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Track Direction Switches

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Hey all,

Just wondering what people use to switch the polarity on there tracks so it can be run both directions.

I've been looking for 6 pin toggle switches but can't find anything suitable .

 

Any help appreciated .


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David

 

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this guy is SLICK. He can even answer his own questions :lol:

 

Yeah that's them.plus and minus go to one end, and cross them over to the opposite sides of the switch at the other end, then feed the two centre wires to the track.


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Thanks for that Davnic...

That's a nice clear diagram...

 

I would not of thought of a 'disable brakes' switch...

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Hi Phil

 

yeah things are good here, having a ball racing with a group of guys in buffalo (90 miles one way) we race every Monday... Keep me posted on races you have going on love to send another car or two down for any proxy races you have going on... retirement is GOOD :rolleyes:

 

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Thanks for that Davnic...

That's a nice clear diagram...

 

I would not of thought of a 'disable brakes' switch...

 

I've used this diagram for years now, the brake switch probably never gets used or added to the drivers station as most Hand controllers now have a brake pot to adjust your stopping power, normally with SCX cars very minimal brakes are used.


Regard's

David

 

Team Phoenix

 

4 x Australian National Champion.

 

Premier Raceway Build

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Heany Park Raceway Build

 

 

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