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Posted by Slot Car Addiction on May 18, 2013 at 9:04pm
Posted by Slot Car Addiction on May 18, 2013 at 8:50pm
Hi everybody, we sold the big track ;( oh well. the good news is Randy Wishard opened a new store at the same location. It has two tracks a small oval, and he has just finished a over and under figure eight. 1/32 scale racing ,the classes are stock nascar, vintage nascar, trans am,and some others that change weekly. Last saturday was the shakedown of the new place. It went ok, the normal track problems, after all it is a slot car track. The next big race will bi May 18. hope to see some of…Continue
Posted by rob grzelak on April 29, 2013 at 1:07pm
I purchased a Pink Kar Ferrari 250 GT and didn't know if it would turn out to be a lemon or lemonaide. After spending numerous hours at the workbench and then on to the track it turned out much better than I had anticipated. The most difficult part was getting the body to float on the chassis. I am anxiously awaiting the lathe attachment for the Tire Razor that will allow me to turn down the plastic inserts to fit the SCC wheels. The only concern I now have is the lack of ponies under the…Continue
I hope that this new record does not go un-noticed by the general membership. F1 cars are not the most forgiving, or easy to drive slot cars. My observations of the cars handling in general (mine and others), was that the cars seemed to be much more forgiving, and with few exceptions nearly all the F1 cars looked great at the 11.5 voltage. I hope that this spills over into the other classes. Less voltage did result in a greater lap count. I suspected this…Continue
|Following up on our recent thoughts on lower track voltage for F1 :…|