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Victory Magnum

VictoryMagnum

VictoryMagnumPremium

No. Regular releases
19406
19434 (Premium)
Limited editions
94484 (Limited Sp)
94619 (Special kit)
92294 (21st CBlue)
92295 (21st CRed)
92296 (21st White)
92297 (21st Black)
Series Fully Cowled Mini 4WD
Chassis(s) Super-1 Chassis (Normal/Limited Sp/Special kit/21st)
Super-II Chassis (Premium)
Release Date Regular releases
September 20, 1995
June 25, 2011 (Premium)
Limited editions
September 2003 (Limited Sp)
October 27, 2007 (Special kit)
December 2014 (21st)
In fictional media
First Appearance Bakusou Kyoudai Let's & Go!
Owner Go Seiba
The Victory Magnum (Japanese: ビクトリーマグナム, Bikutorī Magunamu) is a Fully Cowled Mini 4WD car released by Tamiya on September 20, 1995.

It was featured in the manga and anime Bakusou Kyoudai Let's & Go! as Go Seiba's third machine, replacing his Magnum Saber in the series.

General info Edit

The Victory Magnum has the redesigned bodyshell has is drastically different from the Magnum Saber. All four wheels now has its own individual fenders, and part of the front fenders can be removed. It has the V-shaped bonnet on the center top of the bodyshell.

Compare to the Vanguard Sonic, the Victory Magnum has sharp, angular body designs and has the small V-shaped rear spoiler. It also has the 'Go' emblem on the bonnet, with the 'V Magnum' decal on top of it.

All models were equipped with the small-diameter 3-spoke Fully Cowled-type wheels. All but the Premium variant comes with the high-profile slick tires.

Victory Magnum and Premium Edit

Both the original model and the Premium variant retains the white body color with the same flame-like body decals that has blue and red highlights as its predecessor has. The Premium variant also has the choice to use the newer headlamp decals on top of the original headlamp decals.

The original Victory Magnum was equipped with the neon-green wheels and has the V-machine-type sideguard, while the Premium variant has the white, glass fiber-mixed wheels with the treaded radial tires. The chassis frame, A parts and the sideguard of the original model were molded in gray, green and gray respectively, while the Premium variant has the blue A parts. The Premium variant is the first Mini 4WD car in the regular lineup to have the carbon-mixed nylon chassis.

Only the Special Kit and the Premium variant comes with a standard motor.

Limited Special Edit

The limited edtion model has the black-plated bodyshell, with the chassis frame and sideguard molded in white and the A parts molded in smoke clear. It doesn't comes with a standard motor.

21st Edit

The Charatoru-exclusive release are consists of four color models: Clear blue, clear red, white and black. The blue and red highlights on the decal of the original model were replaced with red and black highlights. The body decals works best on the white color model.

Depends on the models, it comes with either the chassis and sideguard molded in black and A parts and tires molded in red, or vice-versa. It comes with the gold-plated wheels.

In the manga and anime Edit

Spoiler alert!

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 Victory Magnum was one of the V-machines that are made by Professor Tsuchiya. It was made shortly before the Seiba brothers lost their Sabers in a race against J and his Proto-Saber JB. Like its predecessor, it was a speed-focused machine. Unlike Magnum Saber, it can produces downforces.

In both media, Go was very reluctant to use it initially, to the point that in the manga, he and Retsu tries to returns the V-machines to Professor Tsuchiya.

In the manga, the Seiba brothers were forced to enter the summer cup race by Tokichi. During the race, both the V-machines are slower due to lacks to maintenances and were blown off of the circuit by the Proto-Saber's air cannon. As both machine are about to fall onto the sea, it reminds the Seiba brothers of how their Sabers met their demise and decided to save the V-machines in a selfless act. Having no choice but to use the V-machines, the Seiba brothers maintains the machines and resume the race.

In the anime, few days before the Tokichi Cup, Go's father Kaizou has to go fishing and decided to bring his youngest son along, while also secretly brought the Victory Magnum without Go's knowledge. Kaizou tell Go that like the chun salmons, the Victory Magnum is a child left by the Magnum Saber. Realizing this, Go decided to takes care of the Victory Magnum. During the Tokichi Cup, Go use the badly-aged Rev-Tuned Motor that was used in Magnum Saber's debut race until it no longer works and swap it with the new motor to continue the race.

It was later destroyed by one of the Ogami group's machines. In the manga, shortly after the chassis was fixed with the ZMC putty, the body of the Victory Magnum got crushed by Gen Kondo's Brocken Gigant, while in the anime, it got completely destroyed by Rei Hijikata's Ray Stinger. Both events leds to the creation of Cyclone Magnum.

