Top 10 Best Monster Trucks

It is entertaining to watch monster trucks in action mainly because of their capability to clear any type of terrain it is driven on. If you are looking to buy one, you might want to get your facts and information about these machines right because there are way too many to choose from. Below is a list of what we think are the top 10 best monster trucks.

10. HPI Savage

This monster truck was among the first ones to be nitro-powered with a twin vertical plate chassis. The length of its shocks is also quite large. There are quite a few versions of this particular model with differing engine and motor specs.

9. Kyosho USA-1

The Kyosho USA-1 was not exactly the first electric powered monster truck but it most definitely is the most popular. Plastic was used to mold some parts of its body like grille, roll cage and bumpers, just to give the right shine.

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8. Losi LST

We were quite skeptical about Losi being able to come up with a monster truck, but to our own surprise, not only have they been successful, but they have also made this list. The thing in this truck that stands out among the rest is the enormous size of the shocks.

7. Tamiya Blackfoot

If you were into monster trucks back in the mid-1980s, the Tamiya Blackfoot was the machine you would look to get. The body of this bad boy is still looked for by some enthusiasts and we are hoping the Blackfoot would soon make Tamiya’s re-release list.

6. Tamiya Clodbuster

With its neat and clean scale look, the Tamiya Clodbuster blew everyone away when it was first released to the public. Amateurs turned to professionals and made their way to showrooms specifically asking for this particular model. One good modification for this truck is to clear it of everything except axles.

5. Tamiya Lunchbox

Named after its shape and size, the Tamiya Lunchbox was arguably the most fun monster truck at the time of its release. The body was a van instead of a pickup; this made this model stand out among the rest.

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4. Team Associated MGT

This is another one we never thought we would see because Team Associated is a lot more known for its production of racing cars. One great feature that the engine of the MGT has is the shaft starter and a pull-starter. This can really get the engine fired up.

3. TraxxasRevo/E-Revo

This is one piece of machinery that simply stands out among all the other monster trucks. The monocoque chassis and the mounted shocks inside would be difficult to find on another beast.

2. Traxxas Stampede

This is one of the older models of monster trucks on this list and a lot of different projects have been made on it. This 2WD monster can be customized for jumping, grinding or full on speed.

1. Traxxas T-Maxx

Credited as number one on this list, the Traxxas T-Maxx can be thought of as the model responsible for the surge in popularity of monster trucks in general in the early 2000s. This truck is still available today in an updated form.

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