42056 Pimp up my Porsche

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These are my compiled MODs for pimping up my 42056 Porsche 911 GT3 RS. 
- Includes free 317 pages PDF with step-by-step building instructions.
- You will need 241 additional parts to the original set 42056-1.  Use rebrickable's compare feature to see which parts you need.

Now improved with new paddle shifter (see change log)!

v1.0 (2017-05-04)
I started with adding all changes from Didumos Unofficial Errata
- This compilation contains some really cool changes and optimizations from the Lego community.

Then I added an easy to removable body from HispaBrick magazine

I took some ideas from Didumos69 Ultimately playable Porsche
- Ackerman steering allowing smaller curve radius
- Additional shock absorber and improved ground clearance for front axle => Very good idea for playability!
- Adding some stiffness to chassis for driving without body

Finally I optimized these features by my own:
- Adding "Hand-of-God" (HOG) steering easy accessible from the dash board
- Limited end positions at steering rack sliders
- Small optimizations for quick and easy remove of the body (dashboard included to body; better fixture of windscreen and seats) 
- Some small color changes underneath the body, but keeping alle the original shape and color from the outside
- Adding all my MODs to 3D model with MLCad starting from LDraw's Official Model Repository (OMR)
- Create full PDF building instructions with LPub3D
- Publish on Rebrickable.com

v1.1 (2017-06-10)
Added these improvements:
- remove pin clutch as suggested by Kumbbl
- Mount seats to body as suggested by DayWalker
- adjust front calipers as suggested by DayWalker

v1.2 (2017-07-08)
Added these improvements:
- gear box indicator, showing you which gear is selected as sugessted by DayWalker and Kumbbl
- working doorlocks based on the design of el Squatter and optimized by myself. 
- reinforced HOG steering

v1.2.1 (2018-04-06)
Bugfixes:
- Added missing part "axle pin long" (11214) on page 139
- Added missing part "pin long" (6558) on page 181

v1.3 (2018-04-28)
- Improved paddle shifter (smooth, easy and compact design)
- Thank to Didumos who inspired me with his Improved PDK shifter. He used blue 1/2 pins to guide the yellow knob gears in exactly the right position for a smooth movement during shifting. This is much better than the original design.
- I combined Didumos' geometry while keeping most of the original design and the easy to mount rubber bands on top. 

Have fun to pimp up your Porsche, if you like!
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MOC-8003

Name 42056 Pimp up my Porsche
Designer jb70
Designed 2017
Parts 2827
Theme Technic
Modification of 42056-1 Porsche 911 GT3 RS
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Submitted by nigel1975 PRO Jan. 12, 2019
Next to the Chiron, which has yet to be 'pimped'
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I really like the door locks on this MOD.
Submitted by nigel1975 PRO Jan. 12, 2019
Orange if one of my favorite Technic colors and I've been collecting a lot of parts to build all the excellent MOC's on Rebrickable recently.
Submitted by nigel1975 PRO Jan. 12, 2019
I don't own the original Lego set, but I've been very happy with building the 'pimped' version
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