• Are those just sitting there or actually attached? - John Moffatt
  • They're attached.
  • So cool. I assume it's like that one on the Bradly? - John Moffatt
  • Quite similar. It's more similar to the FGM-148 Javelin's fire-and-forget target acquisition system.
    The firing of the weapon more closely resembles the Bradley's TOW system, though.
  • Ah, wait, I think I get it. - John Moffatt
  • So this is where it detects enemy projectiles, right? Where does it actually fire its own interception munitions from? - magnus_lauglo
  • Yes to the first one. I can't decide if the studs on the piece you noted should be where the countermeasures are launched, or if the four vision blocks (which are no longer used, as they were covered by armor on the inside when the A2 SLEP came around) should be where they're launched. Thoughts?
  • I like the tires - Dutch-builder
  • I like this front section here :D - Ssgt. Airsoftlego2


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The LAV-25A4 is the version of the LAV series set for the battlefield of 2035. The vehicle's powerplant has been upgraded and now pushes out approximately 400 hp and 800 lb-ft of torque. This increase in power allows the vehicle to feature a new water propulsion system, therefore regaining its amphibious capabilities. The addition of the missile system and higher caliber main gun have caused space in the rear compartment to be used for ammuntion storage, meaning less room for dismounts. Improved ballistics protection has also been included. The advancement in communication technology has allowed the rear antennas to be removed. The Anti-IED boom/pole has been replaced by a much smaller device that accomplishes the same task, now housed in a small curved bump in the hull where the boom/pole was once located. These changes cause the vehicle to have an overall lower profile. A vehicle defense system has also been incorporated into the vehicle. The system is similar to the Iron Curtain, Trophy, and Quick Kill systems. The system will track any incoming projectiles and will assess the threat level based on size, speed, shape and other factors; the system will then take necessary actions to neutralize that threat. In the case of an RPG round, the system will intercept the round with a projectile fired from the system; in the case of a bullet, the system will aquire the location/direction of which it was fired but will not stop the incoming round; in the case of a guided/seeking missile the system will jam the missiles guidance system or intercept it with a fired projectile. The highly advanced system can detect and neutralize anything from an incoming artillery/tank round to a dropped bomb. This is just some available information on the system. I also changed the driver's periscopes to smoked in place of the blue.

Changes to the turret include the addition of a CROWS M2 .50 cal station, Anti-tank missile system, Mk44 Bushmaster 30/40mm automatic cannon, and a vehicle defense system. They can be seen more closely here:

These changes where made for a group and I will be returning the vehicle back to its A2 version shorty. I guess this shows that I haven't been doing absolutely nothing LEGO related lately.

Mechanekton, Dr. Spontaneous, SGT57, and 58 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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  1. TediousDestroyer [deleted] 60 months ago | reply

    Woah, too bad Cliffe left before you could use it on him.

  2. Evan Melick 60 months ago | reply

    Brilliant sir.

  3. Ryan Blackout 60 months ago | reply

    Nice IFV, The details are great!

  4. Um-bop 60 months ago | reply

    Beautiful job on this

  5. NovakPics21 60 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Modern War, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  6. Bøsstone [deleted] 60 months ago | reply


  7. lukashu35 60 months ago | reply

    insta-fave ;) this is an extremely awesome build... i dont know waht to say other than thisis a very nce build and to just keep it up man!

  8. Tom Neumo 60 months ago | reply

    Man, really cool.

  9. ~Timmy~ [deleted] 60 months ago | reply

    Very cool the V1 is a little better but this is still awesome.

  10. ~Exploratioη 60 months ago | reply

    Instant- fav also. Very good job! Jealousy rages.

  11. danielzayac 60 months ago | reply

    I can't find anything I would do differently with this build, and that is rare for me to write. It is grand on the grandest scale, a worthy sculpture of the LAV. Wowly excellent work.

  12. BATISBRICKS 60 months ago | reply

    Nice apc dude!!

  13. Naʇe 60 months ago | reply

    Hell yeah.

  14. ShôçkAñdAwé 59 months ago | reply

    Many thanks to everyone.

    @Erik: /high-fives

    @Tedious: Quite unfortunate indeed.

    @the timy: This is more of an additional/futuristic variant than a V2.

    @urtherdead: Thanks, I'm quite honored to receive such a rare praise.

  15. pbentl 59 months ago | reply

    That's awesome! The turret is very well done.

  16. kojman47 59 months ago | reply

    Fucking love this thing.

  17. The Cole-Man 59 months ago | reply

    Hell, yeah! Those damn terrorists won't stand a chance!!!

  18. Ironsniper 52 months ago | reply

    That is awesome. Really awesome.

  19. abrams tank 52 months ago | reply

    Right on...."The Cole-Man"

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