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The only way I could get consistent running from mine on Scalextric sport
in the end was fitting a pair of silicons tyres - did the trick !

They were Prof Motor : Indy Grips #IND1005

Everyone else I have told to fit these have also commented on what an improvement it made.

Also check power levels around the circuit , a drop in power causes the car
to go slower (I know dumb statement) - but if you or I were driving we would
simply pull the trigger a bit harder and compensate , the challenger does
not do this and can wreck its lap times , I even had it once were one part
of a 90 degree R2 curve had poor power the other was good when the car entered
the second part of the bend the extra power gave it to much acceleration in the bend and it kept losing it.

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