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of Bachmann Industries, Inc.
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subject to change without notice.
US patent 7,391,320
Losi, a Division of Horizon Hobby, Inc.
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Introduction
Getting Ready
Thoroughly read all the enclosed material, precautions and
follow instructions to avoid damaging your new RC vehicle. If
you choose to not follow these steps or instructions, it will be
considered negligence.
Thank you for choosing the Ten-T . This is a highly developed
RC model that features a sophisticated radio system and a
nitro fuel-powered engine. It does require some mechanical
experience and direct adult supervision. This guide contains
the basic instructions and drawings needed to operate
and maintain your new Ten-T. Please take the time to read
through these instructions completely before attempting to
run your new model. In addition to the service information
available in this operations guide, our online Support - Answer
Center is available at www.losi.com for performance tips and
troubleshooting questions. Your hobby dealer cannot under
any circumstances accept a model for return or exchange
that has been run. We are confident you will be satisfied
with the high-speed performance in this durable and resilient
vehicle.
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If after review of this manual and prior to running your Ten-T,
you determine this RC vehicle is not what you want—DO NOT
proceed and DO NOT run the Ten-T. If the Ten-T has been run,
your local hobby shop will not be able to process a return or
accept it for exchange.
Safety Precautions:
THIS PRODUCT IS NOT A TOY! The Ten-T is a sophisticated, highperformance radio control model which needs to be operated
with caution and common sense. Failure to operate this model
in a safe and responsible manner could result in personal
and/or property damage. It is your responsibility to see that
the instructions and warnings are followed and precautions
adhered to.
Understanding that you are anxiously wanting to get your Ten-T
ready for the open road, it will be to your long term benefit
to make the effort and read through the entire manual. In the
following pages you will find all the information you will need
to set up as well as operate your new Ten-T to its full potential.
The Ten-T is not intended for use by children without direct
adult supervision. Losi and Horizon Hobby 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 it.
If you are an experienced RC hobbyist, or new to RC vehicles,
it will benefit you to read all enclosed information.
From everyone at Losi we would like to thank you again for
choosing the Ten-T. Our goal is helping people have fun and
enjoy using our products.
*This is still only a model – do not expect it to do unrealistic
stunts.
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Warnings:
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about the latest options parts, product updates and more.
Log on to www.LOSI.com and follow the product registration
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The Ten-T is powered by a special fuel containing flammable
liquids and special care must be taken as noted below.
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Model fuel is dangerous if handled carelessly. Follow all
directions and precautions on the fuel container. NEVER
drink fuel - call a doctor immediately if ingested or
splashed into your eyes.
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Keep fuel and all chemicals out of the reach of children.
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Always keep the fuel container closed and never use
around an open flame or while smoking.
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The exhaust emits poisonous carbon monoxide fumes.
Always run your model in a well ventilated area and never
attempt to run it indoors.
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The top of the engine and the exhaust pipe are extremely
hot during and after use. Use caution not to touch these
parts, especially when refueling.
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The engine can be loud especially when run in a confined
area. If you find the noise objectionable make sure to use
ear protection.
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This model is controlled by a radio signal that is subject
to interference from sources outside your control.
Interference can cause temporary loss of control so it is
advised to always keep a safety margin in all directions to
avoid collisions.
Caution:
Age Recommendation: 14 years or over. This is not a toy. This
product is not intended for use by children without direct adult
supervision.
This vehicle is capable of extreme speed and careful attention
and care must be used when operating the Ten-T.
When driving the Ten-T it is important that you take measures
to avoid someone being hit by the vehicle. You may cause
serious injury to another person, or to personal property should
you make contact while running the Ten-T. Before operating
the Ten-T you must read and follow all of the following safety
precautions and warnings.
Losi/Horizon Support
If you have any questions concerning setup or operation of
your Ten-T RC vehicle please call Horizon Customer Support.
Contact information can be found in the warranty section of
this manual.
You are welcome to call us with any support issue, or question
you may have about the Ten-T.
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Always operate your model in an open area away from
people and cars. The potential speed of this model can
cause injury or damage.
Never operate your Ten-T with low transmitter or receiver
batteries – especially AA dry cells as control and power will
be limited.
Repeated or prolonged use of heavy braking will cause the
brakes to overheat and fail! Always leave plenty of room
for stopping.
It will take as much room to stop as it does to accelerate to
speed. Always run in an open area with plenty of braking
room.
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Special Warnings about the LiPo battery
used in this model:
While the 2S 7.4V 1000mAh Lithium Polymer Battery
(LOSB9818) included with your Ten-T features Charge
Protection Circuitry and optional Balance Charging you MUST
read the following safety instructions and warnings before
handling, charging or using this LiPo battery. Always follow the
manufacturer’s instructions when disposing of Lithium Polymer
batteries.
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Note: Lithium Polymer batteries are significantly
more volatile than the alkaline, NiCd or NiMH
batteries used in RC applications. All instructions and
warnings must be followed exactly. Mishandling of
LiPo batteries can result in fire. By handling, charging
or using the included LiPo battery you assume all
risks associated with lithium batteries. If you do not
agree with these conditions, return your complete
Ten-T model in new, unused condition to the place of
purchase immediately.
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Never let the LiPo receiver battery discharge completely –
you can monitor this on the radio screen. When you see it
is getting low stop and recharge. Failure to do so will ruin
the battery and it cannot be recharged.
You must charge the included 2S 7.4V 1000mAh LiPo
battery in a safe area away from flammable materials. The
LOSB9700 LiPo Protection Pouch is suggested.
Do not charge the battery when installed in the model.
Never charge the battery unattended. When charging you
should always remain in constant observation and be able
to react to potential problems that may occur.
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Keep hobby knives and sharp objects away from LiPo
batteries. Puncturing will cause damage and can result in
fire.
After use, the battery must be cooled to ambient air
temperature before charging.
You MUST use a LiPo specific charger similar to the one
included with the Ten-T. Failure to do so may result in a fire
causing personal injury and/or property damage.
DO NOT USE AN NiMH/NiCd charger under any
circumstance.
