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LiteHawk Voo-Doo Instruction Manual

LiteHawk Voo-Doo - How to Charge
In the box you will have a balance charger along with a D/C power adapter. This allows you to charge your model without being limited to an A/C household power supply. Simply plug into any power outlet in an automobile, boat or R/V.
1. Plug the power adapter into the balance charger
2. Plug the power adapter into a D/C power outlet. Red light will indicate there is power to the charger. 
3. Plug the white balance plug on your battery into the white balance charge port. (These are keyed to only go in one way!)
4. Green light will come on to let you know the battery is charging. 
5. Green light will shut off when the battery is fully charged. Typically there is a 20 minute to 40 minute charge time.

LiteHawk Voo-Doo - Activate or “Sync” the radio and plane together
1. Keep left hand control stick in bottom position. Switch the transmitter power ON.
2. Plug in the plane’s battery.
3. Push the left hand joystick from the bottom all the way to the top, and then back to rest in the bottom position. The radio will beep once.
4. Your LiteHawk Voo-Doo is now bound and ready to fly! This only needs to be done once you turn off and turn on transmitter again next time.

LiteHawk Voo-Doo - Radio and Plane Lose Bind
The binding process effectively ties the transmitter and receiver together. Under normal circumstances, both items are supplied like this from the factory and you sync them during the Activation process. However if you find that your transmitter and receiver are not bound (no response to transmitter controls) you should do the following:
1. Keep left hand joystick in the bottom position, Switch the transmitter power ON.
2. Plug in the plane’s battery.
3. Press and hold the receiver BIND button for about one second and let go.
4. The red light will turn to solid green. The transmitter and receiver are now bound.
NOTE: Typically, for the binding process to be effective, transmitter and receiver should be no more than 10 cm apart and no other similar devices should be within 10 meters of both during setup. You would also need to carry out the binding process if you were to replace the included receiver with another one.

LiteHawk Voo-Doo - Pre Flight Set Up

LiteHawk Voo-Doo - Controller Functions

LiteHawk Voo-Doo - Opening the Magnetic Canopy for the first time

- Start by pushing the canopy slightly sideways. This will provide an edge with which you can lift.
- Confidently lift away the canopy using this exposed edge. Once removed, note the tab that secures it at the back of the canopy.
- To replace the canopy, slide in the tab and close the magnets together.

LiteHawk Voo-Doo - Attaching the Vertical Stabilizers

Each stabilizer is installed with the lettering facing out. Study the way the vertical stabilizer sits in the pocket on the main fuselage. Notice that the nub on the stabilizer is meant to sit inside the dimple.

Finally, notice how you must manipulate the stabilizer to properly seat it into its pocket and practice inserting it.

For best adhesion, clean the pocket into which the vertical stabilizer is seated. Use a cotton swab with a dab of water and dry thoroughly. Using alcohol may mar the paint on your Voo-Doo.


Peel back the protective film to expose the adhesive on the bottom of the vertical stabilizer.

Align the nub and dimple and seat the stabilizer into its pocket. Repeat for the other side.

LiteHawk Voo-Doo - Learn To Fly - Hand Launching Your LiteHawk Voo-Doo

- Stand in the middle of a wide area, facing the wind. (Remember under 5km/h wind).
- Hold the plane in your right hand.
- Move the left joystick (throttle stick) to max power.
- Toss the plane into the wind slightly upwards angle. This is the easiest and best way 
for beginners first flights.
- Once you have let go of the plane, move your right hand onto the radio to operate the right control stick. Pull down on the right side control stick to help the plane climb into the sky.
- Once you are comfortable with the height of the plane reduce the throttle speed.

LiteHawk Voo-Doo - ESC Wiring Guide

The first two images serve a guide of where each wire is attached on the ESC, and to what component each attached wire is connected.
- Note where the Servo Plugs must be connected (Left and Right Wing Servos).
- The last two images show the correct orientation for the plugs.

LiteHawk Voo-Doo - How to Replace The Servos

First up, it's easier than it looks! Use a small flathead screw driver to carefully lever it out just under the servo arm.
Now you can remove the push rod from the servo arm and the screw from the servo arm.
Use that small flathead screw driver to lever off the servo arm taking note of where it is positioned on the servo for replacement.
If you are only replacing a bad servo arm you can carefully reassemble from here, making sure that the arm is in the same position as when you took it off (approximately pointing straight up) and the pushrod is in the bottom hole.
If you are removing the servo, you need to gently slide the ESC out from within the wing.
Unplug the servo that you are replacing from the ESC. Now, having gently pulled the wires from the recess provided for the wire, you will have to use a sharp razor blade or knife to cut through the decal on the wing so that you can lift out the servo.
Attach your servo arm and the pushrod in their correct positions and reinsert the servo in its recess, snuggly. Carefully press the wire back into its recess ( we used a small popsicle stick ) and tuck the left over wire into the body behind the ESC, and slide the ESC back into the body.
A strip of tape over the wire covering the decal that you had to cut, and you are finished.