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Jul
6
comment Is the Lego 8884 IR Receiver compatible with earlier IR Speed Remotes e.g. from set 7897?
Generalizing the question, are RC and PF compatible?
Apr
9
comment Will it be fun to go to Legoland with my family?
Are you an AFOL? Are they, or something similar?
Mar
18
comment Is it unethical to distribute 3D models of Lego bricks?
In this case it's better to say "legal", not ethic, imo.
Mar
17
comment Is it unethical to distribute 3D models of Lego bricks?
Ethics is always a personal taste and choice, isn't it?
Mar
12
comment What is the difference between train motors 88002 and 10153?
Thanks! That were my thoughts, wanted to confirm. But how to treat trains that expects old on-track power? Hack it's construction and install PF engine + wheelpair?
Mar
10
comment What is the difference between train motors 88002 and 10153?
@Zhaph-BenDuguid: I've updated my question to be more clear and specific.
Mar
10
comment What is the difference between train motors 88002 and 10153?
@Zhaph-BenDuguid: You're right, thanks. But actually I'm trying to figure out what the difference between this two approaches. Seems that 1st is engine-inside-wheels, and 2nd - separated. Something like that.
Mar
7
comment Are there plans to release new trains for AFOL?
Indeed, it's really cool. Especially if bought separately, without cars I don't like. (Don't own Maersk, and haven't assembled yet recently bought used Santa Fe Locomotive)
Jan
11
comment Minifig rotatable legs on a stick - what is this?
More from Gravity Games series
Dec
18
comment What parts are really required to motorize 10219 Maersk Train?
@Zhaph: Why set-modification? I don't modify anything. Just motorize a train, I'm sure it's not a modification, or this is a subject to discuss on meta, isn't it?
Dec
15
comment What parts are really required to motorize 10219 Maersk Train?
Really coo! Thanks.
Dec
14
comment My Own Train vs. other 9v trains
@Zhaph: Thanks for the clarification!
Dec
14
comment My Own Train vs. other 9v trains
@retracile: What does "HO train" stand for?
Dec
14
comment My Own Train vs. other 9v trains
I may say minus, because I prefer less minifigs but more train details :) so that really felt as geared toward adults
Dec
14
comment Did LEGO recently change Millennium Falcon with a smaller kit?
Just for curiosity, what is the difference between 4504 (2004) and 7965 (2011)?
Dec
14
comment My Own Train vs. other 9v trains
@Joubarc: Got it. Sure, no problem. Maybe next year :)
Dec
13
comment My Own Train vs. other 9v trains
@Joubarc: Actually I just looking for any pitfalls, maybe that's really not bad items to buy, and looking overpriced Santa Fe are really overpriced.
Dec
13
comment My Own Train vs. other 9v trains
P.S. I want to propose my-own-train tag.
Dec
13
comment Starting out with trains: PF, RC, 9v or what?
Thank for your answers here and there! :)
Dec
12
comment Starting out with trains: PF, RC, 9v or what?
Hi. I'm new to Lego in adult age, and new to bricks.SE. Help me a bit please? So 9V and PF are compatible, right? I want to buy Maersk (PF) and good old 9V (from my dreams from catalogue of 1993)