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HobbyKing 4WD Big Monster 1/5th Scale Truck (ARR) (US Warehouse)

HobbyKing 4WD Big Monster 1/5th Scale Truck (ARR) (US Warehouse)

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Crush the competition with the HobbyKing Big Monster! anyone that tells you bigger is not always better has never driven this 1/5th scale Gas burning beast! With 200mm off road tires, big bore aluminum shocks and a tuned pipe as standard this 26cc 4WD mammoth will clear anything in its path.

The Big Monster also includes twin High Torque steering servos, rear disc brake and a massive 530ml fuel tank. All that is needed to complete this truck is your own transmitter and receiver, paint to customize the body shell and a tank of 2-Stroke Gas!

Specs.
Engine: 26cc Petrol (2 Stroke)
Compression ratio: 6.8:1
Transmission system: Synchronous Belt Drive (4WD)
Brake system: Rear Disc
Size: 760mm x 500mm x 360mm (L*W*H)
Wheelbase: 500mm
Ground Clearance: 70mm
Tire size (front/rear): 200mm x 120mm
Fuel tank volume: 530ml
Steering: 2 x High Torque Servos (Included)
Throttle/Brake: 1 x Standard Servo (Included)

Included:
Receiver battery and charger
2 x High Torque steering Servos
1 x Standard throttle/brake servo
Tool Set
Fuel Mixer bottle
Air filter
Spare Parts

Required:
Your own TX/RX
Paint for Body Shell

Note: Full range of spare parts will be available soon!
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I bought the gears to try and fix these two trucks and the gears they sell DONT WORK.They DONT fit.So if you got screwed like i did DONT waist your time and money trying to fix it.You can use the engine and servos and battery and throw the rest in the trash.AGAIN DONT BUY THIS PIECE OF GARBAGE !!!!!

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I bought the gears to try and fix these two trucks and the gears they sell DONT WORK.They DONT fit.So if you got screwed like i did DONT waist your time and money trying to fix it.You can use the engine and servos and battery and throw the rest in the trash.AGAIN DONT BUY THIS PIECE OF GARBAGE !!!!!

I realy got ****** i bought two of these pieces Of garbage and both broke within 10 minutes.They dont have all the parts for it so dont waste your money or spend days trying to get hobbyking to give you any support.Hobbyking dont give a dam about there customers and thats forsure,i know cause they screwed me real good and what can i do,go to china for help or support,i dont think so.So when you hear them talk about all this support that they do,its a straight out lie,DONT BUY THIS TRUCK,and dont exspect any support from anything else they sell.dont let them screw you because they do it every day.They should be banded from the United States period!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I realy got ****** i bought two of these pieces Of garbage and both broke within 10 minutes.They dont have all the parts for it so dont waste your money or spend days trying to get hobbyking to give you any support.Hobbyking dont give a dam about there customers and thats forsure,i know cause they screwed me real good and what can i do,go to china for help or support,i dont think so.So when you hear them talk about all this support that they do,its a straight out lie,DONT BUY THIS TRUCK,and dont exspect any support from anything else they sell.dont let them screw you because they do it every day.They should be banded from the United States period!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

broke after 20 min run time rear diff will not turn

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broke after 20 min run time rear diff will not turn

Finaly got new front tires. Have run 4 tanks of gas so far 25-1 oil gas mix

this truck will fly. I havr flowen RC planes for 40 years and this is my first truck it is faster than some of my planes. Love IT!

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Finaly got new front tires. Have run 4 tanks of gas so far 25-1 oil gas mix

this truck will fly. I havr flowen RC planes for 40 years and this is my first truck it is faster than some of my planes. Love IT!

Strait off the bat I want to say excellent value for money.

That being said, it is not perfect out of the box and there is a fair amount of work to do out of the box before you start it up.

First thing to do is take off all the wheels, you will see aluminum blocks with 2 set screws. The shaft is keyed for the set screws but on two wheels I found that the block wasn't tightened onto the keying. I would recommend blue thread lock on these set screws as well. If you fail to do this it will work the wheel nut off the shaft and the wheel will fall off on one side and over tighten on the other.

I would do a good look over the whole car for loose screws, one that I lost was the screw holding on the front sway bar to the lower arm.

On mine the clutch dragged on the bell out of the box. I took the screws off holding the bell and it seems to be because the bell wasn't aligned properly. I aligned it as best I could but couldn't get it perfect. At idle the clutch still drags slightly but not enough to move the truck. I'm hoping it will wear enough eventually to stop.

Also watch out for the oil that comes with the truck, on mine the air filter oil bottle had come open and the oil was in the vacuum sealed bag.

You will probably want to oil the shocks too, mine seemed dry out of the box but I haven't made it to filling them quite yet.

The truck came with a manual which wasn't anything

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Strait off the bat I want to say excellent value for money.

That being said, it is not perfect out of the box and there is a fair amount of work to do out of the box before you start it up.

First thing to do is take off all the wheels, you will see aluminum blocks with 2 set screws. The shaft is keyed for the set screws but on two wheels I found that the block wasn't tightened onto the keying. I would recommend blue thread lock on these set screws as well. If you fail to do this it will work the wheel nut off the shaft and the wheel will fall off on one side and over tighten on the other.

I would do a good look over the whole car for loose screws, one that I lost was the screw holding on the front sway bar to the lower arm.

On mine the clutch dragged on the bell out of the box. I took the screws off holding the bell and it seems to be because the bell wasn't aligned properly. I aligned it as best I could but couldn't get it perfect. At idle the clutch still drags slightly but not enough to move the truck. I'm hoping it will wear enough eventually to stop.

Also watch out for the oil that comes with the truck, on mine the air filter oil bottle had come open and the oil was in the vacuum sealed bag.

You will probably want to oil the shocks too, mine seemed dry out of the box but I haven't made it to filling them quite yet.

The truck came with a manual which wasn't anything

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