Traxxas E-Maxx Brushless RTR Monster Truck (w/Castle Brushless System & TQi 2.4G

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Traxxas E-Maxx Brushless RTR Monster Truck (w/Castle Brushless System & TQi 2.4G
Price: $659.99
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The Traxxas E-Maxx Brushless Edition is packed with Maxx Monster Muscle for boulder slinging torque and scorching top speeds of 65+ mph. Power comes from the Castle Creations Mamba Monster, factory installed and programmed for maximum output from the 2200kV motor. The included twin 7-cell NiMh battery packs power the E-Maxx to a scorching 35+mph.

Strap in 6S Lipo and install the included optional speed gear, and the next stop is 60+mph. If speed is your ultimate goal, 65+ is possible with a set of lower profile Talon tires (sold seperately). The E-Maxx requires no modifications to handle the extra power; all of the drivetrain and transmission components were designed from the start for exactly this type of high-amp, high-rpm horsepower.

Super-Duty Revo® driveshafts, Torque-Control slipper clutch, an oversized steel idler gear and rubber-sealed bearings are just a few of the features that make E-Maxx ready for all the horsepower you can handle. The Mamba Monster™ controller features a cooling fan and heavy-duty construction with oversized 6.5mm connectors, Traxxas High-Current Connectors, and the motor uses a 5mm rotor shaft for added durability. Traxxas’ innovative and secure speed control mount keeps the Mamba Monster controller and on/off switch in place without relying on servo tape. The E-Maxx Brushless Edition also includes the Traxxas TQi 2.4GHz high output radio system that eliminates frequency conflicts while delivering the long range and reliability you expect from Traxxas.


TQi Radio System
The Traxxas® TQi™ radio system arrives with a full complement of tuning features, long-range 2.4GHz signal, and proven Traxxas reliability for rock-solid performance. It's advanced, it doesn't even need an external antenna. The TQi radio system is equipped with superior Direct Sequence Spread-Spectrum (DSSS) technology, fully programmable features, and the convenience of patent-pending Traxxas Link™ automatic model recognition. The transmitter’s easy-to-use design provides the instant, worry-free, turn-it-on-and-go driving fun you expect from Traxxas, while also delivering pro-level tuning features for those who wish to explore the expanded tuning possibilities. The Multi-Function knob on the face of the transmitter can be programmed to control a variety of functions such as steering exponential, steering and braking dual rate, and throttle trim. Other tuning options include end point adjustment, servo reversing, and sub trim adjustment. The TQi 2.4GHz transmitter pumps out a strong, clear signal for optimum range. The 13ms frame rate and near zero latency results in instant steering and throttle response along with precise, smooth control. The TQi is compatible with the optional TQi Docking Base and Traxxas Link application.

*NOTE: The E-MAXX does not come with a battery charger for the (2) included NiMH batteries, nor does it comes with (4) AA's for the Transmitter. For chargers, you can use the Traxxas EZ Peak Charger, or any of other peak charger that is intended for Traxxas batteries.

  • Includes TQi 2.4GHz high output radio system
  • Factory-installed Castle Creations Mamba Monster™ Brushless System
  • Speeds of 65+ mph
  • Two 7-cell 3000mAh batteries included
  • Heavy-duty Brushless Ready transmission with steel idler gear and Revo®-Spec Torque-Control™ slipper clutch
  • Revo®-Spec front, rear, and center driveshafts
  • Quick release battery hold-downs accept 6- and 7-cell NiMH packs and 2S LiPo packs
  • Accessory battery hold-downs included for 3S LiPo packs
  • Dual digital waterproof steering servos deliver 250 oz-in of torque & 0.16-sec transit time
  • Eight fully-adjustable, coil-over Ultra Shocks™
  • Sealed pivot ball suspension
  • Sealed limited slip differentials
  • Hex hardware throughout
  • Ready-To-Race®

Castle Creations Mamba Monster Features:

  • Rated for 6S LiPo operation
  • Low-voltage detection for LiPo use
  • Heavy-duty switching BEC
  • High-efficiency heat sink
  • Integrated cooling fan
  • 6.5mm gold-plated bullet connectors
  • Castle Link compatible for tuning via computer
  • using USB cable
  • Proportional heavy-duty braking circuitry
  • Proportional reverse with lockout mode
  • 5mm rotor shaft
  • Machined heatsink motor can
  • 3908 2033439080 E-Maxx Brushless 4WD electric monster truck, $1,100.00
  • RTR with 2.4GHz 2-channel radio system
  • and Mamba Monster Brushless System
Traxxas TQi 2.4GHz Radio System Features:
  • High Output signal for maximum range
  • Integrated internal antenna
  • Telemetry enabled 5-channel micro receiver with dual channel-1 inputs
  • Simple 2-Button Interface
  • Steering trim and Multi-Function knobs
  • Adjustable steering and throttle:
    • Percentage (dual rates)
    • Sensitivity (exponential)
    • End points
    • Sub-trim
    • Servo reversing
  • Automatically stores and loads settings for up to 30 Traxxas Link Model Memory enabled models—just switch on and drive, "model selection" is not required
  • High 13ms frame rate and near-zero latency for responsive control
  • Comfortable ergonomic design
  • Compatible with Exclusive TQi Docking Base

