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I'm only a newbie myself, but I think what you want is best achieved with an aftermarket controller. The standard controllers have a resistor with 60 Ohm, and this gives a sort of on/off feeling.
Personally I got myself some 25 Ohm controllers, and this gives a much more even power band with my cars.
The best thing is probably to test some different controllers, and find out what you prefer.

From what I understand the booster cables are used to ensure your track gets power on parts that are far away from your power base. Unless you have a long track you should be able to get along without them.
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