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QUOTE The last step was to add lighting, I therefore bought some "Life Like" multi-scale "Expressway lights"

Where can I get my hands on some cool lights like those? Anyone sell them online?
 

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I'm working on some lighting for my circuit, eventually they will have a base that is wired to a transformer (in some way or another), but the posts and bulbs will clip on to the base - so bulb replacement and maintenance would be easier.

When I get the prototype sorted I will post some pics.

Mark
 

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Just posted this on Swiss thread on his own race track development so

GetSlotted have their own product which consists of 15 stainless steel lights with halogen bulbs (plus spare), wires, transformer and 3 connection boxes. Really easy to install (I'm currently adding a set to the rally layout I'm doing for GS) without need for soldering etc. The lights are nice and bright and if wanted you can paint the lamp posts.

RRP is £106 (for 15 lights) p&p free to UK plus their loyalty scheme bonus.

SCX do a set of two standalone lights for £18 but they look (IMO) gimicky.

Matt
 

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QUOTE (Intergrali @ 28 Jan 2004, 06:43 PM)I'll design my own thanks!

Rob.
Which I think would be quite cool but I wouldn't know the firs tplace to look for parts...
 

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Yves I mentioned over on another topic that you suggest turning the power down a touch to get better realism?
 

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Hi Jon,

That's right, I connect this to a variable powersource to regulate the light-intensity.
This improves realism but most of all allows you to adapt the difficulty-level !

Cheers,

Yves
 
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