® RUCKUS ® ECX03009 | ECX03009AU | ECX03009I INSTRUCTION MANUAL BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG MANUEL D’UTILISATION MANUALE DI ISTRUZIONI BRUSHLESS 1/10 ELECTRIC MONSTER TRUCK Congratulations on your purchase of the ECX® Ruckus® Brushless Monster Truck. This 1/10-scale model introduces you to the sport of RC driving. Herzlichen Glückwunsch zum Kauf des ECX Ruckus Brushless Monster Truck. Dieses 1/10 Scale Model öffnet Ihnen die Welt des RC Car Sports. Nous vous félicitons pour l’achat du ECX Ruckus Brushless Monster Truck. Ce modèle 1/10 vous initie à la conduite RC. Congratulazioni per l’acquisto di questo Ruckus Brushless Monster Truck ECX. Questa vettura in scala 1/10 vi introdurrà nel mondo dei modelli RC. EN NOTICE All instructions, warranties and other collateral documents are subject to change at the sole discretion of Horizon Hobby, Inc. For up-to-date product literature, visit http://www.horizonhobby.com and click on the support tab for this product. Meaning of Special Language: The following terms are used throughout the product literature to indicate various levels of potential harm when operating this product: NOTICE: Procedures, which if not properly followed, create a possibility of physical property damage AND little or no possibility of injury. CAUTION: Procedures, which if not properly followed, create the probability of physical property damage AND a possibility of serious injury. WARNING: Procedures, which if not properly followed, create the probability of property damage, collateral damage, and serious injury OR create a high probability of superﬁcial injury. WARNING: Read the ENTIRE instruction manual to become familiar with the features of the product before operating. Failure to operate the product correctly can result in damage to the product, personal property and cause serious injury. This is a sophisticated hobby product and NOT a toy. It must be operated with caution and common sense and requires some basic mechanical ability. Failure to operate this Product in a safe and responsible manner could result in injury or damage to the product or other property. This product is not intended for use by children without direct adult supervision. Do not use with incompatible components or alter this product in any way outside of the instructions provided by Horizon Hobby, Inc. This manual contains instructions for safety, operation and maintenance. It is essential to read and follow all the instructions and warnings in the manual, prior to assembly, setup or use, in order to operate correctly and avoid damage or serious injury. Age Recommendation: Not for children under 14 years. This is not a toy. Safety Precautions and Warnings As the user of this product, you are solely responsible for operating in a manner that does not endanger yourself and others or result in damage to the product or property of others. This model is controlled by a radio signal subject to interference from many sources outside your control. This interference can cause momentary loss of control, so it is advisable to always keep a safe distance in all directions around your model as this margin will help avoid collisions or injury. • Never operate your model with low transmitter batteries. • Always operate your model in open spaces away from full-size vehicles, traffic and people. • Never operate the model in the street or in populated areas for any reason. • Carefully follow the directions and warnings for this and any optional support equipment (chargers, rechargeable battery packs, etc.) you use. • Keep all chemicals, small parts and anything electrical out of the reach of children. • Never lick or place any portion of the model in your mouth as it could cause serious injury or even death. • Exercise caution when using tools and sharp instruments. • Take care during maintenance as some parts may have sharp edges. • Immediately after using your model, do NOT touch equipment such as the motor, electronic speed control and battery, because they generate high temperatures. You may burn yourself seriously touching them. • Do not put fingers or any objects inside rotating and moving parts, as this may cause damage or serious injury. • Always turn on your transmitter before you turn on the receiver in the car. Always turn off the receiver before turning your transmitter off. • Keep the wheels of the model off the ground when checking the operation of the radio equipment. TABLE OF CONTENTS Safety Precautions and Warnings ....................................2 Water-Resistant Vehicle with Waterproof Electronics .......................................3 Speciﬁcations ................................................................3 Components ....................................................................4 Vehicle Preparations ....................................................4 Charging the Vehicle Battery ............................................4 Initial Charge .....................................................................4 Charging Warnings ...........................................................4 Installing Transmitter Batteries ........................................5 Transmitter Battery Safety Precautions ............................5 Removing the Vehicle Body ..............................................5 Installing the Battery in the Vehicle .................................5 Transmitter controls ..........................................................6 RF Mode ............................................................................6 Getting Started..................................................................7 Installing the Vehicle Body ...............................................7 2 RUCKUS BRUSHLESS Operation.........................................................................8 When you are Finished .................................................8 Motor Care ......................................................................8 Maintenance ..................................................................9 Setting the Gear Mesh......................................................9 Electronic Speed Control (ESC) .........................................9 Electrical Diagram .............................................................10 Shock Cleaning..................................................................11 Fasteners ...........................................................................11 Binding ..............................................................................12 Troubleshooting Guide ......................................................12 Limited Warranty ...........................................................13 Contact Information ..........................................................13 FCC Information..............................................................14 IC Information .................................................................14 Compliance Information for the European Union ....14 Parts Diagrams...............................................................56 Parts Lists ..........................................................................58 EN WATER-RESISTANT VEHICLE WITH WATERPROOF ELECTRONICS Your new Horizon Hobby vehicle has been designed and built with a combination of waterproof and water-resistant components to allow you to operate the product in many “wet conditions,” including puddles, creeks, wet grass, snow and even rain. While the entire vehicle is highly water-resistant, it is not completely waterproof and your vehicle should NOT be treated like a submarine. The various electronic components used in the vehicle, such as the Electronic Speed Control (ESC) and servo(s) are waterproof, however, most of the mechanical components are water-resistant and should not be submerged. Metal parts, including the bearings, hinge pins, screws and nuts, as well as the contacts in the electrical cables, will be susceptible to corrosion if additional maintenance is not performed after running in wet conditions. To maximize the long-term performance of your vehicle and to keep the warranty intact, the procedures described in the “Wet Conditions Maintenance” section below must be performed regularly if you choose to run in wet conditions. If you are not willing to perform the additional care and maintenance required, then you should not operate the vehicle in those conditions. • Even minimal water contact can reduce the life of your motor if it has not been certified as water-resistant or waterproof. If the motor becomes excessively wet, apply very light throttle until the water is mostly removed from the motor. Running a wet motor at high speeds may rapidly damage the motor. • Driving in wet conditions can reduce the life of the motor. The additional resistance of operating in water causes excess strain. Alter the gear ratio by using a smaller pinion or larger spur gear. This will increase torque (and motor life) when running in mud, deeper puddles, or any wet conditions that will increase the load on the motor for an extended period of time. CAUTION: Failure to exercise caution while using this product and complying with the following precautions could result in product malfunction and/or void the warranty. • Use an air compressor or a can of compressed air to dry the vehicle and help remove any water that may have gotten into small crevices or corners. • Spray the bearings, drive train, fasteners and other metal parts with WD-40® solvent or any other water-displacing light oil. Do not spray the motor. • Let the vehicle air dry before you store it. Water (and oil) may continue to drip for a few hours. • Increase the frequency of disassembly, inspection and lubrication of the following: • Front and rear axle hub assembly bearings. • All transmission cases, gears and differentials. • Motor—clean with an aerosol motor. General Precautions • Read through the wet conditions maintenance procedures and make sure that you have all the tools you will need to properly maintain your vehicle. • Not all batteries can be used in wet conditions. Consult the battery manufacturer before use. Do not use Li-Po batteries in wet conditions. • The included transmitter is not waterproof or water-resistant. If using a different transmitter than the one included, consult your transmitter's manual or the manufacturer before operation. • Never operate your transmitter or vehicle where lightning may be present. • Do not operate your vehicle where it could come in contact with salt water (ocean water or water on salt-covered roads), contaminated or polluted water. Salt water is very conductive and highly corrosive, so use caution. Wet Conditions Maintenance • Remove the battery pack(s) and dry the contacts. If you have an air compressor or a can of compressed air, blow out any water that may be inside the recessed connector housing. • Remove the tires/wheels from the vehicle and gently rinse the mud and dirt off with a garden hose. Avoid rinsing the bearings and transmission. NOTICE: Never use a pressure washer to clean your vehicle. SPECIFICATIONS Transmitter Frequency Modulation Battery 2.4GHz DSM, DSM2, Marine AA x 4 Servo Power Supply Output Torque Operating Speed Size 4.8V~6V (shared with receiver) 41.66 oz (3 kg-cm) 0.23sec/60 degrees of travel 55.6 x 18 x 30mm Electronic Speed Control (ESC) Input Voltage Electric Capacity (FET) Electric Capacity (FET) PWM Frequency BEC Voltage Size Weight 4.8–8.4V Forward 45 A/290 A Reverse 15 A/150 A 1kHz 6 V/3 A 48 x 35.2 x 35.2mm 74 g RUCKUS BRUSHLESS 3 EN COMPONENTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. ECX Ruckus 1/10-scale Monster Truck Spektrum™ DX2E Transmitter AA (4) Batteries DYN4113 2A Peak Battery Charger Dynamite® Speedpack™ 8.4V Ni-MH battery (DYN1072EC) ® ® 3 4 1 2 5 VEHICLE PREPARATIONS CHARGING THE VEHICLE BATTERY 1. Connect the AC power cord to the power slot on the charger, then connect the other end of the power cord to an AC power source. 