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Always wanted to have a scaley fix on a board, reading other post kind of wish i'd gone for the routed track, that can be my next project.

Anyway have a look, and please do feel free to coment. Good or bad I can take it.
My Track

Also if anybody could help me with the wiring on a electronic lapcounter, there are four wires it doesnt take batteries, probably so simple
........but I am new to this.

Thanks,
Paul.
 

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Hey Paul.
You sure did pack alot in there.
Looks like loads of fun .I love a good hairpin at the end of a long straight.
You must be pretty flexible or good at the limbo to get out of your track room though.
If you go for a routed track maybe you could go for a hillclimb style of track switchbacking its way up the wall.Might give you a bit more room to move.

keep it up

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Thanks for that THC,

Just been watching a video of what you have described, would have been a better option too.

Never mind, its too late now, but when I do routed track after this one I think i will have it climbing, like you say more room. Which leads to MORE track
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Pugpaul,

I just found this thread in the Scenery pinned section of the forum.
By any chance do you have a diagram of your layout?
My reason for asking is that is seems you have space limitations like I do and have used a lot of sharp turns but they seem to work. I thought a layout might help me with my design.

BTW, how did you do your scenery? Prebought, molded, paper mache, or ?
Especially the rock and grass.

I love your use of the parking lot and underpass... very convincing and uses a corner well.

Look forward to your reply.

Cheers!
 
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