Model power flextrack, code?

Discussion in 'N / Z Scale Model Trains' started by patgin, Jul 3, 2007.

  1. patgin

    patgin Member


    What is the code size of the N scale model power flextrack?
  2. Jim Krause

    Jim Krause Active Member

    I believe its code 100. If you have a micrometer or Vernier calipers, you can measure the rail height. .100 of an inch will equal code 100.

    Disregard the above bogus information. I didn't notice what scale you were talking about, sorry.
  3. patgin

    patgin Member

    I thought that there was only code 80 or 55. WIll this tracks fit with code 80 turnout?
  4. umtrr-author

    umtrr-author Member

    I also think it's Code 80, not Code 100.

    However, it is of less good construction and material than other brands in my opinion and I'm not sure I would use it.
  5. gcri

    gcri New Member

    I have a few pieces of it that I got just to practice cutting and soldering on since I had never built an N scale layout before. It is definitely not as good as Atlas flex track (which is what I am using). As for code like umtrr-author said it should be code 80.
  6. Boilerman

    Boilerman Member

    The Model Power track that I used years ago was Code-80:).
  7. Jim Krause

    Jim Krause Active Member

    Oops, my apologies. I didn't notice that you were talking N scale.

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