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QUOTE (Phil Upton @ 10 Aug 2012, 12:37) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>How much would you sand off a Ninco guide to run on all the tracks with old Scalextric as the base depth, that would govern how low you can go!

Another question, I use a Truspeed throttle and I need a standard parma for the tracks that run in reverse, I would say for an NC5 ish motor.

Ta very much

I don't use my Truspeed for rallying. On the Mountain Stage it goes immediately to full power and stays there - not even the 'kill' button makes a ha'penth difference. I've got a Parma 45 that works OK for me.

I've never had a problem running Nincos on Scaley/SCX track. The seaside stage is SCX using a Rally Chrono, basic layout won't differ much from this:



Due to storage issues I can't make it elevated, but it will have plenty of novelties that will be sitting on the day! Once it's on the base and painted there will be walls, farmhouse, beach huts, figures, tents and a special little something, all being well...
 

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QUOTE (Julian_Boolean @ 10 Aug 2012, 14:32) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>I suggest using a different sensor than the standard one with the SCX Chrono as a lot of cars won't trigger the reed switch. The base unit just needs a short circuit on it's two sensor wires to trigger.

Thanks Julian, although I think it's probably a bit beyond me. We'll have a stopwatch instead I think!
 
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