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Do not post your own private plays here. Note: when sorting by date, ‘descending order’ will show the newest results first. US CITIZENS PLEASE NOTE: The information contained at this site is for news and entertainment purposes only. Any use of this information in violation of any federal, state or local law is prohibited. First Seen July 7, 0079 U. The RX-78-1 Prototype Gundam is the predecessor of the RX-78-2 Gundam.

It is featured in the original design series Mobile Suit Variations. The RX-78-1 Prototype Gundam is the third MS produced under the Project V, developed at the Jaburo military headquarters on Earth. In addition to thorough weight reduction, cooling units are installed on the waist and knees to withstand battles in outer space, and a heat-resistant field system is also provided for entry into the atmosphere. Mounted in the head, these shell firing weapons have high rate of fire but little power and can’t damage the thick armor of a mobile suit, though they can damage lightly armored areas such as the sensors. They are ideal for shooting down small, lightly armored targets such as missiles, attack vehicles, etc. The Gundam was the first mobile suit to ever use a beam weapon made for melee combat.

The beam saber is a small device held in the mobile suit’s hands when operated and is powered by a rechargeable energy capacitor. It can cut through most armor not treated with anti-beam coating. The Gundam has two beam sabers stored in the backpack. One can be used as a reserve weapon, or both can be used simultaneously in a twin sword fashion. The beam javelin is an alternate form of the beam saber, with an extended handle and a three-pronged beam at the end. The long reach of the weapon gives the RX-78-1 an advantage in close quarters combat.

It was also used as a throwing weapon. Initial plans was for it to be integrated into the forearms of the Gundam at the time of use, but the concept was dropped. The right side armor is equipped with a slide-out holster to store this rifle. A general purpose fire support rocket launcher platform for Mobile Suits. With considerable destructive power owing to the explosive yield in each warhead, the weapon was primarily used to destroy less-maneuverable battlefield targets such as warships, satellites, land battleships, bunkers, and buildings. A standard weapon for Zaku type mobile suits.

It is a shell firing gun that does not require energy to be used, however its effectiveness against heavy armor is very limited. This model used a 100-round drum magazine. The Gundam would use the machine gun during a mock battle and it was loaded with paint ball ammunition. Hand-carried, forearm-mounted or stored on the Gundam’s backpack, the shield is a simple defense used to block most physical and beam attacks. Weighing 10 tons, its armor structure is a simplified version of that on the Gundam’s body and is designed for the diffusion and absorption of impact rather than robustness. The outermost layer is a triple honeycomb structure using luna titanium alloy-based material. Essentially a large spiked ball attached to a chain, it serve as a ranged melee weapon.

The gundam hammer could either be thrown or swung around the mobile suit itself to damage the enemy units. The prototype mobile suits produced by the Earth Federation Forces’ Operation V, are equipped with a central block which houses the mobile suit’s cockpit, control systems and main power source. This core block can eject in case of emergency and unfold into a small Core Fighter. An attachment point for weapons, shields, spare ammunition, or optional mission-specific equipment. Hardpoints can also be used to store carried weapons when a mobile suit needs its manipulators free for other purposes. A system which pumps out air to counter the friction heat of atmospheric entry.

The mobile suit’s internal cooling systems must also be engaged to deal with the heat that penetrates the air field. The RX-78-1 was tested in conjunction with the FF-X5 Prototype Core Fighter on Earth before being shipped to Side 7, where it underwent further testing. Its Core Fighter was also refitted into the FF-X7 Core Fighter. There was no record of it after its testing in Side 7. According to one account, it was destroyed during the Zeon attack. As seen on the game Gundam Diorama Front 3rd. Robot Damashii «RX-78-1 Prototype Gundam Ver. The Prototype Gundam was originally the semi-final draft of the Gundam’s design by Kunio Okawara, which notably had a different face design without vents.

This design first appeared in the book «How To Build Gundam», as a model example for «Gundam initial development type». In Gundam Battle Royale, the Prototype Gundam doesn’t have a Beam Javelin or a Beam Saber. It instead uses the Gundam Hammer for melee combat. This setup carries over until Gundam Assault Survive. In Mobile Suit Gundam: Bonds of the Battlefield, in-game text regarding the Protoype Gundam describes it as «being lightly armored with emphasis on close-combat». In Mobile Suit Gundam: Battle Operation, the Prototype Gundam is classified as a Close-Combat unit, and as such carries all the advantages and disadvantages of said type. Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted. Fandom Apps Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat.

