Traxxas Nitro Slash 3.3 1/10 2WD RTR SC Truck (Mike Jenkins) w/TQ 2.4GHz Radio, TSM, Battery & DC Charger

Traxxas Nitro Slash 3.3 1/10 2WD RTR SC Truck (Mike Jenkins)
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Hard-Charging 50+mph  
Pro 2WD Short Course Performance!

This is the Traxxas Nitro Slash 3.3 1/10 2WD RTR Short Course Truck with an included TQ 2.4GHz Radio System, TSM (Traxxas Stability Management), EZ-Start Engine Starter, EZ-Start Battery, DC Battery Charger and Mark Jenkins body.

CHARGER NOTE: The included charger requires a cigarette lighter socket found in full size vehicles to charge. If this is not your preference, Traxxas offers an adapter allowing you to charge from a standard home AC electrical socket (TRA2976).    

">As only Traxxas can, heavyweight horsepower is combined with a lightweight 2WD chassis to deliver astounding performance and over-the-top fun. The award-winning TRX 3.3 engine gives the Nitro Slash tire-melting thrust that is far more than any driver needs--and exactly what every driver wants. It takes Traxxas-Tough durability and a stout drivetrain to handle the TRX 3.3’s outrageous output. Nitro Slash delivers with proven components that have made the Slash the standard for durability, and fun. The extra large capacity of the 150cc fuel tank keeps the action running longer between fill ups and the exclusive EZ-Start electric starting system makes starting as easy as pressing a button.

Traxxas Stability Management  
Traxxas Stability Management (TSM) allows you to experience all the extreme power, speed, and acceleration that was engineered into your E-Revo making it much easier to control on common slippery surfaces. Punch it off the line and TSM goes to work sensing the vehicle’s direction and making steering corrections to provide straight-ahead full-throttle acceleration without fishtailing, spinouts, and loss of control. TSM also works during cornering, first making intuitive corrections to maintain your line, and then allowing you to hammer the throttle earlier in the turn for much faster exit speeds. Braking is dramatically improved as TSM works to keep you arrow straight until you come to a complete stop. 


  • Traxxas Stability Management
  • High-revving TRX 3.3 Racing Engine for proven championship-winning horsepower and speed
  • TQi 2.4GHz radio system
  • Officially Licensed Race Replica Bodies: Mark Jenkins Edition (#25 Traxxas), Chad Hord Edition (#9 BOSS Snowplow), Robby Gordon Edition (#7 Speed Energy), and Traxxas Blue Edition
  • Scale dimensions and looks of actual short course off-road race trucks
  • Scale front and rear tube-style bumpers
  • 50+ mph top speed out of the box
  • Large capacity 150cc fuel tank extends run time
  • High-torque steering and throttle servos
  • High-volume dual-stage air filter
  • Double deck 6061-T6 aluminum and composite chassis
  • Enclosed receiver box protects against water and fuel
  • Integrated throttle servo mount with air filter support
  • Magnum 281 transmission with ball bearings
  • Large diameter disc brake
  • Tuned pipe exhaust system
  • EZ-Start push-button electric starting
  • Planetary differential with steel gears
  • Heavy-duty driveshafts
  • Rubber-sealed ball bearings
  • SCT chrome-center wheels with color-molded beadlock-style trim ring
  • Nitro Slash is backed by unparalleled Traxxas support and parts availability

 22.24 Inches (565mm)  
Front Track: 11.65 Inches (296mm)  
Rear Track: 11.65 Inches (296mm)  
Weight (no fuel): 5.76lbs (2.61kg)  
Height (overall): 7.40 Inches (188mm)  
Wheelbase: 13.07 Inches (332mm)  
Front Shock Length: Long Ultra Shock  
Rear Shock Length: XXLong Ultra Shock  
Front Tires: Slash SCT 2.2" (Pre-Glued with Inserts)  
Rear Tires: Slash SCT 2.2" (Pre-Glued with Inserts)  
Front Wheels: 2.2" Short Course Race Replica  
Rear Wheels: 2.2" Short Course Race Replica  
Wheel Diameter: 2.2 Inches (56mm) Outer; 3.0 Inches (76mm) Inner  
Gear Ratio: 2.81  
Transmission: Nitro Magnum 281  
Differential Type: Steel Composite Planetary  
Chassis Structure/Material: 2.5mm, 6061-T6 Blue-Anodized Aluminum  
Brake Type: Steel Disc with semi-metallic pads  
Drive System: Shaft-Driven 2WD  
Steering: Bellcrank with integrated servo saver  
Radio System: TQi 2.4GHz with TSM  
Engine (fuel-powered): TRX® 3.3 Racing Engine with EZ-Start®  
Fuel Tank Capacity: 150cc  
Top Speed: 50+mph  
Skill Level: 4

Included Accessories:

  • EZ-Start Power Cell  
  • 2-amp Peak Detecting Fast Charger  
  • Fuel Bottle  
  • Extra Glow Plug  
  • Air Filter
  • Precision Tool Set

Needed To Complete:

  • (8) "AA" Batteries
  • Nitro Fuel 

This product is expected to become available for purchase on Thursday, June 17, 2021

Verified Owner
Saturday, Nov 30 2019 (about a year ago)
Traxxas Nitro Slash 3.3 1/10 2WD RTR SC Truck (Mike Jenkins)
I’m new to the RC world and am probably older than most newbies. So I jumped right in a bought a nitro truck even after reading all the issues that were possible. Well as for my luck, I had every issue I read about and more. Worst issue was the bent spur gear. With my ignorance of not knowing what is good or bad, I overlooked the warped spur gear during initial inspection. During the break-in, after the 2nd tank of fuel, the truck started acting crazy so I found the gear teeth rubbed flat and had to order another spur gear. I’m excited about the nitro truck but you’d be better off as a newbie to start with an electric RC with 2WD till your abilities of mechanical repair become better than the average Joe. Other issues were that I had to reset the remote to the transmitter, piston stuck at TDC (top dead center), and the EZ starter is a disaster. The truck should come with an entire system that includes capability to charge the EZ Starter to a regular 110V household plug-in, not a silly car 12V charger. C’mon man!