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By PipSlot
I am constantly developing new Pip-related products, so make sure to check back here or on my FB development blog for any news on that. Suggestions and questions are much appreciated! Cheers, Pim
Thanks for stopping by! 

With a Pipguide, the guide of a slot car can move sideways within the chassis. This allows the car to slide with 4 wheels. The flexible arm of the guide also absorbs the lateral forces that the car endures in curvy sections of the track. It makes the car follow a smoother racing line, which feels great and helps against de-slotting. It might improve your laptimes as well!

But most important to me, the extra realism of the cars' handling adds even more fun to slot racing! 

Cheers, Pim


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