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~lr,C:~U!liII x II ha s I'o u r: -h' lice 1 d r i, v c . 11 II,!:'; I wo d i r rc ;'(';1 i i a I ~, i:'1 r'igid housings (1:l1j rd '1S op t.Lonn 1 L~XLi';,1) a nd ;! :1;'<1~;"~ tj t v.i tit 1:hOO f'!'OIlI: eli .-_!IIt! ()iIC !-',::!i' l: i :~ .. ".
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_ offset transmission enabling the engine t o he 11101111U'cj cc-u t. rn l lv for op t trnal centre of g rav Lty Loc a t i on <:111<1 III;JkiI1f. j';!l dIOl,·(':. :;('V( of movement con t' i gura t Lon I'ea s i b lc (50/50 r-a t i o . 1"1'(1111 o r: i'l~al' p r-cponrte r-rmcc l so t hn t yOIl r a n til i I or you i: MI\GNLI~lr't'l'r i v ill:: d over all types of r-oad s u r-I'n ce . These ad j us LIIICI! :11'" In;HIL:y U; b altering the step-down ratios 0(' the gears 011 the illLcl'lIledi;lLc bearings. _ an over-dimensioned suspension enabling tile MI\GNlJ~1t o cope w i 1'.11 any surface irregularities. _ a sys tern for coun tering up and down lure 11 Ill.> of' the 1'l'OIl<111<\ i L rear axled to guard against the effect of ma s s t r-a ns I'c r du ri 11); acceleration'and braking. - optimal standardisation of parts - computerised design of suspensions - phenomenal ground clearance (65mm)

OTHER CHARACTERISTICS
Wheelbase 330lllm Wheel track 310lIHn system

Front and rear anti-lurch Low-waisted tires Large diameter- rims q progressive shock absorbers

OPTIONAL EXTRAS
Central differential, self locking with adjusLable Universal joint pin retaining rings Lexan competition body
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hardness
20 M lOO?
2~, )11 OQIIIj

Ref 20 M 0135

T.A derives directly from the MAGNUM ~ x ~ desiCn studies, It has the same suspensions, and hence the same adjusLlllenl facilities, plus the offset transmission system. Its exceptional drive and roadholding qualities make it a vehicle equally suited fat' compeLition and leisure dr.iving by the exacting amateur', OTHER CHARACTERISTICS :
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THE MAGNUM

Engine mounted centrally in front for bel t e r location of weight. Homokinetic universal joints Hydraulic shock-absorbers ;.~ Low-waisted tiresExceptional gr'ound clearance Wheelbase Whecltrack
330mm

Lf.ng

;)lId

1II0l'C'OI'W(lr'd f

(65mm)

310rnm

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I\S~EMI)LY

TOOLS

I!t:;QUllll~j)

I standard set of screwdrivers Phillips screwdriver 1 small hammer I set of .Al Lan keys 1. 1,5. 2. 2.5, 3, 3, s. !I '" /j,:; 1 circlip pliers with bent tips 2 drills 3 & 3,5 1 12V minidrill with cutting wheels 1 tube of loctite composition 1 cutter 1 pot of low viscosity grease grade NLGI type 2 or molycot roller bearing grease or standard ~10lli 1 01' 1 tube of silicone 1 tube of quick setting adhesive, Cyanolit type
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gl'e;l!;(~

Open only one blister at a time in the or-der recommended jn instructions, By doing so, you will avoid m i s Lay i ng pa r t s , - carry out tests and inspections at ever-y stage of assembly

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- to ensure proper operation of the transmission as a Whole. take care to ensure that all subassemblies (front axle, rear axle, intermediate transmission, location of engine) are in perfect alignment with each other. - remove the parts with a cu t t e r. from the blister by cutting
the plastic:

fiJrn

Incidentally, all these details will help determine and cornpetitivity of your vehicle.

the reliability

OPTIONI\L D:TI::i\S
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l30dy Universal joint pin retaining PHESENTATION The kits ar e presented of different colours.
MAGNUM II x II

21 ~1 01 j(l
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rings Or. YOUR NflGNU~1flOX

Be

r 20

as separate parts in blisters

1>'1tll

anscr t;s

MAGNUM '1'./\

Blister red insert
1 differential

Blister
1 fron t

red insert
110llS

&. housing &. housing

i ng

Blister red insert 1 differential Blistcr' gl'cen insert output from housing &. front and rear braking system Blister blue insert servo-saver, clutch and engine mounting

Blister g~cen insert output from housing &. front and rear braking system Blister blue insert intermediate transmission

Blister white insert servo-saver, clutch engine mounting Blister black insert suspension arms and Blister black in~crt arms

suspension

This type of packing has been adopted by our engineers give you the dual advantage of : quick easy check of parts under carbon papers - quick and easy assembly

in order to

(stock lists on back)

Each blister represents an important stage in the construction of yourr crcs svcount r-y competition vehLc Le. You will note the simila~ity of the front and rear parts. This standat'disation will enable you to reduce your stock of spare p~rts and hence make a saving on cost.

