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Traxxas Son-uva Digger R/C Monster Truck

Traxxas Son-uva DiggerIf you’re a Monster Jam Monster Truck fan then you probably saw Ryan Anderson pull off the amazing when he back flipped his 10,000lb monster truck, dubbed Son-uva Digger, at the 2011 Monster Jam World Finals. Now you too can try to back flip a Son-uva Digger monster truck of your own with the new Traxxas Son-uva Digger R/C Truck! Based on the previously available 1/10 scale Traxxas Monster Jam models, the Son-uva Digger truck features all waterproof electronics including an XL-5 ESC, high torque servo and a 12t brushed motor. The result is a pretty brisk 30mph top speed out of the box.



  • Officially Licensed Son-uva Digger body and graphics
  • New Monster Jam tires with detailed tread design
  • Authentic beadlock-style wheels
  • Waterproof electronics for all-weather driving excitement in water, mud and snow!
  • Titan 12-Turn 550 Motor
  • 30+mph!
  • Powerful XL-5 Waterproof Electronic Speed Control


  • Length: 16.25″ (413mm)
  • Front Track: 12.75″ (324mm)
  • Rear Track: 12.75″ (324mm)
  • Weight: 65.3oz (1.85 kg)
  • Max Height: 8.75″ (222mm)
  • Wheelbase: 10.63″ (270mm)
  • Part: 36024
  • Price: $235 (approx)

Source: Traxxas

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5 Responses

  1. olivier

    Why didn’t they put it with the monster jam replicas?

    its like the 1 10 grave digger.

  2. Rick

    I’m on the fence on this one. First off I have to give Traxxas props for making a fairly scale appearing body/wheel combo. Until this point most of these rc monster truck replicas either used the wrong wheels or the tires were way out of proportion. Traxxas really hit the nail on the head with the wheels and tires on this truck, the hand cut lines on the tires really add to the scale realism. Now with that out of the way, what is the deal with all of these Traxxas trucks that are just recycled products from the past. This is yet another stampede based vehicle and the stampede itself was based on a chassis used for multiple other cars too. Its time to step it up and give the us truck enthusiasts what we want, a solid axle monster truck with a scale plastic “tube” frame.

  3. Rockenstein

    Needs to be brushless!

  4. Chris

    They were right on with EVERYTHING! Ordered one for myself, already have brushless stampede no complaints yet! 🙂

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