1. Connect BEC wires (three small wires with black plug) to the receiver ensuring the correct orientation.
2. Connect motor wires to the ESC (Electronic Speed Controller)
3. Turn on the transmitter first always (and turn off the transmitter last always)
4. Connect battery pack with ESC ensuring the Black connects to Black and Red to Red, then switch on the ESC.
5. When the speed controller is turned on, the motor emits “Beep” “Beep” tone.
6. When the throttle stick is in the neutral position, the motor re-emits “Beep” tone.
7. The ESC is now working and ready.
1. If after the power is turned on and no sound is emitted, please check the connections between battery pack, ESC, and
2. If the motor emits a “Beep” tone Only, please check all the connections: BEC wires, transmitter and receiver, throttle signal
wires, etc. please check the transmitter TH.TRIM and adjust it to the motor re-emits “Beep” tone.
3. If the car doesn't move, or moves slower than expected, please check the voltage of the battery pack or if the temperature of
the ESC is too high. If the voltage of the battery pack is too low, please replace the battery pack or charge. If the
temperature of ESC is too high, please check all connections. If not, please push the button EPA on your remote control.
4. If the car stops suddenly while working, please check the motor's connections, and the that the transmission is not jammed
by a failure or debris.
5. If the car runs in the Wrong direction, please swap two wire connections between the ESC and the motor.