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Why front motored slot cars & can they compete?
#21

Got to try it on a big club track at the weekend and my low cost fix to the front end has transformed the handling. It will actually go round - and come out of - corners at a reasonable pace now, to the degree that it is showing up the need for more work on the rear tyres, correct placement of ballast and maybe a check on free movement of the guide flag.

What may require expenditure is an upgraded motor, as there is still a distinct lack of speed in both acceleration and top end - but that won't happen until after I've checked which class the car actually fits into.
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Try this to front-mounted cars if you're just racing at home and not club racing. https://www.facebook.com/100025600128999...917923175/
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#23

I changed this Scalextric 1/32 Vette from a front-mounted motor set up to a rear drive train set up it works great for me. https://www.facebook.com/100025600128999...091254391/
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Neither link seems to be working for me.
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#25

Hi Jason, Thanks I'm not sure why it's not working ???
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