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Hi All,

I recently treated myself to an NSR Corvette.

It's a rocket ship in analogue mode.
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As per the title and I can't see a neat way to chip it as the guide drop arm is located where I'd normally fit the slot-it chip.

Any advice on getting this car up and running for ARC Pro?
 

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There is another one of mine in the Chipping Database that shows an NSR with a drop-arm but the photos are missing from the post. I have now found them and will get them reinstated shortly ........ ;)
 
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There's this here: https://www.slotforum.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=95865

The Surechange guide option that Greg linked to won't work with an unmodified ARC Pro - the sensor has to come after the guide - but Dr_C has been doing great work on this which is in the ARC Pro sub-forum here: https://www.slotforum.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=179738

Have fun with the rocket ship
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I have a few surechange guides but am holding off on the Dr_C option until the next version with pit lane sensor support.

So for now I'm looking for a non-surechange solution.
 

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There is another one of mine in the Chipping Database that shows an NSR with a drop-arm but the photos are missing from the post. I have now found them and will get them reinstated shortly ........
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That would be fantastic, thanks Greg!
 

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In the meantime, here is a teaser ...........

Automotive lighting Wood Camera Bumper Motor vehicle

Watch out for the back wheel catching on the chassis .......
 

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NSR - Audi R18 Bosch-Mahle #2
Another hot car but again added because it has quite a large drop-arm and required a different approach to the Scoobee with the shorter arm.
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Toy Wood Motor vehicle Automotive design Bumper
The hole for the LED is visible above the screw driver and there was a huge amount of movement in this arm ... ? really necessary.

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The drop-arm had to be removed to cut a small semi-circular hole to allow the LED freedom of movement.

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It is very unlikely that the arm will need to move more than this as the wire will snag inside the body if there is too much of it.

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Fortunately, there is not a full cockpit in the NSR so this amount of wire is OK.

The C7005 was uprated with TNB mosfets and diodes

Hope this helps ...........
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