEEEERRR AAAAWWWWWEEEEESSSSOOOOMMMMEEE!!!!!
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  July 13, 2010
1000/5 man.nice thomhawk!i like the way you did the steering and suspension and drive at the same time and it still holds everything!nice work.and can you send me the instructions?please?and if you look at my page yeah i only got brick creations.but i do got technic sets please send instructions to vruiz.010@gmail.com thanks!
 I like it 
  June 20, 2010
I think you should apply for a job as a technic designer! your mocs are amazing. pease can you comment on my new car. thanks.
  June 19, 2010
Very nice, you can combine style and functionality very well.
 I like it 
  June 18, 2010
Fantastic,stunning,amazing !!!! I've seen some Tomahawk's, and build one myself.....I've seen a rc model, scale models and all. But none of the had 4 wheels, working suspension and working steering! Great job.....
 I like it 
  June 18, 2010
I'm so glad to see a functional and beautiful forkless bike built with LEGO! Big challenge ---> great work. Félicitations!
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  June 18, 2010
My eyes!!! They hurt so good and the Tomahawk looks burning hot! I saw other people building a Dodge Tomahawk, but this is simply the best I've seen so far. I'm glad about the fact that the steering works.
 I like it 
  June 18, 2010
Brilliant! The steering must have been a *word I'm not allowed to say on MOCpages* to make, but you've nailed it!!
Tyler Reid
Josh Lucas
  June 17, 2010
This bike is ridiculous. In the literal sense. (Are those the handlebars on top? Did they even consider human proportions?) But you did a good job with it. It's certainly a unique challenge. There really isn't any other vehicle in the world that's anything like this. Edit: So, I looked at pictures, and it's not as uncomfortable to ride as I thought it would be. However, "[the engine] is capable of propelling the concept up to 300 mph+, theoretically. However in practice the poor aerodynamics of the bike would cause it to become unstable at high speeds and it would be suicidal to try." Who puts a V10 in a bike?
 I like it 
  June 17, 2010
you have made really one super creation ,i have see in germany and for me is the best the biggest and the powerfull bike in the world,,,bravo
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  June 17, 2010
Beautiful use of those big panels on the sides.
 I made it 
  June 17, 2010
Quoting Josh Lucas This bike is ridiculous. In the literal sense. (Are those the handlebars on top? Did they even consider human proportions?) But you did a good job with it. It's certainly a unique challenge. There really isn't any other vehicle in the world that's anything like this. Edit: So, I looked at pictures, and it's not as uncomfortable to ride as I thought it would be. However, "[the engine] is capable of propelling the concept up to 300 mph+, theoretically. However in practice the poor aerodynamics of the bike would cause it to become unstable at high speeds and it would be suicidal to try." Who puts a V10 in a bike?
I saw a boss hoss on TV that had a 615 cubic inch (the viper is 505), 850 BHP big block.
 I like it 
  June 17, 2010
i was working on this model, but yours are realy fantastic, excellent!!!
 I like it 
  June 17, 2010
That's amazing! I looked up pics of the real thing and you really nailed it. Keep it up! -Drew
 
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