GITD 1. Short for Glow-In-The-Dark. 2. A group of dyes used in plastics that absorb light and then release the light in the dark, usually in a green hue.
Glow-In-The-Dark 1. A group of dyes used in plastics that absorb light and then release the light in the dark, usually in a green hue. 2. Sometimes referred to as GITD.
G-Plus 1. Version of Aurora AFX HO scale slot cars. 2. Stands for gravity + magnetic attraction.
G-Plus HO Slot Car Chassis 1. In-Line Motor - pinion and crown driven Chassis. 2. Stands for gravity plus magnetic attraction to track rails. a. Aurora AFX G-Plus Narrow Fixed Axle Slot Car Chassis.
b. Aurora AFX G-Plus Wide Fixed Axle Slot Car Chassis.
c. Aurora AFX G-Plus Narrow Snap-In Axle Slot Car Chassis.
d. Aurora AFX G-Plus Wide Snap-In Axle Slot Car Chassis.
Grade Change Tracks 1. Version of HO scale slot car tracks like humps, hills, and loops.
Graveyard Cars 1. A release from Auto World as the MOPAR part of the Barn Find Series. 2. Vehicles that are damaged badly and usually reallocated to parts for other vehicles or customs.
Guardrails 1. Wall or fence along the side of the road to keep vehicles from leaving the track.
Guide Pin 1. A method of keeping the vehicle on a slotted track. Several versions have been made: a. Cylindrical being the most common. b. Wedge or tabbed are the second most common. c. Tyco X-Treme Wall Racing uses a "C" shaped guide that fits over a "T" below the track surface. Vehicles can only
be added or removed from a specific spot on the terminal track.