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Product Information and Instructions

Unless included with the product (or listed at the bottom of this page), user guides and/or instructions for installation are not included; if you do not know how to install the part, please ask your local dealer for assistance. Some parts are direct bolt-on, while others may require pre-installation prep (see "Item Fitment, Packaging, and Descriptions" section, below). If you have any questions about specific parts fitment please feel free to contact us before purchase.

Item Fitment, Packaging, and Descriptions
Many Integy branded parts are designed to use your original hardware and fasteners. Some items (shocks, gearboxes, axles, etc.) are assembled for packaging purposes only, and may require some prep before installation, such as shimming for proper alignment, checking tightness of all components and fasteners, anti-seize or grease between any metal-to-metal contact, and liquid thread lock for critical fasteners. Check, adjust, and set/reset all new items when taken out of the package! Failure to do so is not a warranty-related incident.

Some parts are labeled to fit multiple vehicles; in this instance, some components that are included in the item may not be used (depending on your vehicle). Some Integy-branded items may be only compatible with the vehicle's OEM parts but not with another Integy-branded item due to design language. We also sell many DIY (Do-It-Yourself) parts that are for custom installations; these may require some permanent modification to the vehicle, and may eliminate certain OEM features.

All prices, pictures and descriptions on this site and all other Integy Inc. publications are subject to change. In the event of typographical errors on our site or in our publications, Integy Inc. reserves the right to cancel or refuse orders at its sole discretion. Any typos or incorrect information on our website with regards to product descriptions will be corrected when discovered, and cannot be used as a basis for an exchange, warranty or refund.

Note that we are in the process of updating item descriptions for all of our products. Some descriptions are from factory-generated text, and may be generic "canned" descriptions that are not accurate until our warehouse staff updates the text based on actual item inspection. 

Product Updates / Running Production Changes
Some item photos may not represent the current version due to running changes and updates from the factory; in most cases we will have the most accurate photo on our website. Older items (updated, discontinued) may be replaced with slightly different versions of the same item; this occurs if the part has had a running change in production; when this is the case, the older version is no longer available. Any warranty claims related to older versions can only be replaced with the newer version of the product under the warranty exchange. The part might look slightly different, but mechanically the part will function identical to the original item. In cases like this we will inform the customer first.

Battery and Charging Safety Procedures
WARNING: Stay safe and be aware of proper procedures when using Lithium and Nickel-Metal Hydride battery packs! Please handle all Lithium Polymer (LiPo or Li-PO), Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion), Lithium iron phosphate (LiFe or LiFePO4), Nickel-Metal Hydride (NiMH or NiMh), and even Nickel-Cadmium (NiCd) battery packs with care.

Lithium batteries have a very high energy density (A-Hrs. to weight ratio) compared to NiMH, NiCd's, or other batteries. That high energy density means that there's is also an increased risk when using them, the biggest risk involving fire. NiMH batteries can deliver extremely high currents if shorted and subsequently can cause fire, explosions, property damage and/or personal injury. Because of this, we at INTEGY INC. recommend extreme caution in their use, and are informing you of the risks that come with using these types of batteries.

As mentioned above, the main risk is FIRE which can result from improper charging, crash damage, or short circuiting the battery pack. We must stress that all lithium batteries be used with extreme caution and attention in order to prevent any dangerous situations. Houses, garages, and shops have also burned as the result of a lithium battery fire!

All batteries regardless of type are not toys, and are not intended for use by children without direct adult supervision. Never allow children less than 14 years of age to handle RC battery packs.

Storing, Charging, and Using LiPo Batteries
1. ALWAYS store and charge lithium batteries in a fireproof or "LiPo safe" container. You should never store or charge your lithium batteries while they are mounted in your RC model.

2. ALWAYS charge in a protected area that is away from any flammable (combustible) materials. Always monitor the charging process; NEVER leave the charging process unattended at any time.

3. ALWAYS use chargers SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED to charge lithium batteries, at settings that match your battery pack. Many documented lithium fires have occurred due to improperly set chargers that feature user-selectable/adjustable settings. Never attempt to charge lithium cells with a charger which is not specifically designed for charging lithium cells.

4. ALWAYS use a charging system that monitors and controls the charge state of each individual cell in the pack (a.k.a. balanced charging). Charging with a balancer is a safer method, because unbalanced cells can lead to disaster if a single cell in the pack is overcharged. If any battery show any sign of swelling during the charging process, discontinue the charging IMMEDIATELY and move the battery to a safe place outside as they could erupt into flames.

5. NEVER PLUG IN A LITHIUM BATTERY AND LEAVE IT TO CHARGE UNATTENDED! This is a highly dangerous situation, and many serious fires have resulted from this practice!

