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SFull loop

Fozzie 21

4 posts

Some cars run fine big layout. Most don't. Has anyone done a full loop on the track

woodcote

688 posts

I’m not sure what you are describing here Fozzie - can you give us some more information?

Andy P.

1557 posts


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Hi Fozzie,

As woodcote said you have to give us much more information than that for us to help you.

What type of track, how long, what type of cars, digital or analog etc,....

sgtada

20 posts

start on your kitchen floor or basement if you have one or your garage. Keep adding length to the design and TEST with your cars to see if you have continuity of electricity and PHOTOGRAPH each scene, design, geometry of the track so you can go back to what you had before if the last didn't work. If I could photograph my 3 -4x8 tables in one shot I would and it would scare you!

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