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PostPosted: Wed 18. Jul 2018 17:05 
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A purpose built 1/24 scale track is essential to develop a 1/24 car so started work yesterday. The car would just not work on the 1/32 track. The new track has 1.0mm wire and larger (+33%) radii turns.
I decided to go back to grey board and using 800 microns which is slightly less than the wire. Allowing for the glue and the paint and there won't be much in it.

The lane change is std. size and thickness. All worked perfectly and I shall continue now with confidence!


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PostPosted: Wed 1. Aug 2018 18:42 
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New track is progressing well. I am not giving up on 1/32.
The plan is to have 4 cars running on both tracks, have some people over and see which they prefer.
The 24 track will be similar to the 1/32 but 33% longer and wider. The 2 lane track will be approx. 9.5" wide. A 6 lane slot track in 1/24 would be 3 times wider!

Considering the worldwide following for 1/24 slots, is track size really a problem?


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PostPosted: Sun 5. Aug 2018 15:46 
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Considering the worldwide following for 1/24 slots, is track size really a problem?


I don't think so, yes if you need a 6 or 8 laner the size is a problem, I have a 8 laner and a 4 right now, really considering making a 6 and and 4 more instead of the 8.
But in magracing there should be no problem making tracks even in private home, the 33% is nothing for a bigger scale (IMO)

Keep up the good work :thumpup

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