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How to build a 1 32 scale Carrera 4 Lane Digital Eurospeedway Germany Race Track. If you liked this track build, please check out all my other builds on.


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This piece set includes 4 straights(in. each), 2 straights(in. each), 2 fly over incline supports, 1 narrow section, and 2 lane change sections. Start.


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They are approximate to O36 fastrack, the outer edge of the Carrera diameter being about 36 inches. While my fix doesn't solve the speed issue, it will slow them down a bit so they remain stable on the track. It can the Carrera Go systems are interchangeable. Lee the scale is very close to O and they look nice. Right now I'm experimenting by building my 6 year old a race track for his room. I posted a short video, link below. It's the cars that are quite different: here are late '60s GO! Have not done much on this of late I will have Super Streets on the layout I like the slot car solution for rubber tired vehicles. I converted the GO! I've been looking at slot cars for some time. For the GO sets and even Artrin I have had good success with running them not non stop but have cars that have lasted a few years with occasional racing use. Carrera has some US carsa but are mostly muscle cars. Didn't think about that. Again, the slow-speed operation isn't really there. Speed is the big problem as they really don't run slower than about 50, so city operation wasn't really practical although highway is viable. Is that possible? They also offer digital control systems which may add some precision as well. A one-volt change increases speed by about 25 mph. The cars are plastic "generitypes" but could probably be modified. Planned to add some loops around some mini cities when I get the new part of the layout built for cars running constantly. Thank you for all the replies, information, and interest! Well, one of the Crown Vics has been going more than twelvy hours now, although not all at once: 8 hours yesterday, 4 more this morning so far. I took an old analog speaker volume controller purchased at Radio Shack, the old type with the round knob that gave you volume increments from 1 through 10, and attached the guts 2 wires from the scalextric controller to the volume controller and now I have speed increments to control the cars on the tracks I've been looking at Carrera D Lots of good info and there's several people there building their own custom cars and changing the gearing to slow them down. I'm working on a book on superstreets and E-Z Streets and for that I am doing research on alternatives to 'Streets. I plan on routing my own wood track with copper tape to eliminate the magnets issue. I have trouble adjusting power power supply well to get the speed like I want it - it seems to vary voltage in. We saw these recently and were intrigued. That is what I am concerned about and what I am testing. What also surprising me though was that the gears were nearly worn out where they intersect: I doubt they would have lasted more than another few hours themselves. Would require some clever track work and programming, but feasible. If you removed the magnets from the cars, you may be able to achieve lower speeds. The vehicles that came with the set were junk In the 70's I built my own slot car chassis so I think I can still can crank out a few chassis. Crown Vic I bought to a diecast Brooklin body, and it would hardly move with that in place it weight six times as much so that is understandable. These wear out pretty fast and stall out so I do not do to many model train shows running the slot cars it takes a lot of work and to much money to wear out several cars over a weekend event. I am designing them to run at close to a full 12 volt but geared to run really slow. The motor burned out. The track offerings are amazingly similar: GO! I think part of the low speed issue is due to the motor having to overcome the pull of the magnets. Also the forum offers advice as to controllers and power supplies which might help in slowing the cars down. As in the pics posted above as you can see the tiny motor to the plastic gear is not designed to last very long. Higher level slot car racing actually removes the magnets completely for racing to really test peoples skills. I'm not sure what the spikes would do to motor heating though. If there is a mini gear drive that would fit the rear wheels to a good quality motor??? You can visit Carrerausa. After that I'll build a road on the train layout. Digital would allow you to run a ghost car. Carrera Go!!! But based on what I have seen you do Lee I am sure you will get past that problem and make your own cars.. I think slot cars running contiuously might be the same sort of thing. No, it will be a while until I get trucks loading onto flatcars - but that would be cool! Anyway, sometimes a thing made for rather intermitant use a slot car being made to race very fast for rather short periods each time will wear out quickly if pushed into continuous duty. It will be a few months, though before it is available. Yes, I have a Scalextric slot car set running through part of my layout with a couple of scale cars. SCX etc. You can swap on different bodies. That increased the curve diameter to about 54 inches and the cars seem to do better. I had the Aurora Thunderjet H0 line back then, but couldn't afford to upgrade. To me it seems that torture testing might be more than what is necessary?{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}I would like to hear from anyone who has experience or pointers with the Carrera scale GO! I wish that you, Lee Willis, would publish a book on Super Streets and E Z Streets installation tips and tricks to make it easier for the average person. The GO! If slot cars were to be used on a layout, one option would be staging them so that they'd take a few laps, then park. It will actually be two short, inexpenive books, one on the basics of setting up track correctly, etc. The lighter deicast Yat Ming bodies might work well enough, but I think AMCDave has the right idea: you will have to build you own chassis for any non standard cars and particularly for any trucks or buses you want. My plan is to cut the track down the center and make a one lane rural road out of it, The track design is such that it will still connect and work this way and it gives me some different radii curves. The digital works the same as dcs with constant voltage on track. The other thing to consider is if you want digital or analog. It was pretty cool Is there a commercial source for the braid to carry the current??? I agree, the 18 volt spikes slot cars are designed for 12 volts might eventually overheat them. As far as running the cars are not slow you would need to tinker with re gearing to get them to run slow but can stall out if they do not get enough contact. But car choice is limited. The biggest challenges or headaches might be:. It is difficult for me to set it to cruise smoothly at appropriate cruise speeds, it is such a hot rod. Don't know if folks have though about it much, but in 'Streets, nothing even ever touches the plastic road surface - the cars only touch the rails, so when painted the road surface stays the way you paint it. Or are folks using a substitute? I'd love to learn what you've learned and think of it. When it's ready I will become a sponsor here so you will here about them here. I pulled it out of storage and have been working on using some of it on the layout. I remember the tires wore out completely in only a few hundred miles. But the have a nice police and fire car with lights. SCX also has a scale system which my kids have. Didn't last long, just a year or so. Slot car illustrated. Mustang in a test-to-failure in only a few hours - I set it to running at about a scale 50 mph at about 3 volts or so with a pure DC power supply around and around a seven foot by four loop and it ran for only about nine hours straight. The 'Streets car weights 8. Among alternatives the closest I have found is the GO! My wife is getting irked with me though, so I am not sure how long the test can continue - she doesn't like the thing taking up the space in a spare room floor down the hall or the sound, which isn't that loud but it continuous, going around and around and around. Also look at the track. You're probably right. Anyone thinking of adding a track to your layout and do not want to buy track it is pretty easy to make your own. Do many people routinely run their layout for more than 8hrs straight? But If 'Streets was not available I think this could be made to work for toy train layouts - although I would maybe try the digital versions, too before deciding. There is not much to choose in looks, although the front windshield pillars of the GO!