Technical info Edit

Variant Body Chassis Wheels Tires Motor Dimensions Gear

Standard
(19406)

Color: White
Material: PS

Type: Super-1
Frame: Gray, ABS
A parts: Green, ABS
Sideguard: V-Type (Light Gray, ABS)

Size: Small
Type: Fully Cowled-Type
Spoke: 3
Fitment: Staggered
Color: Fluorescent Green
Material: Polypropylene

Size: Small
Type: High-Profile Slick
Color: Black
Material: Med. Elastomer

N/A

Length: 137
Width: 90
Height: 38

5:1
4:1

Limited Special
(94484)

Color: Black Plated
Material: PS

Type: Super-1
Frame: White, ABS
A parts: Smoke, ABS
Sideguard: V-Type (White, ABS)

Size: Small
Type: Fully Cowled-Type
Spoke: 3
Fitment: Staggered
Color: Fluorescent Green
Material: Polypropylene

Size: Small
Type: High-Profile Slick
Color: Black
Material: Med. Elastomer

N/A

Length: 137
Width: 90
Height: 38

5:1
4:1

Special Kit
(94619)

Color: White (Both)
Material: PS

Type: Super-1
Frame: Black, Glassfiber-Mixed ABS
A parts: Green, ABS
Sideguard: V-Type (Light Gray, ABS)

Size: Small
Type: Fully Cowled-Type
Spoke: 3
Fitment: Staggered
Color: Fluorescent Green
Material: Polypropylene

Size: Small
Type: High-Profile Slick
Color: Black
Material: Med. Elastomer

Standard

Length: 137
Width: 90
Height: 38

5:1
4:1

Premium
(19434)

Color: White
Material: ABS

Type: Super-II
Frame: Carbon, Carbon-Mixed Nylon
A parts: Blue, ABS

Size: Small
Type: Fully-Cowled Type
Spoke: 3
Fitment: Staggered
Color: White
Material: Glassfiber-Mixed Nylon

Size: Small
Type: Treaded Radial
Color: Black
Material: Med. Elastomer

Standard

Length: 150
Width: 97
Height: 38

3.5:1

21st Century
Clear Blue

(92294)

Color: Clear Blue
Material: ABS

Type: Super-1
Frame: Red, ABS
A parts: Black, ABS
Sideguard: V-Type (Red, ABS)

Size: Small
Type: Fully-Cowled Type
Spoke: 3
Fitment: Staggered
Color: Gold Plated
Material: Polypropylene

Size: Small
Type: High-Profile Slick
Color: White
Material: Med. Elastomer

Standard

Length: 137
Width: 90
Height: 38

4:1

21st Century
Clear Red

(92295)

Color: Clear Red
Material: ABS

Type: Super-1
Frame: Red, ABS
A parts: Black, ABS
Sideguard: V-Type (Red, ABS)

Size: Small
Type: Fully-Cowled Type
Spoke: 3
Fitment: Staggered
Color: Gold Plated
Material: Polypropylene

Size: Small
Type: High-Profile Slick
Color: White
Material: Med. Elastomer

Standard

Length: 137
Width: 90
Height: 38

4:1

21st Century
White

(92296)

Color: White
Material: ABS

Type: Super-1
Frame: Black, ABS
A parts: Red, ABS
Sideguard: V-Type (Black, ABS)

Size: Small
Type: Fully-Cowled Type
Spoke: 3
Fitment: Staggered
Color: Gold Plated
Material: Polypropylene

Size: Small
Type: High-Profile Slick
Color: Red
Material: Med. Elastomer

Standard

Length: 137
Width: 90
Height: 38

4:1

21st Century
Black

(92297)

Color: Black
Material: ABS

Type: Super-1
Frame: Black, ABS
A parts: Red, ABS
Sideguard: V-Type (Black, ABS)

Size: Small
Type: Fully-Cowled Type
Spoke: 3
Fitment: Staggered
Color: Gold Plated
Material: Polypropylene

Size: Small
Type: High-Profile Slick
Color: Red
Material: Med. Elastomer

Standard

Length: 137
Width: 90
Height: 38

4:1

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See also Edit

Magnum series Edit

Related Edit

Trivia Edit

  • It was chosen to be the cover car for 1995 season of Tamiya Japan Cup.

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Tamiya Japan Edit

Tamiya America Edit

Charatoru Edit

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