Instruction Manual and Exploded Views

Instruction Manual and Exploded Views
ENGLISH-US
Owner’s Manual for: HLNA0684, HLNA0685
LENGTH
431.50mm (17in)
WIDTH
335.50mm (13.2in)
HEIGHT
226.30mm (8.9in)
WHEELBASE
286.40mm (11.3in)
WHEEL SIZE
55.88mm (2.2in) x 72mm (2.83in) x 45.20mm (1.78in)
WHEEL OFFSET
12mm Hex, Invictus and TRA Compatible
WEIGHT*
1975g (4.35lb)
BATTERY
3,000mAh NiMH 7-CELL, 8.4V, HCT-Plug
MOTOR
3000 kV Radient Reaktor4 4-Pole Brushless, Sensorless
RADIO
High-Power HRS3.2 2.4Ghz 3-Channel w/ D/R, EPA,
REV, FS
CHARGER
AC 1A, NiMH only
Now compatible with IKONNIK Xenon protocol systems
*APPROXIMATE OUT-OF-THE-BOX WEIGHT
• Entire contents ©2015 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.
NOTICE
Although your Helion RC product is adjusted and tested at the factory prior to final packaging, some issues may arise
during shipping and handling that can be easily resolved at home. For other issues it should be known that hobby grade
radio controlled products such as those offered by Helion RC differ from toy grade, in that they are intended to be userservicable products where the user can disassemble and maintain their own product using factory replacement parts. We
try our best to ensure the information you need to introduce you to this form of product maintenance is available to you
though this manual. Please see the trouble shooting guide at the back of this manual for assistance in resolving issues,
either as they are experienced out of the box or as found after regular use. Assuming your product functions properly as
intended out of the box, the best thing you can do is pay close attention to how it feels, sounds and functions. This will
help you identify problems later since you will have a reference of how the product is supposed to perform. If you require
further information or assistance resolving a possible issue, please consult the warranty card included with your product.
PACKAGE CONTENTS
1. [1] Intrusion XLR
2. [1] 3,000 mAh 7-Cell NiMH battery pack
3. [1] IKONNIK Xenon (Xe) HRS3.2 2.4GHz 3-Channel
Transmitter
4. [1] 7-Cell AC Wall charger
5. [1] 4-Way cross wrench
6. [1] Bag of extra/tuning parts
7. [1] Documentation package
ITEMS NEEDED TO COMPLETE
1. [4] 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.
INTRODUCING THE INTRUSION XLR
•3000 kV Radient Reaktor4 4-Pole Brushless, Sensorless
•All weather 6kg High Torque servo
•Water resistant receiver box
•IKONNIK Xenon HRS3.2 2.4 GHz 3-Channel radio system
•3,000mAh 8.4V 7-Cell NiMH rechargeable battery pack
•Four wheel independent suspension
•All metal gear transmission
•Adjustable slipper clutch
•Planetary metal gear differential
•Rubber sealed ball bearings throughout vehicle
•Adjustable, oil filled, coil-over shock
absorbers with bladders
•Dual bell crank steering with servo
saver
•Durable, rugged composite chassis
components
•Easy-Access battery tray, LiPo and
NiMH hump ready
•12mm Hex wheels compatible with
TRA and Invictus
•High grip long wear tires with racing
style wheels
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GETTING STARTED
1. Remove the body and battery from vehicle to prepare for charging.
a. Open battery compartment in your vehicle by rotating the thumb knobs to align with the openings and then lift up the
strap.
b. 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.
c. Now is a good time to start charging so you can be up and running as soon as possible but remember to return to this
guide in the presence of the charging battery, remembering never to leave the battery unattended while charging.
2. Install the [4] AA type alkaline batteries into the transmitter.
3. Install the fully charged battery into the vehicle, be sure to lower battery strap and engage thumb knobs to keep the battery in.
4. Ensure the motor is plugged into the ESC.
5. Ensure the vehicle power switch is in the OFF position and connect the battery to the ESC.
6. Read and understand transmitter cautions and setting instructions before use.
a. Confirm settings for steering and throttle trim.
b. Confirm ESC settings for the battery you will use (check LVC selector switch and ensure it is properly set to ON if using LiPo)
7. Install body with 4 supplied clips; turn your equipment ON (transmitter first!) and enjoy!
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
MINI SCREWDRIVERS
CURVED HOBBY SCISSORS
SIDE CUTTING PLIERS
NEEDLE NOSE PLIERS
BODY REAMER
CA GLUE
CHARGING THE BATTERY
• Never leave the battery unattended while charging and never operate the charger without adult supervision.
• Never charge a warm battery, always allow the battery to cool to room temperature before charging.
• Never drop the charger or battery and do not attempt to charge a damaged battery.
• Inspect the battery and charger before use. Never use a battery or charger if the wire or connector has been damaged or
if the battery has experienced a short.
• Incorrect use of the battery, connections, or charging equipment can cause personal injury or property damage.
• Never allow batteries or charger to come in contact with moisture at any time.
• Stop charging immediately if the battery or charger becomes hot or changes form during use.
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 and high current connectors are available at your local hobby dealer.
1. Plug the charger into a properly grounded standard AC wall plug.
2. Plug the battery into the charger and place the battery on/in a non-flammable surface/container away from flammable
objects.
3. The LED on the charger should turn from GREEN when plugged in and change to RED once the battery is connected.
4. 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 120°F
(49°C), disconnect the battery from the charger and allow it to cool before reconnecting.
5. Unplug the battery from the charger when the battery is slightly warm to the touch, and the LED has changed back to solid
GREEN, indicating the battery has been charged.
a. NOTE: Using a peak detection charger is recommended and will provide you with a faster and better charging experience. We recommend the Origin NiMH or Primal Multi-Chemistry chargers by Radient RC.
b. Warning: Never charge the included battery at a charge current exceeding 3A.
6. Remove charger from wall plug when not in use.
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PRECAUTIONS WHEN USING RADIO CONTROLLED PRODUCTS
• Your model can cause serious damage or injury so please use caution and courtesy when operating your model.
• Do not expose the radio system to water or excessive moisture.
• As a safety precaution, perform all transmitter and receiver adjustments with the vehicle’s wheels off the ground. This
ensures the complete control over the vehicle at all times during adjustments.
• Ensure your batteries (both transmitter and vehicle) have been properly charged for use with your model.
• Keep track of the time the system is in use so you will know how long you can safely operate the transmitter batteries.
• Check all servos and electrical connections prior to each run.
• Do not operate your model near traffic, bystanders, parking areas, or any other area that could result in injury to
people or damage to property.
• If at any time during the operation of your model you observe any erratic or abnormal behavior of your model, immediately stop operation and bring the mode to a safe stop in a safe location to diagnose the problem.
• Always power on your transmitter before turning your vehicle on.
• If you have little or no experience operating R/C models, we strongly recommend you seek the assistance of your local
hobby dealer.
R/C models are an extremely fun hobby, but safety should never be ignored or taken lightly. Always take caution when operating your model as damage to property and injury can result from careless operation. Please consult your local hobby
dealer with any questions or troubleshooting issues. And of course don’t forget to have fun, you deserve it after reading
through all of these safety tips!
INTRODUCING THE IKONNIK XENON HRS3.2 2.4GHz RADIO SYSTEM
Please read and understand the following instructions for
your new radio system prior to operation to ensure the safest and most enjoyable experience.
Reset Button
Beginner Mode /
Feature Lock Out
14
13
Steering Trim
8a (ST- / ST+)
Throttle Trim
(TH- / TH+)
Antenna
8b
4
Fail Safe
12 (CH3)
6
Power LED
7
Pair/REV
Power Switch
5
2
Steering Rate
(DR- / DR+)
Handle / Grip
9
1
Steering
Wheel
3
10
Battery Compartment
11
Battery Door
Install 4 AA batteries ( included) prior to use.
Always allign pos. (+) and neg. (-) polarities properly!
4
Throttle
Trigger
1. Steering wheel: controls left/right motion (designed to
be operated with right hand).
2. Throttle trigger: controls forward/reverse/brake 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.
a. Flip up when transmitter in use. Folded position is
only for storage.
