Presidents Choice RR kits

I have a questions for those of you that are familiar with those President's Choice Railroad kits they sell, usually arount Christmas time. (Loblaws and
Atlantic Superstore)
I know they are 18in radius turns in the kit, but are they 10 or 30 degree?
Thanks
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Good morning Jon;

How many pieces are required to form a semi-circle? For example, Atlas uses 6 pieces to form a semi-circle on 18" radius track and 8 pieces for 22" radius track. 1/2 & 1/3 pieces are divided accordingly.
180/6 = 30 1/2 piece = 15 1/3 piece = 10 180/8 = 22.5 1/2 piece = 11.25
Cheers, John
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Jon wrote:

These sets include standard sectional track, 12 pieces to the circle. Not that it matters, since the trains are compatible with all sectional HO track, even Atlas's and Walthers' code 83 series (which have smaller rail.)
These sets are excellent value for money: they cost about as much as the engine alone costs when branded as IHC (International Hobby Corporation.) They are made by Mehanotechnika of Slovenia, who have been upgrading and improving their product steadily. They supply many of the IHC locomotives.
BTW, this year's set, which features a 2-10-2 decorated for CNR, is sold out in most parts of Canada.
HTH
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This year's set includes Nickle-Silver sectional track for the first time.

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