Losi TEN-MT 4WD Monster Truck with AVC

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Losi has announced the Losi TEN-MT 1/10th scale 4WD monster truck RTR kit. The Losi TEN-MT is based off the ever popular and successful TEN-SCTE 2.0 platform and features 4WD drivetrain, large 12mm big bore shocks, Dynamite Fuze 3800kv brushless motor, and the AVC stability control system!

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If they make the same thing with a 2-speed nitro, they will have my attention. Always wanted an MT2 (had a nitro MT for a while), but the lack of 2-speed makes it a low priority.
 

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I'm very familiar with that series I'll look at the specs tonight but assume it is to the TEN-T what the bullet MT is to the bullet ST. That aside the Ten series which includes the SCTE and 1/8 buggy 810 is incredibly.....oh how should I word this...?...."Fly". :)

Thanks for the post I was it aware. On to see what is any goodies we Ten series fans are getting ;:)

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To The reply about the 2speed I'm curious why it is you prefer the transmission over a center diff in that class as it the nitro version exists with with 3 diff design.
 
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To The reply about the 2speed I'm curious why it is you prefer the transmission over a center diff in that class as it the nitro version exists with with 3 diff design.
For a basher, a two speed with a slipper is preferred for low end torque, but yet high speed for running around a skate park or in an open area. I find that single speed rigs are just too much of a compromise one way or the other for my use. A center diff makes things tougher/less likely to break, but it also forces a compromise between speed and low end torque.
 

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its a great truck. losi ten-mt 1/10 is a decent monster truck it is definitely my favorite truck.there are several features and flaws that i did not like,but this truck does perform,handles and jumps well
 

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If they make the same thing with a 2-speed nitro, they will have my attention. Always wanted an MT2 (had a nitro MT for a while), but the lack of 2-speed makes it a low priority.
Hey, look at Ten-T and add the MT wheels, I believe that's something you might find interesting.
 

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The two that I have, are both with two speed centers. I will post a pic shortly.
I remembered there was a ten-t that had a 2 speed, but it was a 2wd stadium like the traxxas jato. I didn't know they made a smaller 1/10 4x4 like the hpi MT2/bullet that was a 2 speed. I would like to see that.
 

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I'm sitting here stuffing one of my feet in my mouth, lol
Went downt to the bench to take some pics, and guess what,? All time I was talking about tweo speed i was visualizing my RS4 center diff with two speeds on my Ten-T. IMG_20181216_155135.jpgRS4IMG_20181216_155332.jpg

Apologies for misinformation.
 

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