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

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

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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!
  • SKU B-MON-AU
  • Brand HobbyKing
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  • Shipping Weight 24000.0000
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What a great truck had only minor problems with grub screws but have since fixed with locktite blue, right front wheel had chrome missing not worried about that , this monster truck really packs a punch for the price you cant go wrong just make sure you check all screws and nuts if you buy one you wont be disapointed so far i am very happy.

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What a great truck had only minor problems with grub screws but have since fixed with locktite blue, right front wheel had chrome missing not worried about that , this monster truck really packs a punch for the price you cant go wrong just make sure you check all screws and nuts if you buy one you wont be disapointed so far i am very happy.

I brought this truck, it doesn't come with any instructions at all, just a book of exploded diagrams, but its pretty straight forward once you work out where to mount the receiver and get it all tuned in. The motor took a few turns to fire the first time, but once it was running it runs great. The truck really hammers and will catch you out in a confined space. The disc brake system is close to useless, it barely stops the truck out of the box, you'll need to spend some time working on it to get it to pull up at all, even then its pretty average for how hard the truck goes, well under braked!
As a result of the power and weak brakes I tapped a garden bed wall at home and ripped the entire left hand front wheel, carrier and steering arms completely off, it was a big mistake of mine, I was a little surprised at how easily it all came off as it wasn't a very big hit. The biggest problem here is that HK has no parts available to fix my truck right now they're all on back order and we know how that goes. The upside is I am told this truck is a copy of the FG Monster and the Rovan Big Monster, so their parts I am told will fit this truck. I have ordered alloy front uprights and a front disc brake system etc for now as I am hoping they'll be stronger and steer better, and the brakes might actually stop this thing.
Overall I think this truck is still great value for someone just

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I brought this truck, it doesn't come with any instructions at all, just a book of exploded diagrams, but its pretty straight forward once you work out where to mount the receiver and get it all tuned in. The motor took a few turns to fire the first time, but once it was running it runs great. The truck really hammers and will catch you out in a confined space. The disc brake system is close to useless, it barely stops the truck out of the box, you'll need to spend some time working on it to get it to pull up at all, even then its pretty average for how hard the truck goes, well under braked!
As a result of the power and weak brakes I tapped a garden bed wall at home and ripped the entire left hand front wheel, carrier and steering arms completely off, it was a big mistake of mine, I was a little surprised at how easily it all came off as it wasn't a very big hit. The biggest problem here is that HK has no parts available to fix my truck right now they're all on back order and we know how that goes. The upside is I am told this truck is a copy of the FG Monster and the Rovan Big Monster, so their parts I am told will fit this truck. I have ordered alloy front uprights and a front disc brake system etc for now as I am hoping they'll be stronger and steer better, and the brakes might actually stop this thing.
Overall I think this truck is still great value for someone just

Got this truck, it goes together and starts very easily. There is no getting started manual, just exploded diagrams but everything is pretty self explanatory. Have not driven it a heap, just run it around the yard a couple of times. Its really loud, so waiting to get out and drive it somewhere where there are no people. Only unusual thing I have found is the car does not free roll when you push it. You have to give it a good hard push and the gears actually move but not the clutch. Not sure what the go with that is, anyone have any ideas? Going to check it out on Google right now to see what I find.

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Got this truck, it goes together and starts very easily. There is no getting started manual, just exploded diagrams but everything is pretty self explanatory. Have not driven it a heap, just run it around the yard a couple of times. Its really loud, so waiting to get out and drive it somewhere where there are no people. Only unusual thing I have found is the car does not free roll when you push it. You have to give it a good hard push and the gears actually move but not the clutch. Not sure what the go with that is, anyone have any ideas? Going to check it out on Google right now to see what I find.

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