LEGO® Technic® Ducati Panigale V4 R 42107 Building Kit (646 pieces)


Build and explore the iconic Ducati Panigale V4 R • A realistic interpretation of the iconic Ducati Panigale V4 R. • Build and discover the famous motorbikes functions with 2-speed gear box. • Features front and rear suspension; a first for LEGO® Technic. • Super gift for LEGO® Technic® fans aged 10+ and any motorcycle fan. • Measures over 12• (32cm) long, 6• (16cm) high and 3• (8cm) wide. • No batteries required • just add imagination to explore and move your Ducati. • Full, easy-to-follow instructions are included in the box. • LEGO® Technic® sets offer kids and adults a rewarding building challenge. • All LEGO® Technic® sets meet the highest industry quality standards. • Unique toys tested to the highest safety standards • thats LEGO® Technic!


Rated 1 out of 5 by from Missing 2 Parts! At first I was skeptical but when I started, turns out there are lots of details in it. HOWEVER, I'm lacking 2 parts with the same exact number: Parts #4514553 for step 197 #1 - "Well, rebuild again!" I did, and coming back to the same 2 missing parts. I own 60+ Lego sets mostly from Star Wars, Technic, CUUSO, the rest are City and Speed Champions, but this is the first time I bumped into missing parts, 2 of it. Idk why but I guess factory defect are present even with a company as big as Lego. Planning on buying another set of this Panigale to see if there are more missing parts. I'm from Indonesia but they don't have it in the country list.
Date published: 2022-11-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Ooof! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] The Ducati Panigale V4 R was a very fun and very challenging build. It took us about 4-5 hours to build, but I was working with an 8 year old who kept confusing the pieces. We are fairly experienced lego builders and we have over 100 lego sets yet it was still quite difficult. The windshield on the Ducati was the worst part because it was just a lame piece of plastic but it still looked pretty cool when it was done. This was a technic set, so it was harder to build than a normal set. In the end, the Ducati looked incredible and was super fun to play with! While I would recommend this set to adults, I think I prefer regular lego sets more.
Date published: 2020-09-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 95% Complete I was super excited about this set, and wasn't disappointed. For the cons, it wasn't as fun a build as I had hoped, the stickers for the vents don't allow for perfect vent alignment, some of the mechanisms stick out too far on the right side, the windshield is kind of "eh, so-so", and there are a few gaps that are not on the real thing. For the pros however... working front and rear suspension, working V4 engine and transmission, a modeled oil filter and spinning clutch, awesome disk-breaks, the front wings like the real thing, working steering, and easily-removable panels to see inside the crazy motorcycle... Yeah, the pros outweigh the cons by a longshot.
Date published: 2020-11-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Set I was never really into technic sets because they're so obviously technic. It's an old grudge, but I'm getting over it now with sets like this. While still obviously technic, it looks amazing with the panels smoothing it out, and is the 2nd set I ever bought to put on a shelf. This was the first larger technic set I built, and I made some mistakes along the way that required a bunch of backtracking. That's just me and not the set, I assure you. I used to just buy technic sets for funky parts to make mechanical elements I could hide in more traditional builds, but this set changed that. What a time to love Lego!
Date published: 2022-06-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pretty good First off I want to go for the positives. When I got it in Disney Springs, I wanted to start building it, but I couldn't because I was hundreds of miles from home and I didn't want to lose any pieces. So I immediately sat down and studied it and started building it for about 2 hours. Then I realized that the gears would not change, so I spent half an hour taking it apart. Once I had finished I rebuilt it. Once I got to the headlights I realized I had lost a piece. But before I started I counted all 646 peices. So I have one busted headlight, but other than the 6 hours of building, taking apart, looking, and finishing building it was fine. (P.S. still losing a piece).
Date published: 2021-09-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Size. Price. Everything else. This is golden! Let’s get it out of the way first, but it is not completely accurate. Okay, acknowledging that, this was such a fun building process! The end result is something to be pleased with for sure. The angles of the panels and the building techniques to accomplish those were new to me. The gearbox is very compact and works flawlessly. I am amazed at the design of it. If you’re looking for a refreshing build and a great looking model, this is it! Side note: I think had the size and price increased it could have been more accurate but this is nice. Even includes the racing stand.
Date published: 2021-02-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice technical build, could use a few more parts I've only built a few Technic models preferring the Creator series but as a former Ducati owner I had to get this one. The build is relatively simple as long as you follow the comprehensive instructions and confirm part numbers; I only had to backup once and redo a few steps as I used the wrong angled piece. The engine detail and working suspension and gears is a nice touch and all body panels were well finished and all had matching color molds. Unlike other builders have reported, my model has no wobble in the final build and it rests stable on the stand. My only recommendations to Lego for future models like this would be to provide a front mudguard (fender) like the real bike, a rubberized or plastic seat piece vs the current 3-bar design and a more robust or properly curved windscreen (mine has somewhat of a narrow profile). Finally, a final nice touch would be to provide a small (to scale) helmet to build to complement the bike.
Date published: 2020-09-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Challenging set! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] The Ducati Panigale V4 R Lego set is very fun and challenging. Building this with my kids was a very enjoyable experience. It took us around 4 hours to complete it. I love the details that have been added to this bike like the gearbox and suspension. The finished product is very durable as my kids have been playing with it and all the pieces have stayed intact. Overall, I'm very happy with the design and details of this bike and would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a challenging Lego set.
Date published: 2020-09-11
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