540-cubic inches! Blown and alcohol-injected! Traxxas announced their entry into the real world of mega-horsepower, car-crushing monster trucks with a full-size Traxxas T-Maxx. The giant T-Maxx uses only the latest state-of-the-art chassis and suspension hardware, combined with an ear-splitting 1500+ horsepower engine. The Traxxas T-Maxx will be driven by 15-year veteran pro driver John Seasock of Sudden Impact fame. The Traxxas T-Maxx isnt a poser or an amusement park ride. Its the real deal that will compete in pro-level USHRA Monster Jam® competition against the Gravedigger®, Maximum Destruction*, and other top contenders.
O.S. Engines has developed a new .18-size small-block engine that’s even more powerful than the class-leading .18 CV-R, and it’s a direct fit for the T-Maxx.
The .18 TM features an IPS-type crankshaft to fit the stock clutch and flywheel hardware from the 2.5 T-Maxx, and the Traxxas EZ Start 2 or a Traxxas pull-starter are a direct fit on the .18 TM.
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While the T-Maxx and Revo get all the press, Traxxas has been quietly getting thousands of new guys started in RC with the long-lived electric Rustler and Stampede. Now these classics have been given a well-deserved makeover with state of the art speed controls, flashy Jato-size wheels, new high-performance rubber, up-to-date graphics and more. See for yourelf! More info here.