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Owner’s Manual & Technical Information HLNS1001 Legal Entire contents ©2015 Helion RC Before using your product, review all documentation and inspect the product carefully. If for some reason you decide it is not what you wanted, then do not continue with unpacking, setup or operation of your product. Your local hobby dealer cannot accept a product for return or exchange after partaking in actions that produce wear and tear. Read, understand and follow all instructions and accompanying material carefully before operating or assembling your product to prevent serious damage. Failure to complete these tasks properly or intentional aversion to the content will be considered abuse and/or neglect. Product specifications are subject to change without notice. Due to ongoing development, the actual product may vary from images shown. This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects and other reproductive harm. This product is not a toy! (14+) Recommended for ages 14 and up. Adult supervision required for ages under 18 years old. Contains small parts, keep out of reach of children 3 years of age and younger. Important Information Throughout this manual you will see different notes, cautions and warnings to help alert you to important information about the section you are reading. Please see below for the descriptions and what to look for to identify each type. WARNING: THIS INFORMATION IS IMPERATIVE FOR YOU TO UNDERSTAND AND FOLLOW AS LACK OF COMPLIANCE WITH THE CONTENTS OF THE WARNING COULD CAUSE PERSONAL INJURY OR PROPERTY DAMAGE. CAUTION: THIS INFORMATION IS IMPORTANT FOR YOU TO UNDERSTAND AND FOLLOW AS LACK OF COMPLIANCE WITH THE CONTENTS OF THE CAUTION COULD CAUSE DAMAGE TO YOUR PRODUCT THAT IS NOT COVERED UNDER WARRANTY. Note/Tip: This information is important for you to keep in mind, most commonly used to recall previously given information or to direct you to or provide you with additional information on a subject. 2 Contents Notice........................................................................................... 4 Precautions................................................................................. 4 Package Contents....................................................................... 5 Items Needed to Complete......................................................... 5 Introduction................................................................................. 6 Features....................................................................................... 6 Getting Started............................................................................ 7 Ikonnik ET4 Radio Sysytem ....................................................... 8 Radient Reaktor60-4T Overview................................................ 9 Adjusting and Tuning Your Vehicle........................................... 17 General Care & Maintenance...................................................18 Storage and Disposal ...............................................................22 Troubleshooting Problems........................................................22 Appendix A: Troubleshooting for Reaktor Power System........ 24 Appendix B: Troubleshooting Guide.........................................25 Appendix C: Differential Exploded Views.................................26 Appendix D: Shock Exploded Views......................................... 27 Appendix E: Front Suspension Removal..................................28 Appendix F: Front Suspension Exploded View.........................29 Appendix G: Rear Suspension Removal View..........................30 Appendix H: Rear Suspension Exploded View......................... 31 Appendix I: Main Chassis Exploded View................................32 Appendix J: Spare Parts List.....................................................33 Warranties.................................................................................39 Declaration of Conformity......................................................... 41 3 Notice Your product is calibrated and tested at the factory prior to final packaging, some issues may arise during shipping and handling that can be easily resolved at home. For other adjustments it should be known that hobby grade radio controlled products such as this differ from toy grade, in that they are intended to be user-serviceable products where the user can program, disassemble and maintain their own product. We try our best to ensure the information you need to introduce you to this form of product ownership is available to you though this manual. Please see the troubleshooting guide at the back of this manual for assistance in resolving issues, either as they are experienced out of the box or as found after regular use. Note: Assuming your product functions properly as intended out of the box, the best thing you can do is pay close attention to how it feels, sounds and functions. This will help you identify problems later since you will have a reference of how the product is supposed to perform. If you require further information or assistance resolving a possible issue, please consult the warranty card included with your product. Precautions Although great for first time users, Helion RC products are indeed advanced radio controlled vehicles with sensitive electronics and moving parts capable of causing injury if used improperly. Always use caution and common sense as failure to operate your product in a safe and responsible manner can result in damage to the product or other properties. Therefore this product is not intended for use or maintenance by children without direct adult supervision. Helion RC and your hobby dealer shall not be liable for any loss or damages, whether direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential, arising from the use, misuse, or abuse of this product or any product required to operate or maintain it. WARNING: ALWAYS KEEP LOOSE CLOTHING, HAIR, TOOLS OR OTHER MOVABLE OBJECTS AWAY FROM MOVING PARTS OF YOUR VEHICLE DURING SETUP AND CONFIGURATION. SPINNING TIRES CAN EXPAND AND MAKE CONTACT WITH SMALL TOOLS, OR HARDWARE AND SEND THEM FLYING AT HIGH SPEEDS RISKING INJURY TO YOU OR OTHERS AROUND YOU. • Your model can cause serious damage or injury so please use caution and courtesy when operating your model. • As a safety precaution, perform all transmitter and receiver adjustments with all parts of the vehicle off the ground. This ensures the complete control over the vehicle at all times during adjustments. • Do not operate your model near traffic, bystanders, parking areas, or any other area that could result in injury to people or damage to property. • If at any time during the operation of your model you observe any erratic or abnormal behavior of your model, immediately stop operation and bring the mode to a safe stop in a safe location to diagnose the problem. • Always power on your transmitter before turning your vehicle on. 4 • If you have little or no experience operating R/C models, we strongly recommend you seek the assistance of your local hobby dealer. • Do not expose the transmitter to water or excessive moisture. • Do not operate radio controlled products in a lightning or thunder storm. • Ensure your batteries (both Tx and vehicle) are charged before each use. • Check all servos and electrical connections prior to each use. • Use caution when handling your vehicle after use as electronics may get HOT and could cause a burn if handled carelessly. • Always allow the motor in your vehicle to cool completely before using it again. R/C models are an extremely fun hobby, but safety should never be ignored or taken lightly. Always take caution when operating your model as damage to property and injury can result from careless operation. Please consult your local hobby dealer with any questions or troubleshooting issues. And of course don’t forget to have fun, you deserve it after reading through all of these safety tips! Package Contents • 1x Four 10SC Short Course Vehicle • 1x Ikonnik ET4 Xenon 2.4GHz 4-Channel Transmitter with Grips • 1x 1.5mm Hex Wrench • 1x 2.0mm Hex Wrench • 1x 2.5mm Hex Wrench • 1x Documentation package with decals Items Needed to Complete and Enjoy • 4 x size AA 1.5V Alkaline batteries for the transmitter • 1 x 2-3S LiPo Battery and suitable charger • 1 x Bib to catch the drool of on-lookers 5 Introduction Select by Helion was born from the quest for the ultimate marriage of performance, value and innovation. It’s not an easy task compromising so we have done our best not to. We’ve included what we believe to be the best radio system in its class; the most durable and robust brushless power plant that includes proprietary technology; high performance engineering grade composite plastics with aircraft grade aluminum and high carbon