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Old 09-08-2015, 05:42 PM   #1
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Default My home made track in Wellington, OH

Been getting into RC pretty hard this year and I now have a collection of Tekno .3 vehicles. Figured I might as well build a track to keep my time in this hobby at a maximum while also spending time with my wife and little one.

First few pictures are the original layout. I just recently built it and I'm ready for a good rain, rolling it again, then laying out the tile. It should be fun! Original layout was about a 19 second lap time. New one should be a few seconds more.

Mark

Original layout.



New layout under construction.









Put this new triple in the back instead of a big double. SCT's should be able to triple, if not, they can single, then double.



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Old 09-08-2015, 05:46 PM   #2
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-Should start in the back straight away
-180 banked turn into a triple
-another big double after the triple, should have plenty of room to clear with SCT, truggy does it no problem.
-probably another 180 turn, or maybe a small multiple turn section which rolls into 2 off camber mounds.
-More turns and 180's after that to work on braking and picking good lines.
-Now in front of the drivers stand (not up yet) with a larger table top with a jump in the center.
-Goes to a corner box in the lower left corner, then back to the straight.

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Looks nice.... Did a good job. Have you thought about having people over to run with you? Is it big enough for a 1/5 scale losi 5t? I know of 4 of us that have 1/5 scale trucks and buggy. We our always looking for a place to run...
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