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Rodsun last won the day on November 29 2019

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  1. Not fair......that's cool ......even before it gets FUGLY!
  2. Ok..... just checking my stock ..they're all UGLY! Just have to make them coooool!
  3. Yes it's coming along well but all credit goes to my builder mate who has all the tools and the skills. I'm definitely the apprentice learning and enjoying my time in the garage with the build.
  4. Same post as posted on NZ tracks... Ok have gone with the majority recommended, track 1 with some slight variation. So here is what we have managed to get done thus far. First though a big thankyou to the more experienced builders of tracks who have passed and posted on this forum their knowledge about the process of building tracks. This being my first build have found the posts most helpful, building the track though........not without its moments. Love that builders bog First a sturdy frame A couple of 12mm 8x4 MDF sheets, draw the lay out to see how it looks, and pin the tube for the router to follow Starting to look like something to have a little fun on. The tracks measure 33' 6" and 33' 8" if I hadn't put the squezze corner in ( bottom right) they would have been the same (around 10 mtrs) Of course had to put it on coasters so it can come outside inthe summer Using / cutting up an old shower cubicle to make the barriers. It's 3mm thick so used the same router process for making the tracks to obtain a slot for the barrier then glued in place. The plastic bends well but on the tighter corners used a heat gun to make it a little more plyable. It's a wait and see game now on how well it performs on race day...... You have to LOVE this guy, has a very suttle way of offering advice.
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    Ok have gone with the majority recommended, track 1 with some slight variation. So here is what we have managed to get done thus far. First though a big thankyou to the more experienced builders of tracks who have passed and posted on this forum their knowledge about the process of building tracks. This being my first build have found the posts most helpful, building the track though........not without its moments. Love that builders bog First a sturdy frame A couple of 12mm 8x4 MDF sheets, draw the lay out to see how it looks, and pin the tube for the router to follow Starting to look like something to have a little fun on. The tracks measure 33' 6" and 33' 8" if I hadn't put the squezze corner in ( bottom right) they would have been the same (around 10 mtrs) Of course had to put it on coasters so it can come outside inthe summer Using / cutting up an old shower cubicle to make the barriers. It's 3mm thick so used the same router process for making the tracks to obtain a slot for the barrier then glued in place. The plastic bends well but on the tighter corners used a heat gun to make it a little more plyable. It's a wait and see game now on how well it performs on race day...... You have to LOVE this guy, has a very suttle way of offering advice.
  6. Happy to race but rather wait until no condtions need to be adhered to and I can give all you guys a hug. Been busy building a track but don't know how to get pictures onto this forum.
  7. Thanks Mark..the 3x3 night was fantastic, allowed for some great "family" time. a good choice with small numbers .....Awesome
  8. Pedro... Thanks for Thursday night your shed is spick & clean, the racing was great especially the first few laps with Rossco, Bingo, and myself which would have looked great for the whole race. Loved the night loved the antivirus turn out
  9. I'm in where ever, but I do have to deliver and pick-up Elton....?.....? No problem
  10. Thanks Mark, Great night of fun and banter with the few that turned up we all enjoyed the nights racing. It was VERY competitive and very patient allowances was made for our marshals. Loved the house class, excellent option.
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