steel components. We’ve taken a chassis platform that could have been ok and made it great. The components by themselves can be seen as capable, over engineered, refined and optimized, but their specs weren’t chosen because of how they perform when their independent, we’ve put them all together where each component complements each other with perfect synergy into the product that best fits our customers’ needs and expectations. It’s not just about being good, it’s about being Select. Features • Radient Reaktor 60T LiPo-Ready brushless all weather sensorless ESC with TSP • 24mm Offset Hex drive wheels, compatible with TRX and KYO • 4 Pole sensorless Radient Reaktor4T 3500kV brushless motor with TSP • High grip long wear racing lug tires with 12mm wheels • Ikonnik ET4 2.4 GHz 4-Channel radio system with 10 model memory and beginner mode • Heavy duty telescoping drive hafts • Aluminum bulkheads, steering spindles, suspension pivots and wheel hexes • Chassis guard/net • 2-3S LiPo Ready (Not Included) • All weather 6kg High Torque servo • Mid CG chassis design optimizes stability and ground clearance for all-terrain versatility • Four wheel independent suspension • Robust shaft based 4 wheel drive • All metal gear transmission with quite running composite spur gear • Included center differential • Planetary metal gear differential front and rear • Rubber sealed ball bearings throughout • Adjustable, oil filled, threaded aluminum body, coil-over shock absorbers • Dual bell crank ball bearing steering with adjustable servo saver • Durable, rugged engineering grade composite chassis components 6 Getting Started Below are some steps to help get you going right away and most applicable to those who have used RC products before. If you are new to the hobby or it has been a while since you’ve worked with the latest technology, please read through the manual to acquaint yourself with the latest procedures, Warnings, Cautions and Tips. Charging Although this information should be included with your batteries and charger, we have included it here again to ensure you have seen it and are aware of the most common things to be aware of with regards to charging our batteries. • Never leave the battery unattended while charging and never operate the charger without adult supervision. • Never charge a warm battery, always allow the battery to cool to room temperature before charging. • Never drop the charger or battery and do not attempt to charge a damaged battery. • Inspect the battery and charger before use. Never use a battery or charger if the wire or connector has been damaged or if the battery has experienced a short. • Incorrect use of the battery, connections, or charging equipment can cause personal injury or property damage. • Never allow batteries or charger to come in contact with moisture at any time. • Stop charging immediately if the battery or charger becomes hot or changes form during use. WARNING: WHEN USING LIPO BATTERIES, ONLY USE CHARGERS DESIGNED FOR USE WITH LIPO BATTERIES FOR THE RC INDUSTRY THAT ENABLE BALANCE CHARGING AND USE THE SUPPLIED CONNECTOR. USE OF OTHER (NON-RC SPECIFIC) CHARGERS OR CONNECTORS CAN CAUSE CATASTROPHIC FALURES AND CAUSE PERMANENTLY DAMAGE YOUR BATTERY AND/OR CONNECTED EQUIPMENT. THIS PRODUCT IS NOT A TOY AND SHOULD NOT BE CHARGED, OPERATED, OR MAINTAINED WITHOUT SUPERVISION OF AN ADULT. Fully balance charge your chosen 2S or 3S LiPo battery in accordance with charging and safety guidelines supplied with the battery. LiPo batteries are sensitive to the charge current and as such, it should be chosen with care. • The battery pack must have a compatible HCT plug, never use plug adapters that include a non-high-current connector. • You can use a suitable NiMH battery pack, however you must change the LVC (low voltage cut-off) on the ESC (see Appendix at the back of this manual for ESC settings) 7 Preparing to Drive 1. Remove the body from vehicle. 2. Loosen the hook-and-loop battery straps. 3. Install the fully charged battery into the vehicle, be sure to secure the battery straps to keep the battery in. Note/Tip: If you are you using a tall high capacity battery, optional long straps are available to suit your configuration. 4. Ensure the motor is plugged into the ESC. 5. Ensure the vehicle power switch is in the OFF position and connect the battery to the ESC. 6. Read and understand the manual supplied with the Ikonnik ET4 radio system. CAUTION: NOTE TRANSMITTER CAUTIONS AND SETTING INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USE. 7. Install the  AA type alkaline batteries into the transmitter. 8. Confirm settings for steering/throttle trim and motor direction (update connection if necessary) 9. Confirm ESC settings for the battery you will use (check LVC program mode and ensure it is properly set to 5 if using a LiPo or 1 if you are using a NiMH battery pack.) 10. Re-install body with 4 supplied clips; turn your equipment ON (transmitter first!) and enjoy! The IKONNIK ET4 Radio System Your Select Four 10SC comes equipped with one of the most advanced 2.4GHz radios in its class. It is feature packed and incorporates technology normally reserved for only the upper echelon of radio systems and some completely unique to IKONNIK. Familiarize yourself with the usage and features presented in the IKONNIK ET4 Owner’s Manual and quick start guide to enhance your experience: Most importantly we recommend you become familiar with the following features of the system. • Pairing the transmitter and receiver. • Setting Steering and Throttle trims. • Using the 10 Model memory • Utilizing the Beginner Modes to share and enhance the fun. • Configuring the ergonomics to fit you 8 Radient Reaktor60-4T Brushless System Overview The Radient Reaktor series brushless motor and ESC is a great power plant to satisfy your need for speed and performance, not just an entry level brushless system, your Reaktor system has some of the most advanced technology in ESC and motor development in the industry today. Here are some great features we included that help keep your system running in top shape ensuring maximum enjoyment potential. CAUTION: ALWAYS ALLOW YOUR MOTOR TO COOL BETWEEN RUNS. EXCESSIVE ACCELERATION AND AGGRESSIVE DRIVING WILL CAUSE YOUR SYSTEM TO GET HOT. EXCERCISE GREAT CARE WHEN HANDLING YOUR VEHICLE AFTER RUNNING TO AVOID GETTING BURNED. Some Great Features of your ESC • Total System Protection (TSP) is an exclusive technology which protects your entire system against typical failures experienced and sometimes caused by by new users. CAUTION: ALTHOUGH TSP HAS BEEN ENGINEERED TO PROVIDE THE MAXIMUM PROTECTION AVAILABLE TODAY, IT IN NO WAY MAKES FAILING PRODUCT IMPOSSIBLE. TSP PROVIDES ADDED PROTECTION AGAINST THE MOST COMMON TYPES OF FAILURES EXPERIENCED AND SOMETIMES INDUCED BY NEW USERS. • Ready for all weather conditions allowing you to experience the fun of rain, puddles and snow. CAUTION: REMOVE THE COOLING FAN WHEN RUNNING IN WATER TO PREVENT FAN OVERLOAD AND FAILURE. AFTER RUNNING, CLEAN AND THEN DRY THE ESC AND FAN TO AVOID OXIDATION OF THE COPPER CONNECTORS. • Specially designed for RC car and truck, with excellent start-up, acceleration and linearity features. • Compatible with sensorless brushless motors. • 2 running modes suitable for different applications (“Forward with brake” mode, “Forward/Backward with brake” mode). • Proportional ABS brake function with 4 steps of maximum brake force adjustment, 8 steps of drag-brake force adjustment. • 4 start modes (“Punch”) from “Soft” to “Very aggressive” to be suitable for different chassis, tires and tracks. • Multiple protection features: Low voltage cut-off protection for LiPo or NiMH battery / Over-heat protection / Throttle signal loss protection / Motor blocked protection. • Easily programmed with the “SET” button on the ESC or with the LED Program Card. Your ESC has been pre-installed at the factory but before using your vehicle each time it is good to double check the wiring for damage or loose connections to ensure everything is in working order before use. Refer to the diagram below to check the connections of your electronics system. Some brushless motors such as the Reaktor included with your vehicle use only 9 black wires, this is okay. On sensorless brushless systems the motor will change operating direction when any two of the motor wires are swapped. PLUG FOR COOLING FAN POWER CAPACITOR GOLD BULLET CONNECTORS ESC INDICATOR LED MOTOR TO RECEIVER SETUP BUTTON ON/OFF SWITCH TO BATTERY (THIS CONNECTOR IS COMPATIBLE WITH BATTERIES HAVING WSD1300 PLUGS INSTALLED) Total System Protection (TSP) The Reaktor “T” series ESC’s and Motors incorporate the TSP technology. The TSP system protects against the following failure modes. • Over-current: Operating your product in very tall grass or in environments that create a lot of drag in the