The Road Monster That is Traxxas E-Maxx by aihaozhe2


									For those who are passionate with racing and seem to can't get enough of speed,
Traxxas has high-performance radio-controlled trucks. These miniature vehicles look
like toys for the small boys, but they are powerful enough to be monsters of the road.
They are made through serious mechanical engineering and industrial design; and
they will quench everyone's need for speed, racers and hobbyists alike. A Texas-based
company, Traxxas produces hobby-class radio-controlled toys such as cars, trucks and
ships; both in electric-powered and nitro-powered categories. The company makes
those toy machine-monsters. The following is an overview of Traxxas'
radio-controlled truck E-Maxx.

When it comes to monster truck-trashing, wheel-popping monstrous torque and
adrenaline-filled performance, there is nothing that even comes close to the Traxxas
E-Maxx. Bar none. This radio-controlled truck promises high durability, awesome
road tricks, innovation and technological perfection. Electric-powered yet at par with
higher-end nitro-powered toys, the Traxxas E-Maxx is undeniably a 1/10 scale four
wheel drive monster truck. Its powerful motor system, excellently-engineered
suspension, innovative electronics and aggressive looks all define the road
monstrosity that is within the E-Maxx. It is perfect for the more serious RC

Exterior features first. This radio-controlled truck's muscular body is painted with
ProGraphix, a unique painting style that produces crisp coloring, smooth fades and
clean lines. The graphic quality and design is excellent. The standard 'blaze of fire'
design is perfectly fitting for the Traxxas E-Maxx's road power. But it is also available
in various graphic designs and different color schemes like blue, red and white and
black. As for the wheels, this toy has an extended 30mm wheelbase for improved
stability; and it uses 3.8 inch mirror chrome twin-spoke wheels and 3.8 inch Maxx
chevron tires.

Now for under the hood. The Traxxas E-Maxx boasts of twin-titan fan-cooled 550
high-torque motors. It has 30% longer motor armatures. Aside from that, this toy uses
a waterproof Traxxas EVX-2 electronic speed control, which draws power from dual
7-cell battery packs, 14.4 power system and TQ-3 3-channel radio. It also uses the
Revo-Spec Torque Control, to handle more torque produced by the motor and battery.
As for the handling, the Traxxas E-Maxx rages the road with its two-speed
transmission and dual servo steering system. When purchased, the parts are
fully-assembled and this radio-controlled truck is ready-to-run.

This radio-controlled truck's electronics and other inner parts and sealed and
waterproof, so that it can run on basically whatever kind of terrain. Even the servos
and ESC are fully-protected. So whether it be water, mud, snow, sand and other
unfriendly conditions, the Traxxas E-Maxx surely blazes the trail. For casual
hobbyists and the more serious RC enthusiasts, this radio-controlled truck is sure to
bring hours of fun and excitement. To think that the Traxxas E-Maxx can run on water
and snow is very exciting indeed.

Brian Bruner is the father of 4 children who love to drive & race rc trucks. We have
been in the hobby for about 3 years but times 4 kids I've seen just about any thing that
can go wrong. So I do a lot of repair work. For repair tips or maintenance tips or parts
maybe a new truck check out my site>>

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