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Starship & Super Heavy

Starship & Super Heavy

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Build your own brick-built model of the world's most powerful rocket - Starship and Super Heavy

Standing 110 cm (43.5 in) tall, this model is a 1:110 scale (the same scale as the LEGO® Saturn V set) recreation of the latest Starship prototype to launch - Starship 25 & Booster 9! It's incredibly detailed and scale-accurate in everything from the exterior dimensions to details. The model consists of 3532 pieces that cost $300-350 and are bought separately (see the "How to buy the bricks" section below).

This product also includes the building instructions for 4 different variations of Starship 24 & Booster 7, at no extra cost.

The model features:

  • Stable staging system for separating the Super Heavy booster from the Starship second stage.
  • Easily removable front panels to look inside the payload bay of Starship.
  • Movable aft and forward fins to control the attitude on reentry.
  • Rotatable gridfins to help steer Super Heavy on reentry and landing.
  • 33 Raptor engines on Super Heavy covered by the engine skirt.
  • 3 Raptor engines and 3 Raptor vacuum engines on Starship.
  • Accurate internal details like tank domes, transfer tubes, and header tanks.
  • Raceways, fueling ports, aerocovers, and a lot more for you to explore!

The digital building instructions you'll receive with your purchase are high-quality and easy to follow, even for less experienced builders. However, the sheer size of the model and some building techniques might be a bit challenging for new builders.

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Learn more about Starship and Super Heavy

Starship and Super Heavy is the world's tallest (121 meters/397 feet) and most powerful rocket ever flown. It's designed to be the first fully reusable orbital-class rocket, a revolutionary step in rocket history. Built and developed in Boca Chica (Starbase), Texas since 2019, the program consisted of tank tests and low-altitude hops of up to 12,5 km, before the first orbital test flights in 2023. Starship's has launched twice so far:

- Starship 24 & Booster 7 launched on April 20, 2023. A few minutes after liftoff Booster 7 had lost a few engines as well as thrust vector control, resulting in the entire rocket starting to tumble, and exploding shortly thereafter.

- Starship 25 & Booster 9 launched on November 18, 2023. The flight was a huge improvement over the first, with no engine shutdowns, and successful stage separation. The booster unfortunately exploded shortly thereafter, and the Ship almost reached orbital velocity, before it was destroyed by the FTS detonation.

Thank you for checking out my Starship & Super Heavy model and if you are considering buying the instructions I am especially grateful to you for supporting my work and directly enabling me to continue producing more designs in the future!

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Product specifications

Pieces and price:

This default model contains 3185 pieces, costing an approximately $350 (prices on Bricklink vary depending on region and current parts availability), see the buying guide in the section below.


110,5 cm x 15,5 cm x 10 cm
43.5 in x 6 in x 4 in

When the model is laid down on its horizontal stands, its height measures 12 cm (5 in).

Internal colors:

The model includes internal colors which aren't visible when the model is completed. Replacing these reduces the piece price, but can make the building process more complicated, especially if you aren't an experienced MOC builder.

These following colors can all be replaced by "Any color" when exporting the pieces to Bricklink: lime, medium azure, medium lavender, red, yellow and trans-clear.

How to buy the pieces

I recommend buying the bricks required for the model from, which is the largest online marketplace for LEGO® parts sellers.

There are other alternatives, like the official LEGO® Pick a Brick site, but they rarely have all the required pieces and it's often more expensive there.

The process to buy from Bricklink is easier than it seems, and is explained thoroughly in this step-by-step guide to help you:

  1. After buying the product, you need to download the folder named "Part lists" and unzip it.
  2. Choose the part list(s) you want to buy using the guide in the "Variants" tab below.
  3. Next go to and log in or create an account (it's very easy to set up).
  4. Click on the "Want" tab in the top right corner and "Create New List".
  5. Once you've done that, click on the upload button and drag and drop the part list you want to include in the order. Then click the blue "Proceed to verify items" button.
    Repeat step 5 for each part list you want to order.
  6. [Optional step if you want to slightly reduce the part cost] In the wanted list, you can sort by colors and select all the internal pieces (described in "Product specifications" above) and click on "Color" and apply "Non applicable" since all those colors can be substituted without affecting the exterior look.
  7. [Optional step if you only want new pieces] Select all the pieces and change their "Condition" to "New" (needs to be repeated for each page). Note that this will lead to a higher price and the risk of some parts being unavailable. The default option gives you a price around the estimate and will include both new and used bricks.
  8. Next click the green "Buy All" button and then adjust the settings to your preference. For lower shipping costs, I recommend beginning by choosing your region/country first and only change it if the pieces aren't available there.
  9. Once that's done, click the blue "Auto-select" button, uncheck the box in the pop-up and click "Start".
  10. This will give you a list of stores whose orders together will include all of the pieces in your wanted list. Confirm that all the pieces are included by clicking the "Wanted Items" tab to the left and control that there aren't any pieces left there.
  11. If you are happy with the selection and price, click "Create carts", followed by "Checkout" for each individual store and buy the pieces!
    (If you are not happy with the price or if you're missing any pieces, you can click "Remove All" and redo the auto-selection with different settings)

If you're having any issues with ordering your bricks, don't hesitate to send us a message through the "Contact us" tab in the menu and we'll do out best to help!


