We removed the magnets from our Carrera 1/32 ’66 Pontiac GTO and Porsche GT3 RSR slot cars to run a few races. Whether you refer to it as No-Mag, No Magnet, Magnet Free, or Magnetless, the idea is the same — the slot cars don’t have as much traction thus a more delicate touch is required to drive. The timing on braking points, speed carried though a turn, and throttle management is more critical than when running the cars stock. Races are run on a Carrera Digital 132/124 track approximately 75 feet long.
Other slot car videos:
– Carrera Digital 132 Nissan GT-R Showdown:
– Carrera Digital 132 Ferrari 599XX Showdown:
Tuning a New Slot Car (for Non-Slot Car Nerds)
Building a Modular Table System for Slot Car Tracks
Building a Digital Slot Car Track – Design Considerations
Music used in video: Demilitarized Zone by Ethan Meixsell, Granite by Ethan Meixsell.