2. The Power LED and Charging LED will turn GREEN when the charger is connected to the AC power source. 3. Connect the battery pack connector to the charge connector. 4. Press the On/Off button to charge the battery. The Charging LED turns RED. 5. When the battery pack is fully charged, the Charging LED will turn GREEN. 6. Press the On/Off button to stop charging. Disconnect the battery pack connector from the charge connector. CAUTION: If at any time during the charge process the battery pack(s) becomes hot to the touch, unplug the battery immediately and discontinue the charge process. The vehicle battery charger produces 2000 milliAmps (2 Amps) per hour. Divide the mAh capacity on the label of a battery by 2000 to know how long battery charging will require. For example, a fully discharged 1800mAh battery requires 0.9 hours (54 minutes) to charge. INITIAL CHARGE Your Dynamite peak voltage detection charger includes safety circuitry and programming allowing the charger to stop charging after 15 minutes, if it senses any issues that have come up in charging. The high electrical resistance commonly found in new, unconditioned, Ni-MH batteries can cause this safety circuit to activate turning the charger off before a full charging cycle is complete. This is commonly known as a “false peak” in your battery charge. Should this occur during your ﬁrst charge cycle, it does not necessarily indicate a failure of either your charger or battery. Instead it shows that the charger is functioning properly and that the battery is not yet fully conditioned. To complete your ﬁrst full charging cycle in the event of a false peak, restart the charger by pressing the Start button again. Repeat this process until the charge cycle continues to charge past 15 minutes. 4 RUCKUS BRUSHLESS It may take as many as 2 to 4 restarts to complete your ﬁrst one or two full charge cycles. Once your charger completes a charge cycle longer than 15 minutes your battery will be fully charged. A typical ﬁrst full-charge cycle should run for 45 to 90 minutes, depending on the self-discharge condition of the battery since it was shipped from the factory. Once your battery is properly conditioned through a few full charge and discharge cycles, you will see normal operation of the charger by a single press of the start button, followed by a 60 to 90 minute charge cycle. CHARGING WARNINGS WARNING: Failure to exercise caution while using this product and comply with the following warnings could result in product malfunction, electrical issues, excessive heat, FIRE, and ultimately injury and property damage. • Read all safety precautions and literature prior to use of this product. • Never leave the battery and charger unattended during use. • Never allow children under 14 years of age to charge battery packs. • Never attempt to charge dead or damaged batteries. • Never charge a battery if the cable has been pinched or shorted. • Never allow batteries or charger to come into contact with moisture at any time. • Never charge batteries in extremely hot or cold places (recommended between 50–80°F (10–26°C)) or place in direct sunlight. • Always use only Ni-MH rechargeable batteries. This charger cannot charge batteries such as “heavy duty”, “alkaline”, “mercury” or “lithium” battery. • Always connect to the charger correctly. • Always disconnect the battery and charger after charging and let them cool between charges. • Always inspect the battery before charging. • Always terminate all processes and contact Horizon Hobby if the product malfunctions. • Always make sure you know the specifications of the battery to be charged or discharged to ensure it meets the requirements of this charger. • Always constantly monitor the temperature of the battery pack while charging. • Always end the charging process if the charger or battery becomes hot to the touch or starts to change form during the charge process. • Always charge in a well ventilated area. EN INSTALLING TRANSMITTER BATTERIES We recommend using only alkaline AA batteries in the transmitter, however, it is possible to use rechargeable NiMH batteries. CAUTION: If using rechargeable batteries, charge only rechargeable batteries. Charging non-rechargeable batteries may cause the batteries to burst, resulting in injury to persons and/or damage to property. 1. Slide the panel open on the bottom of the transmitter. 2. Obey the battery plus (+) and minus (-) diagram in the transmitter to install 4 AA batteries. 3. Slide the panel closed. TRANSMITTER BATTERY SAFETY PRECAUTIONS • Never install damaged batteries. • Never install batteries of mixed types or of different ages in the transmitter. • Always remove exhausted batteries. • Always remove batteries before storing the transmitter. • Low battery power can result in loss of control of the RC vehicle. REMOVING THE VEHICLE BODY INSTALLING THE BATTERY IN THE VEHICLE 1. Turn the battery clips (A) clockwise to remove the battery strap (B). 2. Install a fully charged battery. 3. Install the battery strap. 4. Turn the battery clips counterclockwise to secure the battery strap. If desired, you can put foam blocks (ECX2015) in front of the battery so the weight of the battery increases rear traction or in back of the battery to increase steering response. B A RUCKUS BRUSHLESS 5 EN TRANSMITTER CONTROLS REVERSE SWITCH Allows you to change the direction of steering (ST. REV) and throttle (TH. REV) controls (default settings are “N” for steering and “R” for throttle). STEERING RATE STEERING TRIM Adjust to make the vehicle drive straight with no input at the steering wheel. Adjusts the amount the front wheels move when the steering wheel is turned left or right. STEERING WHEEL THROTTLE TRIM Adjusts the neutral point of the electronic speed control. POWER SWITCH Power on or off the transmitter. BATTERY LEVEL INDICATOR Solid Green: Battery voltage is good (above 4V). Flashing Green: Battery voltage is critically low (below 4V). Replace batteries. Control steering. Right and Left steering with ST. REV Switch on N (see ST. REV switch). THROTTLE TRIGGER Forward Stop (when TH. REV switch on R). Reverse (when TH. REV switch on R). Controls power to motor for forward or reverse (see TH. REV switch). RF MODE The DX2E has a France RF Mode that complies with French regulations. The DX2E must be in France mode when used outdoors in France. At all other times, the transmitter should be in Standard mode. FRANCE MODE Turn the wheel full left, pull the trigger full throttle, and hold down the bind button while turning on the transmitter. The Green LED will flash twice. 