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Traxxas Revo 3.3 4WD Nitro Monster Truck: Reverse, 2.4GHz and more!

The latest from Traxxas: Introducing the biggest, toughest, most versatile Revo® 3.3 yet! The pinnacle of monster truck performance, Revo’s advanced design is an engineering marvel that turned the world of R/C upside down with its completely unique chassis and suspension configuration. Today’s Revo 3.3combines legendary performance with incredible all-terrain ability and a wider, tougher [...]

Jul 21, 2009 Comments
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The Nitro Monster King 4X4 is a true-to-scale monster truck that features nitro power and full-time 4WD. Based on the popular HPI Wheely King platform, we’ve added the thrills and sounds of nitro power to create a medium sized monster truck that can go from car crushing stadium monster truck action to grueling off-road bashing. [...]

Jun 17, 2009 Comments
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Project: Maxximum Destruction 2

Mar 31, 2009 Comments
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HPI Racing Rock Crawler Conversion Set

New From HPI Racing: WHEELY KING COMPLETE ROCK CRAWLER CONVERSION SET If you haven’t tried rock crawling yet, HPI has a quick and easy way to get into the sport. New from HPI Racing is a Complete Rock Crawler Conversion Set that transforms the popular Wheely King truck into the latest craze in R/C… a [...]

Dec 22, 2008 Comments
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RPM Center Skid Plate & Skid Plate Sets for Traxxas T/E Maxx

New from RPM: The extended chassis rails of the newer versions of both the T-Maxx and E-Maxx would not allow our original center skid plate to bolt up to either of these trucks without modification to the chassis rails. After quite a bit of prodding from our customers, we now have a new center skid [...]

Nov 18, 2008 Comments
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Traxxas E-Maxx Interactive Article

Behind the Wheel: Traxxas E-Maxx Audio Intro The E-Maxx keeps the old name and that’s about it. It’s a whole new truck starting with a new, longer chassis.

Jul 25, 2008 Comments
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Team Associated MGT8

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Apr 25, 2008 Comments
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Nova RC aluminum upgrades for T-Maxx series

The Nova RC guys sent over a few of their expertly machined T-Maxx parts for review, and as you can see, they look really sharp. The pic makes them look like chrome, but the parts actually have a natural satin finish that looks very “works.” All the parts start out as solid 6061-T6 billet, with [...]

Apr 09, 2008 Comments
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