Fat Track source, Adventure Force Racers

ChyveRRRacing Tuesday, 3/17/2020

Found this Adventure Force Crash Racers set  this weekend at Walmart. Only $30 for the set and the connectors are the classic flat connector style. I'm pretty sure these are the curves in 3DBotmaker's current tracks. Hopefully I'm not screwing myself out of a source by sharing :D



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WorpeX 3/17/20

I'm pretty sure 3DBotMaker made his own track set called MagTracks and whats what he uses.

I do know that what you found looks exactly like my fat track which works really well. Nice find!

  • 3DBM does print his own curves but the straights are just plastic sign material, or at least it used to be. He prints the connectors and stuff. — redlinederby
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redlinederby 3/17/20
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Nice find and thanks for sharing. I'm still on the fence if I want to venture into fat track territory, but good to know there's a relatively accessible source. Nice to know I won't have to scour eBay for vintage stuff.

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MDG_Racing 3/17/20

This is the track that 3Dbotmakers used for his new track. It is 2 lane similar to Mattel's X-V Racers. 

3D doesn't make MagTrack any longer but offered up the files on his website. It was 3 lane like Mattel Sizzlers Fat Track.

The Adventure Force should be available for a while. Maisto's the parent company of A.F.,  I do believe.

  • That's good to hear. I still plan to buy a couple more sets next payday as a backup. I had a set like this as a kid and the bank section connectors wear down over time easily. — ChyveRRRacing
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