Traxxas X-Maxx 8S 4WD Brushless RTR Monster Truck (Red) w/2.4GHz TQi Radio & TSM
The Traxxas X-Maxx 8S 4WD Brushless RTR Monster Truck brings the same unrelenting 4X4 power, mammoth size and award-winning innovation to the game that make X-Maxx the ultimate monster truck. When you add 30+ volts of extreme 8s power, X-Maxx 8S defies physics, unleashing jaw-dropping acceleration and 50+mph speeds. Engineered to conquer the most extreme terrain and take brutal real-world punishment in stride, X-Maxx is the definition of Traxxas Tough™.
Traxxas engineers tossed conventional thinking out the window to bring loyal X-Maxx owners the most powerful Traxxas Monster ever developed. X-Maxx 8s is packed with 8s rated components engineered to handle the brutal torque and incredible speed. The Torque-Biasing Center Drive unit distributes the power for maximum wheels-up punch and unrelenting acceleration. Full steel-gear driveline, larger driveshafts, larger main bearings, strengthened bulkhead, heavy-duty ring and pinion gears, dual-fan motor cooling and more make this X-Maxx the ultimate monster.
X-Maxx 8S Features:
- 30+ Volts of Extreme 8S Power
- Maxx Duty Drivetrain
- Torque-Biasing Center Drive
- 50+ MPH Out of the Box
Length: 29.84 inches (758mm)
Front Track: 22.26 inches (540mm)
Rear Track: 20.66 inches (525mm)
Ground Clearance: 4 inches (102mm)
Weight: 19.1lbs (8.66kg)
Height (ride): 13.79 inches (350mm)
Wheelbase: 18.92 inches (480mm)
Skill Level: 6
Battery Tray: 197mm x 51.5mm x 44mm
Needed To Complete:
- (4) "AA" Batteries (for transmitter)
- (2) 3S or (2) 4S LiPo Battery w/Traxxas iD Connector
- Compatible Battery Charger
This product was added to our catalog on February 10, 2017.
Like they say "If you didnt break it, it wasnt fun enough". I did break a lower arm and steering knuckle, but its being take cared of by Traxxas. I do recommend this truck to anyone looking for a huge RC Truck.)
One snap on edition and one red edition...i ran each of these trucks on 2 4s for no more than 20 minutes and the ESC burnt up completely!!!..my advice is to stick to 6s with these trucks or completely remove the pos traxxas vxl 8s and replace it with a xlx castle. Otherwise, you'll be dealing with the smart alec customer service reps whom act like you've done something to tear up the ESC or pretend they know nothing about the problems with them...so far, I hate this truck and 2 weeks with both trucks down, still waiting on warranty ESC that will do nothing but be sold on ebay..go castle right away and be done with it)