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I am interested in buying a set with motors (etc) with a remote controller.

Is there a website that allows to search with this conditions? Official website is pretty bad.

I have found the Lego Technic 9398 4x4 until now:

Are there any other?

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One way to get at this is to search Bricklink for sets containing the Power Functions IR Receiver and sets containing the PF IR Receiver V2. As of the time of this answer, it looks like the following sets contain that part and are remote controlled:


  • Motorized Bulldozer 8275
  • Motorized Excavator 8043
  • 4x4 Crawler 9398
  • 4x4 Crawler Exclusive Edition 41999


  • Monster Dino 4958


  • Cargo Train 7939
  • Passenger Train 7938
  • Red Cargo Train 3677

Additionally, remote control capability was available in special bundled editions of trains normally sold without Power Functions (found by searching for sets that contain the one of the Power Functions Remote Controllers:

  • Emerald Night Collection K10194
  • Horizon Express Kit 5001925
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That list even misses Lego Technic 9398 – dynamic Aug 1 '13 at 11:05
Well that's embarrassing. Good catch. It turns out that there's another version of the IR receiver that I wasn't aware of. I've updated my answer to hopefully include all the PF sets with this part. – jncraton Aug 1 '13 at 19:26
leaving out Monster Dino which technic set would you suggest? – dynamic Aug 1 '13 at 22:58
41999 4x4 Crawler Exclusive Edition! – gev Aug 1 '13 at 23:05
I am struggling to decide between one of those sets and the 42009 Mobile Crane MKII (that is awesome) – dynamic Aug 1 '13 at 23:15

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