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  • #2
    Thanks for posting this tech tip Jim.

    Information like this is very valuable especially to new Racers. But you are never to old to learn new ideas. So many may benifit form Videos such as this.

    Thank you

    Alan
    Alan Smith
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    • #3
      Nice video!

      Bob

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Scaleracing View Post
        Thanks for posting this tech tip Jim.

        Information like this is very valuable especially to new Racers. But you are never to old to learn new ideas. So many may benifit form Videos such as this.

        Thank you

        Alan
        Thanks Alan

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        • #5
          Anyone with Tech Tips is welcome to post here the only thing I ask is no advertising Stores or resellers. As Slot Car Illustrated is exclusively financed by my Company ScaleRacing LLC.
          We are a Distributor and Retailer so promotion links or script for other Stores would not be welcome.
          Of course Clubs who are not also selling product are welcome to promote their Club and hopefully gain members.

          Happy Thanksgiving

          Alan & Julia
          Alan Smith
          SCI Owner.
          www.scaleracing.com
          www.slotcarillustrated.com
          www.facebook.com/scaleracingcenter
          www.132slotcar.us

          1-253-255-1807

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          • #6
            Good information.

            Two things -
            1. This ride height info applies to 1/24th (and maybe the littler...cars too) scale cars also.

            2. A note about the front tires... Many don't understand that with either (or both), the front tires..."off of" track surface, and-or a hard coating of something like nail polish, helps greatly when the car is going into and coming out of turns. When both front tires are on the track and the car is not PERFECTLY in line with the direction of travel, with "both" front tires on the track surface will act as brakes, since the outside tire "wants" to turn faster than the inside "wants" to.

            Coat'em or raise'em (or both), for going faster through the turns..!
            OR...seperate the front wheels from each other. Two axles, or free wheeling (on the axle) wheels/tires.

            Mike

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            • #7
              Super Glue and Floor Polish also works. This can make a huge difference when the competition is tight!

              Bob

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