Based on the teaser pic, I had a feeling that Redcat Racing was going to pack some power into this truck, and judging by the spec sheet…I was right. The Kaiju features a Hobbywing brushless motor/ESC combo that’s capable of handling up to 6S LiPo power.
While outright power is great, a vehicle has to be able to put it to good use. The Kaiju monster truck utilizes a three-differential setup, letting all of that power flow to the wheels and get this truck blasting over jumps and obstacles.
The battery tray is set up to allow for dual-2S or single 4S-6S battery packs, so there are more than a few ways to power this beast. Other chassis highlights include aluminum-bodied shocks (adjustable), heavy-duty steel CVA axles, and an adjustable wheelie bar to help you keep control while bashing.
Other vehicle highlights include pre-installed front and rear LEDs, a Hexfly 25kg high-torque steering servo, and tethered body clips.
Redcat Racing Kaiju Specs:
- Scale: 1/8
- Length: 528mm
- Width: 410mm
- Height: 245mm
- Wheelbase: 309mm
- Ground Clearance: 58mm
- ESC: Hobbywing 150A Brushless (4S – 6S)
- Radio system: 2.4GHz
The Kaiju monster truck is priced at $399.99 and is currently available for pre-order (with a shipping date slated for 2/14/2020). To learn more about this 1/8-scale radio-controlled monster truck, visit redcatracing.com.
Image credit: Redcat Racing