5. ON/OFF Switch: Turns the power ON/OFF for the transmitter only.
6. Multifunction red Indicator LED:
a. Power indicator
b. Low battery voltage warning, batteries should be
replaced/recharged before continued use when
flashing.
7. REV/Pair:
a. Use to reverse servo/channel operation.
b. Use to put the transmitter into pairing mode.
8. Digital Trim: All switches are digital so there is no need
to readjust trim position for different models after initial
setup.
a. Steering: Controls the “hands-off” left/right direction of the vehicle.
b. Throttle: Adjusts the motor speed to STOP when trigger is in “hands-off” (neutral) position.
9. Dual Rate Adjustment Switch: Adjusts total travel of
servo
10.Battery compartment: houses [4] AA batteries for powering the transmitter. Also has connector for rechargeable NiMH battery pack.
11.Battery door: Closes the battery compartment, contain-
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IKONNIK XENON HRS3.2 PROTOCOL, PAIRING AND FAIL SAFE SETTING
ing the AA batteries or rechargeable battery pack.
12.Fail Safe setting and Channel 3 toggle.
13.Beginner Mode/Feature Lock Out
14.Reset Button
Understanding Protocol and Pairing the Transmitter and Receiver:
The process of allowing communication to occur between a 2.4GHz transmitter and receiver is called “pairing” (sometimes referred to as “matching” or “binding”). The “language” used to communicate between the transmitter and the
receiver is called the “protocol”. The radio system included with your product utilizes the proprietary IKONNIK Xenon (Xe)
protocol to provide fast and stable communication. The system comes pre-configured and paired from the factory. In the
event your system loses pairing, or one of the components has been replaced, you will need to pair the transmitter and
receiver. Follow the below steps for pairing your radio system. Always ensure both transmitter and receiver batteries are
fully charged or new when performing this process for best results.
LED
NOTE: AS A SAFETY PRECAUTION, PERFORM THE PAIRING PROCESS WITH THE
Indicator
VEHICLE’S WHEELS OFF THE GROUND.
1. With the transmitter in close proximity but not closer than 1ft to the receiver, turn on
the transmitter first, then the vehicle. The LED on the receiver will blink, indicating that
the receiver is not paired to a transmitter that is on.
2. Turn the transmitter OFF, hold the REV/PAIR (BIND) button and turn the power back
ON to put the transmitter into pairing mode.
Pair
3. Push the button on the receiver once, the LED will start to blink faster indicating it is
Button
searching for a transmitter to pair with. The transmitter will automatically search for
and pair to the receiver. This may take up to 10 seconds.
4. Once the transmitter and receiver are paired together, the receiver’s LED will turn solid
red. If the receiver’s LED does not turn solid red, turn off both the transmitter and
receiver and repeat steps 1-2.
5. Once pairing is complete, turn the power off and back on to both the transmitter and receiver.
6. Ensure normal operation of throttle and steering.
a. If pairing to a different vehicle you may need to reverse the steering channel on your transmitter to work properly.
7. If you experience anything other than normal operation, repeat the process.
BIND
Channel 4
Channel 3
Channel 2 (Throttle)
Channel 1 (Steering)
Motor
ESC
Battery
Rx
Steering
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IKONNIK XENON HRS3.2 CONNECTION AND CONFIGURATION
NOTE: AS A SAFETY PRECAUTION, PERFORM THE FAIL-SAFE ADJUSTMENTS WITH THE VEHICLE’S WHEELS OFF THE
GROUND.
1. Turn the transmitter and receiver ON and move the throttle trigger to the desired position.
2. Press the Fail-Safe button for 5 seconds to program the throttle Fail-Safe setting. It is recommended and common to
set the throttle Fail-Safe as Full Brake, i.e. the throttle trigger is pressed completely forward applying full brakes. This
ensures that if the receiver cannot receive a signal from the transmitter, the servos or ESC will default to full brake
causing the vehicle to stop.
a. NOTE: WITH REVERSE MODE ACTIVE IN THE ESC, THE VEHICLE MAY GO INTO REVERSE THROTTLE INSTEAD OF
BRAKE WHEN THE TRIGGER IS PRESSED FORWARD. THIS IS THE CORRECT BEHAVIOR AND SETTING POSITION.
TO PREVENT WHEELS FROM TURING LIKE THIS, SIMPLY APPLY A LITTLE FORWARD THROTTLE, THEN FULL
BRAKES, THEN CONTINUE WITH THE FAIL-SAFE SETTING PROCEDURE.
3. To test the Fail-Safe settings, turn the transmitter off while the receiver is on. The servo/ESC will default to its programmed positions and the motor should not spin (assuming you have set the fail-safe to full brake).
4. Channel 1: Steering Servo
5. Channel 2: ESC (Throttle/Brake)
Note: An easy way to remember this is 1 to turn, 2 to burn (burn-out).
• Steering Trim
›› Press the “ST+” or “ST-“ button to adjust the neutral position of the steering. A long “beep” will sound
›› Once the trim setting reaches the limit, a long steady “beep” will sound
»» Depending on your servo configuration, “ST+” or “ST-“ will move the servo either left or right. Use either “ST+”
or ST-“ to ensure the vehicle can track straight with no steering input
• Throttle Trim
›› Press the “TH+” or “TH-“ button to adjust the neutral position of the throttle. A long beep will sound
›› Once the value reaches the limit, a long steady “beep” will sound
»» The throttle should be trimmed so the vehicle is stationary when no throttle input is applied
The channel reverse function reverses the direction of operation of the servos or ESC’s relative to the transmitter steering and throttle inputs. This function would be used if, for example, turning the transmitter steering wheel right resulted in
the model turning left and vice versa. Some ESC’s require that the throttle channel be reversed in order to program them
properly.
NOTE: AS A SAFETY PRECAUTION, PERFORM THE CHANNEL REVERSE ADJUSTMENTS WITH THE MOTOR UNPLUGGED
FROM THE ESC (CAUTION: DO NOT ALLOW THE WIRES TO TOUCH AFTER BEING DISCONNECTED WHILE PERFORMING
THIS SETUP PROCEDURE) AND THE WHEELS OFF THE GROUND.
• Steering Reverse:
›› Turn the steering wheel completely to the left (or right) and press the “REV” button for at least 2 seconds to reverse the Steering (ST) channel.
›› The transmitter will beep once for confirmation of “Normal” and twice for confirmation of “Reverse” setting.
• Throttle Reverse:
›› Pull the throttle trigger completely to full throttle (or push forward for full brake) and press the “REV” button for at
least 2 seconds to reverse the Throttle (TH) channel.
›› The transmitter will beep once for confirmation of “Normal” and twice for confirmation of “Reverse” setting.
Steering Dual-Rate (ST D/R):
Steering dual-rate allows on-the-fly end point adjustments to both sides (left and right) of the steering servo.
• The default value is 100% of the maximum servo travel. The dual-rate can be set from 20% to 100%.
›› To increase the dual-rate, press the “DR+” button.
›› To decrease the dual-rate, press the “DR-“ button.
End Point Adjustment:
• Steering End Point Adjustment (EPA)
›› Use this function to adjust the left and/or right steering angle relative to the steering wheel position.
›› CAUTION: BE CAREFUL TO NOT OVER-EXTEND THE STEERING THROW AS IT CAN CAUSE YOUR SERVO TO OVERWORK AND OVER-HEAT.
›› Steering-Left Side Adjustment:
»» Turn the steering wheel completely to the left and use the “ST+” or “ST-“ buttons to adjust the steering angle
to the desired location.
›› Steering-Right Side Adjustment:
»» Turn the steering wheel completely to the right and use the “ST+” or “ST-“ buttons to adjust the steering angle
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...IKONNIK XENON HRS3.2 CONFIGURATION CONTINUED
to the desired location.
• Throttle and Brake End Point Adjustment (EPA)
›› Use this function to adjust throttle and brake travel adjustments.
›› Throttle Adjustment:
»» Pull the throttle trigger completely to full throttle and use the “TH+” or “TH-“ buttons to adjust the throttle end
point to the desired location.
