|No.|| 55089 (GX)|
|Release Date|| February 11, 2005 (GX)|
July 16, 2005 (GX-Gold)
|Manufacturer(s)||FDK Corporation (Subsidary company of Fujitsu)|
The PowerChamp GX has ceased its production as it was superseded by the PowerChamp GZ on December 9, 2006.
The exterior of the PowerChamp GX sports the three-tone black, gold and red colors, with the large golden 'GX' label placed next to the 'PowerChamp' label and the Tamiya label. The limited edition, gold-plated terminal version of the GX, known as the GX-Gold, instead has the artwork of the Dangun Racer Jet-Vulcan from the manga Dangun Wolf by Tetsuhiro Koshita.
As usual for a new PowerChamp battery, it features the increased discharge-rate and endurance compare to the PowerChamp GR. The GX-Gold has the gold-plated terminals that prevents the corrosion of the terminals. Both batteries's performance are similar to that of Fujitsu's Rspec alkaline battery.
As it is a Alkaline battery, it is heavier than NeoChamp battery (which was released in 2011) and is not cost effective due to being a non-rechargeable battery.
|Batteries and chargers|
|Non-rechargeable||Tamiya PowerChamp||Original · EX · Gold · SP · GR/GR2 · GX/GX-Gold · GZ · RC · FD · GT · RS|
|Fujitsu||Fujitsu Premium G · Fujitsu Premium|
|Rechargeable||Tamiya||Ni-Cd · Mini 4WD Ni-Cd · Ni-Cd 1000 · NeoChamp|
|Chargers||2-battery||Mini 4WD Ni-Cd Battery Charger · AC Fast Charger 40 min. · AC Fast Charger 30 min. · Green AC Fast Charger · NC-MDR02 · AC Quick Charger/AC Quick Charger II|
|4-battery||Ni-Cd Battery Charger · AC Quick Charger PRO/AC Quick Charger PRO II|
|8-battery||QD Octa-Charger · Mini 4WD Octa-Charger|