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t.h e 2 di.rrul'cn t i a I pillions and t.hc 2 d i l~rCI'CIII. i a l :: Ilk To do t h J s , place one differential pinion ['1<11. 011 :1.1:11,1,' and then fj t: .i n the 2 side genr s fl'eely all e i t hc r side. I'll' ill" s cc ond di.rrCl'cntiaJ p i n Lou on lop of the three pu rts . As s ernb Lc

ge ar s .

U1POllTI\NTNOTE : Tile pj_nions and side gear's !!llISl be ill men t in ordel' La avoid having a gap' be t;\4een the teeth,
2)
3)

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Put the assembled lj parts back into the differential hody Fit the yokes (greased bef'or-ehand ) into the body of t hc di fIc r-c u t.La l . Ijl Pit the differential pinion stub ax Le . If one end of' the diIT('J'('IILi:11 pinion ax Lc does not come out opposite the hole in the di f'Fc rcu L i :11 body, you r' ge a r s \~i11 have a gar> between teeth, Re-assernlll c t.l«: II 1':11'(:;. 5} Check your- assembly; the difrerential must tUi'n smoothly. 6) Fix the cir-cLf ps on the universal j o Ln t yokes using a H!1Iall
SCl'CI,'(lt-ivCI',

To

do

t.h i s , so r

up

tile

d i Ff'c r-en t i a l

hody

I i,:llily

III

a vice, t he n engage the c i i-c La ps in the yoke groove U~;iIlI~;1 V,'I'.\' fine p Lic r s . Push the c I s-c Li ps wi th the pain t of' the :-;cI'(:IVd I' i VI'I' ./) Gener-ously g r-ca sc the Lnt.e r i or- of the d Lf'f'e r-e n t La I body w i t.h molycot grease, C) l'it the O-ring in place and then put on the d.i I'I'e i-c n t Iul CtlVI'I·. 9) Fix the bevel t.ype final dr-I ve crown wheel wi th the 3 s c r-cw« supplied (do not tighten,too much). Ft'ont 10) housing (diagram into Put nr the the 1) races; bevel fit the gearwheel

Put the ball rential body,

side plates
on its

on t,o t.hc djj'("ebe ar-Lng ; ;)S!;c!!!i>ic

the whole.
Fix the' front housing on the chassi.s in the correct :1!;:-;ernhJ.v d.i.r-ec t Lon . It is recommended to seal the front lrous Lng <li~:1 i nrr t, the chassis with a silicone film. 12) Check the assembly by turning the bevel type final dr-i vc a x I o by handle. The as ccrnb l y must turon smooth] y_ 11)

IMPORTANT NOTE:

tightened uniformly of the mechanism.

1111 fixing acr-ews for housing and chassis mil!;!. llc so as not adversely to affect the wor-king

HEJ\IIDIFFEI!ENTIAL AND HOUSING
the f'lat on t hc bevel type final a mini-drjll or a file. 2) J\ssembly and [Jar'!;:; ur-e the same as before housing watch out for the position of the dr1 ves (diagram nr 2) to ensure the cor-t-ee of the four wheels.
1) Lengthen

d r i v t: by uhou t
but when

5111111

using

f'ixilll"; t.h« [,(::11' type final t di rec tion of' r-o t.a t ion bevel

FRONT DIFFERENTIAL
I}

& HOUSING-

FRONT WHEEL DHIVE
by about

Lengthen with a

the and

flat

on the

bevel

mini-drill or a file.

type final drive

9mm

2) Assembly

parts are the same as before.

Pi1ge

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THI\NSmSSl0N

AND BRAKING SYSTt.::M
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MAGNUM

x

4-

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Front transmission
1)

-

lj

x 4. (Blister :green Insc r t

De bur-r tile brake plates and discs with emery paper the serrate part of the pins into the brake slap.