drivetrain can cause the motor to draw more current than the ESC is rated to maintain. This incredibly advanced circuitry is calibrated to sense the current state and predicted state of the electronics and will shut down the power to the motor to prevent an overload condition. The most common causes of an over-current condition are improper gearing or running in very high drag environments such as tall grass, wet heavy mud or in situations where damage has occurred to the drivetrain but gone un-noticed. • Over-temperature: Exclusive to the Radient Reaktor “T” Series is the integrated temperature monitoring of both the ESC and the motor. Never before has a sensorless brushless combo had the technology incorporated which allows the ESC to monitor the temperature of the motor and enables the cutting of power to prevent an over-heat melt down of the motor and the ESC. CAUTION: RMONITORING THE MOTOR TEMPERATURE AND PROPER FUNCTION OF THE TSP SYSTEM REQUIRES PROPER CONNECTION OF THE SENSOR PORT LOCATED IN THE BACK OF THE MOTOR AND THE SENSOR INPUT ON THE ESC. The Reaktor ESC is Engineered to Communicate With You LED Status: • In normal use, if the throttle trigger is in the neutral range, neither the red LED nor the green LED light up. • The red LED lights when the car is run forward or backward and it will flash quickly when the car is braking. 10 • The green LED lights when the throttle trigger is moved to the full throttle position. Alert Tones: • Input voltage abnormal alert tone: The ESC begins to check the input voltage when power on, if it is out of the normal range, such an alert tone will be emitted: “beep-beep-, beep-beep-, beep-beep-” (There is 1 second time interval between every “beep-beep-” tone). • Throttle signal abnormal alert tone: When the ESC can’t detect the normal throttle signal, such an alert tone will be emitted: “beep-, beep-, beep-” (There is 2 seconds time interval between every “beep-” tone). Protection Functions: • Low voltage cut-off protection: If the voltage of a LiPo battery pack is lower than the selected threshold for 2 seconds, the ESC will cut of the output power. Please note that the ESC cannot be restarted if the voltage of each LiPo cell is lower than the set threshold. • Over-heat protection: When the temperature of the ESC is over 105 degrees Celsius for 5 seconds, the ESC will cut off the output power. • Throttle signal loss protection: The ESC will cut off the output power if the throttle signal is lost for 0.2 second. Throttle Range Calibration 1. Hold your transmitter approximately 1ft away while calibrating the ESC. 2. Turn Transmitter ON first (transmitter should ALWAYS be ON if the ESC is ON. 3. Ensure your Throttle channel (Ch. 2) on your transmitter is set to “Reverse”. 4. Adjust both Throttle and Reverse/Brake EPA settings to 100%. 5. With the ESC OFF, press and hold the Set button near the switch and turn the ESC ON to enter setup mode. Release the button as soon as the LED begins to flash. 6. Without touching the trigger, press the button to set the neutral position, the GREEN LED will flash 1 time. 7. Pull/hold full throttle, press the button again, release the trigger, the GREEN LED will flash 2 times. 8. Push/hold full brake/reverse, press the button again, the GREEN LED will flash 3 times. Release trigger. 9. Switch the ESC OFF and back ON to complete setup. 10. Check the ESC operation to ensure forward throttle is actually forward, if not, switch any two of the motor wires and re-check. Then repeat steps 3-8 if you experience odd behavior. 11 Programming your ESC The Radient Reaktor is a programmable ESC. Although the default settings should work well for most users, these settings exist so that you can fine tune the performance of your ESC to your experience and components. Its various programmable parameters can be adjusted either by interfacing with the ESC directly (button presses and counting LED flashes), or via the optional Reaktor Program Box (RDNA0031) which includes a digital readout of the settings for easier interpretation and faster setup. There are 6 programmable parameters for your consideration, below are descriptions of each Item and following is the table and programming instructions for choosing your settings should you choose to change from the defaults (highlighted in BOLD text). CAUTION:THE MOST IMPORTANT OF THESE SETTINGS IS THE LOW VOLTAGE CUT-OFF THRESHOLD (ITEM 3). PLEASE READ THE DESCRIPTION AND USAGE SCENARIOS BELOW TO BETTER UNDERSTAND HOW TO USE THIS FEATURE. Item 1: Running Mode: 1. Forward/Brake: This setting is considered as “Race” mode where the reverse function is disabled. 2. Forward/Reverse-Brake: This setting is useful for normal operation since it allows for using reverse throttle to back out of a stuck situation. 12 CAUTION: SWITCHING FROM REVERSE TO FORWARD THROTTLE POSITION QUICKLY WILL CAUSE EXCESS LOAD ON THE ELECTRONICS AND DRIVETRAIN OF YOUR VEHICLE. IT IS RECOMMENDED TO COME TO A STOP BEFORE CHANGING REVERSE/FORWARD DIRECTION. Item 2: Drag Brake Force (Automatic Brake): 1. 0%: This setting allows the vehicle to continue to roll after letting off throttle without applying automatic-brake 2. 5%: Adding some drag brake will make the vehicle a little easier to control, especially when driving on a closed circuit type course, helping you to slow down and make turns easier. 3. 10%: Add more until you find the right balance of assistance with slowing down while still being able to maintain good corner speed without upsetting the vehicle. 4. 15% 5. 20% 6. 25% 7. 30% 8. 40% Item 3: Low Voltage Cut-Off (LVC) Threshold: The Reaktor ESC has 6 built in LVC options. It is essential that you use the proper LVC setting for the type of battery that you are using to achieve the optimal performance and safest operation from your ESC/Motor/Battery. This setting should be chosen based on the number and type of cells you are using. For LiPo batteries we recommend setting the LVC to #5. WARNING: USING A SETTING LOWER THAN 5 THIS MAY CAUSE OVER DISCHARGE OF SOME BATTERIES AND CAUSE DAMAGE TO YOUR BATTERY, WHICH COULD LEAD TO A FIRE. 1. No Protection: ONLY to be used with NiMH or NiCd type batteries. The ESC will run as long as possible, draining all possible energy from the batteries and eventually your vehicle will cease to function properly. CAUTION: IF YOU ARE RUNNING YOUR VEHICLE AND NOTICE A SUDDEN DECREASE IN POWER, YOUR ESC HAS DETECTED BATTERY VOLTAGE THAT IS LOWER THAN WHAT SHOULD BE SAFELY RUN WITHOUT CAUSING DAMAGE TO YOUR BATTERY OR ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT. IF YOU ARE USING NIMH BATTERIES WHILE THIS HAPPENS AND YOU HAVE ONLY BEEN RUNNING FOR A VERY SHORT TIME, IT IS VERY LIKELY THAT YOU ARE MISTAKENLY USING ONE OF THE BELOW LVC MODES. NOTE/TIP: When you notice the operation of your vehicle change, it is time to STOP running and re-charge your battery. 2. 2.6V/Cell: This setting will cause the ESC to enter LVC protection mode when the battery voltage is calculated at the selected voltage or less for more than 2 seconds. Since the setting is “per cell” this means that if you are running a 2 cell battery, the voltage protection will activate relative to 13 2 x 2.6V = 5.2V. This setting is primarily for use with LiFe type batteries as the lower end of LVC settings. DO NOT USE THIS SETTING WITH LIPO BATTERIES. 3. 2.8V/Cell: This setting would be the starting point for using LiFe type batteries and is not recommended for LiPo batteries. 4. 3.0V/Cell: This setting is only recommended for use with extremely high quality and highly durable LiPo batteries suitable for competition racing. Using a setting this low with a LiPo battery may cause excessive “wear and tear” on your batteries, shortening their lifespan. 5. 3.2V/Cell: This setting is recommended as the default for running average grade LiPo batteries. If your batteries are relatively old it is recommended to use setting 6 instead. 6. 3.4V/Cell: This setting can be used with any LiPo battery and will provide the “safest” discharge level for your batteries however some lower quality batteries do not sustain their voltage under heavy load and will cause premature LVC activation. Starting here is a good choice if you are unsure or just want to be extra cautious. Item 4: Start Mode/Punch (Higher value is more aggressive): The Reaktor ESC has 4 “punch” profiles that allow you to tune the initial power output of the ESC to suit your driving, vehicle, and the surface. You will typically want a lower punch setting when the surface has less traction. To get the optimal performance out of LiPo batteries, on high traction surfaces, setting 4 is recommended. 1. Level 1 (70%): This setting will provide the smoothest throttle feel and least wheel spin. 2. Level 2 (80%) 3. Level 3 (90%): This is the highest setting that should be used with high performance NiMH batteries such as those included with your vehicle. 