Always follow the charging directions and never charge at
more than 1 amp. Failure to do so could result in a fire.
If at any time during the charge or discharge process
the battery begins to balloon or swell, stop charging or
discharging immediately. Quickly and safely disconnect
the battery and place it in a safe open area away from
flammable materials to observe it for at least 15 minutes.
Continuing to charge or discharge a battery that has
begun to balloon or swell can result in a fire. A battery that
has ballooned or swollen even a small amount must be
removed from service and disposed of safely.
Store the battery at room temperature with no less than
½ charge (3.7V per cell; 7.4V for a 2S battery pack) for best
results. Never store the battery discharged.
When transporting or temporarily storing the battery,
the temperature range should be from 40–120 degrees
Fahrenheit. Do not store the battery or model in a car or
direct sunlight. If stored in a hot car, the battery can be
damaged or even catch fire.
Although the battery included with the Ten-T has a low
voltage circuit included which prevents over-discharging
the battery, you should never discharge the battery below
6.1V during use (3V per cell).
The included battery also uses a 25-amp draw protection
cutoff that occurs when the battery is under load. If this
occurs you must correct the reason for the high current
draw (usually the starter motor being stalled) and reset the
cutoff by turning the receiver in the model “Off” then “On”
again.
Always be careful to observe the proper polarity when
charging or using the battery.
Be careful not to short the output or balance leads.
Do not ever try to disassemble the pack.
For best performance balance the pack periodically. If you have any further questions or concerns regarding
the handling, charging and/or use of the included LiPo
battery pack, please contact Horizon Hobby’s Product
Support staff. Contact information can be found in the
warranty section of this manual.
Batteries and Charging:
Tools You Will Find Handy
The Ten-T uses rechargeable batteries such as NiMH or LiPo.
These batteries all have special requirements to preserve
performance and last a long time. Read all instructions and
precautions that are provided with the batteries intended to be
used in the Ten-T.
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Read all instructions provided by the manufacturer
of the batteries.
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Responsible adult supervision is necessary while
charging batteries.
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Always check to ensure the polarity of battery connection
is correct.
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Never leave batteries unattended while charging.
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Never charge a battery while it is installed in the Ten-T.
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Do not charge any battery that appears to have
any damage.
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If there are exposed wires do not charge or use the battery
until you have installed shrink-wrap or replaced the
complete wire.
If charging NiMH batteries, select a charger to meet your
requirements. Chargers can be of two primary types for
their source of power: a 100-240V wall charger, or one which
requires a 12V power supply. Follow the charger manufacturer’s
instructions and precautions during each use.
In addition to the tools included with the Ten-T, you will find the
following both useful and in some cases necessary.
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Small flat blade and Phillips screwdrivers
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Needle-nose pliers
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Quality .050-inch, 1/16-inch, 5/64-inch, 3/32-inch, 1.5mm
and 2.5mm hex (Allen) drivers
Required Equipment:
Fuel – Preferably Nitrotane 20% Sport (LOSF0020). Note: This
fuel supports the engine warranty.
Fuel Bottle – The Losi 500cc fuel bottle (LOSB5201) is suggested.
Supplied and Required Equipment
Supplied tools:
Glow Plug/Wheel Wrench
Four (4) Hex “L” Wrench Set
.050-inch, 1/16-inch, 5/64-inch, and 3/32-inch
Shock Bottom wrench
Turnbuckle/Shock Top wrench
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The Losi Ten-T Overview
Rear Shock
Rear Camber Link
Rear Camber Link
Rear Sway Bar
Speed Sensor
R.O.S.S. Starter Mechanism
Battery Box
Temperature Sensor Wire
R.O.S.S. Starter Motor
Glow Plug and Igniter Wire
Throttle Linkage
Throttle Servo
Pressure Line
Brake Linkage
High-Speed Needle Valve
Fuel Filter
Air Cleaner
On/Off Switch
Exhaust Pipe
Radio Box
Fuel Line
Steering Link/Tie Rod
Steering Servo
Front Camber Link
Front Shocks
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Front Suspension Arm
Ten-T Radio System with Callouts
RPM/SPEED
TEMPERATURE
LAP - (NOT USED)
AUXILIARY
THROTTLE
STEERING
BIND/RS (POWER)
Transmitter
Steering Servo
Receiver
Bind Plug
Throttle Servo
Temperature Sensor
Speed Sensor
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About the Radio
Radio Operation
The Spektrum DX3S radio installed in the Ten-T is a
professional level system with more than the usual features
you may find useful. Be sure to read through the included
radio manual for complete instructions. The following is a
simple guide referring to items that are commonly used and/or
needed to run your model.
It is important that you familiarize yourself with the radio
system, as this is your direct link to the model.
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Never run your model with low receiver or transmitter
batteries.
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Always fold the antenna to the upright position before
running your model.
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Never leave the power on or the batteries will not last
long.
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Always turn the transmitter ON before turning the model
ON.
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When finished running, always turn the model OFF before
the transmitter.
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For best operation, it will be necessary to keep the “trims”
adjusted for both the steering and throttle as noted on the
following pages.
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Steering Trim: The model should go straight without turning
the steering wheel. If not, tap the trim lever found just above
and to the right of the steering wheel in the direction needed
for the model to go straight. Each tap of the trim button will be
accompanied by an audible tone indicating a change has been
made. It may take several taps to get the correct trim setting.
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Throttle Trim: The model should idle without the tires
rotating when the trigger is at its neutral position. If not, tap the
trim lever found just above and to the left of the steering wheel
to reposition the throttle servo and close the carburetor and
apply more brakes. Note that additional braking force is applied
when you push the trigger forward.
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Power Switch - Turns your transmitter ON and OFF
Steering Wheel - Controls the steering of your model
Steering Trim Tab - Allows you to fine-tune the neutral
position of the steering
4.Throttle Trigger - Pull back for throttle and push forward
for brakes
5.Throttle Trim Tab - Allows you to set the idle/brake of the
model
6.Transmitter Display - Digital readout shows battery
voltage, temperature, rpm/speed and functions/settings
7.Transmitter Antenna - Transmits signal to the receiver in
the model
8.AUX - Lever for forward/reverse
9. Starter button
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Binding the Radio System
Telemetry Sensors
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The battery power of the receiver pack will automatically
register on the readout screen.
