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2004.06.21, 06:16 PM
what would be the idael surface for this track and is this a good design

2004.06.21, 06:59 PM
It looks pretty fast to me. Have you checked out the free track maker program? There is a link to it on one of the threads and it also allows you to save the track deisgn in .jpg. I can't remember the exact name of it since I am on the wrong computer right now, but it allows the user to design an RCP Track set up as well as a few other types.

2004.06.21, 09:06 PM
Here is the link to Zanthrax.nl and the TrackMaker software program.


This link is also at that same site:

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2004.06.22, 11:31 AM
for some reason when i go to open the link to downlod it says page cannot be displayed

2004.06.22, 11:41 AM
no matter what i do i cant seem to open the download link the sucks :mad:

2004.06.22, 11:49 AM
no matter what i do i cant seem to open the download link the sucks :mad:

2004.06.22, 11:50 AM
it submitted twice owell

2004.06.22, 11:52 AM
what do u think i should use as a track material. i have heard that partical boared with paint and sand works good,and short carpet,and EVA foam.what do u think is best and what would be best for a oval/roadcorse.


2004.06.22, 02:56 PM
I just tried the first link and it worked fine, but when I clicked on the link to download TrackMaker it didn't work either. You may want to do a search of the threads and see if there was an alternate link.

As far as suggesting something to make your track out of I don't have any suggestions since I own an RCP Mini-Tile. I have ran the Z's on Ozite though and didn't care for it.

Good luck.

2004.06.22, 04:38 PM
i have a modest rcp track and i've raced on painted plywood. both offer really different type of control/handling. i have to admit, the painted plywood was fun to slide on the turns but the safety and traction of an rcp track can't be beat.

take a look at latency's track. he has a very nice basement track and has now built a equally nice foam track over the wood one.