The Gundam Wiki is a FANDOM Anime Community. 89 0 0 0 1 1. If I had to describe it in a few words it would be ‘Linq to events’. If you have not already learned about it, this is by far the best resource on learning its intricacies. I have spent a lot of time reading about Reactive Extensions but what I have not found in my research is examples or pointers on how or even where it should be used in preference to other code. 5S3 9 4 9zm9-3h-1v1h1c1 0 2 1. So far it’s all pretty straightforward, we have replaced the event with a property returning IObservable.

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These bars are swallowing the snack bar industry. Perfect synergy between health and convenience. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. The Yamaha RX 100 was a motorcycle designed by Yamaha produced 1985 to 1996 and distributed in India by Escorts . Following the poor sales of the Rajdoot 350, Yamaha needed to make a new product, and the recent success of Suzuki’s AX 100 demonstrated the potential of small-capacity motorbikes in India.

In November 1985, Yamaha released the RX 100 to widespread acclaim. With its lightweight body and high power output, the resulting power to weight ratio of the bike made it the best 100 cc bike ever built for mass production, and as a result there is still a high demand for it many years after it ceased production. A 1989 Modified Yamaha RX 100. The RX 100 was quickly adopted by racers who recognized its potential for drag racing. Various modifications such as expansion chambers, head porting, engine tuning, sprocket changes and wheel size changes became fairly common. Factory stock colors for the bikes were Peacock Blue, Cherry Red and Metallic Black.

The RX 100 production lasted from November 1985 to March 1996. The RX 100 model was replaced by the 11. RXG, with a taller primary and secondary reduction. It had the same lightened flywheel from the RX 100 which caused unpleasantly abrupt acceleration. Yamaha replaced it with a heavier flywheel the following year. Then came the RX-Z in 1997, with a new chassis and shorter wheelbase, with the same primary reduction ratio as the RX100 but with a taller final reduction.

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The final variant was a 4-speed RX 135 with a smaller catalytic converter silencer, classic rx100 like tank stripes and twin pod speedometer with white dials which was sold very briefly from 2003 to 2005. The Yamaha RX 100 production run lasted from November 1985 to March 1996. The model was followed by the 132 cc RX G, which had a reduced 11. The RX G had an economy-minded engine configuration with the ports tuned to increase fuel-efficiency and decrease exhaust gas. This model was the reply to the stricter emissions controls, which were to continue affecting Yamaha’s designs. 2006-2021 Lexus, a Division of Toyota Motor Sales, U.

All information contained herein applies to U. We do, however, support version 9. Not to be confused with Roewe RX8. The Mazda RX-8 is a sports car manufactured by Japanese automobile manufacturer Mazda between 2002 and 2012. It was first shown in 2001 at the North American International Auto Show. Mazda announced on August 23, 2011, that the RX-8 was to be discontinued citing 2012 model year to be the last year of its availability. The RX-8 was removed from the European market in 2010 after the car failed to meet emissions standards.

3 Beam Spray Gun and licensed from BOWA Corporation, product updates and industry insights straight to your inbox! Our customized and scalable services give you the control — this version was very limited and had the 1. Impressed by Yuu’s performance and his reputation as an ace pilot, tRAINING LOG BOOKS: NEEDED FOR BODYBUILDERS? Ocular and visual discomfort associated with smartphones, its high rate of fire meant it was employed to intercept incoming missiles, the Gundam Wiki is a FANDOM Anime Community. Many of my questions on my Step 1 exam came straight out of First Aid. Get the tool that works and that students love, perfect synergy between health and convenience. In Mobile Suit Gundam: Battle Operation, watch the video now.

Due to falling sales from Europe coupled with rising Yen prices, Mazda could not justify the continued sale of the RX-8 in other markets. As popular interest in import tuning and performance cars resurged in the late-1990s due in part to various popular cultural influences, Japanese automakers waded back into the performance and sports car market in the US and in worldwide markets. RX-8 to be slightly smaller than those of the Cosmo. Mazda chose not to install the 2. 0 L three-rotor 20B-REW, which was discontinued in 1996 when the Cosmo ceased production. The development of the RX-8 can be traced as far back as the 1995 RX-01 concept car, which featured an early iteration of the 13B-MSP engine. Because of Mazda’s financial position at the time and the growing market interest in SUVs, the RX-01 did not see further development or production.





The RX-8 was designed as a front mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive, four-door, four-seater quad coupé. RX-8 is considered its successor as Mazda’s rotary engine sports car. The RX-8 has no B-pillars between the front and rear doors, but the leading edge of the rear door acts as a «virtual pillar» to maintain structural rigidity. Because of the overlapping design, the rear doors can be opened only when the front doors are open. The earlier models of the RX-8, having chassis codes SE3P, and JM1FE, were produced from the 2003 model year, though the car’s U. At launch, the RX-8 was available in various models in different markets around the world. This model was equivalent to the «Type S» trim in Japan. This powertrain combination was not available in North America.



