Animus | HLNA0188 | Owner`s manual | Animus HLNA0188 Owner`s manual

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HLNA0038
HLNA0186
OWNER’S MANUAL AND EXPLODED VIEW
LENGTH
235mm (9.25in)
WIDTH
172mm (6.8in)
HEIGHT
81mm (3.2in)
WHEELBASE
159mm (6.3in)
WHEEL DIAMETER
42mm (1.65in) X 23mm (0.91in)
TIRE DIAMETER
60mm (2.36in)
WEIGHT*
540g (1.2lb)
BATTERY
1,100mAh NiMH 6-CELL, 7.2v
MOTOR
370 SIZE
RADIO
2.4GHz 2-CHANNEL
CHARGER
AC WALL TRICKLE
*APPROXIMATE OUT-OF-THE-BOX WEIGHT
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Entire contents ©2014 Helion RC
Before using your product, review all documentation and inspect the products carefully. If for some reason
you decide it is not what you wanted, then do not continue with unpacking, setup or operation of your
product. Your local hobby dealer cannot accept a product for return or exchange after partaking in actions
that produce wear and tear.
Read, understand and follow all instructions and accompanying material carefully before operating or assembling your vehicle to prevent serious damage to your vehicle. Failure to complete these tasks properly
or intentional aversion to the content will be considered abuse and/or neglect.
Product specifications are subject to change without notice. Due to ongoing development, the actual product may vary from images shown.
This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other
reproductive harm.
This product is not a toy! (14+) Recommended for ages 14 and up. Adult supervision required for ages
under 18 years old. Contains small parts, keep out of reach of children 3 years of age and younger.
# PACKAGE CONTENTS...
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[1] ANIMUS 18TR
[1] Battery
[1] Radio transmitter
[1] Wall charger
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8.
# ITEMS NEEDED TO COMPLETE...
[1] Documentation package
[1] Antenna tube
[1] 4-Way cross wrench
[1] 1.5mm L-wrench
1. [8] 1.5V AA type alkaline batteries for transmitter
a. To help the environment, consider replacing the disposable batteries for this
transmitter and for other household electronic items with rechargeable batteries. Visit your local hobby dealer for hobby grade chargers and batteries
b. Patience while reading thoroughly through all of the instructions and guides
that will help ensure you get the most out of your new Helion RC product
# RECOMMENDED TOOLS (NOT INCLUDED)...
• Please use caution and follow the manufacturer’s recommended operating instructions for these items
and always wear eye protection
METRIC HEX SCREWDRIVER SET
HOBBY KNIFE
SCREWDRIVERS
CURVED HOBBY SCISSORS
SIDE CUTTING PLIERS
NEEDLE NOSE PLIERS
BODY REAMER
CA GLUE
# THE ANIMUS 18 ELECTRONICS...
SERVO
ANTENNA
MOUNT
LVC
BIND
MOTOR
MOTOR PLUG
ON/OFF
ESC/
RECEIVER
ANTENNA
BATTERY
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BATTERY
PLUG
GEAR COVER
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# GETTING STARTED...
1. Carefully remove the box contents using side cutting pliers to cut the tie straps
2. Remove body and battery battery from vehicle to prepare for charging
a. Read charging instructions and understand all warnings and cautions before proceeding. This
product is not a toy and should not be charged, operated, or maintained without supervision of
an adult
b. Return to this guide in the presence of the charging battery, remembering never to leave the battery unattended while charging
3. Install antenna tube by sliding antenna into tube and inserting tube into mount on receiver. Be careful
not to pinch the antenna during installation. Install set screw vertically next to the antenna with included
L wrench to secure the antenna in place. NOTE: Do NOT fold end of antenna over end of tube, this will
reduce the range of the radio system and can cause interference when operating your vehicle
