The Losi LMT Grave Digger RTR 1/10 4WD Solid Axle Monster Truck with DX3 2.4GHz Radio is breaking into the market with an unbeatable combination of all-out performance, impressive scale detail and iconic good-looks.
This Monster's features start with the chassis, with a twin vertical plate designed to provide all the performance adjustments needed to tune the truck for any situation. Whether you are a scale driver, a basher or a racer, the chassis is designed to accommodate multiple shock setups keeping you tracking straight on any terrain. Updated multi-piece axle housings surround the 1/8th scale drivetrain. Additionally, the easy access center transmission comes stock with a center differential and allows for quick changes with the optional spool for that wheel standing action. For the true Monster truck experience, the axles also allow for optional 4-wheel steering and an adjustable servo saver to keep the wheels pointed in the right direction. A composite flip top cage adds scale realism and protection while giving easy access the battery and electronics. The LMT Monster Truck has entered the solid axle, and is a great RTR option when you want to crush your competition.
Solid Axle Monster Truck Roller
Twin Vertical Plate Chassis
Composite Flip Top Cage
Multi Piece Scale Axle Housing
Long Travel Coil Over Shocks
Center Differential with Cush Drive
1/8th Scale Diffs
Short Course Style Wheel with replaceable center hub
Scale Monster Truck Tire
Adjustable Servo Saver
Preset motor plate produces easy, precise gear mesh
Elastomer battery mounting for a versatile battery hold down system
Ball Bearings: Full set
Body: Trimmed and painted "Grave Digger"
Chassis: 6061-T6 Aluminum Twin Vertical Plates with Removable Shock Towers
Completion Level: Ready-To-Run
Differential: Bevel gear, sealed
Drive Type: Forward/Brake/Reverse
Final Drive Ratio: 18.76:1
Power Type: Electric
Gear Pitch: 1.0 MOD
Ground Clearance: 2.0" (50.8mm)
Internal Gear Ratio: 10.16:1
Motor Size: 3660
Motor Type: Brushless - Sensorless
Product Height: 11.8" (300 mm)
Product Length: 22" (559 mm)
Product Weight: 10.9lbs (4.94kg) without battery
Product Width: 15.4" (391 mm)
Shock Type: Aluminum body , oil-filled, coil-over
Suspension: Solid Axle 4-link
Tire Compound: Firm
Tire Tread: BKT Monster truck
Tire Type: All-terrain
Vehicle Type: Monster Truck
Wheelbase: 13.5 in (342.9mm)
Wheel Hex Size: 17mm
Wheel Width: 4.0 in (101.6mm)
(1) LMT 4WD Solid Axle Monster Truck RTR
(1) DX3 2.4GHz Radio
(1) Product Manual
Needed to Complete:
2-3S LiPo Battery with IC5/EC5 Connector
LiPo Compatible Charger
This product is expected to become available for purchase on Wednesday, June 2, 2021
My truck's body looks like garbage. There's chipped green paint, bubbly stickers, scuffs and scratches throughout. Plus the now notorious brown sticker on the sides that should be black. For $600 I don't think asking for a body in good condition is too much to ask. Hell, I can buy a pos from Wal-mart with a better looking body. To make matters worse I now believe Horizon Hobby only spends money on marketing and new projects. I've emailed them 6 times about it and have called four times. I waited for 45min to an hour each time..... never got through. So for all potential buyers of anything HH owns, which is everything but Redcat and Traxxas, beware and pray you never need customer support, because there's apparently no such thing with these folks. I ordered online and picked up at a Hobbytown USA in IL. Truck might be ok but I haven't ran it yet. I'm still holding out that maybe, just maybe they'll get back to me. UPDATE: HH has made it right. I finally got through to someone through HH's "live chat". I sent them pictures and a photo of my receipt. They are shipping me a new body for the truck. This is a satisfactory resolution. It took a lot to get to this point. I still think they need to do a better job in the future of replying in a timely manner. I feel like I hunted them down.
The axle housing on this rig are inadequate super thin plastic and if you jump this rig I promise you you will break the axle housing. I have seen a RTR break its housing in under 30mins as well as just yesterday I bought the roller cause I've wanted the LMT ever since its announcement and I took it out today 1/24/2021 and I broke My rear and front axle housing. How this rig ever got designed with such big tires and heavy weight and paper thin axle housing is beyond me I sadly have to say save your money or if you do buy one plan on buying aluminum upgrades immediately. I appreciate several things about the design of this RC however they don't make up for my paper weight of a broken RC.
This truck is amazing and very tough but Not indestructible like any other RC... I guess it will depend on how you bash it but I had mine for a month or so and my 6 year old has bashed it hard and it has not broken so far, the body is all scratched up from bashing it which is normal.. Guys at LOSI team should consider giving us buyers some spare parts in the box that are know to easily break for the $600 price it think this is fair... or replace those known to brake easily with aluminum out of the box with out having to have us spent more money in such short time frame.... Some kids Xmas have been ruin because of this !!!
I agree and feel for the people that had this RC car brake easily but I guess is also a matter of luck on where you hit or land... I feel for everyone specially since is a $600+ tax piece of ART... Pop a 4S on this Baby and watch it kick rocks better wear some goggles or stay back... IT RIPS and they do not even advertise on the box that it can take a 4S...
I LOVE MINE AND ENDED UP BUYING TWO SUNUVAS because Grave Digger is all Sold out !!!! Don't tell my wife!
I'm happy with this truck. Won in a raffle at my LHS so for $40 in tickets, its a real winner. lol It is faster than expected on 3s but it is a monster truck, and handles accordingly. Almost anything that upsets it at speed leads to multiple cartwheels, but its handled some pretty nasty crashes without anything other than body damage. It's durable, it's fast, it bashes well, and it looks great. I'm a big fan of monster trucks, if you are too, add this guy to your collection.
I just bought my second LMT the Son of a Digger for my son. We absolutely love these trucks. I have broken both axle housings front and rear on my Grave Digger but I was launching it 20 ft in the air while it was only 15 degrees Fahrenheit. I was able to get in a dozen jumps like this before they broke. If you bash these trucks closer to scale on warm days they really hold up well. King pins are an issue that need to be worked on. Please Losi figure something out better then what is currently in place. King pins are my one serious point of contention with this truck. They require frequent checks to make sure the retaining screws are tight. If you lose them you end up having to check Horizon Hobby daily because they are frequently out of stock. Waiting on some warmer days so my son and I can start bashing these daily again.
Picked up the first one my local Hobbytown had. This thing is awesome. I own an XMaxx and a Maxx and this thing is more fun then my Maxx. It's pretty damn tough. I have read about axle housings breaking, but mine are still fine. The only thing i suggest is if you buy the Grave Digger, get a second body right away as I put a big crack in the front end of mine the second time I drove it. Mind you it was jumping it around on pavement which is not its intended surface. Beautiful body though to break. IF you love true Monster Trucks. This is the one to buy. Great power. Great Durability and alot of fun.
As noted in other review TBD. 1/8 scale hardware packed into a 1/10 scale truck.. how can it not be a win! Other "Gravedigger" models remind me too much of a New Bright toy when watching the vids. This thing Screams extreme hobby grade basher.
I don’t personally have it yet, but there are tons and tons of videos showing how bashable this thing is which definitely gives me a good feeling this is going to be the best basher on the market. I will edit this when I receive my LMT, but so far I’m already giving it 5 stars! Compared to the SMT10, this is no joke. The LMT doesn’t look like a Walmart toy lol.