›› Brake Adjustment:
»» Push the trigger forward to full brake and use the “TH+” or “TH-“ to adjust the brake end point accordingly.
Beginner Mode and Feature Lock Out:
Your transmitter is equipped with both a beginner mode and feature lock out. To avoid accidental changing of radio settings by inexperienced or younger users, you can set the Beginner Mode switch to the middle position which will lock out
all functions except the steering trim. Moving the switch all the way to the right (when looking from the wheel of the transmitter, will activate the Beginner Mode which is optimized to help users get used to the controls of their vehciles. When
activated, this beginner mode reduces the throttle output of the transmitter to reduce the overall speed of the vehicle,
while leaving all other functions fully operational.
Factory Reset
• The transmitter has a two stage factory reset.
›› Model Reset: Resets the settings .
»» Use a small toothpick to press the Reset button (above the LED) and power ON the Transmitter.
»» Continue holding for 5 seconds until you hear a beep sound, then release the button.
›› Factory Reset: resets all pareameters to the factory settings.
»» Use a small toothpick to press the Reset button (above the LED) and power ON the Transmitter.
»» Continue holding for 10 seconds until you hear 2 beep sounds, then release the button. Note: you will hear the
model reset single beep at 5 seconds, keep holding until you hear the 2 beeps to complete the reset.
Power Alarm:
• Idle and Low-Battery Alarm
›› When the steering wheel, throttle trigger, or any button is not operated for 10 minutes while the transmitter is on,
a slow beeping alarm will sound to indicate that there has been no action and the power should be turned off and
back on to reset the transmitter alarm.
• Low Battery Voltage Alarm
›› If the transmitter battery voltage drops to 4.5V or less, a slow beeping alarm sounds and the power LED light will
blink.
Battery Replacement:
WARNING: Do not attempt to charge non-rechargeable batteries
NOTE: Load the four AA batteries in accordance with the polarity marking on the battery holder.
1. Remove the battery cover from the transmitter
2. Remove the old batteries
a. NOTE: Never mix brands or old/new batteries.
b. Always be sure to be responsible and protect the environment when disposing batteries. Most local hobby dealers
provide a FREE battery disposal service.
3. Insert the four new AA batteries according to the polarity markings on the battery holder.
a. If using rechargeable batteries, be sure to follow the manufacturer’s care and use instructions.
b. Rechargeable batteries must be removed from transmitter before charging.
4. Replace the battery cover.
5. Slide the Power switch to the ON position. If the voltage is low, the low battery alarm will sound. If the low battery
alarm sounds, check that the batteries are properly inserted and are making sufficient contact.
a. Low Battery Alarm.
i. An alarm will sound if the transmitter voltage drops below 4.5V. This alarm is meant as a safety feature only.
The transmitter should not be operated below 4.5V. If the low battery alarm sounds, stop using your model
immediately and turn off both the model’s receiver and the transmitter. Replace the transmitter batteries immediately with fresh AA batteries to prevent loss of control of your model.
b. Always check the voltage of the transmitter before use.
6. Always be sure to insert the batteries correctly according to the polarity markings, or the transmitter may be damaged.
7. When the transmitter will not be used for 1 week or more, remove the batteries to prevent damage from leaks and
corrosion.
Setting the ESC:
The ESC in your vehicle is pre-programmed to work best with the HRS3.2 radio system. Use with another radio system
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IKONNIK XENON HRS3.2 STANDARD OPERATION
may not provide consistent performance and is not recommended for beginners. For detailed setup information refer
to the ESC setup section of this manual.
Turn Left
Standard operation:
• When looking at the face of the transmitter wheel:
Turn Right
›› Turning the top of the transmitter wheel to the left
from center makes the wheels on the vehicle turn
LEFT.
›› Turning the top of the transmitter wheel to the right
L R
from center makes the wheels on the vehicle turn
Brake
RIGHT.
Throttle Reverse
»» When driving your vehicle for the first time,
take care and notice the direction the car turns
when driving away from you vs. towards you. It
Throttle
is best to learn how things work when driving
Forward
away from your position, but don’t go too far!
F
• Pulling the transmitter trigger back towards the handle
will make the vehicle accelerate forward.
B
›› If instead the tires turn backwards you will need to
disconnect and swap 2 wires going to your motor.
Any two will do to reverse the motor direction.
• 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 brakes again.
»» A second push forward on 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 electronics and will void the warranty.
Using your transmitter for the first time:
1. Turn the transmitter ON and ensure the LED is lit SOLID and it is not giving an audible alarm indicating the batteries
are supplying adequate voltage for proper operation.
2. Ensure the battery in your vehicle is secured, charged and plugged in with proper polarity and turn your vehicle ON.
3. Checking and 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 by pressing the TH- button, repeatedly if necessary.
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 by pressing the TH+ button, repeatedly if necessary.
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 this region
4. 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, adjust the steering trim by pressing either the ST- (more left) or ST+ (more right) buttons, repeatedly if
necessary.
b. Reset the vehicle position 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”).
L
R
F
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RADIENT REAKTOR 50-4 BRUSHLESS SYSTEM OVERVIEW
The Radient Reaktor series brushless motor and ESC is a great power
ESC TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
plant to satisfy your need for speed and performance as an entry level
Continuous Curbrushless system. Though the Reaktor system was engineered for
50A
rent
value, performance was definitely a factor. We’ve included some great
features for you to help keep your system running in top shape while
Burst Current
220A
keeping your battery upgrade path open since it is compatible with
Resistance
0.0012 ohm
LiPo batteries.
Motor Type
Sensorless
WARNING: ALWAYS ALLOW YOUR MOTOR TO COOL BETWEEN RUNS.
Motor Limit
3650kV
EXCESSIVE ACCELERATION AND AGGRESSIVE DRIVING WILL CAUSE
YOUR SYSTEM TO GET HOT. EXCERCISE GREAT CARE WHEN HANDLING
NiCd/
4-9 cells
YOUR VEHICLE AFTER RUNNING TO AVOID GETTING BURNED.
NiMH
Battery
Some great features of your new ESC include:
LiPo
2-3s
• Water-proof and dust-proof. The ESC can work under water for a
BEC
6V/1A (Linear Mode)
short time.
• (Please remove the cooling fan when running car in water, and
Program Port
Use cooling fan port
after
48.5mm x 38mm x
running, please make the ESC clean and then dry it to avoid oxidaDimensions
32mm
tion of the copper connectors)
Weight
90g
• Specially designed for RC car and truck, with excellent start-up,
acceleration and linearity features.
• Compatible with sensorless brushless motors.
• 2 running modes suitable for different applications (“Forward with brake” mode, “Forward/Backward with brake”
mode).
• Proportional ABS brake function with 4 steps of maximum brake force adjustment, 8 steps of drag-brake force adjustment.
• 4 start modes (“Punch”) from “Soft” to “Very aggressive” to be suitable for different chassis, tires and tracks.
• Multiple protection features: Low voltage cut-off protection for Lipo or NiMH battery / Over-heat protection / Throttle
signal loss protection /
Motor blocked protection.a
• Easily programmed with the “SET” button on the ESC or with the LED Program Card.
Your ESC has been pre-installed at the factory but before using your vehicle each time it is good to double check the wiring for damage or loose connections to ensure everything is in working order before use. Refere to the diagram below to
check the connections of your electronics system. Some brushless motors such as the Reaktor included with your vehicle
use only black wires, this is okay. On sensorless brushless systems the motor will change operating direction when any
two of the motor wires are swapped.
The Reaktor ESC is programmed to communicate with you, letting you know its status.
• LED Status:
›› In normal use, if the throttle trigger is in the neutral
range, neither the red LED nor the green LED light
up.
›› The red LED lights when the car is run forward or
backward and it will flash quickly when the car is
braking.
›› The green LED lights when the throttle trigger is
moved to the full throttle position.
• Alert Tones:
›› Input voltage abnormal alert tone: The ESC begins
to check the input voltage when power on, if it is
out of the normal range, such an alert tone will be
emitted: “beep-beep-, beep-beep-, beep-beep-”
(There is 1 second time interval between every
“beep-beep-” tone).
