Note: Above is a click-enabled image. By clicking on a piece of track in the image, you'll get an enlarged picture of that track and adjacent track. This should help when it comes to reading the reference numbers on the image and matching them to correct Carrera product listings below.
1: 20577 1/30º, 6 each = 180º
2: 20571 1/60º, 3 each = 180º
3: 20572 2/30º, 6 each = 180º
4: 20573 3/30º, 6 each = 180º
5: 20578 4/15º, 12 each = 180º
Outside Shoulder for Curve:
6: 20567 1/30º, 6 each = 180º
7: 20561 1/60º, 3 each = 180º
8: 20562 2/30º, 6 each = 180º
9: 20563 3/30º, 6 each = 180º
10: 20568 4/15º, 12 each = 180º
Inside Shoulder for Curve:
11: 20590 1/30º, 6 each = 180º
12: 20551 1/60º, 3 each = 180º
13: 20591 2/30º, 6 each = 180º
14: 20592 3/30º, 6 each = 180º
15: 20593 4/15º, 12 each = 180º
End Sections Outside Shoulder:
16: 20598 1/30º
Explaining how curved track relate to each other:
But wait, what does 1, 2, 3, or 4 mean when I read 1/60º, 4/15º, or 2/30º?
The numbers refer to the tightness of the turn. A "1" would be the inner most curve. It has the smallest radius for a turn, thus a tighter turn. On the opposite end of the spectrum, a "4" would be the largest possible radius for a turn. It's the outermost curve and curves of this nature are very shallow and gradual.
Now, if you were interested in building just a two lane track layout, then know you can use any of these track sections to make doglegs or other partial curves, ranging from real tight ("1") curves to real shallow ("4" curves), to your track layout. If you want to know more specifics of each track piece (such as the arc length of the track), please go to each products MORE INFO section in our Carrera Track Accessories page of our catalog.
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