4. Install the [8] AA type alkaline batteries into the transmitter
5. Install the fully charged battery into the vehicle, be sure to install the pins into the lower of the two holes
in the battery mounting posts
6. Ensure the motor is plugged into the ESC
7. Ensure the switch is in the OFF position and connect the battery to the ESC
8. Read and understand transmitter cautions and setting instructions before use
a. Confirm settings for steering and throttle trim
9. Install body with 4 supplied clips; turn your equipment ON (radio first!) and enjoy!
# CHARGING THE BATTERY...
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Never leave the battery unattended while charging
Never operate the charger without adult supervision
Never charge a warm battery, always allow the battery to cool to room temperature before charging
Never drop the charger or battery
Never attempt to charge a damaged battery
Inspect the battery and charger before use. Never charge a battery or charger if the wire or connector has
been damaged or if the battery has experienced a short
• Incorrect use of the battery, connections, or charging equipment can cause personal injury or property
damage
• Never allow batteries or charger to come in contact with moisture at any time
• Stop charging immediately if the battery or charger becomes hot or changes form during use
NOTE: Only use chargers designed for use with NiMH batteries for the RC industry, using the supplied connector. Use of other (non-RC specific) chargers or connectors can permanently damage the battery and/or
connected equipment. Genuine NiMH replacement batteries are available at your local hobby dealer.
1. Plug the charger into a properly grounded standard US wall plug
2. Plug the battery into the charger and place the battery on/in a non-flammable surface/container and
away from any flammable objects
3. A fully discharged battery should charge in approximately 4-5 hours
a. Caution: Periodically monitor the temperature of the battery while charging, if the temperature
exceeds 115°F (45°C), disconnect the battery from the charger and allow it to cool before reconnecting
4. Unplug the battery from the charger when the battery is slightly warm to the touch, indicating the battery had been fully charged
a. NOTE: Using a peak detection charger is recommended and will provide you with a faster and better charging experience. We recommend the Primal Multi-Chemistry charger by Radient RC.
b. Warning: Never charge the included battery at a charge current exceeding 1.5A
5. Remove charger from wall plug
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# UNDERSTANDING YOUR TRANSMITTER...
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Features:
1. Steering wheel: controls left/right motion (designed to be operated with right hand)
2. Throttle trigger: controls forward/reverse motion (designed to be operated with left index finger)
3. Handle: For holding the transmitter (designed to be held with left hand)
4. Antenna: Transmits signal to the receiver located in the vehicle
5. Control panel cover: Covers control panel housing radio setting controls
6. ON/OFF Switch: Turns the power ON/OFF for the transmitter
7. Indicator lights: Multifunction Green LED
a. Solid Green: Adequate battery voltage for proper operation
b. Flashing Green: Low battery voltage warning, batteries should be replaced/recharged before
continued use
8. Bind button: Used for binding the transmitter to the receiver
9. Steering Trim: Controls the “hands-off” left/right direction of the vehicle
10. Throttle Trim: Adjusts the motor speed to STOP when trigger is in “hands-off” (neutral) position
11. Steering Dual Rate (D/R): Adjust the total throw of the steering travel
12. Battery compartment: houses [8] AA batteries for powering the transmitter
13. Bottom cover: Closes the battery compartment, containing the AA batteries
Batteries:
WARNING: Do not attempt to charge non-rechargeable batteries
• Remove the lower door from the transmitter to access the battery compartment
• Install [8] AA type batteries into the compartment
›› Pay close attention to battery polarity (+/-) indicators during installation
• Never mix brands or old/new batteries
• Always remove dead batteries from the transmitter
• If using rechargeable batteries, be sure to follow the manufacturer’s care and use instructions
• Rechargeable batteries must be removed from transmitter before charging
• Always be sure to be responsible and protect the environment when disposing batteries. Your local
hobby dealer provides a FREE battery disposal service
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# ...TRANSMITTER CONTINUED...
