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Hmmm. as the Enzo has the new 9:27 gearing, it should brake well. The only thing you could do is to remove the polarity switch and connect the cables directly to the motor.

And how do you use the magnets ? In my opinion, it's best to remove the additonal magnet below the rear axle and to move the VMS magnet into middle or maximum position.

There are also Ortmann tires available for the Enzo, to increase handling.
 

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QUOTE (tDI_Fahrer @ 16 Jun 2004, 10:51)@ Crazy Chris:

Would the switch do anything about it?

Gunther
As Thomas says, the main reason is the weight.

The switch represents an electrical resistance. If you remove it, the car should brake and accelerate a little bit better.

But you should try out an Evo car with old 10:26 gearing, then you REALLY know how it feels if a car does not brake
 

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QUOTE (tDI_Fahrer @ 16 Jun 2004, 12:06)And why don't they make their slot cars lighter?
The other brands can!!!

Gunther
Well, Carrera has the philosophy to produce robust cars.

Thomas wrote an interesting posting in the CarreraClub when he tested his Suzuka circuit for the first time
Maybe he can repeat it here.
 
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