This product includes instructions and part lists for both the Starship 25 & Booster 9 model, as well as the Starship 24 & Booster 7 model. In total there are 5 different main variants, and 11 part lists. You'll have access to all of them with a single purchase.

Starship 25 & Booster 9 are for the time being only available as one default variant, with an additional 3 inventories to facilitate your purchase. Use these explanations to determine which instructions to use and parts you need to buy to build your desired variant:

1. Default Starship 25 & Booster 9 [3532 pcs] - builds the default light gray Starship 25 & Booster 9.

2. Starship 25 Only [1378 pcs] - builds only the Starship 25 second stage, giving you the option to build the Booster later.

3. Booster 9 Only [2154 pcs] - builds only the Booster 9 first stage.

4. Default Starship 25 and Booster 9 excl. 2x2 light gray slopes [3091 pcs] - builds the standard light gray variant, but excludes the 2x2 light gray curved slopes, so you can buy them separately for ~$50 less from LEGO®'s official website Pick a Brick.

5. Upgrade from S24 & B7 to S25 & B9 [724 pcs] - Includes only the required bricks to upgrade your current Starship 24 & Booster 7 model to Starship 25 & Booster 9.

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Starship 24 & Booster 7 are available as 4 different main variants, with an additional 3 inventories to facilitate your purchase. Use these explanations to determine which instructions to use and parts you need to buy to build your desired variant:

1. Default Starship & Super Heavy [3185 pcs] - builds the default light gray Starship 24 & Booster 7.

2. Metallic Starship & Super Heavy [3261 pcs] - builds the metallic silver Starship 24 & Booster 7 (NOTE: Very expensive).

3. Frosted Starship & Super Heavy [3196 pcs] - builds the light gray Starship 24 & Booster 7 with frosted sections on the propellant tanks (the cheapest alternative).

4. Metallic Frosted Starship & Super Heavy [3213 pcs] - builds the metallic silver Starship 24 & Booster 7 with frosted sections on the propellant tanks (~$100 more expensive than the default gray).

5. Default Starship and Super Heavy excl. 2x2 light gray slopes [2746 pcs] - builds the standard light gray variant, but excludes the 2x2 light gray curved slopes, since you can buy them separately for ~$50 less from LEGO®'s official website Pick a Brick.

6. Starship 24 Only [1261 pcs] - builds only the Starship 24 second stage, giving you the option to build the Booster later.

7. Booster 7 Only [1924 pcs] - builds only the Booster 7 first stage.

Change log

2024-02-12 The part lists were updated to work with the changed BrickLink part numbers and their format was changed to BSX-files to simplify the upload process to BrickLink.

The instructions have also received a visual update with new front and back covers, as well as a color guide as an aid during the buying and assembly processes.

2023-12-01 Minor changes to the instruction design to clarify a few steps.

2023-11-17 Starship 25 & Booster 9 update which includes a lot of improvements and additions over the previous version such as:
- Hot staging ring and larger front chines
- Redesigned QD-ports on both stages
- Engine bay shielding on both stages
- Hollow nosecone with header tanks and COPV tanks
- Aft flap aerocovers and an added joint to the flaps
- Internal strengthening of weak spots and part optimization.

If you already own the previous S24 & B7 model, there is a dedicated part list and instruction guide to help you update your model to this version. The bricks required for the update cost an $70.

Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
Awesome design!

My first time building an MOC but not as hard as I feared and the result turned out amazing! Very happy I went with this design - it looks great with the Saturn V and has lots of really cool little details. Definitely recommend!

Frederick Rühl
Great MOC!

Built the MOC with non Lego Bricks and have to say its really great for the price of 200 bucks. Great Detail and much fun to build

Steven W
Fun and accurate model

I really enjoyed all the little details of Starship that are modeled here. The instructions were well designed, and assembling everything was a job

Great build!!

I originally built s24/b7. That design was great, but had a few weak spots so it had to be handled carefully. It also was a little challenging to get the circular structure of the engine compartment just right.

I have since rebuilt the models to s25/b9. The design has been dramatically improved. There are no weak spots remaining and the engine compartment has been completely redesigned.

Great build I love it

Not for the faint hearted requires time and patience plenty of fiddly bits for those finer details.
It's also massive don't under estimate just how big it is at about 111cm tall it's also got some girth requiring two hands to manoeuver each part of the ship.
Add in the OLM & soon the launch Tower this set is the Holy Grail of all Lego sets and people will definitely ask you many questions when they see it.
Instructions are very easy to follow and took me roughly two 12 hour sessions to build both Starship and booster.
You should definitely buy this set if you love Lego and Space X.