›› Throttle signal abnormal alert tone: When the ESC
can’t detect the normal throttle signal, such an
alert tone will be emitted: “beep-, beep-, beep-”
(There is 2 seconds time interval between every “beep-” tone).
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• Protection Functions:
›› Low voltage cut-off protection: If the voltage of a Lipo battery pack is lower than the threshold for 2 seconds, the ESC
will cut of the output power. Please note that the ESC cannot be restarted if the voltage of each Lipo cell is lower
than 3.5V.
»» For NiMH battery packs, if the voltage of the whole NiMH battery pack is higher than 9.0V but lower than 12V,
it will be considered as a 3S Lipo; If it is lower than 9.0V, it will be considered as a 2S Lipo. For example, if the
NiMH battery pack is 8.0V, and the threshold is set to 2.6V/Cell, it is considered as a 2S Lipo, and the low-voltage cut-off threshold for this NiMH battery pack is 2.6*2=5.2V.
›› Over-heat protection: When the temperature of the ESC is over 105 degrees Celcius for 5 seconds, the ESC will cut
off the output power.
›› Throttle signal loss protection: The ESC will cut off the output power if the throttle signal is lost for 0.2 second.
Throttle range calibration:
Hold your transmitter approx 1ft away while setting.
1. Turn Transmitter ON first (transmitter should alwasy be on if ESC is ON.
2. Ensure your Throttle channel (Ch. 2) on your transmitter is set to “Reverse”.
3. Adjust both Throttle and Reverse/Brake EPA settings to 100%.
4. With the ESC OFF, press and hold the Set button near the switch and turn the ESC ON to enter setup mode. Release the
button as soon as the LED begins to flash.
5. Without touching the trigger, press button to set the neutral position, GREEN LED will flash 1 time.
6. Pull/hold full throttle, press the button again, release the trigger, GREEN LED will flash 2 times.
7. Push/hold full brake/reverse, press the button again, GREEN LED will flash 3 times. Release trigger.
8. Switch ESC OFF and back ON to complete setup.
9. Check the ESC operation to ensure forward throttle is actually forward, if not, switch any two of the motor wires and recheck. Then repeat steps 3-8.
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Programming your ESC:
The Radient Reaktor is a programmable ESC. Although the default settings should work well for most users, these settings
exist so that you can fine tune the performance of your ESC to your experience and components. It’s various programmable parameters can be adjusted either by interfacing with the ESC directly button presses and counting LED flashes,
or via the optional Reaktor Program Box (RDNA0031) which includes a digital readout of the settings for easier interpretation and faster setup. There are 6 programmable items for your consideration, below are descriptions of each Item and
following is the table and programming instructions for choosing your settings should you choose to change from default
(highlighted in BOLD text).
NOTE: The most important of these settings is the Low Voltage Cut-Off Threshold (Item 3). Please read the description
and usage scenarios below to better understand how to use this feature.
Item 1: Running Mode:
1. Forward/Brake: This setting is considered as “Race” mode where the reverse function is disabled.
2. Forward/Reverse-Brake: This setting is useful for normal operation since it allows for using reverse throttle to back out
of a stuck situation.
a. WARNING: switching from REVERSE to FORWARD throttle position quickly will cause excess load on the electronics
and drivetrain of your vehcile. It is recommended to come to a stop before changing REVERSE/FORWARD direction.
Item 2: Drag Brake Force (Automatic Brake):
1. 0%: This setting allows the vehicle to continue to roll after letting off throttle without applying automatic-brake
2. 5%: Adding some drag brake will make the vehicle a little easier to control, especially when driving on a closed circuit
type course, helping you to slow down and make turns easeir.
3. 10%: Add more until you find the right balance of assistance with slowing down while still being able to maintain good
corner speed without upsetting the vehicle.
4. 15%
5. 20%
6. 25%
7. 30%
8. 40%
Item 3: Low Voltage Cut-Off (LVC) Threshold:
The Reaktor ESC has 6 built in LVC options. It is essential that you use the proper LVC setting for the type of battery that
your are useing to achieve the optimal performance and safest operation from your ESC/Motor/Battery. This setting
should be chosen based on the number and type of cells you are using. For LiPo batteries we recommend setting LVC to
#5, using a setting lower than this may cause over discharge of some batteries and cause damage to your battery, which
could lead to a fire.
1. No Protection: ONLY to be used with NiMH or NiCd type batteries. Since your vehicle comes equipped with an 8 cell
NiMH battery, we have set this mode as the default. The ESC will run as long as possible, draining all possible energy
from the batteries and evenutally your vehicle will cease to function poperly.
a. When you notice the operation of your vehicle change, it is time to STOP running and re-charge your battery.
b. If you are running your vehicle and notice a sudden decrease in power, your ESC has detected battery voltage that
is lower than what should be safely run without causing damage to your battery or electronic equipment. If you are
using NiMH batteries while this happens and you have only been running for a very short time, it is very likely that
you are mistakenly using one of the below LVC modes.
2. 2.6V/Cell: This setting will cause the ESC to enter LVC protection mode when the battery voltage is calculated at the
selected voltage or less for more than 2 seconds. Since the setting is “per cell” this means that if you are running a
2 cell battery, the voltage protection will activate relative to 2 x 2.6V = 5.2V. This setting is primarily for use with LiFe
type batteries as the lower end of LVC settings. DO NOT USE THIS SETTING WITH LIPO BATTERIES.
3. 2.8V/Cell: This setting would be the starting point for using LiFe type batteries and is not recommended for LiPo batteries.
4. 3.0V/Cell: This setting is only recommended for use with extremely high quality and highly durable LiPo batteries suitable for competition racing. Using a setting this low with a LiPo battery may cause excessive “wear and tear” on your
batteries, shortening their lifespan.
5. 3.2V/Cell: This setting is recommended as the default for running average grade LiPo batteries. If your batteries are
relatively old it is recommended to use setting 6 instead.
6. 3.4V/Cell: This setting can be used with any LiPo battery and will provide the “safest” discharge level for your batteries however some lower quality batteries do not sustain their voltage under heavy load and will cause premature LVC
activation. Starting here is a good choice if you are unsure or just want to be extra cautious.
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Item 4: Start Mode/Punch (Higher value is more aggressive):
The Reaktor ESC has 4 “punch” profiles that allow you to tune the initial power output of the ESC to suit your driving, vehicle, and the surface. You will typically want a lower punch setting when the surface has less traction. To get the optimal
performance out of LiPo batteries, on high traction sufaces, setting 4 is recommended.
1. Level 1 (70%): This setting will provide the smoothest throttle feel and least wheel spin.
2. Level 2 (80%)
3. Level 3 (90%): This is the highest setting that should be used with high performance NiMH batteries such as those
included with your vehicle.
4. Level 4 (100%): This setting is recommended for use with LiPo batteries only and allows you to get the maximum acceleration from your power system. Choosing a setting higher than #3 for use with NiMH batteries will cause inconsistent operation of your ESC, including possible momentary power loss.
Item 5: Maximum Brake Force:
The Reaktor ESC has 4 maximum brake force settings allwowing you to tune your brakes for different driving surfaces.
This setting works in conjunction with the brake EPA setting on your transmitter which can still be used to fine tune the
braking force, however this setting affects the initial brake force also. Since your vehicle is using a high performance
brushless motor which has great braking efficiency already, we have reduced the setting to #3. On some surfaces you may
still find this setting to be too high and find that under heavy braking with 4wd vehicles the rear tires may come off the
ground. This is a very unstable situation and should be avoided at all costs. If this happnes, reduce the maximum braking
force to a lower setting. If however you are unable to stop and the lack of deceleration is not due to wheel slipping, you
can increase the braking force.
WARNING: Be sure to check your maximum brake settings by driving from full throttle to full hard brake in an open area.
If the rear tires come off the ground causing a front flip, the vehicle will tumble out of control and could cause personal or
property damage.
1. 25%: This is the lowest setting and should only be used when driving with slow motors and on loose (low traction)
surfaces.
2. 50%: It is not recommended to go below this setting on asphault surfaces as the stopping power may not be enough
to safely slow your vehicle.