4. Level 4 (100%): This setting is recommended for use with LiPo batteries only and allows you to get the maximum acceleration from your power system. Choosing a setting higher than #3 for use with NiMH batteries will cause inconsistent operation of your ESC, including possible momentary power loss. Item 5: Maximum Brake Force: The Reaktor ESC has 4 maximum brake force settings allowing you to tune your brakes for different driving surfaces. This setting works in conjunction with the brake EPA setting on your transmitter which can still be used to fine tune the braking force, however this setting affects the initial brake force also. Since your vehicle is using a high performance brushless motor which has great braking efficiency already, we have reduced the setting to #3. On some surfaces you may still find this setting to be too high and find that under heavy braking with 4wd vehicles the rear tires may come off the ground. This is a very unstable situation and should be avoided at all costs. If this 14 happens, reduce the maximum braking force to a lower setting. If however you are unable to stop and the lack of deceleration is not due to wheel slipping, you can increase the braking force. CAUTION: BE SURE TO CHECK YOUR MAXIMUM BRAKE SETTINGS BY DRIVING FROM FULL THROTTLE TO FULL HARD BRAKE IN AN OPEN AREA. IF THE REAR TIRES COME OFF THE GROUND CAUSING A FRONT FLIP, THE VEHICLE WILL TUMBLE OUT OF CONTROL AND COULD CAUSE PERSONAL OR PROPERTY DAMAGE. 1. 25%: This is the lowest setting and should only be used when driving with slow motors and on loose (low traction) surfaces. 2. 50%: It is not recommended to go below this setting on asphalt surfaces as the stopping power may not be enough to safely slow your vehicle. 3. 75%: This is the default setting we feel will provide you the best starting point for many different levels of traction on various surfaces. Remember it is extremely important to only drive a vehicle as fast as you can safely stop it. If the vehicle hits something or someone it can cause serious injury. 4. 100%: This setting is only recommended if you are running a slotted type motor, running this with a slotless style motor combined with a 4wd vehicle will likely cause front flips thus a loss of control of your vehicle. Reset to Factory Defaults: • At any time when the throttle is located in neutral zone (except in the throttle calibration or programming mode), hold the “SET” key for over 3 seconds, the red LED and green LED will flash at the same time , which means each programmable item has be reset to its default value. Audible/Visual Programming Alerts: In dirty conditions or with various installations scenarios, visibility of the LED’s may be obstructed. To assist with setting the ESC parameters you will also be able to hear audible beeps from the motor that will indicate the value of flashes the LED is transmitting. To help interpret the beeps and flashes we use a long time flash and long “Beep---” tone to represent number “5”, so it is easy to identify the higher quantity of flashes/beeps. This applies to both the programming parameter selection and also the value of each programmable item. For example, if the LED flashes as the following: • “A long time flash” (Motor sounds “B---”) = the No. 5 item • “A long time flash + a short time flash” (Motor sounds “B---B”) = the No. 6 item • “A long time flash + 2 short times flash” (Motor sounds “B---BB”) = the No. 7 item • “A long time flash + 3 short times flash” (Motor sounds “B---BBB”) = the No. 8 item • “A long time flash + 4 short times flash” (Motor sounds “B---BBBB”) = the No. 9 item. 15 Programming Table and Default Settings: Use the table below to better understand the programming process. This should help you navigate thorugh the programming menu. A longer blink of the LED and Beep tone is used to represent number 5. So, a long Beep plus a short Beep is 6, a long Beep and two short Beeps is 7 etc. Programmable Items (Blinks of GREEN LED) 1. Running Mode 2. Drag Brake Force 3. Low Voltage Cut-Off Threshold 4. Start Mode/Punch: Higher value is more aggressive 5. Maximum Brake Force Programmable Value (Blinks of RED LED), Black background indicates default settings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Forward with Brake Forward/ Reverse with Brake 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 40% No Protection 2.6V/ Cell 2.8V/ Cell 3.0V/ Cell 3.2V/ Cell 3.4V/ Cell Level 1 (70%) Level 2 (80%) Level 3 (90%) Level 4 (100%) 25% 50% 75% 100% HOLD SET BUTTON Turn OFF ESC and Transmitter Press and hold the SET button then Turn ON the ESC RED LED flashes indicating you are in program mode Program Item 1: Running Mode RED LED flashes to indicate set value: 1-2, press button to cycle through available values HOLD SET BUTTON (3 Seconds) GREEN LED flashes 2 times to set Item 2 Program Item 2: Drag Brake Force RED LED flashes to indicate set value 1-8, press button to cycle through available values HOLD SET BUTTON (3 Seconds) GREEN LED flashes 3 times to set Item 3 Program Item 3: LVC Threshold RED LED flashes to indicate set value 1-6, press button to cycle through available values HOLD SET BUTTON (3 Seconds) Continue to cycle through available Programmable Items and set values as desired. We recommend you start with the default values and adjust only one value at a time to be sure the change has made the desired effect. HOLD SET BUTTON (3 Seconds) Program Item N: RED LED flashes to indicate GREEN LED flashes “Programmable set value 1-X, press button to “N” times to set Item N Item” cycle through available values 16 Turn OFF ESC at any time to confirm setting, turn ON again to begin using the new settings. GREEN LED flashes 1 time to set Item 1 Adjusting and Tuning Your Vehicle The Select Four 10SC has been engineered with some available tuning options listed here for reference. The default configuration has been chosen to provide what we feel is the most enjoyable experience for most operating conditions. However we do encourage experimentation and testing as that’s where the real fun begins! Ride Height Adjustment It is ideal to have the drive shafts above level but still allow the shocks to extend when you lift the vehicle while the vehicle is sitting on a flat surface with the body installed. Use the threaded adjustment collars to achieve the desired ride height. • Lowering the collar will raise the ride height of the vehicle and if done excessively may decrease stability. • Raising the collar will lower the ride height and may cause the chassis to drag on the ground. Upper Shock Position There are multiple shock installation locations for the top mounting location of the shock towers. The default positions have been chosen as a good starting point. Moving the shock mounting location inward will result in a slightly less responsive feel on the front or rear of the vehicle but it will be a little more stable. Moving the shock mounting location outward will make the truck more responsive but less stable in some conditions. Lower Shock Position There are multiple shock installation locations for the lower mounting location of the shocks in the suspension arm. The default location is ideal for the included shock length. However you can play a little. • Moving the shocks to the inside location will result in a slightly more responsive feel on the front or rear of the vehicle but become a little less stable. This change will also increase the vehicle’s articulation and you will notice more body roll. Always check and adjust, if necessary, the ride height of your vehicle after moving the shock mounting locations. Battery Mounting Your vehicle comes equipped with foam blocks used to position the battery. Centered is the default location. • Moving the battery forward will generally give the vehicle more steering while exiting a turn, but less while entering a turn. • Moving the battery backwards will generally give the vehicle a little more traction but less steering while on power. • Ensure the foam blocks are in place to keep the battery pack from 17 changing position in the battery tray. • It may be necessary to reset the ride height after changing to a heavier/ lighter battery or making a setup change. General Care • Always use clean, dry cloth or soft bristle brush to clean your equipment. • Never use chemical cleansers to avoid damage to the sensitive electronics and plastics. Maintenance We want you to enjoy your product to its fullest potential. For this to happen it is important to keep your product clean and properly maintained. Lack of cleaning and maintenance can cause component failure. For best and continued performance from your product it is recommended to briefly inspect your product for damage every few uses. Typically, a good time to do this is when changing the battery in your vehicle or while