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I am just about to put an SSD chip into this car and I was quite surprised to see this type of drive train as I have never seen it before .....
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Is this a recent idea or something that is quite old?

Also, how effective is it compared to the more normal pinion to gear-wheel configuration??

Cheers - Greg
 

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That's quite an old design that Carrera used. I have a Dodge Viper of their's that uses the friction drive system.
 

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As old as them thar hills.

It's good to be reminded of what we once had to deal with. We live in good times.
 

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Looks like you've got an old Porsche which may be 12 years old. They run very quietly but are not the fastest cars.
 

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Thanks guys ....... it is indeed a Porsche.
 

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The first three Evlution car types come with this kind of transmission:
- Dodge Viper
- Porsche GT1 '97
- Porsche GT1 '98

After that, they changed to a standard inliner setup.
 
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