Tagged: HO Track at Kings
- September 7, 2018 at 4:35 PM #12993
Re-awaken this topic! This is my home HO track – a small, tight, technical closet-door track (based on the Tuckaway design from HO Slot Car Racing.com). Tomy AFX, 4 lane, no-brake driver stations (because HO didn’t come with a brake, so it doesn’t need one now!), adjustable power supply – I generally run it at 19 volts, Race Coordinator software. Runs counter-clockwise…and I’ve changed things a little to get rid of the guardrail in turn 5. Still considering ways to get rid of the one in turn 6 without endangering the cars heading through 1 and 2. It is meant to be portable and fits into the back of my station wagon. 🙂
I have all kinds of cars, as is the tendency with HO. Mostly TJet and Non-Magna traction. I do have lots of G+ (Tomy and AFX) as well as a few Tyco critters that have found their way into my pit boxes through the years. I even have one LifeLike.
--Stabn'SteerSeptember 10, 2018 at 4:52 PM #13008
I looks like a great, compact track. I had a Model Motoring vibrator set in 1961 and AFX in the later 60’s. The HO track leaned up on the wall at King’s is one I built for my son in the eighties. It was hinged to the wall over his bed and has cork board on the bottom.September 13, 2018 at 1:17 PM #13015
RUSS – can you make a few adapters for your track? I believe it’s TYCO? Or can we patch in some binding posts (audio plates for home theatre will work) so we can clip on our AFX controllers and power?
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