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T-Bone Racing Traxxas X-Maxx XV4 Front Bumper

T-Bone Racing Traxxas X-Maxx XV4 Front Bumper

Do you like to bash your Traxxas X-Maxx to the extreme? If so, a heavy duty front bumper can go a long ways towards preventing broken parts. To help bulletproof your X-Maxx, T-Bone Racing has announced the XV4 Front Bumper. The XV4 not only sports an aggressive look, but has been designed to be lighter and tougher than TBR’s original [...]

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X-Maxx Tire Destruction Video

Video – Total Tire Destruction On A Traxxas X-Maxx

What do you get when you bolt in a Castle 2028 on 8S LiPo into a Traxxas X-Maxx with the aid of a Kershaw motor mount? You get total tire destruction, that is what. Starting at the 35 second mark of the video above, see exactly what it takes for YouTuber Evolution RC to totally shred the stock tires on [...]

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Driven Pro Deca Aluminum Beadlock Wheels

Driven Pro Deca Aluminum Beadlock SCT Wheels

Have you been looking for some trick aluminum wheels for your short course truck? For those of you that have, Driven Pro has something for you. Available now from the DP crew are Deca Aluminum Beadlock SCT Wheels. The Decas have been CNC machined from high quality 6061 aluminum and feature a 3-piece beadlock design. Stainless steel nuts and bolts [...]

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Traxxas X-Maxx Crash Video

Video – Massive Traxxas X-Maxx Crash Video

What happens when you tag a curb (then a street sign!) at 60 mph+ with a Traxxas X-Maxx? Find out at the 2:15 Mark in the video above. YouTube user udluuz was making some serious speed passes with his Castle Powered X-Maxx, then lost control, showing just how hard it is to drive on pizza cutters. What was the total [...]

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Traxxas Courtney Force Pink Editions

6 New Courtney Force & Pink Edition Vehicles From Traxxas

Hey Traxxas fans, the Texas crew has recently announced 6 new models for your bashing enjoyment. Up first are three Courtney Force Edition Brushless Models – the Bandit VXL (#24076-3, $319), the Stampede VXL (#36076-3, $339), and a Rustler VXL (#37076-3, $329). There is also a brushed Courtney Force Slash with on-board audio (#58034-2, $269) on the way. Two new Pink Edition [...]

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HPI Building for Lease

This picture does not give us the best feelings. We have reported on the RUMOR of Traxxas buying out HPI Racing, but it didn’t really start to sink in till now. For those that don’t know, this is 70 Icon, Foothill Ranch, CA. home of HPI Racing USA, and that big sign outside their building does not seem to say [...]

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Hot Racing X-Maxx Aluminum Upgrades

Hot Racing Aluminum Upgrades For Traxxas X-Maxx

Get your Traxxas X-Maxx into full tank-mode with some new Aluminum Upgrades from Hot Racing. What are some of the upgrades they offer? Quite a few actually. * Aluminum front upper chassis (pictured above) * Aluminum steering link set * Progressive spring set * Steel axle conversion * Steel stub axle * Aluminum diff cups * Aluminum gearbox cover * Aluminum upper rear gearbox cover * Aluminum steering knuckles * [...]

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RC Quintuple Backflip Video

Video – Quintuple Backflip Landed

If you bash, then you already know how much fun it is to do backflips, but of course, some people take it to the extreme. Watch the video above to see Cyrano2040 land an enormous Quintuple Backflip. A quintuple flip is 5 rotations, which is pretty extreme by anyone’s book, and Cyrano pulled it off with his Traxxas 1/16 E-Revo [...]

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Traxxas X-Maxx Bearings Acer Racing

ACER Racing Traxxas X-Maxx Ceramic Bearing Kit

A whole lot of you guys are in the process of ubering-out your new Traxxas X-Maxx right now. For it to truly be the best it can be, that means replacing things like the low-end stock bearings. Which bearings should you upgrade to you might ask? Well, ACER Racing has long been known for putting out some of the best [...]

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X-Maxx Machined Diff Gears

X-Maxx Machined Diff Gears From Traxxas

For all you maniacs that are putting crazy power into your X-Maxx, the folks at Traxxas have just announced Machined Differential Gears. These are an upgrade over the stock parts and are designed to handle more abuse, along with more power. The diff gears are spiral cut for extra shock load resistance and are priced at $45 per set. The [...]

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HPI Racing Europe

Rumor Mill – HPI Racing Bought By Traxxas

So rc fans… the big “rumor” today is that Traxxas has bought HPI Racing. It hasn’t been a secret that HPI America and HPI Europe have been having a tough go at it the last couple of years, so it seemed inevitable that someone would come in and scoop them up, and according to the rumors that we are hearing, [...]

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Fullforce RC Traxxas X-Maxx Upgrades

Fullforce RC Traxxas X-Maxx Upgrades

Deck out that new Traxxas X-Maxx of yours with some of the new upgrades from Fullforce RC. On the aluminum side of things, Fullforce is offering Lower Arms, Upper Arms, and Rear Hubs for the X-Maxx. Prices range from $75 to $95 and they are machined from 6061 T6 aluminum. Also offered by Fullforce is a Carbon Fiber Bulkhead Tie Bar Set. [...]

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Kershaw Designs X-Maxx Motor Mount

Kershaw Designs Traxxas X-Maxx Motor Mount

Wanting to install some serious power in your Traxxas X-Maxx? If so, Kershaw Designs makes it easy with their new Motor Mount. The motor mount is machined from high quality aluminum and works with 56 and 58mm 1/5th scale motors, as well as the legendary Castle Creations 2028. The aluminum motor mount is much stronger than the stock unit, plus [...]

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Area RC Aluminum Upgrades Steering Rack Traxxas X-Maxx

More Area RC Aluminum Upgrades For The Traxxas X-Maxx

As most of you Traxxas X-Maxx owners already know, the truck is tough, up to a point. Once you start extreme bashing the X-Maxx there are a number of parts that could use some beefing up. Area RC was one of the first companies to release Aluminum Upgrades for the X-Maxx a couple of months ago, now they have announced [...]

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T-Bone X-Maxx Rear Bumper Wheelie Bar Set

T-Bone X-Maxx Rear Bumper Wheelie Bar Set

All you Traxxas X-Maxx owners know that the stock rear bumper leaves a lot to be desired. The X-Maxx likes to wheelie and often times the rear bumper will catch, sending your expensive new toy into an awkward front flip that can break parts. To fix this problem, T-Bone Racing has come up with a new Rear Bumper Wheelie Bar [...]

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