I agree, but racing trucks have racing wheels, not similar at all to those we see on the streets, and perhaps like that of NSR; I have no images of a racing truck, and I have not seen a race until now, so it is only my opinion.
First impressions from the track.
Truck : Fly Man Castrol, with front Ninco tyres ( 19 x 11 ) on original wheels; Slot-it racing pick up, with a softer spring from a Ninco BMW and Slot-it soft braids. Motor taped to the chassis; rear Slot it axle with bushes epoxied and 10/27 gear ( the crown lightly sanded at the outside angle). Rear wheels sanded ( much more the inners, that don't touch the track). Ninco brass metric screws. No other magnet.
It runs very very well, and above all, don't deslot easily; a nice racing experience
: try it and you will not be disappointed.
Next time we will try to remove the magnet and balance with weight.
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