3. 75%: This is the default setting we feel will provide you the best starting point for many different levels of tration on
various surfaces. Remember it is extremely important to only drive a vehicle as fast as you can safely stop it. If the
vehicle hits something or someone it can cuase serious injury.
4. 100%: This setting is only recommended if you are running a slotted type motor, running this with a slotless style motor combined with a 4wd vehicle will likely cause front flips thus a loss of control of your vehicle.
Reset to Factory Defaults:
At any time when the throttle is located in neutral zone (except in the throttle calibration or programming mode), hold the
“SET” key for over 3 seconds, the red LED and green LED will flash at the same time , which means each programmable
item has be reset to its default value.
Audible/Visual Programming Alerts:
In dirty conditions or with various installations scenarios, visibility of the LED’s may be obstructed. To assist with setting
the ESC parameters you will also be able to hear audible beeps from the motor that will indicate the value of flashes the
LED is transmitting.
To help interpret the beeps and flashes we use a long time flash and long “Beep---” tone to represent number “5”, so it is
easy to identify the higher quantity of flashes/beeps. This applies to both the programming parameter selection and also
the value of each programmable item.
• For example, if the LED flashes as the following:
›› “A long time flash” (Motor sounds “B---”) = the No. 5 item
›› “A long time flash + a short time flash” (Motor sounds “B---B”) = the No. 6 item
›› “A long time flash + 2 short times flash” (Motor sounds “B---BB”) = the No. 7 item
›› “A long time flash + 3 short times flash” (Motor sounds “B---BBB”) = the No. 8 item
›› “A long time flash + 4 short times flash” (Motor sounds “B---BBBB”) = the No. 9 item.
Use the table on the next page to better understand the programming process. This should help you navigate thorugh the
programming menu.
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PROGRAMMING PROCESS
1. Running Mode
RED LED flashes
indicating you are in
program mode
GREEN LED flashes
1 time to set Item 1
2.
Drag Brake Force
3.
Low Voltage Cut-Off
Threshold
4.
Start Mode/Punch: Higher
value is more aggressive
5.
Maximum Brake Force
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Forward
with Brake
Forward/
Reverse
with Brake
0%
5%
10%
15%
20%
25%
30%
40%
No
Protection
2.6V/
Cell
2.8V/
Cell
3.0V/
Cell
3.2V/
Cell
3.4V/
Cell
Level 1
(70%)
Level 2
(80%)
Level 3
(90%)
Level 4
(100%)
25%
50%
75%
100%
Program Item 1:
Running Mode
RED LED flashes to indicate set
value: 1-2, press button to cycle
through available values
HOLD SET BUTTON (3 Seconds)
GREEN LED flahes
2 times to set Item 2
Program Item 2:
Drag Brake Force
RED LED flashes to indicate set
value 1-8, press button to cycle
through available values
HOLD SET BUTTON (3 Seconds)
GREEN LED flahes
3 times to set Item 3
Program Item 3:
LVC Threshold
RED LED flashes to indicate set
value 1-6, press button to cycle
through available values
HOLD SET BUTTON (3 Seconds)
Continue to cycle through available Programmable Items and set values as desired. We recommend
you start with the default values and adjust only one value at a time to be sure the change has
made the desired effect.
HOLD SET BUTTON (3 Seconds)
GREEN LED flahes
“N” times to set Item N
Program Item N:
“Programmable Item”
RED LED flashes to indicate set
value 1-X, press button to cycle
through available values
Turn OFF ESC at any time to confirm setting, turn ON again to
begin using the new settings.
HOLD SET BUTTON
Press and hold the
SET button then
Turn ON the ESC
Programmable Value (Blinks of RED LED), Black background = default settings
Programmable Items
(Blinks of GREEN LED)
Turn OFF ESC and
Transmitter
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES FOR YOUR REAKTOR BRUSHLESS SYSTEM
1. To assist with programming your ESC we offer an LED based program box that when connected will give a digital readout of the current Item being programmed and the value. It will also allow you to modify these settings right on the
box. You can purchase this program box at your local hobby dealer as part number RDNA0032. The program box communicates with the ESC through the fan port. You must disconnect the fan and plug in the program box. Simply plug in
the program box and program with normal sequence but using box instead of counting flashes and beeps. Remember
to plug the fan back in when you are done.
NOTE: If you are planning to run in a lot of water, it is recommended to disconnect the fan from the ESC. Running the fan
in water will cause excess load on the fan and ESC and may cause permanent damage to the ESC and fan.
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Problem / Symptom
Possible Cause
Receiver and transmitter not bound
ESC will not set to trans- Throttle Channel not set to Reverse
mitter
Batteries dead in car or transmitter
Transmitter is too close to vehicle
After turning ON, the
motor won’t work and
The connections between the battery
no sound comes from
and the ESC are not correct
motor
After turning ON the
ESC, the motor won’t
operate normally but
instead gives a beepThe input voltage is abnormal, too
beep, beep-beep alert high or low
tone with 1 second
interval of each beepbeep
After turning ON the
ESC the motor won’t
operate normally but
instead gives a beep-,
The throttle signal is abnormal
beep-, beep- alert tone
with each beep- having an interval of one
second
Battery voltage too low, LVC active
Car slowed down or
stopped drastically druESC over-temp protection active
ing run
Loss of throttle signal
Random stopping or
Strong electro-magnetic interference
restart, irregular operain the oeprating area
tion
Ensure the proper punch mode is
Car doesn’t accelerate
used
Reverse mode has been disabled in
ESC
Reverse not working
ESC was improperly set to transmitter
EPA on transmitter has been turned
down for reverse
Throttle Channel not set to Reverse
Motor only goes in reverse or goes in reverse
Motor connected to ESC improperly
when I pull trigger to go
EPA on transmitter has been turned
forward
down for reverse
Vehicle is slow even
on when using freshly
Beginner mode set to ON
charged battery pack
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Possible Solution
Try re-pairing
Unless using Futaba radio, set Th channel to Reverse
Replace batteries
Hold transmitter farther away from vehicle
Check the power connections. Replace the connectors
if they are worn or damaged
Check the voltage of the battery pack
Check the transmitter and receiver connections. Check
the wire of throttle channel. Reset the EPA and trim on
transmitter and recalibrate the ESC to the transmitter.
Charge or change batteries
Turn off ESC and allow ESC and motor to cool before
running again
Check transmitter and receiver, check wiring
Reset ESC or change operation location.
Change punch mode based on battery you are using
Follow setup instructions to turn back on
Re-set to transmitter, ensure Th channel is set to Reverse for non Futaba transmitters
Adjust EPA’s to 100% and recalibrate ESC to transmitter
Unless using Futaba radio, set Th channel to Reverse
and reset ESC to transmitter
Switch any two motor wires
Adjust EPA’s to 100% and reset ESC to transmitter
Check to ensure the Beginner Mode switch (on the
transmitter) is turned OFF to obtain full power.
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ADJUSTING AND TUNING YOUR INTRUSION XLR
The Intrusion XLR has been engineered with some available tuning options listed here for reference. The default configuration has been chosen to provide what we feel is the most enjoyable experience for most operating conditions. However
we do encourage experimentation and testing as that’s where the real fun begins!
Ride height adjustment: It is possible to adjust the ride height of your Intrusion XLR 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 above level but still allow the shocks to extend when you lift the vehicle while the vehicle is sitting on a flat surface with the body installed. Add or remove clips to achieve the desired ride height.
Upper Shock Position: There are multiple shock installation locations for the top mounting location of the shock towers.
The default positions have been chosen as a good starting point. Moving the shock mounting location inward will result in
a slightly less responsive feel on the front or rear of the vehicle but it will be a little more stable. Moving the shock mounting location outward will make the truck more responsive.
Lower Shock Position: There are two shock installation locations for the lower mounting location of the shocks in the
suspension arm. The default location is outside in the front and outside on the rear suspension arm. Moving the shocks
to the inside location will result in a slightly more responsive feel on the front or rear of the vehicle but become a little
less stable. This change will also increase the vehicle’s articulation and you will notice more body roll. Always check and
adjust, if necessary, the ride height of your vehicle after moving the shock mounting locations.
