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I bought a XL motor a couple of weeks ago, but when I saw a video of the M motor I knew it was faster. It seems to be that the XL motor can pull so much more due to the increase in size of the whole motor but takes a lot more time to do a full 360-degree spin, and for the M motor it takes about less than a second to do a whole spin. If you want to buy a ...


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I'll assume you mean the most recent Hogwards express but this applies to most trains: The simplest way to motorize most Lego steam engine sets that weren't made for motorization is to rebuild the coal car to sit on the train motor and contain the battery box. This typically results in a somewhat oversized coal car, but it's not ridiculously sized. If you ...


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