The engine temperature requires that the temperature
sensor (SPM1450) be installed around the head just above
the head bolts as seen in the photo. Note: The temperature
sensor must be removed before removing the head from
the engine. There is an external plug near the radio box
which will allow you to disconnect it if you wish to remove
the engine for cleaning.
Steps to Re-Bind
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The RPM/Speed sensor is mounted directly below the rear
transmission input connector. The connector has a silver
stripe on it that the sensor reads. Both of these items have
to be kept clean for proper operation. Use compressed
air or a soft brush to remove dust or dirt that can prevent
operation. NEVER use any kind of solvent on either of
these as it will cause the stripe to fall off and the sensor to
fail. If the stripe should fall off replace it with one from the
(SPM1512) Telemetry RPM Sticker Sheet.
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Make sure both the transmitter and the model are
turned off.
Unplug the bottom plug in the receiver port marked
BIND/RS.
Install the bind plug into this port.
Remove either of the two plugs directly above the bind
plug – Do Not use any other port.
Install the plug that was removed from the bottom port
(BIND/RS) in step 2 into the open port from step 4. See
photo.
Turn on the model – an LED located beneath the “m” in
Spektrum when viewed from the side will start blinking.
The radio is now ready to bind.
Turn on the transmitter and depress the selector wheel
twice which will bring up the “LIST” screen.
Roll the selector wheel down until it highlights “BIND” and
press it once to bring up the Bind screen.
Engine Break-In and Adjustments
9.
Roll the selector wheel down one click to select the BIND
function and press it once again.
10. The box around “BIND” will turn dark for a few seconds
then it will return to normal (as seen in step 9) and the LED
in the receiver will stop blinking. See photo.
The new Losi 3.4 engine in your Ten-T has been machined to
tight tolerances and does not need an extended break-in. It is
always a good idea to take it easy for the first few tanks of fuel
to let all the gears and moving parts seat into one another. You
will notice after the first hour of operation that the engine will
pick up power. It is highly advised that you use Nitrotane 20%
Sport fuel as the carburetor is factory set for this fuel and other
fuels may require immediate needle valve adjustments. NEVER
use model airplane fuel as it may cause damage to the engine
and void any warranty. If you change fuels or run in dramatically
different environments (hot/cold, high/low elevation, etc) you
will probably have to adjust at least the high-speed needle to
prevent overheating and maintain proper performance.
Tuning a Nitro Engine
Adjusting the carburetor is one of the most critical facets of
running a nitro-powered RC vehicle. The fuel mixture is referred
to as being “rich” when there is too much fuel and “lean” when
there is not enough fuel for the amount of air entering the
engine. The amount of fuel entering the engine is adjusted with
high- and low-speed threaded needle valves. The low-speed
needle is located in the front of the moving slide. The highspeed needle sticks straight up at the back of the carburetor.
Both feature a slotted head that is used as a reference and
receptacle for a flat blade screwdriver for adjustments. The
mixture is made richer by turning the needle counterclockwise
and leaner by turning clockwise. An overly “rich” mixture will
yield sluggish acceleration and performance with thick smoke
from the exhaust. A “lean” mixture can cause the engine to
hesitate before accelerating or, in some cases, to lose power
momentarily after the initial acceleration. A lean mixture also
makes the engine run hotter than desired and does not provide
enough lubrication for the internal engine components,
causing premature wear and damage. It is always advisable
to run the engine slightly rich and never lean to avoid
overheating and possible damage.
11. The system is now bound. Remove the bind plug and
return the plugs to their original positions.
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Base Start-up Settings from the Factory
High-Speed Needle—21/2 turns out from bottom
Low-Speed Needle—21/2 turns out from bottom
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Slower
Leaner
Faster
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Carb Adjustments:
Engine Tuning
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After the engine is broken in, you can tune it for optimum
performance. When tuning, it is critical that you be cautious of
overheating as severe damage and premature wear can occur.
You want to make all carburetor adjustments in “one hour”
increments.
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Make all carburetor
adjustments in one-hour
increments.
Imagine the slot in the
needle is the hour hand on
a clock. Adjust it as though
you were moving the hour
hand from one hour to the
next or previous one.
Low-Speed Adjustment
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Richer
The low-speed adjustment affects the idle and slightly-off-idle
performance. The optimum setting allows the motor to idle
for at least 8−10 seconds. The model should then accelerate
with a slight amount of sluggishness and a noticeable amount
of smoke. The simplest way to check this is to make sure the
engine has been warmed up and let the engine idle for 8−10
seconds. If the low-speed mixture is so far off that the engine
won’t stay running that long, turn the idle stop screw clockwise,
increasing the idle speed. With the engine at idle, pinch and
hold the fuel line near the carburetor, cutting off the flow of
fuel, and listen closely to the engine rpm (speed). If the lowspeed needle is set correctly, the engine speed will increase
only slightly and then die. If the engine increases several
hundred rpm before stopping, the low-speed needle is too rich.
Lean the mixture by turning the needle clockwise one hour and
trying again. If the engine speed does not increase but simply
dies, the needle is too lean and needs to be richened up by
turning the needle counterclockwise one hour before trying
again. After you have optimized the low-speed setting, the
engine will probably be idling faster. You will have to adjust the
idle stop screw counterclockwise to slow the engine idle speed
down. The engine should accelerate at a constant pace without
hesitating.