2) Insert

3) Fix the latter on the chassis_
lj)

Fit

<l

plate

onto this brake stop.

5) Put the clip onto tile squar-e dr-ive head using a c Lr-c f ps l
pl.iers.. 6) Slide the brake ca lLpc i- with its roller drive head. hearing onto the
squar-e

7) Put the two brake discs in between 8) Fit the rotary expander
a circlip diameter

the plates. and thcn secure with

5.

cam into the caliper

9) Fit the assembly

in place

(caliper,

square

head)

10) Secure the assembly wi th a He II x 5 screw impregnn. ted wi til loctite composition. * Be sure to check the alignment of the housing and brake bearing. * In its neutral position (brake not activated) the assembly must be fr-ee (without disc friction); if not loscn t.he br-ake stop and then r-e t i ght.cn it, pushing with you. hand t owar-ds the front of the car in order to increase the play between the discs.
I

Front transmission 1) Slide the roller 2) Fix the circlip

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(Dliste~

grecn:inse.t)

bearing diameter

into the race 15 on the squa r-e drive head .

3} Slide the crown wheel onto the square drive head
(thinner
lj)

shoulder

of the crown wheelan

the circlip

side)

Slide the square dr-Ive head onto the bevel type f i na I drive and then secure with sc~ew He lj x 5 impregnated with loctite composition.

5) Fix the whole on the chassis.

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1) In a vice I'o rce the un i ve rsn l j o i n L yok« 111LO t he C -nt rn l ~;qtJ;ll"l' dr i ve head. ensuring a Li.gnme t, 01" the s1IIol1 drLl Lho Lcs )1\ bo t h n parts. and fit the pin using rl 5111<11) hanune (d i arrr-am n r II), i2) wh cc l

Pit the central c rown wlie c l Lt.h c on the shou ide r side 01' Lite the correct direction

t.h

CCI1LI'al

Lnnc r shoulder of the sque re head).

c r-own

3) Fit the races with their antifricLioll bearings
Ensure
II)

of fitting the raceS

Fit the two universal joints in tile yoke of the central uu i ver sa l joint and then fix (bearings. cen t i-al squar-e he ad ) on tile cha ss i s w L thout tightening. Pix the antifriction bearings and intermediate yokes on the intermediate bca rLng i-ac cs . Fix the intermediate Fix the intermediate
c Lr c Li.ps .

5)

un Lvc rsa l joint
t hcm

6) 7)

bea rLng races gearwheels

w i t Iiou t

locking

,
LIte

(15 Leeth) and then pu L on

8) Intertooth adjustment crown wheel/intermediate gearwheels. To adjust the play between the teeth of the crown wheels. place a sheet of paper in the gearing (lightly) then press the two pa~ts together by tightening the uear i ng plate screws. Remove the sheet of paper. A) If the paper tears The gearing is too tight. Repeat the operation. B) If the paper does not tear Adjustment is correct with minimum play.

9) Lock

the central whole.

hearing

plate!> and r.heck the alignment

or

tile

INTERMEDIATE: TRI\NSMISSION 1',.A.,.
(BUs tel' blue insert)
1)

See above phase

1 of the MAGNUM

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x

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2) See above phase

II 2 of the r-IIiGNUM x

Ij

3) Fit the beal:'ing plate with its antifriction
to ensure the correct direction plate (see diagram nr 4 bis)

bearing. Take care of fitting of the bearing then fit

4) Slide the antifrietion bearing int6 the brake caliper the latter on the square drive head.

5) Fix on the chassis
6) Pix the brake

without

tightening

the sccews

hard.

stop with its pins on the chassis, and slide the brake disc o~to the square drive head.

7) Position

the plates

8) See pha~es 5, 6. 7 & 8 above of the MAGNUM 4 x ~,

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l)11 the chassis C1IHJ 011 t.!·1(' fi xc d , tile tl1I'CC t.v pc s: 0[' ha s.s is (and also t he s) Il!,~
pLa t.e

and

t hc

s o s pc n s i on

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1) Fit
2)

all

Lns c r t s in

tile

ball

and

socket on tile

joints

using

a vice.

