Saturday, September 3, 2011

modified production

A home built chassis or a Parma International 32 chassis can be used  . The chassis can be modified in any way as long as the  following is a heard  to.
·         Added weight, there are no restrictions on the use of ballast except that it must not overhang the chassis outline and must not inhibit the movement of any chassis component and it must be lead.
·         Addition of up to 4 body mounting pin tubes using glue or solder to production chassis.
·         Rear axle bearings  can be of the “oilite” or  ball bearing type 
·         The  motor bracket may be cut off
·         The chassis pan below the end-bell may be trimmed to eliminate electrical short-circuit if necessary. Tape may be used under the motor end-bell for insulation to prevent the motor shorting on the chassis.
·      The motor may be soldered to the chassis in any position, and may be braced to the chassis in a rearward or forward  direction.
·         Front wheels:  must turn on their centres at 90 Degrees to the tracks surface and have black rubber / plastic perimeter. Front axle may be braced to prevent its revolving.

Technical Specification   
·         Saloon  type  bodies only
·         A non-transparent three (3) dimensional driver, consisting of at least head / shoulders / arms and steering wheel must  be used    
Slot car Dimensions:
·         maximum width excluding pins and tape 2.519” (64mm)
·         minimum clearance  (rear) 0.5mm
·         spur gear must be level or above chassis
·         Rear tires: maximum width 20.5mm [.810”]
1.           JK Falcon, Hawk, s16d type motors (or sim)


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