Leaner
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1= Idle Stop Screw
2=Low-Speed Needle
3=High-Speed Needle
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Testing the Temperature
High-Speed Adjustment
After initial acceleration, the engine should pull at a steady rate
while maintaining a two-stroke whine and a noticeable trail of
smoke. If the engine labors and is sluggish with heavy smoke,
the mixture is too rich and needs to be leaned by turning the
high-speed needle clockwise in one-hour increments until it
runs smoothly. If the engine isn’t smoking or starts to die after
acceleration, it is too lean and you must richen the mixture by
turning the needle counterclockwise. Don’t be confused by
the sound of the engine and the actual performance. A leaner
mixture will produce an exhaust note with a higher pitch but
this does not necessarily mean improved performance, as the
engine is on the verge of overheating and may incur possible
damage. Ideally you want to run the engine so that it is on
the slightly rich side of optimum. This will give you the best
combination of speed and engine life. CAUTION: The engine
is too lean and overheating if it accelerates rapidly with a
high-pitched scream then seems to labor, stops smoking, or
loses speed. This can be caused by the terrain, atmospheric
conditions, or drastic altitude changes. To avoid permanent
engine damage, immediately richen the mixture by turning
the high-speed needle counterclockwise at least “two hours”
and be prepared for further adjustments before running any
more. Note: The normal operating temperature as seen on
your radio screen should be in the 190 to 220° F (88 to 105° C)
range.
The ideal operating temperature for the engine will vary with
the air temperature and altitude. In general it should be in
the 190° to 230° F (88° to 110° C) range. The telemetry on
you transmitter will display the temperature as long as the
temperature sensor is attached to the engine. Please note that
the location of the sensor will also make the readout vary a
little. If the engine is overheating turn the high-speed needle
out (counterclockwise) at least two hours as shown in the
“Tuning a Nitro Engine” section. If the engine is running too rich
(below 180° F) turn the high-speed needle in (clockwise) one
hour at a time until it is running within the normal range.
About Glow Plugs
The glow plug is like the ignition system in your automobile.
The coiled element in the center of the plug glows red hot
when power is applied to it. This is what ignites the fuel/air
mixture when compressed in the cylinder. After the engine
fires, the heat generated by the burning fuel keeps the element
hot. Common reasons for the engine not starting are the glow
plug being wet with fuel low voltage in the battery or the
element is burned out. Disconnect the igniter lead from the
glow plug in the engine and connect it to a spare plug holding
it up against the head or engine case so it is grounded. Press
the starting button and if the plug glows you know that the
plug in the engine is bad and needs to be replaced. A wet glow
plug means there is excess fuel in the engine. To clear this pick
up the model by the wing letting the front end hang down.
Open the throttle all the way and try starting the engine for 2 or
3 seconds. If it does not fire, stop and wait for at least 5 seconds
and try again. If it does start to fire, close the throttle then pull
the trigger 1/4-inch and continue to turn it over until it starts
and clears out. Release the trigger so the engine idles, place it
on the ground and start driving.
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Using the R.O.S.S. Starting System
HOT STARTS & RESTARTING
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The Ten-T uses the exciting new Remote On-board Starting
System (R.O.S.S.). It is absolutely critical that you read and follow
these instructions for proper operation and to get the full
enjoyment of this exclusive feature.
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NOTE: When the engine is new it is harder for the
starter motor to turn the engine over, so it is very
important to understand and follow these steps.
If the model has run out of fuel prior to restarting, make
sure the exhaust pipe has cooled before attempting to
restart and follow steps #4 through #10 above.
If the engine was stopped while there was still fuel in the
system, set the model on the ground and follow steps #8
through #10 above.
TROUBLESHOOTING
If the engine does not start to fire following the above steps:
1. Check for fuel in the tank.
2. Check the glow plug – see “About Glow Plugs” section.
COLD STARTS
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You must read the “Tuning a Nitro Engine” section before
starting.
2. Make sure the LiPo battery in the truck has been charged.
3. Check to make sure that the exhaust exit tube is not hot.
4. Fill the fuel tank with fuel.
5. Switch on the transmitter and then the model.
6. Place the model on the ground in an open area. Push and
hold the starter button on the back of the transmitter
which will engage the starter and start turning the engine
over. It will take 4 or 5 seconds for it to draw fuel from the
tank as the engine turns over at which point you will hear
it starting to fire.
7. As the engine starts to fire keep the starter button
depressed and pull back the throttle ¼ inch. If the engine
starts running, the model will start to move. Give the
model at least half throttle and allow it to pick up some
speed before releasing the starter button. Note: If you are
running above 1500-feet elevation you will need to lean
both the high-speed and low-speed needles at least one
hour – more if at a higher elevations. Please read “Tuning a
Nitro Engine” again to understand proper tuning.
8. If the engine stops firing: close the throttle and continue
turning it over which should make it start firing again. Wait
a second and repeat step 8.
9. If the engine starts running: remove your foot and give the
model more throttle as it drives away. After it has gone 10
feet release the starter button and have fun.
10. All this should take place in about 10 seconds. Do not run
the starter for longer than 10 seconds at a time without
letting it cool.
If the starter stops abruptly:
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The engine may be stuck at top dead center – especially if
new. Using a screwdriver place the tip so that it is between
the ridges in the flywheel with the shaft up against the
edge of the cutout toward the center of the chassis. As you
push down on the screwdriver handle the flywheel on the
engine will rotate toward the outer side of the cutout. Use
this method to rotate the flywheel no more than ¼ turn.
Use screwdriver to rotate flywheel
1/4-turn in this direction
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Turn the receiver switch in the model “Off” then “On” again
which will reset the circuit breaker in the battery pack.
Press the starter button following steps #8 through #11
above. Note: This situation will stop after the first hour of engine operation.
The engine may be flooded (too much fuel inside the
engine). Remove the head protector from the head and
blue igniter lead from the tip of the glow plug then the
glow plug itself. Turn the radio switch in the model “Off”
then “On” again which will reset the circuit breaker in the
battery pack. Place a rag over the top of the engine and
engage the starter for 5 seconds. Raw fuel should spray
out of the glow plug hole. Replace the glow plug making
sure to include the copper gasket on the plug. Reattach
the igniter lead and head protector and follow steps #8
through #11 under “Cold Starts.”
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Checking the Glow Plug
Driving the Ten-T
Remove the four screws and the head protector on the top
of the engine.
Use needle nose pliers to remove the blue glow plug lead
then remove the glow plug.
Always follow these precautions when running your Ten-T.
The electronics in this model are not waterproof and you
must avoid running it in or through standing water, wet
grass, mud or snow.
Do not run the Ten-T at dusk or in the dark when visibility is
limited.