Pi t t.hc h 1 J a nd s o c ko I. joints Be C<1l'C fu 1 Lo CII!;lIl'(~ l.IIC cot-t-ee (d i ag rnrn ru- 5),
: up pc
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L d.i r-cc t ion

suspension arms, of assembly

EXAl\1PLE Let

us cous i d e r all
t hc

t

suspension
rl atOll
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a rm :
il

PJ ace on the

s unp

us i on

table

as

for

its

fu t ur e mount. i II!;

c ha s sJ s

(ri i ~\r:I';I"1

5),

- at the end of' the suspension arm (wlree I side) use a small hammer to dr-Lve in a 'shon a ns e r t ball and socket bearing with the milled part upwards (to accommodate the king-pin drilled head screw) - at both ends (cho s.s i s side) insert ball and socket joints LeL us now consider Place - at ball
t hc

of the suspension arm f1 t with shoulder downwards. suspension its arm future fitting

the

long

a Jower
ann

s uspe us ion

;w for

all the the fit

chassis, in~;e['l
Long

thc and

end of' t.he suspension sock c Ll .i o i II U; \"i th
susncus

arm (wheel side) fit the mi lling downwards. i on a rrn (chassis upwards. au srtcn s i on a rrns side)

short the

-at boll! ends or t he insert ball and socket

joints
r'

3)

Do the

s ame

for

t.hc o t he

q) Fix the lowe~ suspension arms on the chassis and the upper suspension a r-rns all the I'r-on t and rear plates. Take care to the shims when ri x j of, according to diagram nr 6, NoLe Fo(" Lhe upper slJspension arms

Lns c r

t,

To make it possible to adjust the ground s c r e w a 5 x (, hex socket B'I'R in the hole for the purpose.

clearance, provided

Types;

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j t.mcn t llI<i.de··on f t :1:\1.,' h:, t.c ri t i:« tile LlDPC1' r-ock c r aJ'1Il 'ball joints. l lowc vcr ,\"011 w i 11 ;111 t.h c ;JdjLJstlilCII!.:; (h'i 11jllg lio l c-« :11'<: ; !I\'I'\' "I: III,'
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but

only

the

10 or

20"

cen t i-e s

.

They
wor

me r-c ly represent our particular choice based on OUl' own pi 10L ks tests. They have s hown that the 15' caster wh i c h you II.:1.d or'i!:jna Ll y was suitable on all types of road surface. But you <1I'C rr-cc Lo choose your setting, drilJing La diameter per tile p La t.c 1I1~ll'I;j!I!~.

- 'l'he camber setting is obtained by modifying the posi lion of the king-pin drum (ref : 22 M 0017). Its original drillings arc used f'OI' tile ne u t r a I position of the wheels. A reference mark is made on t hc side of the drum. Each quarter turn corresponds to 5 ne g a t i vc OL' positive camber (top or bottom reference) or S" toe-out or toe-in (l'ighthand or lefthand refer-ence) which can be cancelled oUL by inc rc as.Lng 0[' decreasing the length of the s t.ee r i ng links .. Tile d iag r-arns be Low show the re commcndcd and neutral POS] t i.on of' Lll!~ fr-on t and rear king-pins and tI~e various comba na Lions 0(' cas Lc." s c t, t i Ill:

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ENC1NE

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Cl,UTCH

It i s ne c c s s ar-v LO cut. orr II<I['L t.he or-Lg i.nu adapt.orL IllJ t hy Il~ r needs 1) c a rc I'u

of'

Lile

22 111001r8.

c i-ank s ha ft and t'cpJac(! 1\1 though t.h i s ope r'n t. i \'l~

l attention,

it

l.!"; rca

Ll v quite

simple.

2)

3)

Put the engine Ln t o Lt.s o r i gi na I bag . Pierce tile bag so that tile cr e nk s hn I"L can pass t hr-ough. Sc c l t lrc rc \~i til adhc s Lvc t npc all i.h e b~lg and 011 the smooth pa r t, of' tile shaft. Close Lhe bag. Cut with a hacksaw 01' better still a cutting wheel in the middle of the threaded par t . 'DehUI'L' the kerf. Engine w i t l: smooth
c rank s ha ft .

B)

No cutting
1) 2) 3)
1j)

is required.

