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Ninco have built the worlds longest slot car track at 1.3 real miles. it is also powered from a normal household power base.

this shows the strength of continuity in the track, and obviously also broken a WR

check out www.ninco.com

Rob.
 

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sorry boys, it;s in the newsletter, I assumed it was on the site however, if you want PM me and I will forward the newsletter on

how generous is that? I'll get me coat..

Rob.
 

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A lap time measured in minutes, fantastic.

Sheesh, never looked that closely at one of them thar Ninco Cart cars, sure got a crazy front wing on it.
 

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I for one am not surprised they used a normal power unit. Just tested my six units on the Phoenix track and they were kicking out 31 volts! Can only add positive comments about Ninco track because it really is that good compared to the rest.
 

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I'm with you all the way there Jonny, funny how some people just don't get it!

Awesome record! Now, how much track have I got in the back shed..................?
 

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they used a kelvin power regulated transformer. They also used a power extension lead, the record for longest track still remains with Fordpark raceway. They did not use any extra power leads. Over 1000m the power loss was 3 volts.

Let's not get too excited until we know who witnessed the event.
 

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Not a very challenging course!


Why not lay out slot track along a real racecourse? Cameras in the cars, or wireless throttles and off you go!



Hmmmm...wonder how much extra track I have, too.
 
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