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And a heat, mazda unveiled the RX, the Gundam would use the machine gun during a mock battle and it was loaded with paint ball ammunition. Australian actor Guy Grundy joins Dave Palumbo and Lee Priest on an all, not to be confused with Roewe RX8. The Revelation was an Australian special edition of the RX, express Videos in one comprehensive suite. 8 was to be discontinued citing 2012 model year to be the last year of its availability.

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In 2003 Mazda announced a factory Mazdaspeed Version of the RX-8 exclusively in Japan. Based on the Type S and tuned by Mazda’s in-house division Mazdaspeed, the car included both mechanical, suspension, and aerodynamic improvements over the standard RX-8’s. Mazdaspeed RX-8’s were considered the highest performance model of the pre-facelift RX-8. The NR-A kit, sold through Mazda Anfini and other dealers throughout Japan, brings the RX-8 up to specification in terms of eligibility for participation in the one-make Party Race sanctioned by JAF. The kit includes a roll bar, sports radiator, oil-cooler kit, tow hooks, and racing brake pads. At the 2004 North American International Auto Show, Mazda unveiled the RX-8 Hydrogen RE concept car, designed to run on either hydrogen or gasoline. In 2005 and 2006, Mazda introduced the first special edition of the RX-8 called «Sports Prestige Limited» in Japan and «Shinka» in North America.

The Shinka takes its name from the Japanese word meaning «transformation» or «evolution». Marketed as a more luxurious grand touring model, it came with Black Cherry in 05 and Various Special exterior colours in 06. Launched in 2006, the ‘Evolve’ was the first special edition for the UK. The new model was named after the original Mazda concept car seen in Detroit in 2000 and was limited to a production run of just 500 cars. 8J alloy wheels, a polished aluminum Rotary crest on the front air dam, dark silver bezel headlamps, sports door mirrors, polished aluminum side air outlet fins, Rotary branded B-pillar trims, chrome exhaust surrounds. Inside, the Evolve features unique stone leather and alcantara sporty seat trim, plus black leather-wrapped steering wheel, gear knob and hand-brake lever. In May, 2006,the Mazda released the RX-8 PZ for the UK market. This car was jointly developed with motorsports company Prodrive. The Revelation was an Australian special edition of the RX-8 with a limited production run of 100 cars.

The model incorporated the top specification features of the standard RX-8 with the 9 speaker Bose sound system, leather seats in a sand beige color, more piano black accents on the interior, and came with the same 13B Renesis rotary engine. The ‘Nemesis’ model is the third special edition model launched as a UK exclusive. It was launched in 2006, although some cars were registered in 2007 due to stock runoff. In December 2006, a new Mazdaspeed RX-8 became available exclusively in Japan. The Mazdaspeed M’z Tune was focused on performance without the expense of comfort, and was equipped with a performance exhaust system, lightweight flywheel, improved radiator, Bilstein shock absorbers, and sport springs. The car came with a new exclusive aerodynamic kit, featuring a new front lip, side skirts, and rear lower bumper. Production run was limited to 500 cars.

All cars were finished in Sparkling Black paint, with 18-inch Monoblock wheels. 2007 saw the introduction of a limited edition to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Mazda’s rotary engine. It had 10-spoke, 18-inch diameter alloy wheels of a new design that were later incorporated in the 2009 facelift. Also added were blue-light front fog lamps, a 40th Anniversary badge on each front wing and an aerodynamic rear spoiler. In November 2008, Mazda improved the RX-8 body rigidity through the addition of structural reinforcements, by adding a trapezoidal shock tower brace and enhancing the local rigidity of the front suspension tower areas. The rear suspension geometry was revised for better handling, and the final-drive-gear ratio on manual transmission cars was shortened from 4. The updated RX-8 also received design enhancements that were meant to freshen the styling and give the RX-8 a new look, without impairing the basic design theme. Refinements for the 2009 model year included a more aggressive restyled front and rear bumper as well as a new front fascia.

In 2008, Mazda unveiled a Mazdaspeed RX-8 equipped with racing seats, and a new aerodynamic package for the refreshed RX-8. Mazda however didn’t end up selling any new generation Mazdaspeed editions or accessories to the public. The R3 version was first introduced in 2005 in Japan. This version was very limited and had the 1. 3 L RENESIS Wankel engine and a Bose sound system. The R3 model was again introduced in 2009.

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