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Old 10-13-2012, 11:10 PM
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Default Magnet Marshall

Since as far as I can tell 132slotcar.us is the only outlet other than e-bay for the magnet marshall I have come here to ask about it's status for future production. I have checked from time to time at 132slotcar.us and it is always the same. The product is listed but none are in stock.
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Old 10-15-2012, 07:31 AM
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Default Scaleracing LLC is the owner of Magnet Marshal.

We plan to produce a Magnet Marshal Mark II but not right now. I hope to have this project done in 2013 more News as soon as I know.

When we have a new run of them they will be offered like the original Magnet Marshal to Dealers Worldwide.

Of course we will sell them at www.132slotcar.us as Scaleracing LLC also owns that Retail Store as well as SCI.

More later, but not this year sorry.

Try the Buy/Sell/Trade several have sold there recently, no need for eBay
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Old 11-17-2012, 12:21 PM
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Default Great news Alan !

If you are going to produce another version please include the following features !

1) Install some kind of calibration adjustment screw ?
2) Include a door or some way of replacing the battery WITHOUT! taking the whole **** thing apart
3) Make the bar of a solid metal ? firmly attached not just thin plating servo taped on .. YES it does affect the reading EVEN AT LOW DOWNFORCE
4) Make the table Aluminum or a better grade (stiffer) plastic . I have the only aluminum table prototype & it is MUCH ! more consistent than the normal ones !
5) better grade switches ? as I have had to replace some on a few of them

These observations have been made after 4 or more years of use OF Multiple Magnet Marshells at a commercial raceway (red devil) racing High & low downforce ,even non-mag cars , no disrespect intended .. just some obsevations to help you produce a better product .. Thank you ...Craig P. Rieland
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