Battery mounting: Your vehicle comes equipped with a default mount setting for a 7-Cell NiMH hump battery. It is also
possible to fit lower cell count NiMH batteries and also 2s LiPo batteries (we highly recommend hard cased batteries that
resist wear). Ensure the foam block is in place to keep the battery pack from changing position in the battery tray.
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.
• 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.
• Optimal enjoyment and safety will occur 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 and battery connectors immediately after running your vehicle,
they may be HOT and 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.
GENERAL 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 perform re-
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pairs or seek assistance. 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: Although the ESC and servo included in your vehicle are all weather the receiver is not, however it is contained in a water resistant box. It is recommended that you avoid submersion of the vehicle however light running in
puddles and light rain should not be damaging. If you plan to run for extended periods of time in light or heavy rain It
is recommended to secure the receiver in an additional all weather membrane. Since the Helion HRS3.2 receiver is a
micro size receiver, fitting it into a balloon is fairly easy. Simply insert the receiver with connected wiring into a balloon
and secure the balloon around the wires with an additional rubber band as close to the receiver as possible, allowing
the most exposure of the antenna as possible. You could also purchase our KNNS0008 All-Weather Receiver.
2. Antenna: To achieve full operating range with your radio system, it is critical that the receiver antenna be installed properly and undamaged.
a. Inspect any exposed antenna for cuts or abrasions.
b. Ensure there are no kinks in the antenna or antenna tube.
c. Never fold the end of the antenna over the tube, this will reduce the range and damage the antenna.
d. Ensure the antenna is not being pinched by the set screw that holds the antenna tube in place.
3. Gears: Periodically remove the gear cover to clearly 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 and setting proper backlash.
i. Remove the spur gear cover.
ii. Check how much movement is allowed (backlash) of the spur gear before the pinion gear moves (this is purely
by feel, not visual). Check this movement in multiple places by rotating the spur gear approximately 1/6 rotation
and checking again.
iii. If the spur gear is allowed to move more than a very small amount, or if it there is no backlash, the gear mesh
must be adjusted. If there is a lot of movement, it is recommended to attempt to tighten the mesh. Attempted
adjustment should only improve the situation; if the mesh was correct to begin with, you will know what that
feels like, and if it wasn’t correct, it will be when you are done after following these procedures.
iv. Setting the gear mesh.
01). Loosen the top screw securing the motor plate to the motor mount, only enough to allow the plate to
move. Check and ensure there is no debris in the gears affecting the mesh.
02). Slide the top of the motor plate away from the center of the chassis, insert a strip of notebook paper between the pinion and spur gear, then slide the motor plate back until there is no backlash. You will have to
push relatively hard to ensure the paper is pressed all the way into the teeth.
03). Hold the motor snugly in position while retightening the screw.
04). Rotate the spur gear to feed the paper out of the mesh, re-check the gear mesh and adjust again if necessary.
v. 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.
4. Slipper Clutch Adjustment: The slipper clutch is used to limit the maximum torque that is transferred from the motor to
the wheels, and thus the ground. This is setting varies for different surfaces and thus is important to get correct for each
surface that you operate your vehicle on. Setting the slipper clutch properly will allow for maximum traction and acceleration. Over tightening the slipper clutch can lead to excessive drivetrain wear and eventually damage. Running a setting
that is too loose will cause the vehicle to under-perform and could cause the clutch to overheat and cause damage to
the spur gear.
a. General guidelines for setting the slipper clutch.
i. When running on a surface with a lot of traction or when running a faster motor, the clutch should be tightened.
ii. When running on a surface with low traction or when running a slower motor, the clutch should be loosened.
iii. If the slipper clutch has been run with a setting that is too loose, the slipper pads will experience excessive wear
and may need replacement. See the spare parts guide at the back of this manual for assistance with locating
the parts you need to service your vehicle.
iv. If the slipper clutch is set too tight on high traction surfaces, the front of the wheels may come off the ground,
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producing a “wheelie”. While this looks impressive, we caution you to readjust the slipper to prevent the “wheelie” since you cannot turn the vehicle to avoid collisions when the front wheels are in the air.
5. Shocks: Periodically inspect the shocks for smooth 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 unscrewing from the shock body.
03). Remove the O-rings and spacer and replace with genuine replacement parts.
04). Re-assemble the shock following the refilling instructions above.
6. 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 the
wheels rotate freely after installed but don’t wobble excessively. Over tightening the wheels may cause excess
strain on the electrical and mechanical components of your vehicle. Operating your vehicle under these conditions will void your warranty.
iii. Taking the above into consideration, leaving wheels too loose can cause them to strip. It is recommended to
check that the wheel nuts are tight every time you run your vehicle.
iv. 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 when necessary.
7. 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 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.
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 some hardware stores too) and use the FREE battery
disposal center for proper disposal/recycling. Consult your local city hall for information on recycling other electronic waste.
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TROUBLESHOOTING PROBLEMS
Before contacting customer support, recall that this is a hobby grade product intended to be user
serviceable.
Please take the time to fully inspect your product for any obvious causes to the issues you are experiencing. Below are some of the most common issues experienced.
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 power related 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. The layout of components in your vehicle exposes the motor to impacts and debris. We encourage you to use caution
when jumping your vehicle, you should avoid landing on the motor or motor guard at all costs. Doing so can cause
damage to multiple parts of the drivetrain including the motor itself, motor plate, and drive gears. With the motor exposed, it can also snag on 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 in a very short period of time.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Problem / Symptom
Possible Cause
Battery voltage too low
Vehicle will not turn on Battery not connected
Damaged battery
Transmitter will not turn Battery voltage too low
on
Battery/ies installed improperly
Short radio range (Vehicle stops responding
to transmitter at short
distances)
Damaged or improperly installed
receiver and antenna
Receiver is malfunctioning
Battery voltage too low
Trim not set properly
Steering not responding Screws too tight on steering parts
as expected
Fasteners have become loose
Vehicle not responding Trims not set properly
as expected to transmit- Radio system lost pair
ter
Bad electrical connections
Transmitter too close to receiver
(<1m)
Wheels twitch while
vehicle is idle (controls Receiver wire damaged
at neutral)
Receiver antenna not in vertical position
Steering will not trim
straight, always has
right or left bias
Binding in steering system
Front wheels too tight
Battery voltage too low
Drivetrain has too much friction
Gear mesh too tight
Pinion gear is loose
Vehicle top speed and
acceleration is slow
Wheels not spinning
freely
Battery charge stops
lasting as long as it
used to
Shocks and/or arms
covered in oil
Spur gears stripping
Differential broken
Possible Solution
Charge battery
Re/connect battery
Replace battery
Charge or change batteries
Correct installation
Check receiver antenna for damage. Ensure antenna is
properly installed in tube and mount, extending perpendicular from the ground. Ensure all connections are secure
Replace receiver
Replace or recharge batteries in transmitter and vehicle
Adjust steering trim
Adjust screws to allow for free motion
Check and tighten all fasteners to as new condition, be
careful to not over tighten
Adjust throttle and/or steering trim
Re-pair radio system
Check motor and battery plug connections
Increase distance between the units
Inspect antenna for damage and replace if necessary
Install in mount with care to not damage antenna wire
Inspect and correct any binding components or loosen
screws if over tight
Check and adjust wheel nuts to ensure the wheels are not
too tight
Charge battery
Check for debris/excessive wear on gears, inspect bearings
Loosen gear mesh
Check and tighten set screw on motor pinion
Check differential and ensure the outdrives are secured
and gears intact. You should not be able to pull them out
Drive pin missing
Check for missing wheel pins (behind wheel hexes), or
dogbone pins
LVC is turned on with NIMH Battery
Ensure the LVC setting is set properly for your battery.
Beginner mode set to ON
Check to ensure the Beginner Mode switch (on the transmitter) is turned OFF to obtain full power.
