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RC Monster Trucks

                  RC Monster Trucks

                       Tamiya Lunch Box

This monster truck, wait, no "monster van" looks great. With it's yellow, blue, black, or gold paint schemes and chevron tires.  It uses the CW-01 bathtub type chassis which somewhat hinders it's performance. But it has a good price point coming in at about $100. However you still have to buy a radio system, servo, and battery. So buying the hobby king GT-2 2.4 GHz transmitter and receiver (similar to the FS-GT 2) for $20, a servo for $15, and a 5000 mAh 3s lipo battery for $35 you end up spending about $170. This is kind of expensive for a monster truck with a 27 turn brushed motor. But considering that it's a beautiful Tamiya, I think its worth it. Here's a link to the product page,
Image belongs to Tamiya USA.

                    Traxxas Monster Jam Series

This monster truck series comes in at a price point of about $200 RTR. Which is expensive considering that it has a brushed motor, but it preforms great, looks just like the real thing, and is  traxxas good quality. This monster truck is great for beginners or anyone looking to get a monster jam replica truck. Here's a link to the product page,

     Image belongs to Traxxas.

              LaTrax Teton 1/ 8 scale Monster Truck

Although this little truck's price tag is high at $150 and has a brushed motor it's still note worthy. Since LaTrax was founded by Traxxas it's come out with the Alias, (a quad copter) the rally (a 1/18 scale rally car) and the Teton. The Teton is kind of like a tiny summit. It uses bell crank steering, 2.4 GHz radio and a 180 sized brushed motor. Here's a link to the product page,


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