Do not attempt to run this model if it will be out of sight for
any amount of time.
Do not run this model near a crowd of people.
Always check for proper radio function and battery condition
before operating.
Check to make sure that the tires are securely glued to the rims.
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Check the model thoroughly for loose nuts, bolts and screws
before and after running.
Disconnect the Red (+) lead from the starter motor.
Reattach the blue lead to the glow plug and hold it against
the silver section of the head.
Push the starter button - the element in the plug should
glow red. If not check with a new plug.
Make sure you use proper dirt tires if running off-road.
Never run the model with old or discharged batteries –
especially dry cells in the model.
If the model gets stuck do not pull the throttle as it may
result in damage to the engine or clutch.
Leave plenty of room to stop the model. It will take as much
room to stop as it did to accelerate.
Avoid repeated or prolonged heavy braking as this will cause
the brakes to overheat and fail.
Maintenance
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In addition to the service needs pointed out in this guide,
you should try to maintain your new Ten-T for proper
performance and to prevent wear. If dirt gets in the moving
parts it can seriously hinder the performance of the model.
Use compressed air, a soft paintbrush and/or a toothbrush
to remove dirt and dust. Avoid using solvents, if possible, as
this can actually wash the dirt into bearings and areas not
accessible without disassembly, causing additional wear. We
suggest you follow these basic guidelines.
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Remove as much freestanding dirt and dust as noted
above.
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Never leave fuel in the tank for more than a couple of
hours.
•
When done running for the day or longer, let the engine
run out of fuel. Remove the air cleaner and spray a little
water-displacing lubricant, or quality after-run engine
oil into the carburetor and spin the engine over a few
seconds.
•
If needed, clean and re-oil the air cleaner before installing
it back on the model.
•
Inspect the chassis for worn, broken or binding parts and
repair as necessary.
If neither plug glows the lead is damaged or the battery is
dead.
Replace the plug and head protector.
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Storage
Tuning the Front End of the Ten-T
Shock Location: The Ten-T has three mounting locations on the
front shock tower. The position can be easily adjusted by simply
moving the top of the shock to another hole. The standard
location works best on most surfaces. Moving the top of the
shock inward a hole will slow steering response and make the
Ten-T smoother in bumps. The standard position on the arm is
middle, which offers the best balance. Running the inside shock
location will give the Ten-T more steering into the turn and less
steering on corner exit. Running the shock location outside on
the front arm will give you less overall steering into the turn
and keep the front end flatter through the turn, making the
Ten-T smoother and easier to drive. This can be used on hightraction surfaces. Keep in mind as you move the shocks in on
the arm this will require internal limiters to obtain the correct
suspension travel. For the inside location a total of .200-inch
limiter works great. Losi sells a shock spacer set (LOSA5050) that
includes .030-inch, .060-inch, .090-inch and .120-inch spacers.
When you are done running the Ten-T for the day:
•
Blow it off with compressed air and/or use a soft bristle
paintbrush to remove dust and dirt from the chassis.
•
Use your fuel bottle to remove any remaining fuel out of
the fuel tank.
•
If the model is going to be stored for an extended time
period unplug the receiver battery and remove the
batteries from the transmitter.
Tuning, Adjusting and Maintaining the Ten-T
Periodically examine your Ten-T for the following:
•
Keep your vehicle clean using a brush to remove dirt
and dust.
•
Look for cracks in the suspension arms and other
molded parts.
•
Check that the tires are still glued to the wheels.
•
Check that all the wheel bearings are clean and lubricated.
•
Using your tools, attempt to tighten all the screws and
nuts.
•
Verify that the Chamber Links and Steering linkage are
not bent.
•
Check that the Toe and Chamber settings are as desired
and equal.
•
Check the Drivetrain:
o Check the Spur gear for wear.
o Check the Pinion gear.
•
Take the shocks off the vehicle and check, especially if they
appear to be leaking as it is time to rebuild them.
•
Look over all the wiring and connections for bare wire or
any place which could lead to a short circuit.
•
Turn on the radio and if the Yellow LED is off or dim
replace the 4 AA batteries in the transmitter.
•
Turn on both the transmitter and the model and note the
voltage of both. Replace the batteries in the transmitter
and/or recharge the LiPo battery in the model if low.
After you become familiar with driving your Ten-T,
you may need to reset or make adjustments for better
driving performance.
All of the Camber and Steering linkages feature left &
right-hand threads at either end like a turnbuckle to make
adjustments easy. The side with right-hand threads has a small
groove machined into it. Use the plastic turnbuckle wrench
supplied with the Ten-T to adjust these. Using the right-hand
threaded side as your reference: if you turn the link to the right
(clockwise) you will make it shorter. If you turn it to the left
(counterclockwise) you will make it longer. If you will be making
a lot of adjustments you should consider using the LOSA99165
Aluminum Turnbuckle Wrench.
Static Camber: This refers to the angle of the wheels/tires
relative to the surface (viewed from either the front or back).
Negative camber means that the top of the tire leans in toward
the chassis. Positive camber means the top of the tire leans out,
away from the chassis. Camber can be precisely measured with
after-market camber gauges, sold at a local hobby shop. It can
be measured (roughly) using any square (to the ground) object
by checking the gap between the square edge and the top of
the tire. Testing has shown that 1 degree of negative camber
is best for most track conditions. Increasing negative camber
(in the range of 1-2 degrees) will generally increase steering.
Decreasing negative camber (in the range of 0-1 degree) will
generally decrease steering and the Ten-T will feel easier to
drive as a result. This is, most often, a very critical adjustment in
tuning your Ten-T that can be made quickly and easily.
Just as in a real car, alignment is an important factor in your
vehicle’s handling. When you are ready to make adjustments
it is a good idea to have a flat work space to place your vehicle
on. This will enable you to easily and more quickly make both
Toe-in and Chamber adjustments. These adjustments should be
set with the vehicle sitting at its normal ride height.
