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hi everyone,its been years since ive raced slot cars.i was racing a hotrod stock car at cowdenbeath and knockhill but due to a back injury i cant racer again.so im going to put a track together for me and my son but cant decide what digital track to get,slots have came on leaps and bounds since i last raced them.i do alot of scratch building and convertin g models in my spare time alot of it in 1/32 so this is right up my street.
 

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Hello,

Welcome to the Forum.

Regards,
Ewan
 

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Hi Martin and welcome as well
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Straight in with a polarising question ....... and why not?
So I'll get it in first ........... Scalextric
 

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Hi and welcome to the forum.

Get the scalextric platinum set for starters... In the long run you'll save some money.
 

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QUOTE (GregK @ 30 Apr 2012, 17:59) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Hi Martin and welcome as well
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Straight in with a polarising question ....... and why not?
So I'll get it in first ........... Scalextric


QUOTE (Nanook @ 30 Apr 2012, 19:01) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Hi and welcome to the forum.

Get the scalextric platinum set for starters... In the long run you'll save some money.
thanks,thats cool ive been looking at the platinum set so thats that settled.thanks again.
 

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Once you get your APB, you will need to upgrade the internal software (firmware) which is free apart from the cable. Mind you, the cable can be used to hook up a PC should have a mind to do so.

Cables can be obtained from either RichG or Rikorocket on this Forum.
 
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