ESC not set to transmitter
Follow ESC instructions to set to transmitter
Wheels too tight
Differentials stripped
The battery has become old
Battery not charged completely due to
insufficient charge time
Gear mesh too tight
Charger, battery, wires, or plug has
malfunctioned
Shock O-ring seals are worn
Top shock cap too loose or too tight
Bottom shock cap dislodged
Gear mesh too loose
Check and adjust wheel nuts
Check differentials and replace/repair if necessary
Replace battery
Charge for longer period of time or try a peak detection
charger. We recommend the Radient Primal (RDNA0001)
Check and reset gear mesh setting
Check all connections and wires for damage or excessive
wear and replace if necessary
Replace O-rings and refill shock with oil
Check tightness (finger tight), refill shock oil
Check installation, refill shock oil
Tighten gear mesh for proper backlash
Check for loose fasteners on spur gear mount and ensure
all E-clips are in place
Fasteners loose or missing
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20
fhcs, M3x12mm
####
HLNA0311
fhcs, M3x12mm
####
HLNA0328
HLNA0310
HLNA0308
HLNA0398
HLNA0307
HLNA0326
bhcs, M2.5x5mm
####
fhcs, M3x10mm
####
HLNA0314
fhcs, M3x16mm
HLNA0645
fhcs, M3x20mm
fhcs, M3x16mm
HLNA0326
HLNA0331
HLNA0387
HLNA0326
fhcs, M3x12mm
####
locknut, M3
HLNA0371
HLNA0273
HLNA0352
HLNA0329
HLNA0329
bhcs, M3x8mm
####
HLNA0228
HLNA0315
bhcs, M3x6mm
####
HLNA0329
fhcs, M3x14mm
HLNA0319
HLNA0329
HLNA0319
HLNA0286
HLNA0329
HLNA0314
HLNA0327
HLNA0654
fhcs, M3x12mm
####
5x8x2.5mm
HLNA0397
HLNA0319
HLNA0349
HLNA0352
HLNA0319
M3x13mm
HLNA0319
FRONT SUSPENSION ASSEMBLY
bhcs, M3x8mm
####
bhcs, M3x12mm
####
HLNA0642
bhcs, M3x16mm
####
bhcs, M3x10mm
HLNA0653
HLNA0399
bhcs, M3x25mm
####
####
,
####
bhcs, M3x12mm
bhcs, M3x8mm
####
HLNA0643
HLNA0641
bhcs, M3x16mm
####
HLNA0646
HLNA0252
HLNA0140
HLNA0644
bhcs, M3x10mm
####
KNNS003
bhcs, M3x10mm
####
HLNA0649
fhcs, M3x16mm
bhcs, M3x10mm
HLNA0640
bhcs, M3x16mm
####
bhcs, M3x12mm
####
HLNA0139
shss, M3x5mm
####
HLNA0399
locknut, M3
####
bhcs, M3x8mm
####
HLNA0647
HLNA0644
xxxxxxx
####
fhcs, M3x12mm
####
####
####
RDNA0098
bhcs, M3x25mm
####
HLNA0641
HLNA0331
HLNA0644
bhcs, M3x12mm
####
HLNA0642
bhcs, M3x10mm
HLNA0643
bhcs, M3x10mm
RDNA0048
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CHASSIS ASSEMBLY
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22
locknut, M3
HLNA0645
HLNA0650
bhcs, M3x8mm
####
HLNA0371
HLNA0310
####
HLNA0387
HLNA0310
HLNA0326
HLNA0651
fhcs, M3x14mm
HLNA0643
####
bhcs, M3x12mm
HLNA0331
HLNA0313
HLNA0326
bhcs, M2.5x5mm
####
HLNS0655
HLNA0287
HLNA0422
HLNA0398
fhcs, M3x12mm
####
HLNA0650
HLNA0315
HLNA0101
HLNA0286
HLNA0652
bhcs, M3x16mm
####
fhcs, M3x16mm
HLNA0344
HLNA0093
fhcs, M3x20mm
bhcs, M3x25mm
####
bhcs, M3x12mm
####
####
bhcs, M3x10mm
####
fhcs, M3x12mm
HLNA0273
REAR SUSPENSION ASSEMBLY
HLNA0411
HLNA0411
HLNA0428
HLNA0340
HLNA0101
HLNA0335
HLNA0428
bhcs, M3x4mm
####
bhcs, M3x6mm
####
HLNA0287
HLNA0101
HLNA0332
fhcs, M2x8mm
HLNA0340
HLNA0338
bhcs, M3x12mm
####
HLNA0651
HLNA0342
HLNA0372
HLNA0286
HLNA0341
HLNA0336
locknut, M4x0.7mm
HLNA0338
bhcs, M3x12mm
####
bhcs, M3x12mm
####
HLNA0130
1.5X8MM
bhcs, M3x30mm
####
HLNA0651
RDNA0049
bhcs, M3x25mm
####
HLNA0335
HLNA0399
shcs, M3X6mm
HLNA0363
M3x3mm,
HLNA0341
HLNA0286
HLNA0413
HLNA0341
HLNA0286
HLNA0341
HLNA0412
HLNA0336
HLNA0341
HLNA0356
HLNA0337
HLNA0337
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TRANSMISSION ASSEMBLY
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FRONT & REAR SHOCK ASSEMBLY
HLNA0408
HLNA0332
HLNA0331
HLNA0333
HLNA0409
HLNA0332
HLNA0408
HLNA0331
HLNA0410
HLNA0331
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REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
HLNA0093............Dog Bone Set, Front (DSC-2, DTR)
HLNA0101............Outdrives Diff, F-R (10-US, ION)
HLNA0130............Set Screws (SHSS), M3x3mm
HLNA0139............Body Clips, Small
HLNA0140............Body Clips, Large
HLNA0228............Serrated Nuts, Flanged, M4x0.7x7mm
HLNA0252............Servo, 6kg-WP, Standard
HLNA0273............Tires, Mounted, Silver Wheels (IMT)
HLNA0275............Wheels, Silver (IMT)
HLNA0276............Tires And Foam (IMT)
HLNA0286............Bearings, Rubber Sealed, 5x10x4mm
HLNA0287............Bearings, Rubber Sealed, 10x15x4mm
HLNA0307............Bulkhead Set, Front (10-ION)
HLNA0308............Camber Block Set, F-R (10-ION)
HLNA0313............Hub Set, Rear (10-ION)
HLNA0314............Spindle And Carrier Set, F (10-ION)
HLNA0315............Wheel Hex Set, 12mm (10-ION)
HLNA0319............Steering Assembly Plastic (10-ION)
HLNA0325............Ball Studs, 4.8x10mm (10-ION)
HLNA0326............Hinge Pin Set (10-ION)
HLNA0327............Axles, Front (10-ION)
HLNA0328............Brace, Suspension, Front (CB)
HLNA0329............Steering Assembly Metal (CB)
HLNA0331............Shock Plastic Kit (CB)
HLNA0332............Shock Seal Rebuild Kit (10-ION)
HLNA0335............Motor Plate And Motor Spacer (10-ION)
HLNA0336............Slipper Plates And Spring (10-ION)
HLNA0337............Slipper Pads (10-ION)
HLNA0338............Transmission Case (10-ION)
HLNA0340............Gear Set, Internal Diff, Metal (10-ION)
HLNA0341............Shaft Set, Transmission (10-ION)
HLNA0342............Gear Cover (10-ION)
HLNA0349............Servo Mounts And Horns (10-ION)
HLNA0352............Ball Studs, 4.8x5mm
HLNA0370............Plain Nuts, M3x0.5x5.5mm, BK
HLNA0371............Locknuts, M3x0.5x5.5mm, BK
HLNA0372............Locknuts, M4x0.7x7.0mm, BK
HLNA0387............Suspension Arms, F/R (VSC)
HLNA0397............Bearings, Rubber Sealed, 5x8x2.5mm
HLNA0398............Ball Stud Spacers, 3x2mm
HLNA0399............Washers, 3x8x0.5mm
HLNA0408............Shock Bodies, F-R (VSC)
HLNA0409............Shock Shafts, F-R (VSC)
HLNA0410............Spring Set, F-R (VSC)
HLNA0411............Metal Differential (10-ION)
HLNA0412............Metal Idler Gear (10-ION)
HLNA0413............Metal Input Gear (10-ION)
HLNA0422............Rear Axle Cups (10-ION)
HLNA0428............Differential Shims (10-ION)
HLNA0431............E-Clips, 8mm
HLNA0467............D Pivot Block, Aluminum (Ion)
HLNA0568............Wall Charger, NiMH, 9V-600mA 7C HCT (US)
HLNA0569............Wall Charger, NiMH, 9V-600mA 7C HCT (INT)
HLNA0640............Chassis, Main, (Ion MT)
HLNA0641............Shock Towers, F-R, (Ion MT)
HLNA0642............Body Mount Set, (Ion MT
HLNA0643............Bumpers and LED Bars, F-R (Ion MT)
HLNA0644............ESC Tray and Cage, RX Box Lid (Ion MT)
HLNA0645............Chassis Brace, F-R, Lower (Ion MT)
HLNA0646............Servo Mount Set, (Ion MT)
HLNA0647............Battery Strap Set, (Ion MT)
HLNA0648............Rodend/Turnbuckle Set, Front, (Ion MT, SCT)
HLNA0649............Gasket Set, Receiver Box, (Ion MT)
HLNA0650............Camber Block and Skid Plate (Ion MT)
HLNA0651............Shock Spacer Set (Ion MT)
HLNA0652............Wheelie Bar Kit (Ion MT)
HLNA0653............Shock Spacer Set, 10MT 2wd Elec MT
HLNA0654............Rodend/Turnbuckle Set, (Ion MT, SCT)
HLNA0655............Rodend/Turnbuckle Set, Rear, (Ion MT, SCT)
HLNA0684............Intrusion 10MT XLR, 2wd EP MT (US)
