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Tomistil

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At the moment it sits quite happily on the long straight bridge section.

Tomistil

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Hi woodcote

Thanks for commenting. You are spot on by the way. Sadly the curved lane changers are not mine to tweak, so I will just omit them entirely.

I want the xlc in the pit lane to ad a touch og realism, that’s all. I expect no more than 3 or 4 cars on the track at any one time, so congesting the pit lane should not be a problem.

The long straight xlc might very well end up at the end of the straight, but as the track is diving half way to ground level at exactly that point, I was affraid that could trigger some xlc performance issues.

Tomistil

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Finaly got around to testing the Arc Pro, only to realize several limitations apply. Like incompatability with the curved lane changer thus forcing me to change layout. So before I splash out any more cash I would very much like to know if anyone here has tried combining the pit lane with the straight lane changer?

I've seen it made possible with an SCX digital layout, so I guess my question is this: Is a layout such as this (with a long pit lane section combining a c7015 with a c7036) possible in a Scalectric digital layout?

 

This layout also has the advantage of being expandable to 4 lanes, should a digital multilane expansion ever become available.

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