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  • Testing my Trans-Am cars

    Each car ran for 600 seconds

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    Austin
    Merrimack, NH

  • #2
    So you’re testing 9 cars
    Dave
    Peterborough Ont
    CANADA

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    • Austin
      Austin commented
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      I have the whole fleet of Trans-Am (29) cars setup this way, I love the setup and they run great on my track

      Thanks to Todd

    • TuscoTodd
      TuscoTodd commented
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      Glad you enjoy the rule set as much as we do! It makes for a nice competitive field of cars that are fun to drive that way! Two weekends ago we had the Friday night cars out on Terry's "The Yeti" Max Trax 4x8 layout dueling it out - had some really good close racing!

  • #3
    Wow I’m way behind most of mine are stock and many have not even had the tires trued
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    Dave
    Peterborough Ont
    CANADA

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    • #4
      looks like you need to work on that #22 Mustang

      Matf

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      • #5
        From the car names and numbers those seem to me to be RTR versions from Pioneer, Scalextric, and SCX. If so, I have all of them too except the #26 Camaro and the #13 Firebird.

        I race all mine stock except for PG tires. The #22 Bill Maier Pioneer Mustang is one of my best cars while the #78 Gary Matthews Scalextric Mustang is an also ran that I don't use much. My #42 Swede Savage SCX 'Cuda is a great looking car that seems slow but has turned in some great performances. I just purchased a #76 Challenger that will arrive this weekend. The #77 Challenger I already have is a great looking replica but isn't that competitive in my field of 48 Trans Am cars.

        Consider getting a few Scalextric Javelins if you don't have any. Those inline cars with smaller motors run very well on my routed road course.

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