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A slot car is a powered miniature auto or other vehicle that is guided by a groove or slot in the track on which it runs. A pin or blade extends from the bottom of the car into the slot. Though some slot cars are used to model highway traffic on scenic layouts the great majority are used in the competitive hobby of slot car racing. Hobby On has all your slot car needs.
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Real FX Artificial Intelligence Racing System AW 9" Straight Track (2) 4-Gear Slot Car Pit Kit
Real FX Artificial Intelligence Racing System
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1/32 Cobalt Blue- Extreme Car 1/32 Carbon Black- Extreme Car Real FX Crossover Track Set
1/32 Cobalt Blue- Extreme Car
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1/32 Carbon Black- Extreme Car
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Slot cars are usually models of actual automobiles, though some have bodies purpose-designed for miniature racing. Most enthusiasts use commercially-available slot cars and often modify them for better performance, others motorize static models, and some build theirs from scratch, creating their own mechanisms and bodies from basic parts and materials. Drivers generally use a hand-held controller to regulate a low-voltage electric motor hidden within the car. Traditionally, each car runs on a separate lane with its own guide-slot. The challenge in racing slot cars comes in taking curves and other obstacles at the highest speed that will not cause the car to lose its grip and spin sideways, or to 'deslot', leaving the track altogether.