I've been doing a *lot* of chipping. (I've never used analogue; digital is why I'm here.) Almost all successful (on the bench). One includes a Ninco (Audie LMP) into which I fitted a Scalextric chip. I now see that the Ninco motor is rated at 20,000 RPM; it's fine over the 2 yards and lane change on my breakfast bar! From elsewhere I understand that the Scalextric chip is limited (a current/heat issue) to the region of 18,000 RPM. So - is my Ninco going to blow the chip when I run it properly (not possible for now)? Or put another way, how have others chipped these? A slot.it chip (with that awkward on-board IR LED; you can off-board them, I know - much thanks for help on that elsewhere -, but it's not a slick solution...) or a parallel pair of Scalextric chips (to defuse the current and heat), which I understand has been proof tested elsewhere? Or maybe (fingers crossed) the Ninco works just fine with the Scelxtric chip...