6 RUCKUS BRUSHLESS STANDARD MODE (DEFAULT PRESET SET AT FACTORY) Turn the wheel full right, pull the trigger full throttle, and hold down the bind button while turning on the transmitter. The Green LED will flash once. EN GETTING STARTED 1. Power on the transmitter. 2. Connect a fully charged battery to the ESC. 4. Do a test of the transmitter’s control of the vehicle with the vehicle’s wheels off the ground. 3. Power on the ESC. 5. Start driving slowly, and, if the vehicle does not go straight, adjust the steering trim dial on the transmitter. INSTALLING THE VEHICLE BODY RUCKUS BRUSHLESS 7 EN OPERATION • ALWAYS turn on your transmitter before you turn on the receiver in the vehicle. Always power off the receiver before turning your transmitter off. • ALWAYS operate your vehicle in a wide open area. Operating the vehicle in a small space or indoors can cause overheating at low speeds. Operating at low speed increases heat in the electronic speed control (ESC). Overheating can damage the vehicle and failure may result. WHEN YOU ARE FINISHED 1. Power off the Electronic Speed Control (ESC). 2. Disconnect the battery. 3. Power off the transmitter. 5. Recharge the battery. 4. Remove the battery from the vehicle. MOTOR CARE • Prolong motor life by preventing overheating conditions. Undue motor wear results from frequent turns, stops and starts, pushing objects, driving in deep water and tall grass, and driving continuously up hill. 8 RUCKUS BRUSHLESS • Over-temperature protection is installed on the ESC to prevent circuit damage, but cannot protect the motor from driving against heavy resistance. EN MAINTENANCE SETTING THE GEAR MESH The gear mesh has already been set at the factory. Setting the gear mesh is only necessary when changing motors or gears. You must remove the vehicle’s gear cover (A) to make this adjustment. Proper gear mesh (how the gear teeth meet) is important to the performance of the vehicle. When the gear mesh is too loose, the spur gear could be damaged by the pinion gear of the motor. If the mesh is too tight, speed could be limited and the motor and ESC will overheat. Set the gear mesh by following these simple steps: 1. Loosen the 2 motor screws (B). 2. Put a small piece of paper (C) between the pinion and spur gears. B C A 3. Push the gears together while tightening the motor screws. 4. Rotate the gears to remove the paper. The gearing should move a small amount. 5. Reinstall the gear cover. ELECTRONIC SPEED CONTROL (ESC) ESC LED Status • No ESC LEDs will glow when there is no throttle input from the transmitter • The red ESC LED glows when there is any throttle input from the transmitter Audible Warning Tones 1. Input voltage: The ESC checks the input voltage when it is powered on. If a voltage problem is detected, the ESC continuously sounds 2 beeps with a 1 second pause (xx-xx-xx). Power off the ESC and ensure the connections are secure and that the battery power is not too low for safe operation. 2. Radio connection: The ESC checks radio signal input when it is powered on. If a problem is detected, the ESC continuously sounds 1 beep with a 2 second pause (x--x--x). Power off the ESC and ensure the radio system is operating correctly. Connecting the ESC 1. Connect the ESC terminal A to the motor’s terminal A. 2. Connect the ESC terminal B to the motor’s terminal B. 3. Connect the ESC terminal C to the motor’s terminal C. TIP: If the motor turns in the wrong direction, reverse the connection of any 2 motor wires. NOTICE: Always disconnect the battery from the ESC when you have ﬁnished operating your vehicle. The ESC’s switch only controls power to the receiver and servos. The ESC will continue to draw current when connected to the battery, resulting in possible damage to the battery through over discharge. ESC Calibration Procedure Ensure proper ESC function by calibrating the ESC to your transmitter inputs. 1. Power off the ESC. 2. Ensure your transmitter is powered on, the throttle is not reversed, the throttle trim is neutral and the throttle travel range is at 100%. Disable any special functions such as ABS, etc. 3. Press the SET button while powering on the ESC. Release the button as soon as the green LED starts to flash. 4. Calibrate the throttle points by pressing the SET button once after each step. • Neutral point (1 flash)—leave the throttle at rest, untouched • Full throttle (2 flashes)—pull the throttle fully back • Full brakes/reverse (3 flashes)—push the throttle fully forward 5. The motor will run 3 seconds after the last step is completed. ESC FUNCTIONS AND MODES The ESC includes programming options so you can adjust the way your vehicle performs. Refer to the included settings table to adjust the ESC for your driving conditions. Programming is accomplished using the SET button on the on/off switch. Programming the ESC: 1. Connect a fully charged battery to the ESC. 2. Power on the ESC using the ESC switch. 3. Hold the SET button for 1 second until the green LED blinks, then release the SET button to enter programming mode. 4. Press the SET button as needed to get to the desired menu option (the Green LED will blink corresponding to the menu item number). 5. When at the desired menu item, hold the SET button for 3 seconds until the red LED blinks. 6. Press the SET button to move among the settings based on how many times the red LED blinks (Refer to the table for more information). 7. Save the setting by holding the SET button for 3 seconds. 