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Motorbike - Aprilia RSV4 R APRC - Technic motor sports bike
I needed to build something else than a car scale model. This doesn't mean I won't build any car in the future, but for the variation I have built this Aprilia sports motorbike.
About this creation
I spent three months to complete this motorbike on scale. I don't want to create just a motorbike and post pictures, but I also want to capture it on film like I did with the Ferrari (http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/235749) and KITT (http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/358329). Though it's even more difficult to capture a motorbike scale model on video, I accepted the challenge and in the not too distant future I will post a video.





For the camerawork I need an external drivetrain to make the wheels spin, a background and a trembling devide to mimic wind and bumps on the ground. For the background I am going to capture clean shots to key in the motorbike into the clean shots. I don't want the video to become one big visual effects edit, but a video with a rather natural feeling.





Comments

 I made it 
  October 26, 2013
Ok. I'll try to trnasverse mount thev4 engine. I already did it with an inline 4-cil engine. I think it's highly possible. No, first I wanted to moc the 8420, but that became ugly. I tried to source it for my Aprilia, but I repeatedly modified the inner side of the chassis, so actually it became something, a bit more different than the 8420.
Quoting kevin mosto nice design. To be aware though, the actual rsv4 has a transversely mounted V4 engine instead of a longitudinal one that you have utilized in this moc. I understand that the current drivetrain you use is quite handy to build as it is directly sourced from the set 8420... U know, just sth that i'm concerned, hope you do an even better job on your next bike.
  October 24, 2013
nice design. To be aware though, the actual rsv4 has a transversely mounted V4 engine instead of a longitudinal one that you have utilized in this moc. I understand that the current drivetrain you use is quite handy to build as it is directly sourced from the set 8420... U know, just sth that i'm concerned, hope you do an even better job on your next bike.
 I made it 
  May 24, 2013
Quoting Daniel Wareing Very impressive motorcycle, well done !
Thnx. Well, you should see my other one, but I'm still building it. The vid has yet to be edited.
 I like it 
  May 24, 2013
Very impressive motorcycle, well done !
 I made it 
  May 20, 2013
Quoting JAI THEPIE I relly like your motobike it looks amazing how long did it take you to make and how many peices are there
It took me almost three months to build this. I forgot the amount of pieces, but I think it's almost the same as the official Lego models.
 I like it 
  May 19, 2013
I relly like your motobike it looks amazing how long did it take you to make and how many peices are there
 
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