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I think Adrian told him to keep all of the standard Scaley stuff!

Seriously though, if you wanted it to go better, I'd have taken the body off and replaced it with a Toyota GT1 body. Then, bfore you screw it back up again, swap the chassis for a Toyota GT1 chassis. Then enter the no mags race. All should be sorted.


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PS. What did Adrian say? Anything about the rails being higher on Ninco so more magnetic effect?
 

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So what Adrian basically said was, you should have left it standard.

Why bother mucking around with stuff like lowering and cutting. To make it faster, upgrade the motor. And to make it handle upgrade axel and wheels. Of course lowering doens't always make cars better, for one thing, it screws the mesh up and things will start grinding.

So in conclusion, to build a fast RTR based magnet car:

Find a magnet car that is fast already. Must be low, wide, of medium length and with no over hangs.

Put in the fastest motor that a) fits,
works on the track you are racing and c) that you can handle.

Put lightweight slot it parts on anything that transmits power to the ground.

And you are finished.

Lotus
 
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