|No.|| Regular releases|
19616 (LM Breaker)
94463 (CSmoke Sp)
|Series||Aero Mini 4WD|
|Release Date|| September 1999|
December 2000 (LM Breaker)
|In fictional media|
|First Appearance||Bakusou Kyoudai Let's & Go! MAX (Manga only)|
The Lightning-Magnum features the low-height, fully cowled body design, with a large flat spoiler attached onto the rear and a pair of silver-colored small absorbers on the side of its black canopy. Both variants has the blue body color (Metallic blue on the normal variant and clear blue on the LM Breaker.) with the flame-styled body decals, with a 'Go' (Japanese: 豪, Gō) emblem on the front bonnet.
All variants were equipped with the small-diameter 3-spoke VS-type wheels and X-type narrow slick tires.
The original Lightning-Magnum features the red and orange body decals with white trims. It has the yellow-colored 'Go' emblem.
It was equipped with the red wheels and black tires. It doesn't comes with a standard motor.
The LM Breaker features the white body decals with red trims. It has the red colored 'Go' emblem.
It was equipped with the yellow wheels and black wheels. The subparts of the chassis were molded in smoke clear. It doesn't comes with a standard motor.
In the manga
This section of the article may contains details concerning the progression of the plot. If you do not want it to be spoiled for you, skip this section!
The car was later fitted with the MS Chassis during the test trial, but its body was unable to handles the performance of the new chassis. Something unexpected happened however, as Go accidentally fall into the bottom of valley in an argument with his brother Retsu. Although Go was unharmed in said accident, the same cannot be said to his Lightning-Magnum; its bodyshell was severely damaged.
Go was later found by a native American family and is staying in their village, all while trying to fixing the bodyshell of his car, but to no avail. It was until the father of a native American family takes Go to the spirit land, where the ghosts of the decreased animals rested. The bodyshell was finally repaired after a night at the spirit land after Go got the idea from the head of a bison's skeleton. Go eventually returns to the race scene in the America opening of the world grand prix with his new car, the BisonMagnum.
Length: 145 mm
Width: 90 mm
Height: 41 mm
Chassis: VS Chassis
Gear Set(s): 4:1 and 3.5:1
- It was chosen to be the cover car for the 1999 season of Tamiya Japan Cup.
- Magnum Saber
- Victory Magnum
- Cyclone Magnum
- Z Wing Magnum
- Dual Hybrid G Magnum
- Great Magnum Type-Zero
- Great Magnum R
|Aero Mini 4WD series|
|Super X||Max Breaker Z-2* · Shadow Breaker Z-3* · Phantom-Blade* · Knuckle Breaker Z-1* · Storm-Cruiser · Rising-Trigger* · Max Breaker TRF*|
|VS||Blazing-Max · Desert-Golem · Lightning-Magnum · Blitzer-Sonic|
|* denotes Super XX Chassis version available|