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About wizardgm

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    Kart Driver

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    Adelaide
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    Radio Controlled Aircraft, classic motor cars

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  1. Brumos, Thanks, and congratulations for your podium. Congratulations to all the constructors for making this event a success, the place-getters and to ALL the four drivers who made for a very good day as there were VERY few offs during the whole event. As to the comments on traction, yes the track was VERY different on the day compared to what it normally is and a lot of cars (including mine) were struggling to find grip, so much so that when I was testing on the track a couple of months ago, the car did a 5.7 second lap, with consistent 5.8 second laps. Go figure why !! The next round will be different as this could be considered as a 'home' track for the SA entries. On to the next round. Dennis
  2. Howdy all, I use this 1 pole 12 position rotary switch and add resistors to it. https://www.jaycar.com.au/1-pole-sealed-pcb-rotary/p/SR1210 At the moment I am using this string of resistors. 1 Ohm, 1 ohm, 2.2 ohm , 2.2 ohm , 2.2 ohm , 3.3 ohm , 3.3 ohm , 3.3 ohm , 3.3 ohm , 4.7 ohm and 4.7 ohm This seems to work for me. The positive clicks of the switch makes it easier to change, without looking, while driving !! Dennis
  3. Lenny, details of my car are as follows, #8, Wizardgm, SA, Body - Brabham BT3 F1, Manufacturer - Faller, Chassis - M.E.S.S. , Motor - SRP18, Guide - Sloting+, Braid - Racer Sideways, Lead Wire - NSR, Pinion - Slot It, Gear - Slot It, Ratio - 10 to 25 or 26, Rear Tyres - MJK, Rear Rims MJK (mod), Front Rims - MJK (mod) Front Tyres - Ninco Classic Thanks, Dennis
  4. Alan, Can I use #8 instead of #70, that is is it is OK. Thanks, Dennis
  5. Mike F's car is now complete. I have given him the car and specs, so he can sent onto you. Before and after
  6. Amazing what ya find when you are not looking....
  7. Phil, here is a couple of pics. The body will fit an Atlas 'Scutler' type brass chassis Thanks for attempting to identify, Dennis
  8. Should have read the rules better, not a good start.... PM has been sent to Lenny......
  9. Lenny, Could I enter a car, Either a 1961 Cooper or a Brabham. Not sure which one but will only be one. Number 70 please. Thanks, Dennis
  10. Howdy all, Lemon juice is what was used a long time ago to clean COX mag wheels. There is a place in Lobethal (South Australia) - named The Parts Box that makes a LOT of repo stuff for these cars. have a look in the "slot Car" parts around 2551 , 2552 , 2572 & 2575.....etc did not find screens though.... Web page is 'thepartsbox com ' and does online ordering. Dennis
  11. Nope.... Whenever someone asks me to look at something on Facebook, my 'standard' reply is What's Facebook.... By the way, the pics are bl**dy Marvelous.....
  12. wizardgm

    Old Bloke

    Howdy Conrod1, welcome aboard. It seems that a lot of us 'Old Blokes' are on this forum. Posting pics. I just found this for another guy. At the top, select 'Forums' then scroll ALL the way to the bottom and select 'Help' Lots of info here, but if you look at 'posting' there is some help for attaching pics under 'attaching' Hope this helps, Dennis
  13. Interesting ! Which 'Mosfet' controller are you building ? Also, I use the single row pins from the Arduino kits from Jaycar to make single inline sockets for resistor modules. Stackable Header set for Arduino - Cat # HM3207
  14. wizardgm

    New Shed New Track

    Nowhere near ready for that Triggy Nice looking track. It should be getting close.. Dennis
  15. Phil, are either of these (this one pictured or the one on the bench) from the English club controller, on SFI ? Dennis
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