August 11, 2020

Traxxas Hoss 4×4 VXL RTR monster truck

Traxxas have introduced their new Hoss 4×4 VLX ready-to-run monster truck that closes the gap between the Rustler 4×4 and the Maxx. The vehicle allows to unleash extreme monster truck action thanks to its huge Velineon 540XL motor that delivers a massive torque punch to wheelie on command, and then keeps pouring on the thrust for a 96+ km/h top speed. The Torque Biasing Center Drive and heavy-duty shaft-driven 4WD system transfers maximum power to the ultra-aggressive Sledgehammer tyres. The truck is built to absolutely shred any terrain, from dirt and sand to mud and snow thanks to a long-travel suspension, tub chassis construction, and water-proof electronic gear. Body reinforcements support the body from the inside while outer reinforcements enhance the aggressive look. The truck includes the TQi 2.4GHz radio system that supports Traxxas Link, allowing to adjust a range of setting on the fly and view real-time telemetry with optional accessories.

– Length: 514mm
– Width: 333mm
– Ground clearance: 70mm
– Weight: 2.9kgs without batteries
– Height: 212mm
– Wheelbase: 295mm
– Front shock length: Long
– Rear shock length: XX-Long
– Tires (pre-glued): 133mm Tall Sledgehammer
– Wheels: 71mm) Black chrome
– Speed control: VXL-3s
– Motor (electric): Velineon 540XL Brushless
– Transmission: Single speed with Torque-Biasing Center Drive
– Overall drive ratio: 10.99:1
– Differentials: Sealed, 2-gear
– Chassis structure/material: Modular composite tub
– Brake type: Electronic
– Drive system: Shaft driven 4WD
– Steering: Dual bellcrank with integrated servo saver
– Radio system: TQi 2.4GHz 2-ch transmitter with #6533 TSM receiver
– Servo: Waterproof #2075
– Top speed (optional gearing): 60+ mph with 3-cell LiPo and 23/50 gearing
– Battery compartment: 162x50x26mm *35mm with optional battery strap (included)

Source: Traxxas []


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