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Used Enforcer RC Help Please!?
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Hello everyone! I can't tell you how excited and proud I am to own an Enforcer! I am a completely new to RC boats, this is the first and only RC boat that I have ever owned, but why not start with…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jim C Aug 16, 2011.

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A Couple of questions!

I have an holder homelite Enforcer that I am retrofitting.

My 1st question is, I purchased the push rod switch assembly. The leads on this assembly are new to me, they are 2 pin. My battery pack and reciever use 3 pin connectors. How do I go about getting connectors or adapters that will allow the push rod switch to work with my equipment?

#2. Is the enforcer EKG compatible with homelite engines? Are there any instructions available online that I can look at for…


Posted on July 7, 2012 at 6:26pm — 22 Comments

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At 6:52pm on August 15, 2011, Jim C said…

Hey Man you need to get some pics of your boat up on the web!


At 8:52pm on August 15, 2011, Jim C said…
Good to here you are enjoying the hobby! For that big of a boat dual rudders wouldnt be a bad idea. What setup do you have? Do you have an offset rudder? I have that on my magnum missile. I just replaced my radio box in one of my boats the new ones are so much nicer. My favorite thing about these boats is the customization and all the things you can do with them. I will problaby get out to the lake in a couple days. I have been doing this for a long time about 9 or 10 years.
At 12:40pm on January 17, 2012, Tony Castronovo said…
Just give Pam the overall drive cable length and we can make a nes solder-less one. The re-power is not a big deal to do, maybe 3-4 hours with only a couple holes to re-drill.
You do have the SPD III, just add the left rudder and post. When you are ready just give us a call.
Tony C.
At 3:54pm on January 20, 2012, Tony Castronovo said…

Blair, That's great! Glad to have you as a Enforcer owner.


Tony C.

At 8:02am on July 24, 2012, Tony Castronovo said…


The EKG is a device I designed that in simple terms is a normally open switch with the two blue wires being the switch legs. It will work with any ignition engine that has a ( coil tap ) wire that when shorted to the block will kill the engine.

It is placed in the battery circuit after the switch and before the receiver battery input, this way it is protecting both the battery pack and switch for mechanical connection failure.

The internal circuit is looking for a constant 3.2 volt input of power, I found this to be the lowest threshold of power safety. If the unit senses a drop below the 3.2 it will "close" the switching circuit ( 2-blue leads) and in effect short the coil tap ( black ) wire to the block, killing the engine.

If the circuit senses no voltage present it will also do the same function, so in short it's only function is a voltage go-or-no-go device. Since today's radio include radio frequency fail-safes, the EKG is the secondary protection device that the radio fail-safe can not protect, as without battery voltage present at the receiver the receiver would not function to enable the radio's fail-safe to move the throttle servo to the idle or off position.

If you start your engine and turn the receiver switch off and the EKG is wired in correct, it will stop the engine . If the batteries are low below the 3.2 volt threshold it will react like a rev-limiter and in some cases open and close the circuit depending on the battery voltage fluctuation,

If you purchased this from us and it is not working properlly and within the 90 day warranty we will replace it at no charge.

You can also call me an we can go over your installation. In some cases the "reed" switch inside the device can close and hold in that position. Give the unit a few hard taps with a screwdriver handle and it should release.


Tony C.

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