The wandering swordsman, Kyou-i Gundam F91!
A new refined version of the MG Gun dam F91 as part of the GunPla Evolution project, from the animated movie â€œGun dam F91â€! Careful research has been conducted to recreate not only the physical appearance but also its various action gimmicks including an LED housing in the chest backpack assembly (BAN217846 White LED sold separately) for representing the heat dissipation that generates the Metal Peel-off Effect (MPE) in the anime. The F91â€™s face open gimmick is now correctly implemented and can split open to the sides or displayed with a solid piece. Shoulder fins and leg thrusters have a new deployment mechanism allowing for various angle adjustments. Display it together with BAN225768 RE-100 Vigna Ghina!
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Designed and produced in UC 0123, the XM-05 Berga Giros is an upgraded version of the XM-04 Berga Dalas. By specification the Berga Giros is 0.1 meters shorter and 0.2 metric tons lighter than the Berga Dalas. Also, the output of the ultracompact fusion reactor has been increased to 4790 kW, which is 540 kW greater than even the Federation's advanced F91 Gundam F91.
The XM-06 Dahgi Iris is used by leaders of the Crossbone Vanguard's reconnaissance teams, and regularly lead a team of XM-03 Ebirhu-S. As it is created for information gathering, multiple cameras and precision sensors, notably the newly developed 'Doppler Radar', are placed throughout its body.
The Den'an Zon, developed and produced by the Crossbone Vanguard, is lighter and had a greater performance than any Federation mobile suits produced in UC 117, the year the Den'an Zon was first produced, or in the year UC 123 when the war between the Federation and the Crossbone Vanguard began.
An early miniature transformable mobile suit developed by Anaheim Electronics, the RXR-44 (F-50D) Guntank R-44 was based on an older transforming artillery mobile suit, the D-50C Loto, a special operations mobile suit created in UC 0096.
The F90III-Y Cluster Gundam was a trial production unit and the third unit in the Formula 90 series built by the Earth Federation Forces' Strategic Naval Research Institute. A radical departure from the previous F90 units was the fact the Cluster Gundam incorporated a Core Block System that functioned as its cockpit and backpack, so the pilotâ€™s rate of survival is greatly increased.
G-Cannon was based on the designs of the F70 Cannon Gundam by SNRI. G-Cannon inherits the ability to remove the back-mounted machine cannons and function as a close combat mobile suit, but its overall performance is still inferior to Cannon Gundam.
The RXF-91 Silhouette Gundam is an advanced mobile suit that is based on stolen data from the Strategic Naval Research Institute's Formula Project. Because it uses stolen data the RXF-91 Silhouette Gundam is in many ways identical to the F91 Gundam F91 that SNRI was still developing. The suits were not completely identical, possessing different exterior frame designs.