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ASSOCIATED 1:10 SCALE ELECTRIC TRUCK MANUAL

INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR THE

TEAM ASSOCIATED RC10T4 TRUCK

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©2004 Associated Electrics, Inc.


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FINAL ADJUSTMENTS

RADIO ADJUSTMENTS

Use the following steps to make the final adjustments

on your car.

1. Turn the transmitter on.

2. Make sure the motor is disconnected.

3. Connect your battery pack and turn the

power switch on.

4. Move the steering control on the transmitter

to the right and left. Do the wheels move in the

correct direction? If not, you must reverse the

steering servo direction on your transmitter (see

radio manual.)

5. Adjust your steering trim (see radio manual)

until the #9659 steering rack is centered under

the top plate. Then, using the two steering

Make these adjustments before you drive the truck

turnbuckles, adjust the front wheels so they

are pointing straight ahead.

6. Adjust the ESC (electronic speed control)

according to the speed control manufacturer’s

instructions. Some manufacturers have the

motor connected during adjustment and some

do not. Now turn the power switch off.

7. Connect the motor. Place your car on a block

or car stand so that all four wheels are elevated.

Turn the power switch on again. Check the ESC

and steering settings you have made and then

turn the power switch back off.

8. Remember this! The transmitter is always

the FIRST TO BE TURNED ON and THE

LAST TURNED OFF.

ASSEMBLE BATTERY PACK

If you are not using a stick battery pack, here is

how to assemble your battery pack. Solder individual

cell connections as shown.

Team racers prefer battery bars for sturdier

connections. Insulated wire will not allow

the pack to fit in the battery slot.

MOTOR GEARING

To get the most from your motor, proper gearing

is important. The gear ratios listed in the

chart are recommended starting gear ratios.

Ratios can vary from track to track, but you

should not change the pinion size more than

one tooth from the recommended ratio.

Solder connections with battery bars

(#651)

CAUTION! Increasing the

pinion size by more than one tooth

can damage your motor from excess

heat.

Aim negative lead toward the front

FINAL

MOTOR PINION SPUR DRIVE RATIO

24° stock (torque-based) 20 87 11.31:1

24° stock (RPM-based) 19 87 11.91:1

19 turn 19 87 11.91:1

14 turn modified motor 22 87 10.28:1

13 turn modified motor 21 87 10.77:1

12 turn modified motor 20 87 11.31:1

11 turn modified motor 19 87 11.91:1

10 turn modified motor 18 87 12.57:1

MAINTENANCE Follow these steps to keep your truck in shape for racing

CHECK FOR FIT

You should periodically check all the moving

parts: front and rear end, suspension arms,

steering blocks, steering linkage, shocks, and

so on. If any of these should get dirty or bind

then your car’s performance will suffer.

MOTOR MAINTENANCE

Between runs, inspect the brushes to ensure

they are moving freely in the brush holder. This

is done by carefully removing the spring and

sliding the brush in and out of the holder. If there

is any resistance or rough spots, remove the

brush and carefully wipe the brush clean. This

will clean off any buildup so the brush slides

smoothly in the brush holder.

After every 3 to 5 runs, remove the brushes

from the holders and inspect the tips for wear

and/or burning. If there is a noticeable amount

of wear, replace the brush with a new pair. If

the tip is a burnt blue color, then the lubricant

in the brush has been burned away and new

brushes should be installed.

After every other battery charge you should

carefully clean the motor. One recommended

method is to spray motor cleaner directly on

the brush and commutator area. Run the motor

for approximately 15 seconds. Disconnect

the motor and spray it again, making sure the

runoff is clear and clean. If the runoff is still dirty,

repeat the spraying action until clean. After completing

the cleaning, apply a small amount of

lightweight oil to each bushing or bearing for

lubrication. Be careful not to apply too much

oil, for this will pick up dirt and contaminate the

commutator and brushes.

DIFFERENTIAL

Adjust the differential (“diff”) as noted on page

6. Adjusting the diff is not meant to be a tuning

option. If you can hear the diff making a “barking”

or “chirping” sound on jump landings, either

your diff is set too loose or your slipper

clutch is set too tight. First check your slipper

setting, then re-set the diff according to the instructions

on step C-9.

20

SLIPPER CLUTCH

The assembly instructions give you a base

setting for your clutch. Turn the nut on the

shaft so that the end of the top shaft is even

with the outside of the nut. Tighten the nut 3

more turns. At the track, tighten or loosen the

nut in 1/8 turn increments until you hear a

faint slipping sound for 1-2 feet on takeoffs.

Another popular way to set the clutch is

to hold both rear tires firmly in place and

apply short bursts of throttle. If the clutch is

properly set, the front tires should lift slightly

up off the surface.


