In part 1 of a two part chassis building series I go over a few questions that I have received over the years. I then show how to cut apart the chassis kit and prepare the individual pieces for soldering. I also show how to mock the chassis onto an assembly jig and prepare for final assembly.
Just some easy cleaning up of our classic chassis.
A video showing how to build an Eliminator chassis for 1/24 scale slot cars. www.beslotsport.com
This is a how to video that explains the features and functions of this newly designed chassis jig. The jig can be used for Retro as well as other slot cars
In this Workbench edition, we take a look at the new JAG Hobbies HO Racing Slot Car Chassis. Generally this is a speedy little in-line motor style chassis that takes screw-post style Aurora / AW T-Jet bodies. I found the cars interesting and fun. They may be a little fast at 18 volts for some guys. I would say 15 to 16 volts would be about right. They probably would be about perfect with the standard factory set wall packs that don’t all put out high current and voltage.
Eliminator chassis for 1/24 slot car racing. www.beslotsport.com