It was featured in the manga and anime Bakusou Kyoudai Let's & Go! MAX as Ryo Takaba's 3rd machine.
General info[edit | edit source]
The Rising-Trigger features the blocky, low height, open-wheel body design, with a near-M-shaped rear spoiler on the rear.
It has the sharper nose section, with a pair of rectangle-shaped headlamps on the front fenders. It has 2 pairs of slits on the rear cowls.
All variants were equipped with small-diameter 3-spoke X wide-type wheels with flat parallel tires.
Rising-Trigger[edit | edit source]
The original Rising-Trigger has the black body color and gold canopy. Unlike the past Tridaggers, it has the flame-styled decals with blue highlights and red stripes.
It was equipped with the red wheels and black tires. The chassis was molded in gray.
White Special[edit | edit source]
The white color variant of the Rising-Trigger has the white body color and black canopy. It has the flame-styled decals with red highlights and blue/yellow stripes. This variant was equipped with the Super XX Chassis.
It was equipped with the red wheels and black tires. The chassis frame and subparts were molded in white and black respectively.
In the manga and anime[edit | edit source]
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The Rising-Trigger is Ryo Takaba's 3rd machine, succeeding his Neo-Tridagger ZMC.
It is unknown how it was created in the manga, but what is known is that its body was made of the reinforced ZMC material. In the anime, it was Professor Tsuchiya who developed and created the Rising-Trigger, based on the design data of the Blazing-Max he got from Masamune Ichimonji. In both cases, the car was given to Ryo Takaba during the middle of the 2nd world grand prix season.
Although the overall design is similar to that of Gouki's Blazing-Max and thus the cars were behaves similarly, it was Ryo's experiences as a racer that makes the car much faster, to the point when he returns to Japan to challenges the Ichimonji brothers (At the time, Gouki still has his Max Breaker.), he managed to win against them multiple times until Gouki is able to handles the performance of his new car.
Technical info[edit | edit source]
Length: 156 mm (Normal), 153 mm (White Special)
Width: 92 mm (Normal), 98 mm (White Special)
Height: 38 mm (Normal/White Special)
Chassis: Super X Chassis, Super XX Chassis
Gear Set(s): 4:1 and 3.5:1 (Normal), 3.5:1 (White Special)
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Boxart[edit | edit source]
See also[edit | edit source]
Ryo Takaba's machine[edit | edit source]
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Tamiya Japan[edit | edit source]
Tamiya America[edit | edit source]
Tamiya Online Shop[edit | edit source]
- Rising-Trigger on Tamiya Online Shop (Japanese)
- Rising-Trigger White Special on Tamiya Online Shop (Japanese)
|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|