Standard operation:
• Turning the transmitter wheel to the left from center makes the wheels on the vehicle turn LEFT
• Turning the transmitter wheel to the right from center makes the wheels on the vehicle turn RIGHT
• Pulling the transmitter trigger back towards the handle will make the vehicle accelerate forward
• Pushing the transmitter trigger forward away from the handle will have the following affects depending
on the location of the trigger prior to pushing it forward
›› From a stop at neutral: the vehicle will travel in reverse
›› From pulled back: the vehicle will apply brakes to slow the speed
»» A second push forward of the trigger will apply reverse throttle
»» WARNING: Causing the vehicle to make quick transitions from forward/reverse motion to
the opposite direction using the throttle control can cause damage to your vehicle and will
void the warranty
Using your transmitter for the first time:
1. Turn the transmitter ON and ensure the LED is lit SOLID indicating the batteries are supplying adequate
voltage for proper operation
2. Setting the throttle trim
a. If the wheels spin in a forward direction when the trigger is in the neutral position, turn down the
trim until the motor stops
b. If the wheels spin in a reverse direction when the trigger is in the neutral position, turn up the trim
until the motor stops
c. There will be a “dead band” area where the trim can be adjusted a slight amount in either direction and the wheels will not begin to move. It is ideal to have the trim set in the middle of this
“dead band”
3. Setting the steering trim
a. With your vehicle and transmitter turned on (and properly responding to transmitter inputs), set
the vehicle down on the ground and slowly accelerate in a direction directly away from you. If the
vehicle veers slightly either to the left or right, stop the vehicle and adjust the Steering Trim knob
in the opposite direction of the veer in small increments
b. Reset the vehicle and re-test; adjust the trim as needed until the vehicle travels in a straight line
while the transmitter wheel remains at center location (“hands-off”)
TURN LEFT
[PULL]
FORWARD
THROTTLE
TURN RIGHT
[PUSH]
REVERSE
THROTTLE
ON/OFF
SWITCH
LOW VOLTAGE CUT-OFF
LED INDICATOR
BIND/ESC SET BUTTON
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# ...TRANSMITTER CONTINUED...
Binding the radio system:
The process of allowing communication to occur between a 2.4GHz transmitter and receiver is called “binding” (sometimes referred to as “matching” or “pairing”). The radio system included with your product comes
pre-configured and bound from the factory. In the event your system loses binding, or one of the components has been replaced, you will need to re-bind the transmitter and receiver. Follow the below steps for
re-binding your radio system
1. Ensure the transmitter has good (new or charged) batteries installed and that it is powered OFF before
starting
2. Connect a fully charged battery pack to the electronics module and ensure it is powered OFF before
starting
3. Use a small blunt object (not sharp) to press and hold the bind button on the electronics module and
move the switch to the ON position
4. Release the bind button on the electronics module
5. The red LED will flash quickly on the electronics module
6. Press and hold the bind button on the transmitter and move the switch to the ON position
7. Release the bind button on the transmitter
8. The green LED on the transmitter will flash slowly and the red LED on the receiver will change to flashing
slowly, then turn off, then back on
9. Move the power switches to the OFF position, first on the electronics module, then on the transmitter
10. Move the power switches to the ON position, first the transmitter, then on the electronics module
11. Ensure normal operation of throttle and steering
12. If you experience anything other than normal operation, repeat the process
Calibrating your ERS unit’s ESC to the Transmitter:
Properly setting the ESC to the transmitter ensures the ESC “knows” when you are trying to apply full throttle
or full brake/reverse. NOTE: It is best to perform this procedure with all batteries fully charged
1. Ensure TH. Trim is centered and set to 0 on the transmitter, then turn the transmitter and ESC ON
2. With throttle trigger in neutral position, press the Bind/Set button on ESC for 3 seconds until LED flashes
3. With throttle trigger in full throttle posiiton, press the Bind/Set button on ESC once quickly
4. With the throttle trigger set in full brake position, press the bind/set button once quickly
5. Your ESC is now set, turn off the power to your vehicle and turn it back on
6. Your ESC is now set to your transmitter. Always re-perform this procedure after binding your radio
Using the LVC function with LiPo Batteries:
When using a LiPo battery with your vehicle, you must turn the LVC to “LiPo” to ensure the ESC will not overdischarge the battery, causing damage and risk of fire. Ensure you have the LVC set to “NiMH” when using
your vehicle with standard NiMH batteries.
# ADJUSTMENTS AND TUNING...
The Animus 18TR has been engineered with some available tuning options listed here for reference.
