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Old 10-03-2008, 09:01 PM   #1
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I am building a track for the Traxxas Slash racers in the area and I would like some feedback on the minimum size that would be "acceptable" as well as what width the lanes should be. We are limited on space and may be stuck with 60x26. I am working with the local parks and rec to have a bigger track made so a larger size is in the works. How big are 1/10 electric size tracks?
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lanes bout 4 feet + wide and let your imagination go.
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6' lanes will work good for the slash any thing less you wont be able to have the side by side racing and for layouts take a look at corracing.com and see if one of the tracks they race on would work in the space you have since the slash and slayer are based off of the cor racing format
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