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Hi,

How can I implement a BSLT system on my existing 2-lanes Scalextric Sport Track (SSD with APB 7042)?
I have one XLC and 2 LC.

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You can't.

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hi
the nearest i have come to blst using stock plastic parts is as follows.

Using the clc you can swap the solenoids over so that by default the car is forced to change lane and you have to press the lc button to stay on lane,same thing could be applied to an xlc.

Most realisic though is to cut 2 clc in half and make a racing line chicane.

Perhaps someone can post a pic of one.??

Other than that have a look at a thread started by shaunbmx, what he did to plastic track has to seen to believed.
 

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This is how I did it

Here is a few pics of my track cutting efforts

Using some of my old CLC's

So 1st up the CLC



Next removing the inners



Now time for the tools




Oops



Its OK it fits with the other one



Pack out the slots and hold together with tape



Hot glued and soldered back together



Add the borders and cars and insert back into track



It is pretty simple really and only took about 45 mins total including taking photo's

Full album of photo's can be seen here Track Cut & Chop Photo's

Now what to do with the other bits left over


Hope you like it

Michael
 

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Thank you for your information.

What I think interesting is the fact that when a car on the inner lane could prevent the car on the outer lane to change lane.
The sensor on the inner lane is there for nothing.

Can the sensor be transformed to avoid collision ?

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QUOTE (MrFlippant @ 19 Jun 2012, 16:35) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Why not?
You know me, anything can be done, however I was answering what I think was the OP's question. I may be wrong but I think he was looking for something simple. Not a complete cut everything up, rebuild, design and add electronics solution.


Rich
 

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That's true. It wouldn't be an easy project, that's for sure.

Phil: people have looked into using the "extra" sensor as an anti-collision sensor a few times, but I don't think anyone has come up with a way to actually make it work.
 
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