started my track in my loft over the last couple of days youll get a better idea of the track once i can find my camcorder
corner at the end of the start/finish straight
tools,im not one to buy tools as i have too many(my mrs thinks) however this is the best £160 ive spent in a long time the circular saw is great for trimming the track although it is 12v it cut 3 sheets of mdf(4 cuts on each sheet) and still had some battery left.you cant change the speed on the screw driver although you can feather it on the throttle lol and the recip saw is handy for those hard to reach places
the return from the infield
and finally the small bit of routing i did sadly had to stop due to the time
i would have got a lot more done if i lived in the middle of a field
has anyone got any tips on lane painting? i painted all the lanes on my last track with different colours and it took days i was debating whether to just not paint them and just make sure people remember what lane there on?
I stumbled across the micro switches online just browsing had a play with a battery pack a motor and a couple of leads to check whether they work in the shop,also hooked them up to my scAley rms and the work a treat
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