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Video Traxxas X-Maxx Jump Session

Video – Traxxas X-Maxx Big Air Jump Session

The latest video to be released by Traxxas is called Jump Session and features the X-Maxx monster truck. Watch the video above to see the X-Maxx catch massive airtime and show off its long travel suspension while doing some serious off-roading. The X-Maxx is a favorite among the bashing crowd because of its large size and great handling, the video [...]

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Traxxas Best of 2016 Video

Video – Traxxas Best of 2016

To help wrap up the year that was 2016, Traxxas has released a “Best Of” Video. Traxxas put out a bunch of outstanding action videos last year that showcased lots of new products along with plenty of extreme bashing. Have a look at the video above to see some hardcore Traxxas bashing and you can hit up This Link to [...]

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Integy X-Maxx Upgrades

New Aluminum X-Maxx Upgrades From Integy

The folks over at Integy have announced a bunch of new Aluminum Upgrades for the Traxxas X-Maxx. The upgrades include piggyback style shocks, upper & lower suspension arms, front steering knuckles & caster blocks, and rear hub carriers. All of the aluminum goodies are available now and come in a variety of different colors. Pricing ranges from $35 up to [...]

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Integy Motor Mount Traxxas X-Maxx

Integy Aluminum Motor Mount For Traxxas X-Maxx

New from Integy is a 3 Piece Aluminum Motor Mount for the Traxxas X-Maxx. Cooling channels have been machined into the mount to help get rid of heat and the mount is available in 7 different colors including silver, blue, red, grey, purple, green and orange. The mount is street priced at $37 and they are shipping right now. #C26945 [...]

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8S Traxxas X-Maxx

New 8S Capable Traxxas X-Maxx With Video!

HUGE news from Traxxas was announced today- the upcoming X-Maxx monster truck will come with an 8S Capable Brushless System. The latest edition of the X-Maxx marks the first time that a RTR Traxxas truck comes stock with the ability to be run on that much voltage. The 30+ volt X-Maxx will be capable of speeds in excess of 50 [...]

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Integy Battery Hold Downs Traxxas X-Maxx

Integy Battery Hold Down Plates For X-Maxx

So you’ve got a big, gnarly Traxxas X-Maxx and have been hopping it up. One item that you probably have not already replaced are its battery bars, the plastic pieces that snap in place to keep your batteries from falling out. The folks over at Integy have just announced some really trick new Battery Hold Down Plates for the X-Maxx. [...]

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RPM Wheelie Bar X-Maxx

RPM Goodies For Traxxas X-Maxx

Coming soon from RPM is a Low Visibility Wheelie Bar and Rear Bumper Mount for the Traxxas X-Maxx. The bumper mount is built beefy like a large skid plate and was designed to accommodate the low vis wheelie bar. Both are made from RPM’s legendary blend of plastic and are made right here in the USA. The wheelie bar [...]

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RPM Oversized Rear Axle Carriers Traxxas X-Maxx

RPM Oversized Rear Axle Carriers & Bearings For The Traxxas …

If you have been in the hobby for a while, we don’t have to tell you who RPM is. For newbies, RPM has long been known to put out extremely durable products for popular bash oriented vehicles. Their latest product is Oversized Rear Axle Carriers and an Oversized Bearing Set for the Traxxas X-Maxx. The Oversized Rear Axle Carriers are priced [...]

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T-Bone Racing V4 Wheelie Bar Traxxas X-Maxx

T-Bone Racing V4 Wheelie Bar For The Traxxas X-Maxx

New and hot from T-Bone is the Version 4 Wheelie Bar for the Traxxas X-Maxx. TBR has fine tuned the wheelie bar to make it better than ever. If you like doing block-long wheelies with your X-Maxx, this item should be a must have. Some of the changes on the V4 include- * Longer rear bumper skid that uses M4 screws [...]

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Traxxas TV Commercials

Two New TV Commercials From Traxxas

Coming to a television near you is a pair of new spots from Traxxas. Each are 30 seconds in length and will be used to promote various Traxxas products, as well as getting a bunch of mainstream exposure for our hobby. The first spot called “Ultimate Performance” (shown above), has loads of action footage ranging from Traxxas boats, to the Aton [...]

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X-Maxx Deal

Monster Deals On The X-MAXX From Traxxas

Have you been wanting to pick up a new Traxxas X-Maxx? Now is a great time as Traxxas has announced a couple of deals to sweeten the pot on the X-Maxx. There are two new options available when purchasing an X-Maxx. You can go with Deal 1 where you can get a free EZ Peak Dual charger, or Deal 2 where [...]

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Traxxas X-MAXX Upgrades

More X-Maxx Upgrades From Traxxas

A couple weeks ago at the HobbyTown USA Convention we got a sneak peak at some new X-Maxx Upgrades in the Traxxas booth. Last week we posted about their new tuned shock springs, now we are posting the rest of the goodies. In all, there are over 25 new items to upgrade your Traxxas X-Maxx. Some items are to improve durability [...]

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Traxxas X-Maxx Springs

New X-Maxx Tuning Springs From Traxxas

To help get your X-Maxx dialed in to your local bashing terrain, Traxxas has announced a new line of Performance Tuned Shock Springs. There will be six new pairs of springs that come in a natural finish and are sold in pairs. #7853 – Natural Finish, 0.824 rate #7854 – Natural Finish, 0.929 rate #7855 – Natural Finish, 1.199 rate #7856 – Natural [...]

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Venom X-Maxx LiPo

Venom LiPo Batteries For The Traxxas X-Maxx

Have you noticed that there are getting to be a lot of Traxxas X-Maxx trucks out there? We have, and it looks like Venom has too. To give the X-Maxx more run time and power, Venom has announced a 3S 10,500mAh LiPo. The big Venom is a 50C design that uses cells matched by internal resistance. Of course a Traxxas [...]

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Kershaw Leopard X-Maxx Brushless Review

Kershaw Leopard 150A ESC/5874 Brushless Combo For X-Maxx Rev…

The folks over at Kershaw Designs are hardcore about their monster trucks and large scalers. A couple months ago we reviewed one of their 1/5th scale Leopard systems on 8S, you can read that review HERE, but to boil it down, it put out wayyyy more power than the X-Maxx was capable of putting to the ground, or its drivetrain [...]

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