8. Power off the ESC switch and repeat the instructions above to change other settings. TIP: If desired, the ESC programming can be returned to default settings by powering on the ESC switch and holding the SET button for 5 seconds. NOTICE: The factory default setting is for 2.6V per cell. In the factory default setting you may experience early low voltage cutoff when using the 7 cell NiMH battery that comes with this vehicle. RUCKUS BRUSHLESS 9 EN Programmable Items 1 Running Mode 2 Drag Brake Force Low Voltage Cutoff 3 (LVC) Threshold 4 Start Mode 5 Max Brake Force Programmable Value 1 2 Forward/Reverse Forward with Brake with Brake 0% 5% Default Settings 6 3 4 5 10% 15% 20% 3.2V/Cell 3.4V/Cell non-protection 2.6V/Cell 2.8V/Cell 3.0V/Cell Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 25% 50% 75% 100% 25% 7 8 30% 40% DESCRIPTIONS 1 Running Mode Forward Only with Brake Intended for competition use, this mode allows only forward and brake controls. Forward/Reverse with Brake This mode is the basic all-around mode, allowing forward, reverse and brake controls. To engage reverse while moving forward, apply the brake until the vehicle has come to a complete stop, release brake, then apply the brake again. While braking or in reverse, engaging the throttle will result in the vehicle immediately accelerating forward. 2 Drag Brake Force Adjusts the amount of brake automatically applied when the throttle is returned to the neutral position. This simulates the engine braking effect of a full-scale vehicle, allowing improved turn-in and your vehicle’s general response to controls. 3 Low Voltage Cutoff This function helps to prevent battery over-discharge. The ESC continuously monitors the battery’s voltage. If the voltage falls below the voltage threshold for 2 seconds, the output power shuts off and the red LED ﬂashes twice repeatedly. The cutoff threshold calculation is based on individual Li-Po cell voltage. For Ni-MH batteries, if the voltage battery pack is higher than 9.0V, it will be treated as a 3-cell Li-Po battery pack; if it is lower than 9.0V, it will be treated as a 2-cell Li-Po battery pack. Example: for a 8.0V Ni-MH battery pack used with a 2.6V/cell threshold, it will be treated as a 2-cell Li-Po battery pack and the low-voltage cut-off threshold will be 5.2V (2.6x2=5.2). The ESC LVC (Low Voltage Cutoff) is set to Program Value #1 (nonprotection) for optimal performance with the included 7 cell NiMH battery. NOTICE: When using Li-Po batteries, set the LVC programmable value to 2–6 to ensure proper voltage cutoff. Failure to set the correct cutoff value may result in damage to the battery. 4 Start Mode (Punch) Sets the initial throttle punch when the car accelerates. Level 1 gives a very soft initial acceleration and level 4 gives a stronger initial acceleration. 5 Max Brake Force Adjusts the maximum braking force. A higher value provides stronger braking, but can also cause the wheels to lock, resulting in loss of control of the car. ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM Part # Description A DYN4942 Motor B DYN1072EC Battery 8.4V C ECX13000 Waterproof Steering Servo D SPMSR201 Receiver E DYN4940 Waterproof Electronic Speed Control (ESC) F Channel 1 G Channel 2 E A B EC3 EC3 D C For correct operation, Channels 1 and 2 must be used as shown in the wiring diagram. The motor can be disconnected from the ESC at the connectors in the wiring. 10 RUCKUS BRUSHLESS G F EN SHOCK CLEANING REAR SHOCK Oil-ﬁlled shocks will require regular maintenance due to the oil breaking down or getting dirty. This maintenance should be performed after about every 3 to 5 hours of use, depending on the conditions that the vehicle is used in. • Remove the shock from the vehicle. • Remove the cap from the shock body and dispose of fluid. • Disassemble the shock. Clean thoroughly with DYN5505. Dry parts before assembly. • Re-assemble the shock and refill the shock body with silicone fluid (30 weight recommended). • Slowly move the shaft and piston up and down to remove air bubbles. • Move the piston to the midway point of the body and install the cap. • Wipe off any overflowing fluid. • When properly filled, the piston should rebound about 3/8 in (9.5mm) after being pushed in fully. • Re-install the shock on the vehicle. FRONT SHOCK ECX1037 ECX1037 ECX1043 ECX1043 ECX1057 ECX1038 ECX1036 ECX1038 ECX1043 ECX1037 ECX1040 ECX1039 ECX1041 ECX1042 ECX1038 ECX1038 Ride Height Adjustment Ride height is an adjustment that affects the way the vehicle jumps, turns and goes over bumps. Drop one end of the vehicle from approximately 6 inches (152 mm) in height onto a ﬂat surface. When dropping the front of the vehicle, after the vehicle settles, make sure the front arms are equal and parallel to the ﬂat surface. Do the same with the rear to make sure both arms are parallel with the ﬂat surface. Lowering the front ride height increases steering, but decreases traction. Lowering the rear ride height increases traction, but decreases steering. ECX1057 ECX1037 ECX1038 ECX1036 ECX1038 ECX1043 ECX1037 ECX1037 ECX1037 Part # Description ECX1036 ECX1037 ECX1038 ECX1039 ECX1040 ECX1041 ECX1042 ECX1043 Shock Body Set Shock Caps, Pistons Shock Parts Set Front Shock Shaft (2) Rear Shock Shaft (2) Front Shock Springs (2) Rear Shock Springs (2) Shock O-Ring Set FASTENERS No. Description TAPPING BINDER HEAD M3x10mm TAPPING BINDER HEAD M3x12mm TAPPING BINDER HEAD M3x16mm TAPPING BINDER HEAD M3x18mm TAPPING FLAT HEAD M3x10mm TAPPING FLAT HEAD M3x12mm TAPPING FLAT HEAD M3x15mm No. Description No. Description No. Description TAPPING FLAT HEAD M2x16mm STEP SCREW M3x0.5x7.4mm WASHER 5x7x0.5mm BINDER HEAD M3x8mm STEP SCREW M3x0.5x13.4mm WASHER 3x8x0.5mm BINDER HEAD M3x12mm STEP SCREW M3x0.5x10.5mm WASHER 2x7x0.5mm BINDER HEAD M3x20mm SETSCREW M3x3mm FLANGED LOCK NUT M4 BINDER HEAD M3x25mm SETSCREW M3x12mm LOCK NUT M3 BUTTON HEX M2.5x4mm SET SHAFT SCREW M3x13mm E-CLIP E2.5 BUTTON HEX M2.5x8mm LOCK WASHER RUCKUS BRUSHLESS 11 EN BINDING Binding is the process of programming the receiver to recognize the GUID (Globally Unique Identiﬁer) code of a single speciﬁc transmitter. The DX2E and SR201 are bound at the factory. If you need to rebind, follow the instructions below. 