Ride height adjustment: It is possible to adjust the ride height of your Animus 18TR by installing and or
removing adjustment clips located directly above the shock springs
• Adding more clips will raise the ride height of the vehicle and if done excessively may decrease stability.
• Removing clips will lower the ride height and may cause the chassis to drag on the ground.
• It is ideal to have the drive shafts level with the ground while the vehicle is sitting on a flat surface with
the body installed. Add or remove clips to achieve the desired ride height
Shock Position: There are two shock installation locations for the top mounting location of the shocks. The
default position is inside (located closer to the centerline of the chassis)
• Moving the shock mounting location to the outer location will result in a slightly more responsive feel on
the front or rear of the vehicle
• Always check and adjust, if necessary, the ride height of your vehicle after moving the shock mounting
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# ADJUSTMENTS AND TUNING CONTINUED...
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Battery position: It is possible to run your Animus 18TR with the battery either in a forward or rear position.
• The battery is located in the rear position from the factory. This is ideal for optimum traction and stability.
• If you desire more responsive steering and less stability, moving the battery to the forward position will
provide this feeling
Body Mount Height: The body mounts on the Animus 18TR are capable of vertical adjustment with 4 height
options available
• The default setting allows for the lowest body position while maintaining component clearance
• Adjust the body mounts to achieve a desired look
# SAFETY TIPS...
Although great for first time users, Helion RC products are indeed advanced radio controlled vehicles with
sensitive electronics and moving parts capable of causing injury if used improperly. Always use caution and
common sense as failure to operate your Helion RC product in a safe and responsible manner can result in
damage to the product or other properties. Therefore this product is not intended for use or maintenance
by children without direct adult supervision. Helion RC and your hobby dealer shall not be liable for any loss
or damages, whether direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential, arising from the use, misuse, or
abuse of this product or any product required to operate or maintain it
• For your safety, do not operate your vehicle in rain, electrical, or thunder storms
• The vehicle should never be turned ON without the transmitter being turned ON
• Never operate your vehicle when with low transmitter batteries
›› Indicated by flashing LED on the transmitter
• Always check for proper radio system operation (steering and throttle) prior to letting go of the vehicle. If
the vehicle does not respond properly to transmitter input, turn the vehicle OFF and inspect all connections and operating environment. Also see the Troubleshooting guide in this manual
• Operate in a dry (no puddles), open environment away from traffic, and cars (never run into the street
for any reason)
• Always turn off both transmitter and ESC and disconnect the battery from the ESC after use
• Exercise extreme caution when touching the motor immediately after running your vehicle, it may be
HOT and may cause a burn
• Always allow the motor in your vehicle to cool before using again
NOTE: Only use genuine replacement or aftermarket parts available from your local hobby dealer to ensure proper operation of your Helion RC product.
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# CARE AND MAINTENANCE...
General Care:
• Always use clean, dry cloth or soft bristle brush to clean your equipment
• Never use chemical cleansers to avoid damage to the sensitive electronics and plastics
Maintenance:
We want you to enjoy your product to its fullest potential. For this to happen it is important to keep your
product clean and properly maintained. Lack of cleaning and maintenance can cause component failure. For
best and continued performance from your product it is recommended to briefly inspect your product for
damage every few runs. Typically, a good time to do this is when changing the battery or while it is charging.