Starting Settings
Carburetor:
High-Speed:
21/2 Turns Out
Low-Speed:
21/2 Turns Out
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Tuning the Rear End of the Ten-T
Inboard Camber Location: The Ten-T has two different inner
locations with vertical adjustment for the front camber tie
rod. In general, the lower or further out the inside position is,
relative to the outside, the more camber gain (total camber
change through the total throw of the suspension) is present.
This is an adjustment that is difficult to make a generic
statement as it can have slightly different results in various
conditions. The following is a summary of how this adjustment
will usually impact the handling of the Ten-T. A longer front
camber link will usually make the Ten-T feel stiffer. This will help
keep the Ten-T flatter with less roll, but can make the Ten-T
handle worse in bumpy conditions, it also will make the Ten-T
easier to drive. A shorter front camber link will result in more
front end roll, which will provide more steering on tighter turns
with the loss of some stability. You will also lose some highspeed steering but might gain some more steering response.
Too short of a front link may make the Ten-T feel “twitchy” or
“wandery” meaning that it may be difficult to drive straight at
high speed.
Shock Location: Moving the shocks out on the arm will result
in less forward traction and let the Ten-T make more of an arc
through the exit of the turn. In general, when changing shock
locations on the arm, it will be necessary to go down one spring
rate when moving out on the arm.
Static Camber: Having the same definition as for the front end
and measured in the same fashion, rear camber can also be a
critical tuning feature. Testing has shown that running a small
amount of negative camber (.5-1 degree) is best. Increasing
negative rear camber (in the range of 1.5-3 degrees) will
increase stability and traction in corners, but decrease highspeed stability. Decreasing rear camber (in the range of 0-1.5
degrees) will decrease stability and traction in corners, but will
increase high-speed stability.
Inboard Camber Location: The Ten-T has two inner camber
link locations. These locations work in the same fashion and
have the same effect as noted for the front. You will find that
you will get more noticeable changes with the outer locations
in the hub. In general the upper hole will make the Ten-T more
stable and keep the front end flatter. This works well on higher
traction surfaces. The lower location will make the steering
more aggressive which works well on lower traction surfaces.
This can be good in some conditions but can also make the
Ten-T difficult to drive in others.
Inboard Camber Vertical Adjustment: Washers are often
used under the inner ball stud mounting location; this is one
of the most important adjustments on the Ten-T. You should
get a feel for how the number of washers affects the handling.
Adding washers will make the Ten-T more stable and keep the
front end flatter. This works well on higher traction surfaces.
Removing washers will make the steering more aggressive,
which works well on lower traction surfaces. This can be good
in some conditions, but can also make the Ten-T difficult
to drive in others. The best all-around adjustment is with
three washers as the vehicle comes built. The washers that
are used are included in an assortment package of washers
(LOSA6350). In general the upper hole will make the Ten-T
more stable and keep the front end flatter. This works well
on higher traction surfaces. The lower location will make the
steering more aggressive which works well on lower traction
surfaces. This can be good in some conditions but can also
make the Ten-T difficult to drive in others.
Outboard Camber Location: Running the camber link in the
inside position on the hub will generate more rotation entering
a turn, but decrease steering on exit. Running the camber link
in the furthest outer position on the hub will generate more
stability entering a turn and increase steering on exit.
Toe-In: Having the same definition as for the front end, the toein can be adjusted on the Ten-T with the rear hubs. The stock
toe-in is 3 degrees of inboard per side and 0 degrees in the hub.
Increasing rear toe-in will increase forward traction and initial
steering, but reduce straightaway speed. Decreasing rear toe-in
will decrease forward traction and “free-up” the Ten-T. Less toein can be used to gain top speed.
Toe-In/Out: This is the parallel relationship of the front tires to
one another. Toe-in/out adjustments are made by changing the
overall length of the steering tie rods. Toe-in (the front of the
tires point inward, to a point in front of the front axle) will make
the Ten-T react a little slower, but have more steering from the
middle of the turn, out. The opposite is true with toe-out (the
front of the tires point outward, coming to a point behind the
front axle), the Ten-T will turn into the corner better but with
a decrease in steering from the middle of the turn, out. Toe-in
will help the Ten-T to “track” better on long straight high-speed
runs, where toe-out has a tendency to make the Ten-T wander.
We recommend to run between 0-degree of toe-in/out to 1
degree of toe-in.
Ride Height: This is the height of the chassis in relation to the
surface. It is an adjustment that affects the way your Ten-T
jumps, turns and goes through bumps. To check the ride
height, drop one end (front or rear) of the Ten-T from about a
5 to 6-inch height onto a flat surface. Once the Ten-T settles
into a position, check the height of that end of the Ten-T in
relationship to the surface. To raise the ride height, lower the
shock adjuster nuts on the shock evenly on the end (front or
rear) of the Ten-T that you are working on. To lower the ride
height, raise the shock adjuster nuts. Both left and right nuts
should be adjusted evenly. Check the setup sheet included and
for additional setup information visit www.losi.com.
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Troubleshooting your Ten-T
Use the same technique to adjust the rear ride height. Again,
refer to the included setup sheet. Every driver likes a little
different feel so you should try small ride height adjustment to
obtain the feel you like. This should be the last adjustments you
make after everything else is dialed in. Note: Do not use ride
height adjustments as a substitute for a spring rate change. If
your Ten-T needs a softer or firmer spring, change the spring.
Do not think that simply moving the shock nuts will change the
spring stiffness as it will NOT!
Many questions are the result of simple user errors or minor
adjustments which are easily addressed. If after reading below
you cannot resolve your problem, then please contact the
following agencies:
United States:
Please call 877-504-0233 or e-mail us at productsupport@
horizonhobby.com with any questions or concerns regarding
this product or warranty.
Wheels and Tires
United Kingdom:
Please call +44 (0) 1279 641 097 or e-mail us at sales@
horizonhobby.co.uk with any questions or concerns regarding
this product or warranty.
The tires come pre-mounted with the vehicle and should be
checked to make certain they stay glued to the wheels. The
wheel spinning speeds this vehicle is capable of tend to pull the
rubber tire away from the rim. When a tire or tires come loose
from the rim you will notice the vehicle is hard to control.