1. With the receiver off, insert the bind plug into the BIND port on the receiver. 2. Power the receiver through any other port. The orange LED will flash continuously, indicating the receiver is in bind mode. 3. With the steering wheel and throttle trigger in the failsafe positions, normally full brakes and straight steering (see the Failsafe section on this page for more information), press and hold the bind button and turn on the transmitter. The green LED on the front of the transmitter will flash within three seconds, indicating the transmitter is in bind mode. 4. Release the bind button when the green LED flashes. Continue to hold the steering wheel and throttle trigger in the failsafe positions until the LED on the receiver glows solid. Bind Button 5. The LED on the receiver will glow solid when the transmitter and receiver are bound. 6. Remove the bind plug and store it in a convenient place. You must rebind when: • Different failsafe positions are desired e.g., when throttle or steering reversing has been changed. • Changing receiver types e.g., changing from a DSM® receiver to a DSM2® or Marine receiver. • Binding the receiver to a different transmitter. Some Spektrum receivers, like the SR3001, use a bind button rather than a bind plug. The binding process is the same with this receiver, however, instead of inserting the plug before powering up the receiver, press and hold the bind button while powering up the receiver to enter bind mode. FAILSAFE In the unlikely event that the radio link is lost during use, the receiver will drive the servos to their preprogrammed failsafe positions (normally full brakes and straight steering). If the receiver is turned on prior to turning on the transmitter, the receiver will enter failsafe mode, driving the servos to their preset failsafe positions. When the transmitter is turned on, normal control is resumed. Failsafe servo positions are set during binding (see binding a receiver above). TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE Problem Short Run Time Sluggish Action Controls Reversed Motor/ESC overheat Doesn’t Operate Poor Range The system will not connect Possible Cause • Battery damaged/not charged • Motor dirty • Motor dirty • Bind in drivetrain • Vehicle battery is not charged • ST. REV or TH. REV • Over-geared for the driving environment • Transmitter batteries low • Transmitter powered off • ESC powered off • Vehicle battery is not charged • Transmitter batteries low • Transmitter antenna is damaged • Receiver antenna damaged • Transmitter and receiver too near each other • Transmitter and receiver too near large metal objects (vehicles, etc.) • Receiver accidentally put in bind mode so receiver is no longer bound • Check the receiver antenna to be sure it is not cut or damaged The receiver goes into failsafe mode a short distance away from the transmitter The receiver quits re• Low battery voltage sponding during operation • Loose or damaged wires or connectors between battery and receiver Receiver and transmitter are not bound 12 • Transmitter accidentally put in bind mode, ending bind to receiver RUCKUS BRUSHLESS Solution • Check/change battery • Check/clean • Check/clean • Clean/adjust • Replace/recharge • Change switch position • Install smaller pinion • Replace/recharge • Power on • Power on • Replace/recharge • Replace/recharge • Replace • Check/repair/replace • Move transmitter 3.3-9.8ft (1-3m) from receiver • Move away from large metal objects (vehicles, etc.) • Rebind transmitter and receiver • Contact Horizon Product Support • Make sure receiver antenna is in an antenna tube and is above vehicle • Completely recharge battery • Do a check of the wires and connection between battery and receiver. Repair or replace wires and/ or connectors • Bind transmitter to receiver EN LIMITED WARRANTY What this Warranty Covers Horizon Hobby, Inc., (Horizon) warrants to the original purchaser that the product purchased (the "Product") will be free from defects in materials and workmanship at the date of purchase. What is Not Covered This warranty is not transferable and does not cover (i) cosmetic damage, (ii) damage due to acts of God, accident, misuse, abuse, negligence, commercial use, or due to improper use, installation, operation or maintenance, (iii) modiﬁcation of or to any part of the Product, (iv) attempted service by anyone other than a Horizon Hobby authorized service center, (v) Product not purchased from an authorized Horizon dealer, or (vi) Product not compliant with applicable technical regulations. OTHER THAN THE EXPRESS WARRANTY ABOVE, HORIZON MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION, AND HEREBY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF NON-INFRINGEMENT, MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THE PURCHASER ACKNOWLEDGES THAT THEY ALONE HAVE DETERMINED THAT THE PRODUCT WILL SUITABLY MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE PURCHASER’S INTENDED USE. Purchaser’s Remedy Horizon’s sole obligation and purchaser’s sole and exclusive remedy shall be that Horizon will, at its option, either (i) service, or (ii) replace, any Product determined by Horizon to be defective. Horizon reserves the right to inspect any and all Product(s) involved in a warranty claim. Service or replacement decisions are at the sole discretion of Horizon. Proof of purchase is required for all warranty claims. SERVICE OR REPLACEMENT AS PROVIDED UNDER THIS WARRANTY IS THE PURCHASER’S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY. 