If a problem is discovered, stop use immediately and seek repairs. Continued use of failed components can
cause more unnecessary damage to your product. Always remember to use genuine replacement parts from
your local hobby dealer. Below is a list of items for inspection. Inspection should not be limited to this list; if
you notice any problem, listed or not, it is recommended to give it proper attention
1. Electronics: The electronics included in your vehicle are not waterproof. It is critical that they be kept
away from moisture and that any moisture noticed on or around them be immediately cleaned up
a. Antenna: To achieve full operating range with your radio system, it is critical that the receiver
antenna be installed properly and undamaged
i. Inspect any exposed antenna for cuts or abrasions
ii. Ensure there are no kinks in the antenna or antenna tube
iii. Never fold the end of the antenna over the tube, this will reduce the range and damage the
antenna
2. Gears: Periodically remove the gear cover to inspect the gears and ensure there is no debris in the gear
compartment
a. Proper gear mesh setting is crucial for proper operation and life of gears in your product. It is
important to have the pinion gear (attached to motor) as close to the spur gear (attached to drive
shaft) as possible yet while providing a minimal amount of backlash. Backlash is the rotation one
gear has to make before contacting the other. Having the gear mesh set too tight will cause excess
load on the electrical components and may cause premature failure. Having gear mesh set too
loose will cause excess wear and possible skipping of teeth during operation thus causing excess
wear and premature failure
b. Checking the gear mesh
i. Remove the spur gear cover
ii. Press downward on the top deck close to the spur gear to hold in place
iii. Check how much movement is allowed of the spur gear before the pinion gear moves (this is
purely by feel, not visual)
iv. If the spur gear is allowed to move more than a very small amount, or if it there is no backlash, the gear mesh must be adjusted
v. Setting the gear mesh
01).Loosen the two screws on the bottom of the chassis the hold the motor in place
02).Slide motor all the way to the spur gear, so there is no backlash
03).Move back slightly and hold the motor snugly in position while retightening the bottom screws
04).Re-check the gear mesh and adjust again if necessary
vi. Re-install the spur gear cover
WARNING: Never operate your vehicle with the spur gear cover removed. Severe injury, damage to electrical components, and excessive wear and tear on drivetrain may result.
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# ...MAINTENANCE CONTINUED...
3. Shocks: Periodically inspect the shocks for smooth/free motion, leaking oil and dirt residue build up
around the shaft
a. Do not allow dirt to build up around the shock shaft and bottom of the shock. Doing so will reduce
the life of the shock and cause a shock to leak oil. Be sure to clean the shocks regularly with a
clean and dry soft bristle brush and/or rag
b. Signs to look out for determining if your shock needs to be maintained or rebuilt
i. Oil around the shaft means the oil leaked from inside and needs to be replaced
ii. Persistent oil around the shock shaft or lower portion of the shock typically points to damaged O-rings which will need replacing. See your local hobby dealer for replacement parts
iii. Refilling your shocks:
01).Remove shock from vehicle, remove spring and top cap
02).With shock shaft extended, add oil to top of body (use only 100% silicone oil)
03).Slowly compress the shock shaft 50% of travel using a towel or paper napkin to clean
up overflowed oil
04).Slowly reinstall the shock cap and check for free motion of shock
05).It is normal for the shock to rebound (with the spring removed) after full compression
and release
iv. Replacing the O-rings:
01).Disassemble shock and remove shaft from the body
02).Carefully remove lower cap by prying with a finger nail or similar object
03).Remove the O-rings and replace with genuine replacement parts
04).Re-assemble the shock following the Refilling instructions above
4. Tires and wheels:
a. Inspect the tires to ensure they are properly glued to the wheels. The tires on your vehicle come
pre-glued from the factory; however after running your vehicle it is possible for the glue to come
loose in some areas.
i. To reattach the tire to the wheel, use hobby grade Cyanoacrylate (CA) glue and apply small
amounts (one drop at a time) between the tire and wheel. Allow the glue to fully dry before
operating your vehicle
Caution: Be sure to use extreme care when using hobby-grade CA glue. It is specially formulated to cure
quickly and create a strong bond. It will bond skin and can cause injury if used improperly. Follow manufacturer’s warnings and directions when using CA glue. It is always recommended to wear eye protection
when maintaining your vehicle.
ii. When reinstalling tires, use caution when tightening the nuts that secure the wheels to the
vehicle. Ensure they rotate freely but don’t wobble excessively. Over tightening the wheels
will cause excess strain on the electrical and mechanical components of your vehicle. Operating your vehicle under these conditions will void your warranty
iii. Tire wear: Consequently running your vehicle will cause the tires to eventually wear out. Be
sure to obtain and use genuine replacement parts from your local hobby dealer
5. General wear and tear:
a. Use of your vehicle will cause general wear and tear which is not covered under warranty yet may
necessitate replacement of components. Continued operation of your product with use of worn
components may cause continued damage to other components
b. Be sure to regularly inspect your vehicle and accessories for excess wear and damaged components
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# TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE...
