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Yes there is, and they MUST be adjustable to suit you, your car and your controller, full brakes or no brakes is a no brainer.

A multi-position rotary switch (8-10) position, to switch in a chain of diodes, one after another, to step the amount of braking voltage available to the car.

You can make it yourself, it is quite simple and relatively easy to do.

Once you are used to it, your lap times will fall and the handling of your car should improve too.
 

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In the UK the opposite is true, most of the HO clubs use brakes, usually with low end controllers, on the chassis that have a low braking effect such as stock Tyco, stock Mega g and similar.

On our club set up, braking is the norm for all racers, to a lesser or greater degree, some using the minimum and some winding it well on.
 

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QUOTE (sunsetman @ 4 Aug 2011, 15:42) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Hi Rich have you got a link preferably UK based for the 100ohm potentionmeter.

Thanks Wayne.

100 ohm potientometers available at Farnell.com, they list a few I dont know which one you would want!
 
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