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If received, a non-compliant Product will not be serviced. Further, the sender will be responsible for arranging return shipment of the un-serviced Product, through a carrier of the sender’s choice and at the sender’s expense. Horizon will hold non-compliant Product for a period of 60 days from notiﬁcation, after which it will be discarded. CONTACT INFORMATION Country of Purchase United States of America Horizon Hobby Horizon Service Center (Repairs and Repair Requests) Horizon Product Support (Product Technical Assistance) Sales United Kingdom Service/Parts/Sales: Horizon Hobby Limited Contact Information Address servicecenter.horizonhobby.com/ RequestForm/ www.quickbase.com/db/ bghj7ey8c?a=GenNewRecord 888-959-2306 firstname.lastname@example.org 888-959-2306 email@example.com +44 (0) 1279 641 097 4105 Fieldstone Rd Champaign, Illinois, 61822 USA Units 1–4 , Ployters Rd, Staple Tye Harlow, Essex, CM18 7NS, United Kingdom RUCKUS BRUSHLESS 13 EN Country of Purchase Germany France China Horizon Hobby Horizon Technischer Service Sales: Horizon Hobby GmbH Service/Parts/Sales: Horizon Hobby SAS Service/Parts/Sales: Horizon Hobby – China Contact Information firstname.lastname@example.org +49 (0) 4121 2655 100 email@example.com +33 (0) 1 60 18 34 90 firstname.lastname@example.org +86 (021) 5180 9868 Address Christian-Junge-Straße 1 25337 Elmshorn, Germany 11 Rue Georges Charpak 77127 Lieusaint, France Room 506, No. 97 Changshou Rd. Shanghai, China 200060 FCC INFORMATION This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. CAUTION: Changes or modiﬁcations not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. This product contains a radio transmitter with wireless technology which has been tested and found to be compliant with the applicable regulations governing a radio transmitter in the 2.400GHz to 2.4835GHz frequency range. Antenna Separation Distance maintain a separation distance of at least 5 cm between your body (excluding ﬁngers, hands, wrists, ankles and feet) and the antenna to meet RF exposure safety requirements as determined by FCC regulations. The following illustrations show the approximate 5 cm RF exposure area and typical hand placement when operating your Spektrum transmitter. When operating your Spektrum transmitter, please be sure to IC INFORMATION This device complies with Industry Canada license-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device. COMPLIANCE INFORMATION FOR THE EUROPEAN UNION Instructions for disposal of WEEE by users in the European Union Declaration of Conformity (in accordance with ISO/IEC 17050-1) No. HH2013050302 Product(s): ECX Ruckus 1:10 2wd MT Brushless RTR (Spektrum DX2E Transmitter and SR201 Receiver included) Item Number(s): ECX03009I Equipment class: 2 The object of declaration described above is in conformity with the requirements of the speciﬁcations listed below, following the provisions of the European R&TTE directive 1999/5/EC, EMC Directive 2004/108/EC and LVD Directive 2006/95/EC: EN 300-328 V1.7.1: 2006 EN301 489-1 V1.9.2: 2012 EN301 489-17 V2.1.1: 2009 EN60950-1:2006+A11:2009+A1:2010+A12: 2011 EN55022:2010 + AC:2011 EN55024:2010 EN61000-3-2:2006+A1:2009+A2:2009 EN61000-3-3:2008 Signed for and on behalf of: Horizon Hobby, Inc. Champaign, IL USA May 03, 2013 14 This product must not be disposed of with other waste. Instead, it is the user’s responsibility to dispose of their waste equipment by handing it over to a designated collections point for the recycling of waste electrical and electronic equipment. The separate collection and recycling of your waste equipment at the time of disposal will help to conserve natural resources and ensure that it is recycled in a manner that protects human health and the environment. For more information about where you can drop off your waste equipment for recycling, please contact your local city ofﬁce, your household waste disposal service or where you purchased the product. Steven A. Hall Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Ofﬁcer International Operations and Risk Management Horizon Hobby, Inc. RUCKUS BRUSHLESS PARTS DIAGRAM | EXPLOSIONSZEICHNUNG | VUE ÉCLATÉE DES PIÈCES | ESPLOSO DEL MODELLO CON REFERENZA PEZZI M3X10 RECOMMENDED ITEMS EMPFOHLENE WERKZEUGE OUTILS RECOMMANDÉS ATTREZZI CONSIGLIATI M3X12 30 3 11 45 M3X10 10 M3X10 5 12 2 mm 1.5 mm M3X12 9 1 M3X12 M3X12 M3X25 M3X12 M3X12 M3X10 12 44 20 20 4 7 2 50 45 7 2 2 8 49 M3X15 16 2 17 M3X10 2 8 2 7 19 20 2 7 M3X12 8 2 18 13 M3x15 M3X10 13 19 20 M3x25 46 29 23 31 M3X8 M3X12 M3X10 56 15 13 14 M3X12 19 23 21 15 M3x15 8 7 RUCKUS BRUSHLESS 31 M3x12 22 PARTS DIAGRAM | EXPLOSIONSZEICHNUNG | VUE ÉCLATÉE DES PIÈCES | ESPLOSO DEL MODELLO CON REFERENZA PEZZI The slipper clutch can be adjusted using this locknut (ECX1060). Fully tighten the locknut, then loosen the nut two full turns. Die Rutschkupplung kann durch diese Stopmutter eingestellt werden (ECX1060). Ziehen Sie die Mutter an und drehen Sie dann volle zwei Umdrehungen zurück. Il est possible d’ajuster le sliper par action sur cet écrou de blocage (ECX1060). Veillez à serrer l’écrou de blocage à fond. Ensuite, devissez l’écrou de deux tours complets. La frizione può essere regolata con questo dado autobloccante (ECX1060). Prima avvitate completamente il dado, poi svitatelo 2 giri. 42 M3X3 32 M2.5X8 41 32 M2.5X4 34 22 34 34 34 34 15 M2.5X8 6 33 48 15 48 35 15 33 15 M2X16 33 35 36 25 43 38 M3X18 36 40 33 15 39 35 33 36 M3X12 39 33 33 35 33 35 33 M2X16 38 25 M3X12 44 43 M3X15 M3X12 M3X15 12 46 12 17 12 M3X10 43 25 43 M3X12 46 M3X12 47 M3X12 M3X12 3 M3X18 M3X20 47 39 50 M3X12 11 M3X10 13 27 19 29 29 24 M3x15 28 19 20 3 15 13 20 26 20 M3x12 When installing the wheel, make sure the drive hex is aligned with the drive pin. When the drive hex is removed, the drive pin can fall out of the axle. Bitte achten Sie bei der Radmontage darauf, dass die Radachse im Radmitnehmer sitzt und dass der der Querstift nicht heraus fällt. Lors de l’installation de la roue, assurez-vous que l'hexagone de roue est aligné avec la goupille d'entraînement. En cas de démontage de l'hexagone, la goupille peut sortir de l'axe et tomber. Quando montate le ruote, accertatevi che il trascinatore esagonale sia allineato con la spina del mozzo ruota. Quando togliete il trascinatore esagonale la spina può sﬁlarsi dal mozzo. 