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Greg Gaub
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It is my understanding that Ninco and SCX Digital track are both physically and electrically incompatible. SCXD uses a third line for power, which Ninco does not provide. Also, a Ninco console will not be able to make SCXD lane changers function, since SCXD lane changers are activated by a special plunger in the car's guide, while Ninco has a flipper that is activated by electronics in the track which follows instructions from the driver/car.

Have you looked into using the Ninco digital pit lane entrance and exit to create those wider and narrower sections on your track?
 

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Greg Gaub
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This is an SCX Digital track piece. Maybe that will help you understand.


Also, and again, the SCX Digital system does not use active flippers in it\'s lane change tracks. You would end up spending many hours of work and probably many dollars in parts in order to MAKE it into a functioning N-Digital lane change track. The systems are simply nothing like each other, and the tracks are not cross-compatible, even if you could find a way to adapt the physical pieces together.
 
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