Radio system does not work properly:
Tip the vehicle on its side and using both hands to hold one
wheel at a time, use your thumb to press the tire away from the
rim. If you see a tire pull away from the rim use Losi Tire Glue
(LOSA7880 thick or LOSA7881 thin) to reglue. It only takes a
small drop of glue generally. Be careful—this is CA-type glue
and you do not want to glue your fingers to the wheel and tire.
If the power on your transmitter is not turning on, first check
to make sure the batteries are installed correctly. Check the
readout on the transmitter screen for sufficient voltage. There is
an alarm that sounds when this is too low but it may be turned
off. If the battery power is too low replace the four AA dry cells.
When you turn on the model the battery voltage will be shown
on the telemetry screen. If this is low recharge the LiPo battery
in the battery box of the radio tray. If the radio still does not
function you may need to rebind the radio. Refer to the stepby-step instructions elsewhere in this manual to bind your
system.
Use safety goggles when gluing tires.
Check the mounting of the tire periodically to ensure proper
performance and handling.
Short radio range:
If the radio range appears short, make sure the batteries are all
fully charged and/or are in good condition.
Steering or Throttle servo does not work:
Check all wires, radio system, battery connectors, and the
battery pack. Replace the servo if it remains unresponsive.
Engine will not start:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
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Make sure the LiPo battery in the model is fully charged.
Remove and check the glow plug as noted in the R.O.S.S.
operating instructions.
Make sure there is fuel in the tank.
Check the fuel line for holes or cuts.
Note that the fuel is getting up to the carburetor. If not
wait for the exhaust pipe to cool, put your finger over the
exhaust tip, and turn the engine over watching for the fuel
to go up the fuel line until it gets to the carburetor. Do not
continue to turn the engine over with your finger over the
exhaust tip after the fuel has reached the carburetor.
If the fuel has been left open or is over 6 months old, try
replacing the fuel including that in the fuel line.
Engine is hard to turn over:
1.
2.
3.
4.
If the engine is hard to turn over make sure the LiPo
battery in the model is fully charged.
The engine may be flooded. Remove the glow plug, turn
the model upside down over a rag and turn the engine
over. Raw fuel should spray out of the glow plug hole.
Replace the glow plug making sure you replace the small
copper gasket that goes on it.
If the engine will not turn over it is probably still new and
stuck at top dead center. Use a screwdriver to rotate the
flywheel on the engine counterclockwise until it moves
freely, turn the model off then on again and retry. It may
take several such tries to get it to start. After the engine
has been run 30 to 45 minutes you will find this will not
occur.
You should also refer to the R.O.S.S. operating instructions
in this manual for additional information and step-by-step
instructions.
Engine tries to start but will not run:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Engine may be loaded up with excess fuel inside. Pull the
trigger 1/4-inch and count to 5 before trying to start. If
starting improves repeat until the engine runs and idles.
Engine may be overheated. Let cool, open high-speed
needle 2 hours and retry.
If the fuel has been left open or is over 6 months old
try replacing the fuel including that in the fuel line.
Disconnect the red lead from the starter motor and push
the starter button for 5 seconds. Reattach the red lead
to the starter motor; apply full throttle and try starting. If
the engine starts, release the throttle immediately before
driving. If the engine refuses to start, check to make sure
there is fuel in the tank. If so, disconnect the fuel line
holding it at carburetor level pointing away from the
chassis. Turn the engine over for 5 to 10 seconds. Fuel
should run (squirt) out of the fuel line. If not check for
restrictions, holes, leaks, etc in the fuel and pressure lines.
If the engine refuses to start, read the “Engine Tuning”
section for more help.
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Servicing Your Shocks
From time to time you should check your shocks for adequate
fluid. If the fluid is low, or it is getting dirty, you should change
the fluid in the shocks. You may also want to change the shock
fluid and or the pistons to better address the conditions you
are running on. Regardless of what the reason you will want
to follow these simple steps to service, refill, and bleed your
Ten-T shocks. Note that if you are cleaning or changing the fluid
you will find the LOSA99217 Nitrotec™ Spray Cleaner to be the
quickest and easiest way to remove oil fluid and dirt safely.
1. If you are changing the pistons, clean the threads on
the end of the shock shaft and apply thread locker
(LOSA99202) to the threads.
2. Install the small shock piston washer and shock piston
using the 4-40 mini lock nut on the shock shaft to secure
them.
3. Put a drop of shock fluid on the shaft before replacing it in
the shock body.
4. If you are changing the shock end use the shock tool
provided with the Ten-T to hold the shaft. You will see that
this plastic tool has serrations on both sides that allow you
to hold it with a pair of pliers and not scratch up the micro
finished surface. This method works very well to protect
the shock shafts from damage.
5. After installing, make sure the shaft is fully extended when
filling the shock.
6. Fill the shock body with 30–35-weight shock fluid until it is
to the top of the Body.
7. Work the shock shaft up and down a few times. This will
release the air bubbles trapped beneath the piston.
8. Place the filled shock, in the upright position, off to the
side for a few minutes until the air bubbles escape from
the fluid.
9. Once all the air bubbles are out of the fluid, gently place
the shock bladder onto the top of the shock. Some fluid
will “bleed” from around the bladder.
10. Screw the shock cap onto the body until a little resistance
is felt.
11. Slowly push the shock shaft up. This will allow excess fluid
to bleed out.
12. Tighten the cap all the way down using the shock tools
included in your kit.
13. Move the shock shaft up and down. The shaft should be
easy to push up into the body of the shock.
14. If increased pressure is felt towards the top, there is too
much oil in the shock. Loosen the shock cap and bleed the
shock as done in steps 11 & 12.
15. Make sure each pair (front/rear) of shocks has the same
rebound and compression. This is checked by holding
one shock in each hand horizontally and pushing them
together by the shock end. Watch carefully to ensure that
both compress evenly. Now release both shocks and again
watch carefully as they should rebound the same.
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Warranty Information
Damage Limits
HORIZON SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR SPECIAL, INDIRECT
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, LOSS OF PROFITS OR
PRODUCTION OR COMMERCIAL LOSS IN ANY WAY CONNECTED
WITH THE PRODUCT, WHETHER SUCH CLAIM IS BASED IN
CONTRACT, WARRANTY, NEGLIGENCE, OR STRICT LIABILITY.