TUNING & SETUP TIPS These steps prepare your buggy for maximum performance

FRONT CAMBER LINKS

Changing the length of the camber link is

considered a bigger step than adjusting the

ball end height on the tower. Shortening the

camber link (or lowering the ball end) will give

the front end less roll and quicken steering

response. Lengthening the camber link (or

raising the ball end) will give the front more

roll and slower steering response.

Longer camber links are typically used

on high grip tracks and shorter links tend to

work better on medium-grip loose tracks.

Raise or lower the ball

end by adding or subtracting

washers here

STEERING BLOCKS

The included trailing steering blocks (#9581)

should be used in most cases. The Team especially

recommends the trailing blocks on highgrip

or “blue-groove”.

Changing to the optional inline steering

blocks (#9577) and axles (#7459) will give the

car an overall aggressive feeling. Steering entering

and exiting the corners is increased, but

straight line stability is reduced.

CASTER

Caster describes the angle of the kingpin as it

leans toward the rear of the vehicle. Positive

caster means the kingpin learns rearward at the

top.

The supplied 25° caster blocks (#9580) are

recommended in most cases. For more corner

entry steering and less exit steering, try the

optional 30° blocks (#9593).

The optional 20° blocks (#9592) will give

you more exit steering and less entry steering.

CAMBER

Camber describes the angle at which the tire

and wheel rides when looked at from the front.

Negative camber means that the tire leans inward

at the top.

A good starting camber setting is –1°. Use

the included #1719 camber gauge to set your

camber as shown. Positive camber, where the

top of the tire is leaning out, is not recommended.

Testing camber with the

camber gauge

FRONT TOE-IN

Toe-in describes the angle of the front tires

when viewed from the top. With toe-in, the front

of the tires point inward.

Zero degree toe-in (tires pointing straight

forward) is the setting that should be used in

almost all track conditions. Occasionally you

can increase turn in by adding a little toe-out

(front of tires point slightly out). Front toe-in is

not a typical tuning adjustment used by the

Team.

FRONT RIDE HEIGHT

Ride height is the distance from the ground to

the bottom of the chassis.

The standard front ride height setting is

with the front arms level (referred to as “arms

level”). Check the ride height by lifting up the

entire car about 8-12 inches off the bench and

drop it. After the suspension “settles” into place,

add or remove pre-load clips so that the left &

right arms appear to be flat as seen in the following

picture.

Front arms should be in a

straight line when ride height

is set as “arms level”

ANTI-SQUAT

Anti-squat denotes the angle of the rear arms

relative to the ground. Zero anti-squat means

that the rear arms are flat, parallel with the

ground. The kit setting is 2°, and can be adjusted

by installing or removing the included

shims underneath the arm mount.

The shim with 2 tabs is for 2° and the shim

with 1 tab is for 1°. You can use any combination

of shims to get 0, 1, 2, or 3° anti-squat.

Adding anti-squat tends to make the car “rotate”

more in corners, but doesn’t handle as

well through the bumps.

Upper shim (with one tab), 1°

Lower shim (with two tabs), 2°

REAR CAMBER LINK

Changing the length of the camber link is considered

a bigger step than adjusting the ball

end height on the rear chassis brace. Shortening

the camber link (or lowering the ball end)

will give the rear end less roll and the car will

tend to accelerate or “square up” better. Lengthening

the camber link (or raising the ball end)

will give the rear more roll and more cornering

grip. Longer camber links are typically used on

high grip tracks, while shorter links tend to work

better on med-grip loose tracks. The kit setting

is the best compromise of cornering grip and

acceleration.

Raise or lower

the ball end by

adding or

subtracting

washers here

REAR CAMBER

Camber describes the angle at which the tire

and wheel rides when looked at from the back.

Negative camber means that the tire leans inward

at the top.

A good starting camber setting is –1°. Use

the included #1719 camber gauge to set your

camber (shown above). Adding a small amount

of positive camber, where the top of the tire is

leaning out, will tend to improve straight-line

acceleration on loose tracks.

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WHEELBASE ADJUSTMENT

You have three options for rear hub spacing,

Forward, Middle, & Back. The kit setting provides

the most rear traction, and will be used

most often. For improved handling in bumps or

rhythm sections, try moving the hubs to the

Middle or Back position. This can also make

the car handle better in 180° turns.

Spacers to the rear will place hubs

forward, shortening the wheelbase

ANTI-ROLL BAR

The optional #9635 B4/T4 rear anti-roll bar kit

(also called the “swaybar”) allows you to add

roll resistance to the rear end with minimal effect

on handling over bumps and jumps. It is

an especially helpful tuning item on high-grip

tracks (try the gold bar). The silver and black

anti-roll bars are typically used on medium-grip

loose tracks.