Problem / Symptom
Possible Solution
Charge battery
Vehicle will not turn on
Re/connect battery
Replace battery
Charge or change batteries
Transmitter will not
turn on
Correct installation
Check receiver antenna for damage. Ensure
Damaged or improperly installed antenna is properly installed in tube and
Short radio range (Vereceiver antenna
mount, extending perpendicular from the
hicle stops responding
ground
to transmitter at short
distances)
Transmitter battery voltage too
Replace batteries
low
Gear mesh too loose
Tighten gear mesh for proper backlash
Spur gears stripping
Check for loose fasteners on spur gear cover
Fasteners loose or missing
and motor mount
Trim not set properly
Adjust steering trim
Steering not responding
Screws
too
tight
on
steering
as expected
Adjust screws to allow for free motion
components
Trims not set properly
Adjust throttle and/or steering trim
Vehicle not responding
Radio system lost bind
Re-bind radio system
as expected to transmitCheck motor and battery plugs to ensure they
ter
Bad electrical connections
are fully connected
Battery voltage too low
Charge battery
Drivetrain has too much friction Check and slightly loosen wheel nuts
Vehicle top speed and
Gear mesh too tight
Loosen gear mesh
acceleration is slow
Pinion gear is loose
Check and tighten set screw on motor pinion
Check for missing wheel pins (behind wheel
Drive pin missing or stripped
hexes), or dogbone pins
Shock O-ring seals are worn
Replace O-rings and refill shock with oil
Shocks and/or arms cov- Top shock cap too loose or over
Check tightness (finger tight), refill shock oil
ered in oil
tightened
Bottom shock cap dislodged
Check installation, refill shock oil
LVC set to LiPo Mode when using If using a NiMH battery, ensure the LVC is set
a NiMH battery
to NiMH
Battery does not last
long
Battery has deteriorated and
Replace battery with compatible type or
needs replacement
upgrade
Vehicle only has forward
Center the TH trim and re-calibrate the ESC
or reverse throttle but
The TH trim is not centered
using the directions on page 6.
not both
Set the Steering D/R to maximum then turn
The vehicle does not
The Steering D/R is turned down
down to prevent over-travel of the servo
steer very tight
too low
while still achieving maximum throw.
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Possible Cause
Battery voltage too low
Battery not connected
Damaged battery
Battery voltage too low
Battery/ies installed improperly
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# STORAGE AND DISPOSAL...
Before contacting customer support, recall that this is a hobby grade product intended
to be user serviceable. Please take the time to fully inspect your product for any obvious causes to the issues you are experiencing. Below are some of the most common
issues experienced. Scan the QR code to the right with your smart phone for quick
access to the product support page on our website.
1. Dead transmitter or vehicle batteries will cause the product to malfunction and not
work properly. As with TV remote controls in your home, if the batteries are dead,
they don’t work. Start power related troubleshooting with fresh batteries in the
transmitter and recharged batteries in the vehicle.
2. Connections between the Battery, ESC, and Motor are critical to the performance of the product. Running in various debris may cause foreign objects to snag on wires, causing connections to come loose. It
is a good idea to unplug and reconnect motor and battery connections when beginning troubleshooting.
3. Drivetrain issues can mask themselves as power related. Fully inspect the wheels, driveshafts, and motor
for foreign objects that may have become tangled or wrapped around the spinning parts of the drivetrain. Small objects like fishing line for example, can wrap around a drive shaft, overheat and melt due to
the friction and cause the entire drivetrain to lock up. Although a big problem, it can be difficult to see
when inspecting. Always remove the wheels from your vehicle when starting drivetrain related issues.
4. When running in dirt and areas with a lot of debris, the motor can be exposed to foreign contaminants
such as grass, twigs, or other objects which can get lodged in the cooling holes of the motor, causing the
motor to lock up and stop functioning. Inspect the holes of your motor for foreign objects and remove
them if present.
5. Healthy gears are crucial to a properly functioning vehicle. If you hear your vehicle making very loud
noises, you should immediately stop and check the gears for foreign debris. Even a small pebble can get
lodged into the teeth of the pinion gear, which would practically destroy the spur gear quickly.
