X-Maxx 8S 4WD Brushless RTR Monster Truck (Red) by Traxxas w/2.4GHz TQi Radio & TSM
This product was added to our catalog on February 10, 2017.
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
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.)
Overall, truck is everything I expected. Looks bigger in person and nice and plush with jumps. It's fast but not out-of-control fast. It's rather clumsy around sharp turns and tends to flip on side due to higher center of gravity and speed. Just looks really aggressive and fun to drive. I hope the ESC holds up as this is the major weak point per what I have seen.
Also make sure your 4s batteries fit the compartment dimensions. My 7200mAh from Powerhobby were too big for the plastic hold-down locking part. I have to use velcro straps between the nerf side bars and chassis. Holds the batteries down like a charm.
I only have two cars, this and the Arrma Kraton which is able to take an extreme beating without breaking. My expectations are high on the Xmaxx. So far, so good.
I would buy from Amain again and recommend this truck to anyone who can afford it.)