REAR RIDE HEIGHT

Ride height is the distance from the ground to

the bottom of the chassis.

The rear ride height setting you should use

most often is with the outdrive, driveshaft, and

axles all on the same imaginary horizontal line

(referred to as “bones level”). Check the ride

height by lifting up the entire car about 8-12

inches off the bench and dropping it. After the

suspension “settles” into place, add or remove

pre-load clips so that the left & right driveshafts

appear to be flat as seen in the following picture.

Dogbones should be in a

straight line when ride height

is set as “dogbones level”

BATTERY PLACEMENT

This is one of the best adjustments on the car,

and it can have the biggest effect on handling.

Most of the time, moving the battery pack back

will yield more rear traction and decrease steering.

Conversely, moving the battery pack forward

will yield less rear traction and increase

steering. But in some cases on extremely high

grip or extremely low grip tracks, moving the

pack forward will make the car feel more balanced

and actually improve rear grip.

FRONT REAR FRONT REAR

Spacers to the front will place

batteries to the rear

Spacers to the rear will place

batteries to the front

SETUP SHEETS

The best way to get your car handling right is to

go to our website, www.rc10.com, and click on

the links for setup sheets. Our Team Drivers

help develop these setups at National events.

Also, most drivers have a “base” setup that

they use as a starting point for every event. Try

running some of these base setups or look for

track conditions and tires that are similar to your

local track and mimic that setup.

Remember, each adjustment has a purpose,

so copy everything from the setup sheet

and then make adjustments based on the recommendations

in here.

TEAM ASSOCIATED ONLINE

Get online help, tips, and new product information

for your kit through Team Associated’s web

site, www.TeamAssociated.com.

Kit Tips & Help. Have questions? Look here

first!

Parts Catalogs. Your printed catalog is probably

already out of date! Find the most up-todate

listing of parts for your kit.

Contact Associated. Our expert staff answers

your toughest questions about Associated,

Reedy, and LRP products.

Racer’s Spotlight. Racers proudly show off

their favorite kits. Get your painting ideas here!

Setup Sheets. Where racers find blank and

standard setups for different track conditions.

What are the winning racers using?

New Products. Learn of new kits and parts

before they are announced anywhere else.

Team Associated Insider’s Newsletter. Sign

up for it if you want the latest Team Associated

news delivered right to your e-mail box.

Hobby Shop and Track Directory. Locate

shops carrying spare parts and find tracks

where you may race your car.

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Driver ______________________________________________

Track / City __________________________________________

SETUP SHEET for the Team Associated RC10T4

FRONT

SHOCK MOUNTING

& CAMBER LINK

Event __________________________ Date ______________

REAR

1 2 3

SHOCK MOUNTING

& CAMBER LINK

1 2 3 # WASHERS

__________

CAMBER _______°

A B

# WASHERS

__________

1 2

CAMBER _______°

A B C

1 2

RIDE HEIGHT __________________________

RIDE HEIGHT __________________________

TOE-IN (+) / OUT (-) ____ °

BUMP STEER SPACER _____

AXLE HEIGHT

up

middle

down

CASTER

20°

25°

30°

ANTI-SQUAT




3° WHEELBASE

long

medium

short

ANTI-ROLL BAR

none

black (soft)

sivler (med)

gold (heavy)

STEERING BLOCK trailing inline

FRONT SHOCKS

OIL _____ wt

REAR SHOCKS

OIL _____ wt

SPRING (color) _____________

PISTON # ________

SPRING (color) _____________

PISTON # ________

SHAFT unobtainium STD

# LIMITERS ______

SHAFT unobtainium STD

# LIMITERS ______

FRONT TIRES & WHEELS

REAR TIRES & WHEELS

FRONT TIRES _______________________________________

INSERTS __________ WHEELS ________________________

REAR TIRES ________________________________________

INSERTS __________ WHEELS ________________________

TRACTION COMPOUND _________________________

RADIO/BATTERIES

MOTOR

OTHER

RADIO ___________ SERVO ___________

ESC _______________________________

DRAG BRAKE _______ INIT BRAKE _______

BATTERIES __________________________

MOTOR & WIND _________________

BRUSHES ______________________

SPRING ________________________

PINION / SPUR ______ / ______

BODY ___________________________

SPOILER ________________________

CHASSIS ________________________

BATTERY PLACEMENT: spacers in front ____ spacers in rear ____

CONDITIONS

smooth

bumpy

low traction

med traction

high traction

sandy

soft dirt

grass

blue groove

clay

COMMENTS

NOTES ________________________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________________

wet

dry

dusty

other

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FOR MORE SETUPS, VISIT www.RC10.com and click on “SETUP SHEETS”

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