# STORAGE AND DISPOSAL...
Storage:
• Always store all equipment in a cool dry place when not in use
• Always disconnect the batteries before storage
• Never store the battery, vehicle or transmitter in direct sunlight for extended periods of time
• Never store the transmitter with batteries installed for extended periods of time. Doing so may allow the
batteries to leak and cause permanent damage to the transmitter
Disposal:
Your product is equipped with NiMH batteries which are considered electronic waste and should never be
discarded in standard garbage containers. Please visit your local hobby dealer and use the FREE battery
disposal center for proper disposal/recycling
# SPARE PARTS LIST...
HLNA0002........Main Chassis (Animus 18SC, 18TR).............................................................................................
HLNA0003........Top Plate, Battery Strap & Posts (Animus 18SC, 18TR)................................................................
HLNA0004........Gear Covers, Gear Boxes (Animus 18SC, 18TR)..........................................................................
HLNA0005........Suspension Arms, Front-Rear (Animus 18SC, 18TR)....................................................................
HLNA0006........Shock Towers, Front-Rear (Animus 18SC, 18TR)..........................................................................
HLNA0007........Steering Blocks, Rear Hubs (Animus 18SC, 18TR).......................................................................
HLNA0008........Steering Parts & Servo Saver (Animus 18SC, 18TR).....................................................................
HLNA0009........Drive Shafts Front-Rear & Center (Animus 18SC, 18TR)..............................................................
HLNA0010........Motor Mount & Insert (Animus 18SC, 18TR)..............................................................................
HLNA0011........Rod Set, Molded, With Ball Studs (Animus 18SC, 18TR).............................................................
HLNA0012........Front-Rear Shock Set With Ball Studs (Animus 18SC, 18TR).......................................................
HLNA0013........Shock Seals (Animus 18SC, 18TR)................................................................................................
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# SPARE PARTS CONTINUED...
HLNA0014........Shock Springs (Animus 18SC, 18TR).............................................................................................
HLNA0015........Hinge Pins And Washers (Animus 18SC, 18TR)............................................................................
HLNA0016........Differential Outdrives & Axles (Animus 18SC, 18TR)...................................................................
HLNA0017........Wheel Hexes, Clips, Antenna Tube (Animus 18SC, 18TR).............................................................
HLNA0018........Axle Bearing Set (Animus 18SC, 18TR).........................................................................................
HLNA0019........Gearbox Bearing Set (Animus 18SC, 18TR)..................................................................................
HLNA0020........Spur Gears, 45T (Animus 18SC, 18TR)..........................................................................................
HLNA0021........Pinion Gears, M0.6, 11T, 12T, 13T, 14T (Animus 18SC, 18TR)......................................................
HLNA0022........Complete Differential & Pinion Gear (Animus 18SC, 18TR).........................................................
HLNA0026........Hardware & Screws (Animus 18SC, 18TR)....................................................................................
HLNA0027........ESC, Receiver, Servo Module (Animus 18SC, 18TR)......................................................................
HLNA0028........Battery, 7.2V 1,100mAh, NiMH, Micro Plug.................................................................................
HLNA0029........Motor, 370 4,200 RPM, Brushed..................................................................................................
HLNA0030........Wall Charger, NiMH 9V-500mA 6C Micro Plug (US).....................................................................
HLNA0031........Animus 18SC Owner’s Manual.....................................................................................................
HLNA0032........Helion HRS-2 2.4Ghz 2-Ch Transmitter.........................................................................................
HLNA0037........Body, Yellow (Animus 18SC).........................................................................................................
HLNA0038........Animus 18TR 4x4 Electric Truggy (US)..........................................................................................
HLNA0039........Body, Blue (Animus 18TR)............................................................................................................
HLNA0040........Body, Red (Animus 18TR).............................................................................................................
HLNA0041........Body, Yellow (Animus 18TR).........................................................................................................
HLNA0042........Body, Clear (Animus 18TR)...........................................................................................................