it is charging. If a problem is discovered, stop use immediately and perform repairs or seek assistance. Continued use of failed components can cause more unnecessary damage to your product. ESC and Servo The ESC and servo included in your vehicle are rated for all weather use. It is recommended that you avoid submersion of the vehicle however running in puddles, rain and snow should not be damaging. If you will be running in a lot of water it is recommended to un-plug the fan from the ESC to prevent the fan from being over-loaded from the water. Be sure to re-connect the fan immediately after use and drying the terminals. Always remove excess water/ snow from your vehicle after running to help prevent corrosion. Using an air compressor is effective but please use eye protection. Transmitter Although the receiver included with your radio system is rated for all weather use, the transmitter is not. The transmitter should not be used in the rain or other wet environment to avoid damage to the sensitive electronics. • Clean dirt and debris off of your transmitter regularly to avoid the consequences of these getting into the sensitive electronics where they can cause short circuits and/or restrict motion of the internal steering and throttle mechanisms. • Ensure the antenna is kept in proper working order. The transmitter is not safe to use with a broken or missing antenna. 18 Receiver Although the receiver included with your radio system is rated for all weather use, it is recommended that you avoid submersion of the receiver, however running in puddles, rain, and snow is okay. CAUTION: ALTHOUGH THE ELECTRONICS ARE PROTECTED FROM THE WEATHER, THE CONNECTIONS ARE NOT. ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS WILL CORRODE WHEN EXPOSED TO MOISTURE WHEN IN USE AND IF LEFT IN A WET CONDITION. IT IS CRITICAL THAT YOU UNPLUG AND DRY ALL EXPOSED ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS AFTER EACH USE IN WET CONDITIONS TO AVOID DAMAGE TO YOUR EQUIPMENT. • To achieve full operating range with your radio system, it is critical that the receiver antenna be installed properly and undamaged. • Inspect any exposed antenna for cuts or abrasions. • Ensure there are no kinks in the antenna or antenna tube. • Never fold the end of the antenna over the tube, this will reduce the range and damage the antenna. • Ensure the antenna is not being pinched by the set screw that holds the antenna tube in place. Gears Periodically remove the gear cover to clearly inspect the gears and ensure there is no debris in the gear compartment. Proper gear mesh setting is crucial for proper operation and life of gears in your product. It is important to have the pinion gear (attached to motor) as close to the spur gear (attached to drive shaft) as possible yet while providing a minimal amount of backlash. Backlash is the rotation one gear has to make before contacting the other. Having the gear mesh set too tight will cause excess load on the electrical components and may cause premature failure. Having gear mesh set too loose will cause excess wear and possible skipping of teeth during operation thus causing excess wear and premature failure. Checking the gear mesh and setting proper backlash. 1. Remove the spur gear cover. 2. Check how much movement is allowed (backlash) of the spur gear before the pinion gear moves (this is mostly feel, not visual). Check this movement in multiple places by rotating the spur gear approximately 1/6 rotation and rechecking. 3. If the spur gear is allowed to move more than a very small amount, or if it there is no backlash, the gear mesh must be adjusted. If there is a lot of movement, it is recommended to attempt to tighten the mesh. Attempted adjustment should only improve the situation; if the mesh was correct to begin with, you will know what that feels like, and if it wasn’t correct, it will be when you are done after following these procedures. 19 Setting the Gear Mesh 1. Loosen the clamping screw securing the motor plate’s rotation in the motor mount, only enough to allow the motor to rotate in the mount. Check and ensure there is no debris in the gears affecting the mesh. 2. Rotate the top of the motor away from the center of the chassis, insert a strip of notebook paper between the pinion and spur gear, then rotate the motor plate back until there is no backlash. You will have to push/ twist relatively hard to ensure the paper is pressed all the way into the teeth. 3. Hold the motor snugly in position while retightening the screw. Only tighten the screw until the motor won’t move. There should be a slight gap between the coils of the spring. 4. Rotate the spur gear (turn the tires) to feed the paper out of the mesh, re-check the gear mesh and adjust again if necessary. 5. Re-install the spur gear cover when the mesh is properly set. WARNING: NEVER OPERATE YOUR VEHICLE WITH THE SPUR GEAR COVER REMOVED. SEVERE INJURY, DAMAGE TO ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS, AND EXCESSIVE WEAR AND TEAR ON DRIVETRAIN MAY RESULT. Shocks Periodically inspect the shocks for smooth motion, leaking oil and dirt residue build up around the shaft or caps. Do not allow dirt to build up around the shock shaft and bottom of the shock. Doing so will reduce the life of the shock and cause a shock to leak oil. Be sure to clean the shocks regularly with a clean and dry soft bristle brush and/or rag. CAUTION: NEVER USE SPRAY CLEANERS TO CLEAN YOUR SHOCKS, DOING SO CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE SEALS, CAUSING THEM TO LEAK MORE AND REDUCE THE LIEF AND PERFORMANCE OF YOUR SHOCKS. Signs to look out for determining if your shock needs to be maintained or rebuilt. • Oil around the shaft means the oil leaked from inside and needs to be replaced. • Persistent oil around the shock shaft or lower portion of the shock typically points to damaged O-rings which will need replacing. See your local hobby dealer for replacement parts. Refilling your shocks: 1. Remove shock from vehicle, remove spring and top cap. Remove the bleed screw from the cap. 2. With shock shaft extended, add oil to top of body (use only 100% silicone oil) and reinstall the shock cap. Be sure the o-ring stays “seated” and does not squeeze out. 20 Turn right to tighten and left to loosen Clamping Screw 3. Slowly compress the shock shaft 100% of travel using a towel or paper napkin to clean up overflowed oil, then reinstall the bleed screw. Do not over-tighten. 4. Check for free motion of shock. If the shock feels like it gets stiffer at the end of compression, there is too much oil or air. Compress the shaft and remove the bleed screw slowly to allow excess air/oil to come out, then reinstall the screw. 5. It is normal for the shock to rebound (with the spring removed) after full compression and release. Replacing the O-rings: • Disassemble shock and remove shock end and shaft from the body. • Carefully remove lower cap by unscrewing from the shock body. • Remove the O-ring and spacer and replace with genuine replacement parts. • Re-assemble the shock following the refilling instructions above. Tires and Wheels Inspect the tires to ensure they have adequate tread and they are properly glued to the wheels. The tires on your vehicle come pre-glued from the factory; however after running your vehicle it is possible for the glue to come loose in some areas. • To reattach the tire to the wheel, use hobby grade Cyanoacrylate (CA) glue and apply small amounts (one drop at a time) between the tire and wheel. Allow the glue to fully dry before operating your vehicle. • When reinstalling tires, use caution when tightening the nuts that secure the wheels to the vehicle. Ensure the wheels rotate freely but don’t wobble excessively. Over tightening the wheels may cause excess strain on the electrical and mechanical components of your vehicle. Operating your vehicle under these conditions will void your warranty. • Taking the above into consideration, leaving wheels too loose can cause them to strip. It is recommended to check that the wheel nuts are tight every time you run your vehicle. • Consequently running your vehicle will cause the tires to eventually wear out. Be sure to obtain and use genuine replacement parts from your local hobby dealer when necessary. General Wear and Tear Using your vehicle will cause general wear and tear which is not covered under warranty yet may necessitate replacement of components. Continued operation of your product with worn components may cause continued damage to other components. Be sure to regularly inspect your vehicle and accessories for excess wear and damaged components. 