HLNA0685............Intrusion 10MT XLR, 2wd EP MT (INT)
HLNA0724............Body, Blue (ION-MT)
HLNA0725............Body, Orange (ION-MT)
HLNA0726............Body, Clear (ION-MT)
HLNA0727............Pinion Gear, 48P, 24T
HLNA0728............Pinion Gear, 48P, 27T
HLNA0729............LED Kit (ION-MT)
HLNA0730............Owners Guide, Intrusion 10MT XLR
HLNA0731............Quick-Start Guide, Intrusion 10MT XLR
KNNS0005...........HRS3.2 3Ch 2.4GHz Xenon (Xe) Transmitter
KNNS0008...........4Ch 2.4GHz Xenon (Xe) Receiver, AW
RDNA0048...........Reaktor Brushless ESC NS-50A WP-P
RDNA0049...........Reaktor BL Motor NS 3000kV 4-Pole
RDNA0098...........Superpax Batt, 8.4V 7C 3000 NiMH,Hump,HCT
RDNA0224...........Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 24T
RDNA0227...........Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 27T
RDNA0299...........Body Clips, Small Straight, Silver (10)
RDNA0300...........Body Clips, Sandard Straight, Silver (10)
RDNA0301...........Body Clips, Sandard Bent, Silver (10)
RDNA0302...........Body Clips, Large Straight, Silver (10)
RDNA5114............Bearings, 5x8x2.5mm, Rubber Sealed (2)
RDNA5115............Bearings, 5x10x4mm, Rubber Sealed (2)
RDNA5119............Bearings, 10x15x4mm, Rubber Sealed (2)
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OPTION PARTS LIST
HLNA0350............Pinion Gear, 20T, 48P
HLNA0356............Spur Gear, 84T 48P
RDNA0038...........Origin LED NiMH 4A Charger (US)
RDNA0039...........Origin LED NiMH 4A Charger (UK)
RDNA0040...........Origin LED NiMH 4A Charger (EU)
RDNA0041............Primal LED LiPo-NiMH 4A Charger (US)
RDNA0042...........Primal LED LiPo-NiMH 4A Charger (UK)
RDNA0043...........Primal LED LiPo-NiMH 4A Charger (EU)
RDNA0044...........Ascend LCD Multi-Chem 6A Charger (US)
RDNA0045...........Ascend LCD Multi-Chem 6A Charger (UK)
RDNA0046...........Ascend LCD Multi-Chem 6A Charger (EU)
RDNA0055...........Reaktor Brushless ESC NS-60A WP-TSP
RDNA0057...........Reaktor BL Motor NS 3500kV 4-Pole, TSP
RDNA0060...........Reaktor BL Combo, NS-60A, 3500kV, TSP
RDNA0062...........Recoil NiMH 20W Peak Charger (US)
RDNA0063...........Recoil NiMH 20W Peak Charger (UK)
RDNA0064...........Recoil NiMH 20W Peak Charger (EU)
RDNA0066...........Reflex LiPo 20W Balance Charger (US)
RDNA0067...........Reflex LiPo 20W Balance Charger (UK)
RDNA0068...........Reflex LiPo 20W Balance Charger (EU)
RDNA0101............Superpax, 8.4V 7C 4200 NiMH, Hump, HCT
RDNA0104............Superpax, 8.4V 7C 5000 NiMH, Hump, HCT
RDNA0110............Silicone Shock Fluid, 10wt, 100cSt
RDNA0111............Silicone Shock Fluid, 15wt, 150cSt
RDNA0112............Silicone Shock Fluid, 17.5wt, 175cSt
RDNA0113............Silicone Shock Fluid, 20wt, 200cSt
RDNA0114............Silicone Shock Fluid, 22.5wt, 238cSt
RDNA0115............Silicone Shock Fluid, 25wt, 275cSt
RDNA0116............Silicone Shock Fluid, 27.5wt, 313cSt
RDNA0117............Silicone Shock Fluid, 30wt, 350cSt
RDNA0118............Silicone Shock Fluid, 32.5wt, 388cSt
RDNA0119............Silicone Shock Fluid, 35wt, 425cSt
RDNA0120...........Silicone Shock Fluid, 37.5wt, 463cSt
RDNA0121............Silicone Shock Fluid, 40wt, 500cSt
RDNA0122...........Silicone Shock Fluid, 42.5wt, 538cSt
RDNA0123...........Silicone Shock Fluid, 45wt, 575cSt
RDNA0124............Silicone Shock Fluid, 47.5wt, 613cSt
RDNA0125...........Silicone Shock Fluid, 50wt, 650cSt
RDNA0126...........Silicone Shock Fluid, 60wt, 800cSt
RDNA0127............Silicone Shock Fluid, 70wt, 900cSt
RDNA0128...........Silicone Shock Fluid, 80wt, 1000cSt
RDNA0212...........Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 12T
RDNA0213...........Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 13T
RDNA0214............Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 14T
RDNA0215............Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 15T
RDNA0216............Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 16T
RDNA0217............Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 17T
RDNA0218...........Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 18T
RDNA0219...........Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 19T
RDNA0220...........Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 20T
RDNA0221...........Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 21T
RDNA0222...........Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 22T
RDNA0223...........Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 23T
RDNA0224...........Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 24T
RDNA0225...........Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 25T
RDNA0226...........Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 26T
RDNA0227...........Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 27T
RDNA0228...........Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 28T
RDNA0229...........Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 29T
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RDNA0230...........Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 30T
RDNA0231...........Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 31T
RDNA0232...........Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 32T
RDNA0233...........Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 33T
RDNA0234...........Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 34T
RDNA0235...........Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 35T
RDNA0236...........Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 36T
RDNA0237............Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 37T
RDNA0238...........Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 38T
RDNA0239...........Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 39T
RDNA0240...........Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 40T
RDNA0241............Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 41T
RDNA0242...........Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 42T
RDNA0243...........Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 43T
RDNA0244...........Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 44T
RDNA0245...........Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 45T
RDNA0246...........Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 46T
RDNA0247............Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 47T
RDNA0248...........Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 48T
RDNA0249...........Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 49T
RDNA0250...........Pinion Gear, 48P, Steel 50T
RDNA0303...........Body Clip Retainer, Black (2)
RDNA0304...........Body Clip Retainer, Blue (2)
RDNA0305...........Body Clip Retainer, Red (2)
RDNA0306...........Body Clip Retainer, White (2)
RDNA0307............Body Clip Retainer, Orange (2)
RDNA0308...........Body Clip Retainer, Yellow (2)
RDNA0370............Ascert 80W LCD Charger, US
RDNA0371............Ascert 80W LCD Charger, UK
RDNA0372............Ascert 80W LCD Charger, EU
RDNA0373............Ascert 80W LCD Charger, AU
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MONSTER TRUCK
NOTES
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