HLNA0043........Wheels & Tires, Left-Right (Animus 18TR)...................................................................................
HLNA0044........Bumpers And Body Mounts (Animus 18TR).................................................................................
HLNA0045........Animus 18TR Owner’s Manual.....................................................................................................
HLNA0046........Wall Charger, NiMH 9V-500mA 6C Micro Plug (UK).....................................................................
HLNA0047........Wall Charger, NiMH 9V-500mA 6C Micro Plug (EU).....................................................................
HLNA0048........Wall Charger, NiMH 9V-500mA 6C Micro Plug (AU).....................................................................
HLNA0050........Servo, 5-Wire (Animus 18SC, 18TR).............................................................................................
HLNA0161........Aluminum Front Shocks, Orange (Animus 18SC, 18TR)...............................................................
HLNA0162........Aluminum Rear Shocks, Orange (Animus 18SC, 18TR).................................................................
HLNA0163........Differential Outdrive Cups, Steel (Animus 18SC, 18TR)................................................................
HLNA0164........Aluminum Drive Shafts, Orange (Animus 18SC, 18TR).................................................................
HLNA0165........Aluminum Battery Strap, Orange (Animus 18SC, 18TR)...............................................................
HLNA0166........Aluminum Chassis Top Plate, Orange (Animus 18SC, 18TR).........................................................
HLNA0167........Aluminum Rear Hub Carriers, 2 Deg, Orange (Animus 18SC, 18TR).............................................
HLNA0168........Aluminum Rear Shock Tower, Orange (Animus 18SC, 18TR)........................................................
HLNA0169........Aluminum Front Shock Tower, Orange (Animus 18SC, 18TR).......................................................
HLNA0170........Aluminum Motor Mount, Orange (Animus 18SC, 18TR)..............................................................
HLNA0171........Aluminum Caster Block, 5 Deg, Or (Animus 18SC, 18TR).............................................................
HLNA0172........Aluminum Wheel Hexes, Orange (Animus 18SC, 18TR)...............................................................
HLNA0173........Aluminum Gear Cover, Orange (Animus 18SC, 18TR)..................................................................
HLNA0174........Aluminum Center Driveshaft, Orange (Animus 18SC, 18TR)........................................................
HLNA0175........Aluminum Rear Bumper, Orange (Animus 18TR).........................................................................
HLNA0176........Aluminum Motor Heat Sink, Orange (Animus 18SC, 18TR)..........................................................
HLNA0186........Animus 18TR 4x4 Electric Truggy (UK).........................................................................................
HLNA0188........Animus 18TR 4x4 Electric Truggy (EU).........................................................................................
HLNA0223........Animus 18TR 4x4 Electric Truggy (AU).........................................................................................
HLNA0463........ESC, Receiver Servo Unit, Waterproof, LiPo Ready (18-US)..........................................................
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# SHOCKS EXPLODED VIEW...
HLNA0013
HLNA0012
HLNA0014
# DIFFERENTIAL EXPLODED VIEW...
HLNA0022
HLNA0019
HLNA0019
HLNA0016
HLNA0026
HLNA0016
HLNA0022
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...ANIMUS 18TR
HLNA0050
HLNA0463
HLNA0008
HLNA0029
HLNA0043
HLNA0044
HLNA0006
HLNA0011
HLNA0009
HLNA0008
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HLNA0044
HLNA0005
HLNA0012
HLNA0011
HLNA0015
HLNA0009
HLNA0007
HLNA0015
HLNA0002
HLNA0017
HLNA0003
HLNA0043
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ELECTRIC TRUGGY
EXPLODED VIEW...
HLNA0010
HLNA0021
HLNA0003
HLNA0019
HLNA0004
HLNA0044
HLNA0006
HLNA0009
HLNA0019
HLNA0020
HLNA0019
HLNA0044
HLNA0012
HLNA0011
HLNA0022
HLNA0015
HLNA0005
HLNA0015
HLNA0028
HLNA0019
HLNA0016
HLNA0015
HLNA0007
HLNA0018
HLNA0017
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ELECTRIC TRUGGY
HLNA0045
000171-002 (REV A)
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