21 Storage and Disposal Storage • Always store all equipment in a cool dry place when not in use. • Always disconnect the batteries before storage. • Never store the transmitter or receiver in direct sunlight for extended periods of time. • Never store the transmitter with batteries installed for extended periods of time. Doing so may allow the batteries to leak and cause permanent damage to the transmitter. • Always disconnect electrical connections after use in wet environments. Allowing the contacts to dry will reduce corrosion. Disposal Your product is considered electronic waste and should never be discarded in standard garbage containers. Please visit your local hobby dealer (and some home improvement centers) and use the FREE battery disposal center for proper disposal/recycling. Consult your local city hall for information on recycling other electronic waste. Troubleshooting Problems Before contacting customer support, recall that this is a hobby grade product intended to be user serviceable. Please take the time to fully inspect your product for any obvious causes to the issues you are experiencing. Below are some of the most common issues experienced. Scan the QR code to the right with your smart phone for quick access to the product support content on our website. • Many control issues can be resolved by simply re-pairing the transmitter and receiver, always start here. • Dead transmitter or vehicle batteries will cause the product to malfunction and not work properly. As with TV remote controls in your home, if the batteries are dead, they don’t work. Start power related troubleshooting with fresh batteries in the transmitter and recharged batteries in the vehicle. • Power connections between the Battery, ESC and receiver are critical to the performance of the product. Running in various debris may cause foreign objects to snag on wires, causing connections to come loose. It is a good idea to unplug and reconnect motor and battery connections when beginning power related troubleshooting. Also inspect for any damage caused to the antenna. • Drivetrain issues can mask themselves as power related. Fully inspect the wheels, driveshafts, and motor for foreign objects that may have 22 become tangled or wrapped around the spinning parts of the drivetrain. Small objects like fishing line for example, can wrap around a drive shaft, overheat and melt due to the friction and cause the entire drivetrain to lock up. Although a big problem, it can be difficult to see when inspecting. Always remove the wheels from your vehicle when troubleshooting drivetrain related issues. • The drivetrain in your vehicle has a covered shaft to protect from debris. We encourage you to remove it and inspect under the cover to ensure that items have not been entangled around the shaft causing drag and possible failure. Inspect around the steering components to ensure no debris are preventing normal steering operation. • Steering can become sluggish once components get dirty or “take a set” after running. Inspect the rod ends of the turnbuckles to ensure they are properly aligned and not binding. You should be able to grab a turnbuckle with your fingers and rotate it easily. • Healthy gears are crucial to a properly functioning vehicle. If you hear your vehicle making very loud noises, you should immediately stop and check the gears for foreign debris. Even a small pebble can get lodged into the teeth of the pinion gear, which would practically destroy the spur gear in a very short period of time. 23 Appendix A: Troubleshooting Guide for the Reaktor Power System Problem / Symptom ESC will not set to transmitter After turning ON, the motor won’t work and no sound comes from motor Possible Cause Receiver and transmitter not bound Batteries dead in car or transmitter Transmitter is too close to vehicle Possible Solution Try re-pairing Unless using Futaba radio, set Th channel to Reverse Replace batteries Hold transmitter farther away from vehicle The connections between the battery and the ESC are not correct Check the power connections. Replace the connectors if they are worn or damaged Battery voltage too low, LVC active Charge or change batteries Turn off ESC and allow ESC and motor to cool before running again Change operating conditions to ones that are not as hard on the electronics, i.e. move from grass to asphalt. Throttle Channel not set to Reverse ESC over-temp protection active Car slowed down or stopped drastically during run Car doesn’t accelerate Reverse not working Motor only goes in reverse or goes in reverse when I pull trigger to go forward 24 ESC Over current protection active Ensure the proper punch mode is used Reverse mode has been disabled in ESC ESC was improperly set to transmitter EPA on transmitter has been turned down for reverse Throttle Channel not set to Reverse Reduce pinion gear size on the motor to reduce load on the ESC Change punch mode based on battery you are using Follow setup instructions to turn back on Re-set to transmitter, ensure Th channel is set to Reverse for non Futaba transmitters Adjust EPA’s to 100% and recalibrate ESC to transmitter Unless using Futaba radio, set Th channel to Reverse and reset ESC to transmitter Switch any two motor wires Motor connected to ESC improperly EPA on transmitter has been turned Adjust EPA’s to 100% and reset ESC to transmitter down for reverse Appendix B: Troubleshooting Guide Problem / Symptom Possible Cause Battery voltage too low Vehicle will not turn on Battery not connected Damaged battery Battery voltage too low Transmitter will not turn on Battery/ies installed improperly Damaged or improperly installed Short radio range (Vereceiver and antenna hicle stops responding to transmitter at short Receiver is malfunctioning distances) Battery voltage too low Trim not set properly Steering not respond- Screws too tight on steering parts ing as expected Fasteners have become loose Vehicle not responding as expected to transmitter Wheels twitch while vehicle is idle (controls at neutral) Steering will not trim straight, always has right or left bias Trims not set properly Radio system lost pair Bad electrical connections Transmitter too close to receiver (<1m) Receiver wire damaged Receiver antenna not installed in vertical position Binding in steering system Front wheels too tight Battery voltage too low Drivetrain has too much friction Gear mesh too tight Pinion gear is loose Vehicle top speed and acceleration is slow Broken Differential Drive pin missing ESC not set to transmitter Wheels not spinning freely Battery charge stops lasting as long as it used to Shocks and/or arms covered in oil Spur gears stripping Possible Solution Charge battery Re/connect battery Replace battery Charge or change batteries Correct installation Check receiver antenna for damage. Ensure antenna is properly installed in tube and mount, extending perpendicular from the ground. Ensure all connections are secure Replace receiver Replace or recharge batteries in transmitter and vehicle Adjust steering trim Adjust screws to allow for free motion Check and tighten all fasteners to as-new condition, be careful to not over tighten Adjust throttle and/or steering trim Re-pair radio system Check motor and battery plugs to ensure they are fully connected Increase distance between the units Inspect antenna for damage and replace if necessary Install in mount with care to not damage antenna wire Inspect and correct any binding components or loosen screws if over tight Check and adjust wheel nuts to ensure the wheels are not too tight Charge battery Check for debris/excessive wear on gears, inspect bearings Loosen gear mesh Check and tighten set screw on motor pinion Check differential and ensure the outdrives are secured and gears intact. You should not be able to pull them out Check for missing wheel pins (behind wheel hexes), or dogbone pins Follow ESC instructions to set to transmitter Wheels too tight Differentials stripped The battery has become old Check and adjust wheel nuts Check differentials and replace/repair if necessary Replace battery Charge for longer period of time or try a peak deBattery not charged completely due tection charger. We recommend the Radient Primal to insufficient charge time (RDNA0001) Gear mesh too tight Check and reset gear mesh setting Charger, battery, wires, or plug has Check all connections and wires for damage or excesmalfunctioned sive wear and replace if necessary Shock O-ring seals are worn Replace O-rings and refill shock with oil Top shock cap too loose or over Check tightness (finger tight), refill shock oil tightened Bottom shock cap dislodged Check installation, refill shock oil Gear mesh too loose Tighten gear mesh for proper backlash Fasteners loose or missing Check for loose fasteners and bad bearings. Pinion gear too worn out Replace pinion gear 25 Appendix C: Differential Exploded Views 26 Appendix D: Shock Exploded Views HLNS1062 FRONT SHOCK HLNS1073 HLNS1163 bhcs, M2x4mm HLNS1071 o-ring, 7x1.0mm HLNS1072 HLNS1073 HLNS1063 REAR SHOCK HLNS1073 HLNS1163 bhcs, M2x4mm HLNS1071 