5)
6)

8) 9)

7)

t tile govc r-nor- I~C.i ,11t.s 011 Lhe rell I' face r 0 f the f' lywilccJ . Fit the split cone 011 the pa r t. of Lhe c rank sha I u and also t.lle clutch f'Lywhee l . Sc r-ew the engine nut all the t.h r-c ad . Impr-cg na t e wi til lac t i t.o composition. Secure the flywheel in a vice without the engine touching j I. ;11\<1 finish sc rew ing on the nut by tightening it ve'['yhar-d . Tile engine flywheel must oe r'cgidly fixed to the c'['ankshaft. Cut of'T the gover-nor+we i gh ts in accor-dance with diagram IU' 8 u s ing aa cutter. The cutoffs must not be too pronounced. Fi.t the gover-nor',weights on the flywheel and then place t ho annular' r-eset spring. When in place, the spring must not pr-ojcct beyond the gove~nor weights. If it docs: a) debu'['r the gr'oove with a cutter b) shor-t cn the a-ring. To do this, mark the spring joint nrrd tu['n the spring as though unscrcwing a screw. Cut a few llIorc millimeter'S and then scr'ew up again. rit the clutch casing and the needle heaping. Fix tile final circlip and the washer. Make su['c that the: casing lurns frcely.

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FIXING THE ENGINE ON THE CHI\SSIS MI\GNUM 4 x 4 - 1'.1\.
brackets c an he adapted fop PICCO &. OPS accor-df.ng to their' location on the car. 1\11 you necd do is place the four fixing screws as shown, the alignment is preadjusted. 2) Fix the enginc bracket plates on the chassis. 3) Fix the engine (without tightening the screws har'd) on the chassis (exploded d'['swing). 4) Make sure that the engine is pI'operly parallel to the transmission. 1\ basic '['uleis that the teeth of the caSing and those of the crownwheel must be perfectly lined up with each other. This depends on the position of the engine in relation to its fixihg brackets on the chassis.
1) The

5) Then tighten
ve r'y har-d,

the screws

impregnated

with

loctite

composition

MACNUM ~ x q - T.n.
1) Dri J J. t.h e 2) Fix
CHe

['OU1'

holes

w i, til

<l

!II

i n i -d ri i l

(dj

1lf,l'<J1Il

Ill'

12) plate and

the bumper with the grooves and nylstop

Par ko r grooves for the nuts for tile chassis.

upper

FIN
1)

Slide the two aluminium fin suppor-t.s on ei t ne r- side of the U-shapcd piano w i.r e . 'l'Lgh t cn t h i s assembly in a vice allowing the top to project about 2 ern :llld t he n I'o Ld over abou t 00' so tha
t

t.nc fin the

lies

on top. wire in the rear shock absorber support support. accomodatc

2) Thread two stop

piano

3) Two small
~ ) Pierce

cages in rings for fin and and

the rear shock absorber fixing the piano \>11'0. then secure offer

the

it up on the fin
two circlips.

support

5) Fit

the

washer two hex

with the
screws.

6) Fit the

3 socket

Pnge

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The s e r-vo+s ave r is Lnc or-po ra i no ill:;id,' by the au tel' face and the a l um.i Jl] 11111

compe r uncn r l a t.c ,

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It is fitted separately (d i ag r-ru» Ill' 6) then clipped inLo p]LlCC .i n the compartment by making a qua r-t c r- 1.UI'I) (90·) r-c Le t Lve to its operating position at the ne u t ra I po i n t of the wheels. Tile universal joints are then secured onto an a1 loy plate prior to being held by t\'!IO nylstop nuts on the arm of the ncr-vc+s ave r . This plate provides the user with a practical easy method f'ot- fitling and r-emov ing thesc components, Note: ini tial - cut the The holes in this p l at.c s c r-ew i.ng a h Lghe r- t han the par-t of the arm of fixing nut of the upper
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1) Use an acetone type solvent La clean be bonded and also the r i rn, Pi t the on the outcr flange. 2) Slightly raise the edge of the tire drying adhesive (Supergluc 3 type) Continue bonding bi t by hi t around When doing this, on your finger-so avoid spatter and

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1) Using a 2.5111111 drill. picrce the servo support feet and fix them on t hc chassis observing the spacing of the se rvos
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1) Eng.inc fails to start, but without smoke from the exhaust Open progressively the large aluminium screw (1/4 turn at once). 2) Engine fails to start., with smoke from the exhaust : Close the large screw. 3) Engine starts, smokes and stops: Close the large screw lj) Engine starts and stop,s, without smoke from the exhaust Open the large screw 5) Engine starts at lower r.p.m and stops Close the idle SCrew one 1/2 tu['n.

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1) Too large opening of carburettor adjustment screws will cause engine Clooding with a risk of blocking when yoo attempt to start it. In this case, do not persist. Remove the plug from cylinder head and rotate engine with the starter to d['awing excess fuel. 2) If a new engine is very difficult Tighten again after starting.
3) During bl'eak-in period,

to sta~t.

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accelerations,

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