6. NEVER continue to use, reuse, or attempt to charge a physically-damaged lithium battery. If ever your lithium battery gets damaged while in use (ex: crashes, etc.) you must carefully remove the battery pack and place it in a safe place for at least a half hour to observe. Physically damaged lithium battery cells could spontaneously erupt into a fire!

7. NEVER disassemble or attempt to make your own battery packs from individual lithium cells. 

Storing, Charging, and Using NiMH Batteries
1. ALWAYS store NiMH batteries in a secure location where children cannot reach them. Store your batteries in a cool, dry place. Do not leave your battery exposed to direct sunlight or temperatures below 32-degrees Fahrenheit (0-degrees Celsius), or above 122-degrees Fahrenheit (50-degrees Celsius).

2. ALWAYS charge in a protected area that is away from any flammable (combustible) materials. Always monitor the charging process; NEVER leave the charging process unattended at any time.

3. ALWAYS use a peak-detection type charging system SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED to charge NiMH batteries, at settings that match your battery pack. Never attempt to charge NiMH battery packs with a charger which is not specifically designed for charging NiMH cells.

4. ALWAYS charge NiMH batteries at or below 2C (or one times the rated capacity of the battery). If the battery is a 3000mAh battery, only charge the battery at current rates up to 6A! If you charge the batteries over 2C, you risk damaging the battery and shortening the life span. If any battery shows any sign of venting during the charging process, discontinue the charging IMMEDIATELY and move the battery to a safe place outside as they could erupt into flames.

5. NEVER charge your NiMH batteries while they are mounted in your RC model, as the batteries can get very hot during charging and may cause damage to nearby equipment.

6. NEVER continue to use, reuse, or attempt to charge a physically-damaged NiMH battery. If ever your NiMH battery gets damaged while in use (ex: crashes, etc.) you must carefully remove the battery pack and place it in a safe place for at least a half hour to observe. Physically damaged NiMH battery cells could spontaneously erupt into a fire! 

General Charger Safety Procedures
1. NEVER plug in a battery and leave it to charge unattended! Never leave the power supply, charger and battery unattended! This is a highly dangerous situation, and many serious fires have resulted from this practice!

2. ALWAYS charge lithium batteries in a fire-proof container such as a LiPo battery charging bag. Never charge batteries in extremely hot or cold places or place in direct sunlight. Always keep the charger, charging cables, and battery away from any material that could be affected by heat.

3. NEVER attempt to use the charger’s NiCd and NiMH functions for LiPo or Li-Ion batteries. Never attempt to overcharge a battery pack or exceed the rated charge current of a battery pack. Always use rechargeable batteries designed for use with this type of charger only.

4. ALWAYS inspect the battery before charging. Never charge a battery if the cable has been pinched or shorted. Never attempt to charge dead, damaged or wet battery packs. Never attempt to charge a battery pack containing different types of batteries.

5. NEVER connect the charger to an automobile 12V battery while the vehicle is running. Never attach your charger to both an AC and a DC power source at the same time. Never connect the input jack (DC input) to AC power. Never charge near any flammable liquids or combustible items.

6. ALWAYS charge in a well-ventilated area. Make sure any charger fans are not blocked. Always disconnect the battery after charging, and let the charger cool between charges. Always disconnect the battery and end the charging process if the battery becomes hot to the touch or starts to change form (swell) during the charge process.

7. NEVER use cables that are not specifically designed for usage with your charger. Always connect the charge cable to the charger first, and then connect the battery to avoid any possibility of a short circuit. Always connect the positive red leads (+) and negative black leads (–) correctly.

8. ALWAYS monitor the charging area and have a fire extinguisher available at all times. Always keep lithium batteries away from children.

Batteries, Chargers, and Related Electronics Disclaimer
Integy assumes no liability for the use or misuse of this product or damages incurred to person or property by the use or misuse of chargers, batteries, electronic speed controllers, or other electronics that are used in conjunction with these products. Due to the nature of the use and misuse of these products, Integy Inc. only warranties that this product meets all factory specs at the time of purchase and is free from any manufacturing defects. No other warranty is implied. Integy, the point of purchase, any dealer or distributor, their employees or owners will assume no responsibility for any damages or injuries to property or person that may occur. By purchasing any of these items, the consumer, buyer,   and/or user assumes all liability and takes full responsibility for usage and the results of these items.

Because we cannot control the way lithium batteries will be used, charged, discharged or stored after purchase, Integy offers no warranty on lithium battery packs other than the pack working correctly upon first charge. Lithium battery pack swelling, lithium packs damaged through usage, and/or short-circuited packs will not be covered under warranty. Use lithium battery pack(s) at your own risk.

Some of these products contain a chemical known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. 