31 31 28 23 15 28 M3X12 27 21 13 14 M3X12 13 22 RUCKUS BRUSHLESS 57 Replacement Parts / Ersatzteile / Pièces de rechange / Pezzi di ricambio Part # | Nummer Description Numéro | Codice 1 2 ECX2008 ECX1028 3 ECX2011 4 5 ECX1050 ECX2015 6 ECX1098 7 8 ECX1058 ECX1065 9 SPMSR201 Beschreibung Description Descrizione Chassis Servo Saver Set Abdeckung und hinterer Halter Set Schrauben Set M3x12 (4) Schaum Block Châssis principal Sauve servo 16 ECX1018 Main Chassis Servo Saver Set Cover and Rear Mount Set Setscrew M3x12 (4) Foam Block Motor Screw/Washer Set Ball Stud (6) Shoulder Screw Set (8) 2-Ch DSM Sport Receiver (Coated) Waterproof Steering Servo Battery Hold Down Rear Bumper Set Suspension Arm Mount Set Mounted Wheel/Tire (2), Black Wheel Bearing Set Front Suspension Arm Set 17 ECX1020 Shock Tower Set 18 ECX1035 19 ECX1044 Front Axle (2) Hinge Pin Set 20 ECX1046 Camber, Toe Link Set 21 ECX1049 22 ECX1060 Wheel Pins (4) M4 Locknut (4) 23 ECX234000 Steering Block, Rear Hub Set e gomme montate (2) Rad montiert (2), Schwarz Roue Montée/Pneu (2) , Noire Ruote , Nero Radlagersatz Set Jeu de roulement de roue Set cuscinetti ruote Jeu de bras de suspension Braccetti delle sospensioni Querlenker Set vorne avant anteriori ammortizzatori Dämpferbrücke Jeu de support d’amortisseur Supporto posteriori Radachse vorne (2) Axe de roue avant (2) Mozzi ruota anteriori (2) Querlenkerbolzen Set Jeu d'axes de suspension Set perni sospensioni Jeu de biellettes de carrosSet tiranteria Camber e Spur- Sturzstangenset sage et de pincement convergenza Radmitnehmerstifte (4) Goupilles d'entraînement (4) Spine trascinatori ruote (4) M4 Stopmutter (4) Ecrous de roues M4 (4) Dadi autobloccanti M4 (4) Jeu de fusées avant et Lenk- und Rädträger Set blocco sterzo, mozzo arrière avec étriers portes hinten posteriore fusées avant. 24 ECX1019 Rear Suspension Arm Set Querlenker Set hinten 25 ECX1021 Transmission Case Set Getriebegehäuse 26 ECX232001 34 ECX1024 Wellenmitnehmer hinten Rear Axle (2) (2) Kugelkopf Driveshaft Pivot Ball (4) Antriebswellen (4) Driveshafts (2) Antriebswellen (2) Querlenkerbolzen Hinge Pin Screws (8) Schrauben (8) ESC Regler / ESC Stoßdmämpferkappen Shock Caps, Pistons Kolben Gear Cover Gear Cover Metal Gear Set Metallgetriebe –Set Slipper Clutch Plates, Rutschkupplung Teilesatz Pads, Spring 35 ECX1025 Transmission Idler Shaft, Drive Pins Hauptgetriebewelle Set 36 ECX1026 Transmission Drive Shaft (2) Washer Set Bearings 10x15x4 (2) M3 Locknut (4) Spur Gear Getreibeausgangswelle (2) Unterlegscheiben Set Lager 10x15x4 (2) M3 Stopmutter (4) Hauptzahnrad 10 ECX13000 11 ECX231003 12 ECX231002 13 ECX2006 14 ECX43008 15 ECX1015 27 ECX232005 28 ECX232002 29 ECX1045 30 DYN4940 31 ECX1037 32 ECX1027 33 ECX9001 37 38 39 40 58 ECX1052 ECX1055 ECX1059 ECX232006 Kugelkopf (6) Passschrauben Set (8) 2 Kanal DSM Sport Empfänger (beschichtet) Rondelle (6) Jeu de vis épaulées (8) Récepteur DSM 2 voies étanche Lenkservo, wasserdicht Servo de direction étanche Akkuhalter Hintere Stossstange Fixation pour batterie Pare-choc arrière Telaio principale Set salvaservo Copertura e set di montaggio posteriore Grani M3x12 (4) Spugna distanziale batteria Viti per il motore/ set di rondelle Sfere Uniball (6) Set viti a doppio stadio (8) Ricevitore Sport (con rivestimento protettivo) Servo per lo sterzo, impermeabile Piastra fermabatteria Set paraurti posteriore Querlenker Set hinten Jeu de renfort de suspension Supporti braccetti sosp. Capot et ﬁxations arrières Jeu de vis M3x12 (4) Bloc de mousse Motor Screw/Washer Set Vis Moteur/Set Rondelles RUCKUS BRUSHLESS Jeu de bras de suspension arrière Ensemble carter de transmission Braccetti delle sospensioni posteriori Axe de roue arrière (2) Mozzi ruota anteriori (2) Croisillon de cardan (4) Attacco a sfera semiasse (4) Set scatola trasmissione Cardan (2) Semiasse (2) Vis de ﬁxation de renfort (8) Viti per perni sospensioni (8) Variateur électronique Bouchons, pistons et rotules d'amortisseurs Carter de Réducteur Set de pignons métal Garnitures, plateaux et ressort de slipper. Arbre secondaire de transmission avec goupilles d'entraînement. Axe de sortie de différentiel (2) Jeu de rondelles Roulements 10x15x4 (2) Ecrou auto-freiné M3 (4) Couronne Variatore elettronico (ESC) Set tappi e pistoni ammortizzatori Copertura per ingranaggi Set ingranaggi in metallo Piattelli frizione, disco, molla Alberino intermedio con spina Mozzi Differenziale (2) Set rondelle Cuscinetti 10x15x4 (2) Dadi autobloccanti M3 (4) Corona Part # | Nummer Description Numéro | Codice Beschreibung Description Descrizione Ritzel 24 Zähne, 48P Pignon 24 dents, 48P Pignone a 24 denti, 48P 42 DYN4942 43 ECX1048 24-Tooth Pinion Gear, 48P Motor Body Clip Motor Body Clip Moteur Clips Carrosserie 44 ECX2010 Body Post Set Body Post Set Set Plots Carrosserie 45 ECX2009 Body Mount Set Set Montage Carrosserie 46 47 48 49 50 Set Plaque Chassis Set de Maintien Arrière Set de Goupilles Vis (4) Pare-choc avant Carrosserie blanche/noire Carrozzeria Bianco/Nero SPM2300 Skid Plate Set Rear Holder Set Top Shaft/Spacer Setscrew M3x10 Front Bumper Set Body, Black/White: BL Ruckus Transmitter Aufnahme Karosseriehalter Skid Plate Set Rear Holder Set Top Shaft/Spacer Sicherungsschrauben (4) Vordere Stossstange Karosserie, Schwarz/ Weiss Sender Motore Clippe per carrozzeria Set di sostegni per la carrozzeria Set di montaggio per la carrozzeria Set pistre di protezione Set supporto posteriore Set di spessori Viti (4) Set paraurti anteriore DYN4113 2A Peak Charger DYN1072EC Ni-MH battery 41 ECX232008 ECX2007 ECX2013 ECX1023 ECX1033 ECX231001 ECX230010 Émetteur Chargeur à détection de 2A Peak Ni-MH Ladegerät 2A pics Ni-MH akku Batterie Ni-MH Trasmettitore 2A Caricabatterie a rilevamento di picchi Batteria Ni-MH RUCKUS BRUSHLESS 59 ® ECX03009 | ECX03009AU | ECX3009I www.ecxrc.com 39661 Created 3/2013 © 2013 Horizon Hobby, Inc. 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