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        Future S24 runabout sessions will no longer require registration. Please understand that these sessions are for active members of Scratch32. Anyone without a Scratch32 account who might be interested in participating should contact either myself or Ken.

        Normally these sessions will be held once a month on a Saturday but there will be the odd switch to a Sunday due to scheduling constraints.

        Looking ahead we will begin racing our large scale (1:25) Boulevard Cruisers. If you have more than one model you can enter and race each one as a separate entry (numbers permitting). For info on class requirements please check the other threads in this subforum or just ask us. Eventually we’ll post class criterium in accordance with the suggestions in those threads. If you do not have time to build your own chassis but are interested in participating please contact Ken to commission one of his KRZ chassis.


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        Avatar photoKen


          I humbly thank you for the chassis reference.

          The 1/25 chassis differs a little from the 1/32 scale chassis in that it uses 1″ inch square tubing rather than 3/4″. It also requires four body posts instead of two. The extra width makes sidewinder installation without a pod, a breeze.

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            Looks great Ken! Pure simplicity which can’t be beat… and so easy to assemble too!


          • #40957
            Avatar photoKen

              Here’s a basic parts list for one of these chassis.

              From Ernie:

              • NSR 4859 Guide.
              • 3/32 Bearings.
              • 75mm Axles (3/32).
              • 1mm Competition braid.
              • Motor wire.
              • 13/38 Sidewinder gears.
              • Axle spacers.

              From DArt Hobbies:

              • Wheels and tires.
              • Wheel inserts.
              • Urethane body washers.


              • #227 Evergreen styrene tubing for body post material at your local hobby shop.
              • I can supply 4-40 brass inserts and hardware.
              • The Fox-10 motor is from Professor Motor.


              Bodies for these cars range from $5, to as high as $20 for a complete new kit at any of the Group25 flea markets. Very inexpensive. Crazy selection.

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