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Installing a new spring speaker mount

Advanced Sound Speaker (horn speaker)
1. Attach the spring mount bracket to the launcher (mounting holes are located to the left of the receiver on a 2/4 shooter and to the right on an 8/12 shooter).
2. Insert the end of the 2 bolt into the center hole of the spring mount bracket. Install large washer, split washer, and tighten nut.
3. Remove the wire hold-down bar from the receiver and plug the two-pole male speaker connector into the two-pole speaker connection on the receiver (labeled 'Adv. Sound')
4. Arrange the speaker wire as picture (make sure the knot is positioned above the slot) and replace the wire hold-down bar.
5. Use the wiring strap to secure excess wire. Leave sufficient slack to permit rotating the speaker.


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Standard Sound Speaker
1. Attach the spring mount bracket to the launcher (mounting holes are located to the left of the receiver on a 2/4 shooter and to the right on an 8/12 shooter).
2. Determine the direction that you would like the speaker to point to and insert the two small bolts into the appropriate holes on the spring mount bracket. Attach the nuts and tighten.
3. Remove the wire hold-down bar from the receiver and plug the four-pole male speaker connector into the four-pole speaker connection on the receiver (labeled 'Std. Sound')
4. Arrange the speaker wire as pictured (make sure the knot is positioned above the slot) and replace the wire hold-down bar.
5. Use the wiring strap to secure excess wire. Leave sufficient slack to permit rotating the speaker.


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FAQ

Old style Electronics

Bumper Boy launcher were designed to maintain and be fixed in the field. Understanding basic things like lubrication, replacing a servo and basic problem Trouble shooting will save you time and money. You must have a spare servo in order to provide field test. These can be purchased from Bumper Boy or a local Hobby store. (use Futaba 3003 or GWS)

First determine if the issue is a electronic issue or a mechanical or servo issue.

Determining Electronic Issues:

Identify the problem.

Power Problems

Communication Issues

Program, Change Sounds, Add a Second Unit

Mechanical Issues:


New style Electronics

Bumper Boy launcher were designed to maintain and be fixed in the field. Understanding basic things like lubrication, replacing a servo and basic problem Trouble shooting will save you time and money. You must have a spare servo in order to provide field test. These can be purchased from Bumper Boy or a local Hobby store. (use Futaba 3003 or GWS)

First determine if the issue is a electronic issue or a mechanical or servo issue.

Determining Electronic Issues:

Identify the problem.

Power Problems

Communication issues

Mechanical Issues

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