Hi folks - the guy in the middle is Roberto Addia, a close friend of mine and one you would rather have as a teammate than an opponent... yes, he has a cruise control embedded in his finger-brain system.
To his left, Felice Mirone, another good friend and top driver from Sicily. Roberto, Felice and I, together with Salvo Daniele, another sicilian, are the Slot.it team for the 24hrs of Verbano 2004. Honestly I spoil the party being the only one of the three still missing a national championship win, and not being of sicilian origin
I've not tried the MB controller, but according to the description on www.Italiaslot.com (only in italian) the 3 knobs are for variable brake, sensitivity and antispin.
Please don't ask me how the antispin works: I have the same (?) regulation on my NSR controller and I cannot see any difference with the sensitivity one!
(maybe because I have a marble finger?)
You may contact MB at [email protected], I don't know if they speak english, just in case I may translate for you.
(given that I correctly translated "variable choke" in italian
the only thing I know for sure is the anti spin is NOT a variable choke (at least for the NSR controller); i.e.: it doesn't change the maximum power. I'd say it change the power in the middle...
Are we saying the same thing?
It would only effect the power in the lower to mid ranges as the full power contact will override the other settings In effect it sholuld just slightly limit the available current but still allow full when in the maximum position ,thats how mine works , I tend to use it on slippy tracks as it tames the savage motor with out loosing top end
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