Hello I am not new to train layouts and had a 00 scale layout a few years ago, but space meant it had to go. Interest has never gone away though. So here I am trying out z scale for the first time. I've always been fascinated by its small size. Anyway got a Marklin starter set to try it out. And expand on it, hopefully. What I wand to know. On the Marklin feeder track under it is a small capacitor and if you look at photo some sort of heat sink covering something on the wires. Is this important as I want to do away with this straight and solder two wires to a curve. Yes I can get a markiln feeder curve, but not in the radius I need. Anyway I test run the set with two wires from the controller to track without this capacitor and what ever that is on the Markiln wire but will this do any harm as the capacitor and whatever is in that heat sink must be there for some reason ?