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PostPosted: Tue 13. Mar 2018 09:12 
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Which radio would you recommend I purchase to best work with these cars?

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Both FLYSKY FS-GT2B and FS-GT3C works for me.

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PostPosted: Tue 13. Mar 2018 15:23 
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Flysky makes several different models of pistol grip transmitters. FS-GT2B and FS-GT3C use the AFHDS protocol. FS-GT2E uses the AFHDS 2A protocol which is newer. FS-GT2G works with either protocol. It is switchable from AFHDS 2A to AFHDS. I don't know if Martin's cars work with both Flysky protocols. HobbyKing sells transmitters which are compatible with Flysky gear. I'm quite sure that they are made by Flysky but branded HobbyKing.


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PostPosted: Wed 23. May 2018 21:56 
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We have been doing our very best to promote magracing to the wider community. We had a stand at the Gaydon Slot Car Festival on the 19th - 20th May. This is a 2 day event and the largest in the UK and was the first time we had shown off the cars running around a small rally track to the general public.

There was a great deal of interest in the system and hopefully we can expand the community a little more with a few new members. Its a small start, but hopefully we can grow from here with a larger track and a few more car options.

It was also a great opportunity to test our cars running continuously for hours at a time on "Cruise control" We ran one of our chassis for over 2 hours on one battery! at the end of the day it was still OK. I did a little preventive maintenence on Saturday night (cleaned out the back axle and applied a little oil). And it ran for another day without issues. I am really impressed with the battery lasting that long!

We have also been working on a simpler method of making the track which seems to be the first thing that people ask. This is using some taped shim steel. More details soon.

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PostPosted: Wed 23. May 2018 22:13 
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Good news Martin.


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