o-ring, 7x1.0mm HLNS1072 HLNS1073 HLNS1075 HLNS1076 HLNS1113 HLNS1114 HLNS1073 HLNS1071 o-ring, 3x1.9mm HLNS1071 o-ring, 7x1.0mm HLNS1073 HLNS1071 o-ring, 12x1.5mm HLNS1113 HLNS1073 HLNS1071 o-ring, 3x1.9mm HLNS1071 o-ring, 7x1.0mm HLNS1073 HLNS1071 o-ring, 12x1.5mm HLNS1114 HLNS1090 HLNS1095 HLNS1073 HLNS1073 HLNS1073 HLNS1073 27 Appendix E: Front Suspension Removal 28 bhcs, M3x8mm HLNS1164 HLNS1049 fhcs, M4x8mm HLNS1157 HLNS1026 HLNS1002 HLNS1167 M3X12mm HLNS1160 bhcs, M2.5x4mm HLNS1162 HLNS1023 HLNS1021 HLNS1006 HLNS1043 HLNS1047 HLNS0174 ball bearing, 10x15x4mm HLNS1033 flanged locknut, M4X0.7 HLNS1156 HLNS1164 M3X3mm HLNS1159 bhcs, M3x8mm M3X20mm , HLNS1161 HLNS1102 bhcs, M3x8mm HLNS1164 M3X3mm HLNS1159 HLNS1030 HLNS1043 HLNS1021 HLNS1068 fhcs, M4x8mm HLNS1157 HLNS1041 HLNS1041 bhcs, M3x8mm HLNS1164 HLNS1061 HLNS1164 HLNS1038 HLNS1058 M3X12mm HLNS1160 HLNS1025 HLNS1023 HLNS1073 flanged, M3X0.5mm HLNS1168 bhcs, M3x16mm HLNS1166 bhcs, M3x8mm HLNS1164 bhcs, M3x8mm HLNS1006 HLNS1021 M3X0.5mm HLNS1015 HLNS1045 HLNS1045 bhcs, M3x8mm HLNS1164 bhcs, M3x10mm HLNS1165 HLNS1014 HLNS1039 HLNS1078 HLNS1100 Appendix F: Front Suspension Exploded View 29 Appendix G: Rear Suspension Removal View 30 HLNS1040 bhcs, M3x8mm HLNS1164 M3x0.5x3mm HLNS1159 bhcs, M3x8mm HLNS1164 M3x20mm HLNS1161 HLNS1002 fhcs, M4x8mm HLNS1157 M3x0.5x3mm HLNS1159 HLNS1060 M3X.05 bhcs, M3x8mm HLNS1164 HLNS1006 HLNS1038 HLNS1015 HLNS1045 bhcs, M2.5x4mm HLNS1162 HLNS1023 HLNS1006 pinion gear, M0.8, 15T HLNS1009 5x7x0.25mm HLNS1048 HLNS1058 HLNS1156 flanged locknut, M4x0.7mm HLNS1030 HLNS1005 HLNS1022 HLNS1048 HLNS1024 fhcs, M4x8mm ball bearing, 10x15x4mm HLNS1066 HLNS1157 bhcs, M3x8mm HLNS1164 HLNS1049 HLNS1026 HLNS1102 HLNS1174 bhcs, M3x10mm HLNS1165 HLNS1024 HLNS1021 bhcs, M3x8mm HLNS1164 FHCS, M2.5X0.4MM HLNS1158 ball bearing, 5x10x4mm HLNS1176 HLNS1034 HLNS1071 M4X0.7X4mm HLNS1155 HLNS1029 HLNS1169 HLNS1023 HLNS1073 flanged, M3x0.5 HLNS1168 HLNS1021 bhcs, M3x16mm HLNS1166 bhcs, M3x8mm HLNS1164 HLNS1078 HLNS1100 ball bearing, 5x10x4mm HLNS1176 HLNS1039 HLNS1029 HLNS1029 HLNS1070 M3X12 HLNS1160 HLNS1167 HLNS1025 HLNS1045 bhcs, M3x8mm HLNS1164 bhcs, M3x10mm HLNS1165 HLNS1013 Appendix H: Rear Suspension Exploded View 31 32 HLNS1167 HLNS1019 HLNS1016 HLNS1032 HLNS1177 HLNS0169 KNNS0008 bhcs, M3x8mm HLNS1022 HLNS1050 HLNS1079 HLNS1032 HLNS1021 HLNS1050 bhcs, M3x8mm HLNS1164 RDNA0197 HLNS1164 RDNA0055 HLNS1035 HLNS1023 HLNS1021 HLNS1057 bhcs, M3x6mm HLNS0154 bhcs, M3x8mm HLNS1164 HLNS1046 HLNS1042 HLNS1052 RDNA0057 HLNS1056 bhcs, M3x6mm HLNS1154 bhcs, M3x8mm HLNS1164 HLNS1004 HLNS1074 bhcs, M3x16mm HLNS1166 HLNS1164 bhcs, M3x8mm HLNS1042 bhcs, M3x8mm HLNS1164 M3x0.5x12mm, HLNS1160 HLNS1023 HLNS1003 HLNS1012 M3x0.5x3mm HLNS1159 HLNS1036 bhcs, M3x8mm HLNS1164 Appendix I: Main Chassis Exploded View Appendix J: Spare Parts List HLNS1001 Four 10SC, 4wd Brushless Short Course Truck HLNS1002 Bulkhead, Aluminum (2) (410SC) HLNS1003 Motor Mount (410SC) HLNS1004 Motor Mount Cam (410SC) HLNS1005 Steering Spindle, L-R (410SC) HLNS1006 Hinge Pin Set (410SC) HLNS1008 Ring Gear, 43T (410SC) HLNS1009 Pinion Gear, Bevel, 15T (410SC) HLNS1010 Gear Set and Pins, Internal Differential (410SC) HLNS1011 Seal Kit, Differential (410SC) HLNS1012 Pinion Gear, 32P, 15T x 0.125” (410SC) HLNS1013 Shock Tower, Front (410SC) HLNS1014 Shock Tower, Rear (410SC) HLNS1015 Arm Holders (2) (410SC) HLNS1016 Spring and Seat, Servo Saver (410SC) HLNS1019 Link, Steering (410SC) HLNS1020 Ball Stud, Pinned 4.8mm, Steering (410SC) HLNS1021 Ball Stud, 4.8mm (410SC) HLNS1023 Pivot Ball, 2.5mm Broached, M3, 5.8mm (410SC) HLNS1024 King Pin Set (410SC) HLNS1025 Ball Post, Bulkhead (410SC) HLNS1026 Chassis Post, Lower (410SC) HLNS1027 Shaft, Center (410SC) HLNS1028 Shaft, Output, Diff (410SC) HLNS1029 Driveshaft Set, Center, Front (410SC) HLNS1030 Wheel Hex, 12mm (410SC) HLNS1031 Turnbuckles, M3x58mm (2) (410SC) HLNS1032 Steering Post Set (410SC) HLNS1033 Screw Pin, Diff Outdrive (410SC) HLNS1034 Outdrive, Center (410SC) HLNS1035 Chassis (410SC) HLNS1036 Gear Cover, Pinion (410SC) HLNS1037 Ball Cup Set (410SC) HLNS1038 Arm Bushing (410SC) HLNS1039 Body Mount Set, F-R (410SC) 33 34 HLNS1040 Bumper Set, Front (410SC) HLNS1041 Bumper Set, Rear (410SC) HLNS1042 Bumper Set, Side (410SC) HLNS1043 Hub Carrier Set, Rear (410SC) HLNS1044 Differential Case, F-R-C (410SC) HLNS1045 Differential Housing (410SC) HLNS1046 Servo Mounts (410SC) HLNS1047 Suspension Arm Set, F-R (410SC) HLNS1048 Spindle Carrier, L-R (410SC) HLNS1049 Lower Kick Plates, F-R (410SC) HLNS1050 Steering Bellcranks (410SC) HLNS1051 Dust Cover, Black (410SC) HLNS1052 Battery Straps, 2S (410SC) HLNS1053 Turnbuckles, M3x53mm (410SC) HLNS1054 Spur Gear, Center Differential, 32P, 52T (410SC) HLNS1055 Spur Gear Adapter, Center Differential (410SC) HLNS1056 Center Shaft Cover (410SC) HLNS1057 Servo Horn, 25T (410SC) HLNS1058 Telescoping Universal Driveshaft Set (410SC) HLNS1059 Tie Rod Set, Bulkhead, F-R (410SC) HLNS1060 Swaybar Set, Front (410SC) HLNS1061 Swaybar Set, Rear (410SC) HLNS1062 Shock Set, Front (410SC) HLNS1063 Shock Set, Rear (410SC) HLNS1064 Differential, Center, Complete (410SC) HLNS1065 Differential, Front-Rear, Complete (410SC) HLNS1066 Tierod Set, Front Camber, 58mm (410SC) HLNS1067 Tierod Set, Steering, 58mm (410SC) HLNS1068 Tierod Set, Rear Camber, 53mm (410SC) HLNS1069 Decal Sheet (410SC) HLNS1070 Shims, 5x7x0.25mm (10) HLNS1071 O-rings, Shock (410SC) HLNS1072 E-clips, 2.5mm (410SC) HLNS1073 Shock Plastic Rebuild Kit (410SC) HLNS1074 Motor Mount Cam Spring Kit (410SC) HLNS1075 Shock Shafts, Front, 39mm (2) (410SC) HLNS1076 Shock Shafts, Rear, 45mm (2) (410SC) HLNS1077 Cross Pins, Differential (410SC) HLNS1078 Body Clips (410SC) HLNS1079 Tierod Assembly, Servo Link (410SC) HLNS1090 Spring, Shock, Front, White (410SC) HLNS1095 Spring, Shock, Rear, White (410SC) HLNS1098 Wheels, Black, 12mm Hex (410SC) HLNS1100 Body Posts (410SC) HLNS1101 Tires and Foam Inserts (410SC) HLNS1102 Tires and Wheels, Assembled, Black (410SC) HLNS1104 Battery Straps, XL 3S (410SC) HLNS1105 Center Front Shaft Assembly (410SC) HLNS1106 Body, Lava, Pre-mounted (410SC) HLNS1108 Body, Cobalt, Pre-mounted (410SC) HLNS1111 Center Differential Forward Output Shaft (410SC) HLNS1112 Center Differential Rear Output Shaft (410SC) HLNS1113 Shock Bodies, Front and Adjustment Nuts (410SC) HLNS1114 Shock Bodies, Rear and Adjustment Nuts (410SC) HLNS1154 Button Head Cap Screws (BHCS) M3x6mm (10) HLNS1156 Flanged Locknuts, Serrated, M4x0.7mm (10) HLNS1157 Flat Head Cap Screws (FHCS) M4x8mm (10) HLNS1158 Flat Head Cap Screws (FHCS) M2.5x8mm (10) HLNS1159 Socket Head Set Screws (SHSS) M3x3mm (10) HLNS1160 Socket Head Set Screws (SHSS) M3x12mm (10) HLNS1161 Socket Head Set Screws (SHSS) M3x20mm (10) HLNS1162 Button Head Cap Screws (BHCS) M2.5x4mm (10) HLNS1163 Button Head Cap Screws (BHCS) M2x4mm (10) HLNS1164 Button Head Cap Screws (BHCS) M3x8mm (10) HLNS1165 Button Head Cap Screws (BHCS) M3x10mm (10) HLNS1166 Button Head Cap Screws (BHCS) M3x16mm (10) HLNS1167 Nylon Locknuts M3 (10) HLNS1168 Flanged Serrated Locknuts M3 (10) HLNS1169 E-clips, 4.5mm (410SC) HLNS1170 Shims, 5x10x0.3mm (10) HLNS1171 Solid Pin, 3x10mm (10) HLNS1172 Solid Pin, 2x10mm (10) 35 HLNS1173 Solid Pin, 1.5x8mm (10) HLNS1174 Ball Bearings, Rubber Sealed 10x15x4mm (4) HLNS1175 Ball Bearings, Rubber Sealed 8x12x3.5mm (4) HLNS1176 Ball Bearings, Rubber Sealed 5x10x4mm (4) HLNS1177 Ball Bearings, Rubber Sealed 5x8x2.5mm (4) HLNS1178 Quick-Start Guide, Four 10SC HLNS1179 Owner’s Manual, Four 10SC KNNS0001 ET4 4Ch 2.4GHz Xenon (Xe) AW Radio System KNNS0008 4Ch 2.4GHz Xenon (Xe) Receiver, AW KNNS0012 Battery Holder, 4xAA KNNS0013 ET4 Grips, S-M-L, Black KNNS0014 ET4 Model Decal Set KNNS0015 Wall Charger KNNS0016 ET4 Quick Start Guide KNNS0017 ET4 Owner’s Manual KNNS0018 Battery Pack, 5-Cell NiMH AA, RX KNNS0019 ET4 Grips, S-M-L, Blue KNNS0020 ET4 Grips, S-M-L, White RDNA0055 Reaktor Brushless ESC NS-60A WP-TSP RDNA0057 Reaktor BL Motor NS 3500kV 4-Pole, TSP RDNA0060 Reaktor BL Combo, NS-60A, 3500kV, TSP RDNA0174 Fan Kit, Reaktor 50, 60T Optional Parts 36 HLNS1080 Metal Universal Driveshaft Set, 77mm (410SC) HLNS1081 Outdrive Cup Set, F-R (410SC) HLNS1082 Aluminum Suspension Arm Set, L-R (410SC) HLNS1083 Shock Set, Big Bore, Front (410SC) HLNS1084 Shock Set, Big Bore, Rear (410SC) HLNS1085 Aluminum Bulkhead Set, 2-Piece (410SC) HLNS1088 Spring, Shock, Front, Ultra Soft (410SC) HLNS1089 Spring, Shock, Front, Soft (410SC) HLNS1091 Spring, Shock, Front, Hard (410SC) HLNS1092 Spring, Shock, Front, Ultra Hard (410SC) HLNS1093 Spring, Shock, Rear, Ultra Soft (410SC) HLNS1094 Spring, Shock, Rear, Soft (410SC) HLNS1096 Spring, Shock, Rear, Hard (410SC) HLNS1097 Spring, Shock, Rear, Ultra Hard (410SC) HLNS1099 Wheels, Black Chrome, 12mm Hex (410SC) HLNS1103 Tires and Wheels, Assembled, Black Chrome (410SC) HLNS1107 Body, Emerald, Pre-mounted (410SC) HLNS1109 Body, Clear (410SC) Accessories RDNA0044 Ascend LCD Multi-Chem 6A Charger (US) RDNA0045 Ascend LCD Multi-Chem 6A Charger (UK) RDNA0046 Ascend LCD Multi-Chem 6A Charger (EU) RDNA0098 Superpax Battery, SC 8.4V 7-Cell 3000mAh NiMH, 6-1 Hump, HCT RDNA0100 Superpax Battery, SC 8.4V 7-Cell 4200mAh NiMH, 6-1 Stick, HCT RDNA0101 Superpax Battery, SC 8.4V 7-Cell 4200mAh NiMH, 6-1 Hump, HCT RDNA0103 Superpax Battery, SC 8.4V 7-Cell 5000mAh NiMH, 6-1 Stick, HCT RDNA0104 Superpax Battery, SC 8.4V 7-Cell 5000mAh NiMH, 6-1 Hump, HCT RDNA0105 Superpax Battery, SC 9.6V 8-Cell 5000mAh NiMH, 6-2 Hump, HCT RDNA0110 Silicone Shock Fluid, 10wt, 100cSt RDNA0111 Silicone Shock Fluid, 15wt, 150cSt RDNA0112 Silicone Shock Fluid, 17.5wt, 175cSt RDNA0113 Silicone Shock Fluid, 20wt, 200cSt RDNA0114 Silicone Shock Fluid, 22.5wt, 238cSt RDNA0115 Silicone Shock Fluid, 25wt, 275cSt RDNA0116 Silicone Shock Fluid, 27.5wt, 313cSt RDNA0117 Silicone Shock Fluid, 30wt, 350cSt RDNA0118 Silicone Shock Fluid, 32.5wt, 388cSt RDNA0119 Silicone Shock Fluid, 35wt, 425cSt RDNA0120 Silicone Shock Fluid, 37.5wt, 463cSt RDNA0121 Silicone Shock Fluid, 40wt, 500cSt RDNA0122 Silicone Shock Fluid, 42.5wt, 538cSt RDNA0123 Silicone Shock Fluid, 45wt, 575cSt RDNA0124 Silicone Shock Fluid, 47.5wt, 613cSt RDNA0125 Silicone Shock Fluid, 50wt, 650cSt RDNA0126 Silicone Shock Fluid, 60wt, 800cSt RDNA0127 Silicone Shock Fluid, 70wt, 900cSt RDNA0128 Silicone Shock Fluid, 80wt, 1000cSt 37 38 RDNA0131 Superpax Battery, SC 9.6V 8-C 3000mAh NiMH, 6-2 Hump, HCT RDNA0132 Superpax Battery, SC 9.6V 8-C 4200mAh NiMH, 6-2 Hump, HCT RDNA0309 Pinion Gear, 32P, Steel 9T RDNA0310 Pinion Gear, 32P, Steel 10T RDNA0311 Pinion Gear, 32P, Steel 11T RDNA0312 Pinion Gear, 32P, Steel 12T RDNA0313 Pinion Gear, 32P, Steel 13T RDNA0314 Pinion Gear, 32P, Steel 14T RDNA0315 Pinion Gear, 32P, Steel 15T RDNA0316 Pinion Gear, 32P, Steel 16T RDNA0317 Pinion Gear, 32P, Steel 17T RDNA0318 Pinion Gear, 32P, Steel 18T RDNA0319 Pinion Gear, 32P, Steel 19T RDNA0320 Pinion Gear, 32P, Steel 20T RDNA0321 Pinion Gear, 32P, Steel 21T RDNA0322 Pinion Gear, 32P, Steel 22T RDNA0323 Pinion Gear, 32P, Steel 23T RDNA0340 Charge Adapter Squid, 11-Way RDNA0370 Ascert 80W LCD Charger, US RDNA0371 Ascert 80W LCD Charger, UK RDNA0372 Ascert 80W LCD Charger, EU RDNA0373 Ascert 80W LCD Charger, AU HobbyTown Warranty Information 30 DAY LIMITED WARRANTY General Disclaimer: This item is to be free of manufacture defects at time of purchase. This warranty does not cover breakage due to abuse, improper break-in, improper setup, or improper operation. We at Helion RC have made every effort in component design, material selection and assembly to make our products as durable as possible. Helion products are covered under warranty only against manufacturer’s defect in materials, workmanship or assembly when it is new (before being used). If you believe a defect in materials, workmanship or assembly was not apparent when the product was new and only became evident after the product was used, then please contact your local HobbyTown® to apply for warranty service. You must provide your original sales receipt verifying the proof-of purchase and date thereof. Provided warranty conditions have been met, the components that are found to be defective, incorrectly made, or incorrectly assembled within the warranty coverage time period may be repaired or replaced under the sole discretion of HobbyTown®. In the event that your product needs a repair or a replacement part that is not covered by this warranty, your local HobbyTown® dealer can assist you with obtaining the genuine replacement parts and/or accessories to service your Helion RC product. If you purchased your Helion RC product from a HobbyTown® internet site not affiliated with a local store, please consult that site for its service policies. JPerkins Distribution Warranty Information Guarantee This product is covered by the current statutory guarantee regulations. If you wish to make a warranty claim, please contact the model shop where you originally purchased the product from. You should also present your proof of purchase. • The guarantee does not cover faults or damage caused by: • Incorrect handling or operation • The use of incompatible accessories • Modification or unauthorised repairs • Accidental or deliberate damage • Normal wear and tear • Using the product outside of its stated specification Firelands Group LLC accepts no liability for loss, damage or costs which are incurred due to the incorrect or incompetent use of the product. 39 Model Engines Warranty Information HELION RC 60 DAY WARRANTY Model Engines (Aust.) Pty. Ltd. warrants this product to be free from defects in materials or workmanship for 60 days from the date of purchase and will repair, replace or refund the purchase should the product prove to be defective. This warranty does not apply to any unit or system or component which has been dropped, damaged in a crash, improperly installed, assembled, handled or abused. Model Engines (Aust.) Pty. Ltd. reserves the right to void the warranty if the product has been altered or modified, has had a foreign part added, has been misused or not used for the purpose for which it was designed, has been used near or in salt water, has been water damaged, or if the damage has been caused by the customer’s use of the product. Under no circumstances does Model Engines (Aust.) Pty. Ltd. warrant nor will the consumer be entitled to consequential or incidental damages. Model Engines (Aust.) Pty. Ltd. assumes no responsibility for any other damage, inconvenience or other claims whatsoever. LODGING A CLAIM To lodge a claim, present the goods to your place of purchase (retailer where you bought the product) with your original purchase receipt and a written explanation of the defect. The place of purchase (retailer where you bought the product) will then contact Model Engines (Aust.) Pty. Ltd. for a Return Authority number and will return the item for warranty assessment to Model Engines (Aust.) Pty. Ltd.. Items delivered to Model Engines (Aust.) Pty. Ltd. for warranty assessment without a Return Authority number will be returned to sender. The warranty process may take up to 14 business days from the date of receipt. Model Engines (Aust.) Pty. Ltd. must assess each item and if warranty applies must repair or replace the item at its discretion and return it to the place of purchase (retailer where you bought the product). Goods presented for warranty may be replaced by refurbished goods of the same type rather than being repaired. Refurbished parts may be used to repair the goods. If the product is proved to be defective the cost and expenses relating to the delivery of the goods to Model Engines (Aust.) Pty. Ltd., will be borne by Model Engines (Aust.) Pty. Ltd.. The benefits of this warranty are in addition to other rights and remedies of the customer under any law to which this warranty relates. Our goods come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian consumer Law. You are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure and for compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You are also entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if 40 the goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to a major failure. Model Engines (Aust.) Pty. Ltd., Unit 1, 158-168 Browns Road, Noble Park, Victoria, 3174, Australia. www.modelengines.com.au Ph (03) 8793 5555 warranties@modelengines. com.au This warranty information relates to goods supplied on a wholesale basis by Model Engines (Aust.) Pty. Ltd. to Australian Retailers. The warranty complies with Australian regulatory requirements and supersedes all warranty information from the original manufacturer. Declaration of Conformity CE Conformity Declaration This device has been tested in accordance with the relevant harmonised European directives. This product’s design fulfils the protective aims of the European Community relating to the safe operation of this equipment. For a copy of the Declaration of Conformity, please visit: www.ikonnik-rc.com/support Disposal Electrical equipment marked with the crossed out wheelie bin symbol must not be disposed of in household waste, but must be taken to a specialist disposal or recycling system. In EU member countries, electrical equipment must not be discarded via the normal domestic refuse channels (WEEE - Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive 2002/96/EG). You should take unwanted electrical equipment to your nearest local authority waste collection point or recycling centre. Distributed in the UK by: J Perkins Distribution Ltd, Lenham, Kent, UK ME17 2DL. www.jperkins.com 41 Scan this QR code with your smartphone for more information www. Helion-RC.com 000567-001 (REV C)
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