S A F E T Y I N S T R U C T I O N S
anything that can ignite.
• Always ensure the aircraft is secure
and will not move once the engine is
• Always rebind your transmitter
to your receiver(s) after setup and
before first flight.
• Always ensure the throttle failsafe is
set to low throttle in your transmitter.
• Always perform a range check prior
• Always cut off the fuel supply (pinch
or disconnect the fuel line to the
carburetor) or use the throttle linkage
to shut off the air in order to stop the
• Never use hands, fingers, or any other
body part to stop the propeller.
• Never throw any object into a
propeller to stop it.
• Never run the engine in the vicinity
of loose small objects, such as gravel
or sand, to avoid the propeller uncon-
trollably throwing such materials.
• Never wear loose clothing or a loose
neckstrap when operating your model
engine as these items could become
entangled in the propeller.
• Never have loose objects such as
screwdrivers, pencils etc. in your
pockets when operating your model
engine. These could fall into the
• Never allow fuel to come into contact
with eyes or mouth. Gasoline and
other fuels used in model engines are
• Always ensure gasoline and fuel are
stored in a clearly marked container
well away from the reach of children.
• Always mount the engine securely on
a bench mount or high-quality engine
• Always use the correct size and pitch
of propeller for your engine. Refer to
Propeller Chart in this manual.
• Always confirm proper balance of
your propeller prior to installation
of the engine. Failure to do so could
cause damage to the engine and/or
• Always utilize an electric starter to
start your engine.
• Always discard any propeller that
is nicked, scratched, cracked or
damaged in any way.
• Always run your model engine in a
well-ventilated area. Model engines
produce possibly harmful carbon
• Always store your fuel safely in a
sealed, water-resistant container.
• Always store fuel in a cool,
dry location. Do not allow fuel
containers to come in direct contact
with concrete, as the fuel may absorb
• Always responsibly discard fuel if
there is condensation and/or water
inside the fuel container.
• Never return unused fuel from the
fuel tank back into the fuel container.
• Never attempt to repair or modify a
propeller beyond its intended use.
• Never handle model engines,
mufflers and/or tuned pipes until they
have had time to cool. They become
extremely hot when in use.