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here is one of my personnal tracks.
I built it out of cardboard.
It’s quite small so you can only ride by 2, but you can easily carry and tidy it up behind a door or over a cupboard.
Here is the cardboard bend technique::shy:
And here is my mod to reflect le Infra-Red Beam of the tomy digital lap counter: half a laser disc.:smiley2:
yeah thats pretty kewl!! very cost effective blackeye:
~45mhz Toyota Supra 1.0/2.6/3.0
How did you get the centre lines done so well. They look great. Nice budget track.
My track – http://community.webshots.com/album/58669595eliwuK
hey nice track!!!! im going to make a track one day and use that foam stuff u get in packages for the edges, i just need to get a base…what type of cardboard did you use for the base?
nice easy to make track = )
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I’ve used pieces of white adhesive paper for the center lines.
And the base is made of the back of a cheap cupboard.
So the white lines were hand placed on there 1 at a time? Oh man, that’s effort.
nice track Morbak, looks very cool, i’ll say it again nice 2000GTR:D
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