What happens when you build a 100-cylinder-long LEGO car? Will it be able to round corners or make U-turns?
What happens when you build a 100-cylinder-tall LEGO car? Will this vertical H-engine configuration drive steadily through small spaces? And what happens when these vehicles go up against each other?
In this Brick Experiment Channel video, two remote-controlled LEGO cars with 100 cylinder engines are put to the test. Which version will succeed, long or short?
Watch these related LEGO videos on TKSST:
• Making the Longest 1:1 LEGO Gear Train
• Modifying a climbing LEGO car design for 15 obstacles
• Making a LEGO car cross longer and longer gaps
Bonus: LEGO Mindstorm mecanum wheel vehicles by Yoshihito Isogawa.
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