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by Ned
Wed 26. Feb 2020 13:13
Forum: Track building
Topic: New MagRacing track
Replies: 23
Views: 820

Re: New MagRacing track

For 1/32, I recommend a minimum of 6.5cm between straight parallel lanes and a min of 8cm between lanes on the corners. I agree with Kim that you need at least 30cm of straight guide wire leading up to a lane change, so that the car is going perfectly straight when it reaches the lane change. I susp...
by Ned
Sat 22. Feb 2020 00:57
Forum: Track building
Topic: New MagRacing track
Replies: 23
Views: 820

Re: New MagRacing track

That one corner looks awfully tight. What is the minimum radius that you intend to use?
by Ned
Tue 11. Feb 2020 23:14
Forum: Car building
Topic: Cars : Which cars do you want to see produced.
Replies: 3
Views: 295

Re: Cars : Which cars do you want to see produced.

I'm working on my RTR chassis and are interested to know what would be the car models most wanted. If you have a favorite and even know of where to get the body. Please make a reply and add link where to get it. This would be of great help in pushing MagRacing on track again. Personally I like cars...
by Ned
Sun 9. Feb 2020 19:03
Forum: Transmitter and Electronics
Topic: 2.4 GH working combinations.
Replies: 21
Views: 8392

Re: 2.4 GH working combinations.

Great news!
by Ned
Mon 9. Dec 2019 20:30
Forum: Track building
Topic: The Magic of Lane Change Plates
Replies: 11
Views: 5728

Re: The Magic of Lane Change Plates

Lane change plates are easy to make from any steel plate .006” to .010” thick. The side of a tin can (the kind used for soup and fruit) could probably be used. Cut to desired shape with tin snips. Then roll flat with some kind of roller. Rolling pin (used for rolling pie dough) or wallpaper seam rol...
by Ned
Wed 3. Jul 2019 20:17
Forum: Car building
Topic: 1/24 scale 2.4g Magracing.
Replies: 23
Views: 8272

Re: 1/24 scale 2.4g Magracing.

Good looking body and chassis Wes. Now you need to design that chassis with an adjustable wheelbase.
by Ned
Tue 23. Apr 2019 22:24
Forum: Car building
Topic: 1/24 scale 2.4g Magracing.
Replies: 23
Views: 8272

Re: 1/24 scale 2.4g Magracing.

Wes, your car appears to handle very well. What size magnet did you use in the steering arm to follow the guide wire in the track? Also, what is the diameter of the guide wire in the track?
by Ned
Wed 13. Mar 2019 19:53
Forum: Car building
Topic: Availability of Cars
Replies: 4
Views: 1947

Re: Availability of Cars

Jim, It’s difficult to fit an LMP body like the one pictured below, to a magracing chassis, but it is possible. https://i1371.photobucket.com/albums/ag318/nedphillips46/IMG_20190313_121519_zpsf5vlb0tb.jpg This kind of body with deep NASA ducts in front restricts the left and right turning of the fro...
by Ned
Tue 12. Mar 2019 00:17
Forum: About this fora
Topic: Working again, reset your cookies
Replies: 5
Views: 2620

Re: Working again, reset your cookies

I finally figured out how to login to the updated forum. For those of you like me, who are not familiar with the details of web browser software and cookies, here is some additional info. If you can’t login to the updated magracing forum, you need to delete only the cookies for magracingforum.com wh...
by Ned
Tue 30. Oct 2018 18:17
Forum: Track building
Topic: track building
Replies: 14
Views: 5568

Re: track building

@Ned: what do you mean, that there are hundreads of cars, which are not used anymore? Does everybody give up this hobby, or change to slotcars? I know that Wes Raynor, the original developer of MagRacing, sold hundreds of cars. Wes sold that business to Martin Price and Martin’s business partner wh...