Further, in no event shall the liability of Horizon exceed the
individual price of the Product on which liability is asserted.
As Horizon has no control over use, setup, final assembly,
modification or misuse, no liability shall be assumed nor
accepted for any resulting damage or injury. By the act of use,
setup or assembly, the user accepts all resulting liability.
Warranty Period
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that the Products purchased (the “Product”) will be free from
defects in materials and workmanship at the date of purchase
by the Purchaser.
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(a) This warranty is limited to the original Purchaser
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AS PROVIDED UNDER THIS WARRANTY IS THE EXCLUSIVE
REMEDY OF THE PURCHASER. This warranty covers only those
Products purchased from an authorized Horizon dealer. Third
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reserves the right to change or modify this warranty without
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If you as the Purchaser or user are not prepared to accept
the liability associated with the use of this Product, you are
advised to return this Product immediately in new and unused
condition to the place of purchase.
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PARTICULAR PURPOSE OF THE PRODUCT. THE PURCHASER
ACKNOWLEDGES THAT THEY ALONE HAVE DETERMINED THAT
THE PRODUCT WILL SUITABLY MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF
THE PURCHASER’S INTENDED USE.
Safety Precautions
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.
The Product 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
injury.
(c) Purchaser Remedy- Horizon’s sole obligation hereunder shall
be that Horizon will, at its option, (i) repair or (ii) replace, any
Product determined by Horizon to be defective. In the event of
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reserves the right to inspect any and all equipment involved
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damage due to improper installation, operation, maintenance,
or attempted repair by anyone other than Horizon. Return
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Horizon before shipment.
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Questions, Assistance, and Repairs
Non-Warranty Repairs
Your local hobby store and/or place of purchase cannot provide
warranty support or repair. Once assembly, setup or use of the
Product has been started, you must contact Horizon directly.
This will enable Horizon to better answer your questions and
service you in the event that you may need any assistance.
For questions or assistance, please direct your email to
productsupport@horizonhobby.com, or call 877.504.0233 toll
free to speak to a service technician.
Should your repair not be covered by warranty the repair will be
completed and payment will be required without notification
or estimate of the expense unless the expense exceeds 50%
of the retail purchase cost. By submitting the item for repair
you are agreeing to payment of the repair without notification.
Repair estimates are available upon request. You must include
this request with your repair. Non-warranty repair estimates will
be billed a minimum of 1/2 hour of labor. In addition you will
be billed for return freight. Please advise us of your preferred
method of payment. Horizon accepts money orders and
cashiers checks, as well as Visa, MasterCard, American Express,
and Discover cards. If you choose to pay by credit card, please
include your credit card number and expiration date. Any
repair left unpaid or unclaimed after 90 days will be considered
abandoned and will be disposed of accordingly. Please note:
non-warranty repair is only available on electronics and model
engines.
Inspection or Repairs
If this Product needs to be inspected or repaired, please call for
a Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA). Pack the Product
securely using a shipping carton. Please note that original
boxes may be included, but are not designed to withstand the
rigors of shipping without additional protection. Ship via a
carrier that provides tracking and insurance for lost or damaged
parcels, as Horizon is not responsible for merchandise until it
arrives and is accepted at our facility. A Service Repair Request
is available at www.horizonhobby.com on the “Support” tab.
If you do not have internet access, please include a letter with
your complete name, street address, email address and phone
number where you can be reached during business days, your
RMA number, a list of the included items, method of payment
for any non-warranty expenses and a brief summary of the
problem. Your original sales receipt must also be included for
warranty consideration. Be sure your name, address, and RMA
number are clearly written on the outside of the shipping
carton.
United States:
Electronics and engines requiring inspection or repair should be
shipped to the following address:
Horizon Service Center
4105 Fieldstone Road
Champaign, Illinois 61822
USA
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Warranty Inspection and Repairs
Horizon Product Support
4105 Fieldstone Road
Champaign, Illinois 61822
USA
Please call 877-504-0233 or e-mail us at productsupport@
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this product or warranty.
To receive warranty service, you must include your original sales
receipt verifying the proof-of-purchase date. Provided warranty
conditions have been met, your Product will be repaired or
replaced free of charge. Repair or replacement decisions are at
the sole discretion of Horizon Hobby.
United Kingdom:
Electronics and engines requiring inspection or repair should be
shipped to the following address:
Horizon Hobby UK
Units 1-4 Ployters Rd
Staple Tye
Harlow, Essex
CM18 7NS
United Kingdom
Please call +44 (0) 1279 641 097 or e-mail us at sales@
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Declaration of Conformity
(in accordance with ISO/IEC 17050-1)
Instructions for Disposal of WEEE by Users in the
European Union
No. HH20091013
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 collection 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.
Product(s):
Ten-T RTR
Item Number(s):
LOSB0126
Equipment class:
2
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3.4 Heat Sink – Orange...................................... $44.99
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3.4 Carburetor Complete................................. $44.99
3.4 Carb O-Rings & Bellows................................$4.99
3.4 Starter Rotor/Shaft..........................................$6.99
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x
x
2 degrees OUT
30mm
-1 degree
Stock/20 degrees
1.8mm
2 holes @ 1mm/30 wt
Black/Medium
3
2
1
Inside
Center
Outside
1
2
86mm Center to Center
Long
Down
Position 2
Position 2 / Center
Grease
1000mAh
Use 1.6mm Sway Bar for more steering
Grease
3 degrees
2 degrees
32mm
-1.5 degrees
2 spacers on both sides
2.0 mm
2 holes @ 1mm/30 wt
Black/Medium
1
2
3
B
A
Inside
Center
Outside
1
2
102.4mm Center to Center
Position 2 - B
Position 2 - Center
Grease
Losi 3.4
Stock
Nitrotane 20%
Stock
17/48
Notes
23
Move rear hubs back for more
on-power steering
©2009 Losi, A division of Horizon Hobby, Inc.
Not responsible for typographical errors.
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Printed 09/2009
800-0409
17050
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