Needed to Complete:

  • 4 "AA" Batteries for Transmitter
  • Charger for 8.4V Batteries

This product was added to our catalog on February 2, 2012

Friday, Mar 12 2010 (about 12 years ago)
Traxxas E-Maxx Brushless RTR Monster Truck (w/Castle Brushless System & TQi 2.4G
This truck is a monster! very durable. I've had mine for 3 months now. only thing I would upgrade are the driveshafts. the monster is simply too strong for the stock plastic. It runs great with the stock batteries. and the mamba monster is amazing! great torque, great speed, and completes a great truck. I would recommend this truck to everyone.
Thursday, Nov 24 2011 (about 10 years ago)
Traxxas E-Maxx Brushless RTR Monster Truck (w/Castle Brushless System & TQi 2.4G
It's really a shame when you have to spend twice as much as the original price of the model to make a good rc truck, car, helicopter ect. Traxxas, Losi, Axial all need to try harder and get the aftermarket stuff on the rig out of the box. That way they can compete for our money with who has the best product.
Wednesday, Jun 23 2010 (about 12 years ago)
Traxxas E-Maxx Brushless RTR Monster Truck (w/Castle Brushless System & TQi 2.4G
Incredible truck, larger than I expected and fast too! With the stock batteries it'll wheelie on command and can definitely hold up to abuse. It's ready to go right out of the box too, and comes with all sorts of tools and spare parts. I would definitely recommend it to the backyard basher!
Saturday, Mar 10 2012 (about 10 years ago)
Traxxas E-Maxx Brushless RTR Monster Truck (w/Castle Brushless System & TQi 2.4G
This is my first rc car and it is awsome. An a-arm broke when I jumped 12 feet, so I replaced them with rpm and nothing bad so far. It goes fast and is very easy to clean. Thumbs up!
Friday, Jan 27 2012 (about 10 years ago)
Traxxas E-Maxx Brushless RTR Monster Truck (w/Castle Brushless System & TQi 2.4G
if you look at the hpi or losi monster truck nitro or electric they have steel shafts. the hpi savage flux hp same esc and motor has a all steel gear transmission and steel dog bones yes it a dog bone but its STEEL not plastic with metal joints to break the plastic. and the hpi has a steel chassis plates. this e-maxx bre will break its chassis if you land on a single tire front or rear with any extreme angle like above 45 degreas your gonna need some parts. plus the hpi savage is 40 bucks less and has a steel gear servo which is allot tuffer. plus you wont need a new body like you do with a traxxas machine. the losi is a inbetwene machine with steel driveshafts and plastice trans. overall get a hpi its better build and more for your money plus you can get a medium lipo to go with it. so you only need to get 150 dollars in batteries and chargers. a emaxx bre will need 375 in stuff to make it semi comparible to a hpi.
Thursday, Nov 24 2011 (about 10 years ago)
Traxxas E-Maxx Brushless RTR Monster Truck (w/Castle Brushless System & TQi 2.4G
Very unreliable as a 6s jumper basher. 4s will still break everything but slower. I couldnt find a driveshaft or cvd that wouldnt snap, some were slower but they all broke. The vehicle was much more reliable with brushed motors. It doesnt seem it can handle high power brushless. At high speeds and high torque it eats itself-on oroad drivetrain issues, off road the whole truck especially when jumping. $600+ and then I needed for durability: firm trinity shock springs, big bore shocks, Rpm arms, g3 slipper, rpm hubs, axle cvds, driveshaft cvds, fastlane alum chassis, rpm towers, rpm skidplates, rpm bumpers, aluminum bulkheads, aluminum diff cases, aluminum diff cups, bulkhead braces, diff collars. I might be forgetting something in this money pit. I would recommend a 1/8 truggy or a savage flux. The erevo has the same drivetrain as the emaxx so thats out.
Sunday, Jul 3 2011 (about 11 years ago)
Traxxas E-Maxx Brushless RTR Monster Truck (w/Castle Brushless System & TQi 2.4G
@ Joshua Sherwood
Try to fly 9 feet with your Emaxx and then you'll know what I'm talking about...!!!

Emaxx brushless edition is the worst monster truck i have ever driven, it keeps breaking even with low speed crushes. I've changed more than 3 chassis till now and double of that of bulkhead, I don’t need to mention how many times I changed the suspension arm and the shock tower and the drive shafts. the positive thing is the ESC and motor, gear, diff, servos, and receivers. I don’t recommend that truck to any one, if you want a monster truck get yourself brushless revo or hpi savage flux.