Instructions and Quick Start Guides
With the exception of what is listed below, most of our products DO NOT include instructions, and are meant to be completely installed by an experienced hobbyist; this includes product assembly/disassembly, any set-up and adjustment, and periodic maintenance. A majority of our aluminum upgrade kits and conversions are designed replace the stock plastic parts with aluminum versions, they all should generally assemble the same way as your stock components. If new hardware and/or fasteners are included with the upgrade kit, those are meant to replace the factory hardware.

If you need help disassembling your stock vehicle, you will need to refer to the instruction manual/exploded parts view of your particular vehicle, as provided by the manufacturer of your vehicle. If you are unable to assemble and/or install a product, please consult your local Integy dealer for assistance.

Use the links listed after the product names below to download the related files. You need Adobe Reader installed on your computer in order to view these files (a download link is at the bottom of this page.)

 

General Product Usage Guides
LiPo Battery Safety Tips v1.0.3 guide
NiMH Battery Safety Tips v1.0.0 guide
Battery Charger Safety Tips v1.0.3 guide
Using a Setup Station guide
General Instructions for Filling Piggyback Shocks guide 

RC Vehicles
i8MT-2016W 1/8 i8MT 4x4 RC Monster Truck RTR manual
SRC01, SRC02 & BS703 1/10 4WD 1/8 RC Rock Crawler manual

Setup Stations and Setup Tools
Using a Setup Station guide
C22305 Setup Station manual
C22309 Integy Laser Tweak Board manual
C22330 Integy Team Digital Weight Distribution System manual / blank setup sheet
C22410 NT Alignment Setup Station + Case manual
C23115 Setup Station for 1/8 Monster Trucks, Savage, T-Maxx, and more manual
C23861 SPECS Precision Alignment Setup Station manual
C24005 Universal Tire Balancer for 1/5-1/8-1/10 Vehicles manual
C24846 Drift Tire Installation Tool manual
Laser Bubble Upgrade instructions

Hydraulic Brake Assembly Guides
BAJ135 Billet Machined Type II Hydraulic Front Brake System for 5B/T/SC/2.0 manual
BAJ178 Billet Machined Type III Hydraulic Front Brake System for 5B/T/SC/2.0 manual

Charger Instructions and Quick-Start Guides
Integy 16X manual
Integy 16X-Pro manual
Integy 16X2 manual
Integy 16X2-Pro manual
Integy 16X3-v2.5 manual / quick-start guide
Integy 16X3 Pro v2.5 manual / quick start guide
Integy 16X3 v6 manual / quick-start guide
Integy 16x4-Pro manual
Integy 16X5 manual
Integy 16X5 v6 manual / quick-start guide
Integy 16X512 manual
Integy 16X7-Pro manual
Integy 16X705 manual
Integy 16X8 v6 manual
Integy 16X808 manual
Integy 16X9 manual
Integy 16X9 v6 manual
Integy 16X910 manual
1485 SP Discharger manual

Electronic Speed Controllers (ESCs)
E2010 Oracle ESC manual

MSRx / Piggyback Shock Set Instructions and Upgrades
General Instructions for Filling Piggyback Shocks (XSR, MSR, etc.) guide
T3102 MSR6 Shock Set w/Piggyback for Traxxas REVO manual
T3629 MSR5 Shock Set w/Piggyback for Traxxas E/T-Maxx manual
T3664 MSR8 Shock Set w/Piggyback for Traxxas E/T-Maxx manual
T3845 MSR4 Shock Set w/Piggyback for Traxxas E/T-Maxx manual
T3849HR High Performance Silicone O-Ring Upgrade manual
T7014 MSR4 Shock Set w/Piggyback for HPI Savage .21 manual
T7038 MSR8 Shock Set w/Piggyback for HPI Savage manual
T7100 MSR5 Shock Set w/Piggyback for Associated MGT manual
T7300 MSR6 Shock Set w/Piggyback for Losi LST manual
T7900 MSR6 Shock Set w/Piggyback for Traxxas Jato manual

Motor Related Devices
1394 MOD Fashion Motor Lathe manual
C22337 Team Brush Master manual
C22340 Integy Team Auto-Super Lathe w/Carbide manual
C22312 Brush Serrator manual
E2009 Integy INDI Dyno manual
E2028 Integy INDI Dyno v2 manual
50010 Precision Dual Function Spring Dyno manual
X-Mod Perfect Lathe manual
X-Mod Super Lathe manual

NiMH Battery Zappers / Boosters
Torpedo Battery Boosting System manual / quick start
Xipp DCX3000 manual
Xipp DCX3300 manual
Xipp Super Zapper 3000 manual

Misc.
C22339 Integy Team Auto-TrueCut Tire Truing Machine manual
1484 Integy Thermo Sensor manual
528 Eagle Racing Power Supply input voltage setting guide

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