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F90-okwara-rear.jpg;Rear (Unit 1)
 
F90-okwara-rear.jpg;Rear (Unit 1)
 
F90-unit2.jpg;Front (Unit 2)
 
F90-unit2.jpg;Front (Unit 2)
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Gundam F90 Second Roll Out Color.jpg;Front (Unit 2, Roll Out Color)
 
|transformable=No
 
|transformable=No
 
|production=Prototype
 
|production=Prototype
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|OfficialName=Gundam F90<br>ガンダムF90
 
|OfficialName=Gundam F90<br>ガンダムF90
 
|designation=F90
 
|designation=F90
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|archetype=F89 Gundam F89
 
|first=September, 0111
 
|first=September, 0111
 
|era=Universal Century
 
|era=Universal Century
 
|mechdesigner=Kunio Okawara
 
|mechdesigner=Kunio Okawara
|series=Mobile Suit Gundam F90, Mobile Suit Gundam Climax U.C.: The Bonds of the Bloodline,
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|series=Mobile Suit Gundam F90, Mobile Suit Gundam F90: Fastest Formula, Mobile Suit Gundam Climax U.C.: The Bonds of the Bloodline,
 
|manufacturer=[[Strategic Naval Research Institute|SNRI]]
 
|manufacturer=[[Strategic Naval Research Institute|SNRI]]
 
|operator=Earth Federation Forces
 
|operator=Earth Federation Forces
|pilot=Def Stallion, Sid Amber, Bergh Scred, Nana Tachibana, Minoru Suzuki,
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|pilot=Def Stallion, Sid Amber, Bergh Scred, Patsy Angelica, Nana Tachibana, Minoru Suzuki
 
|headheight=14.8
 
|headheight=14.8
 
|emptyweight=7.5
 
|emptyweight=7.5
 
|weight=17.8
 
|weight=17.8
 
|maxaccel=4.20
 
|maxaccel=4.20
|armor=[[Gundarium Alloy|Gundarium Alloy Ceramic Composite]]
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|armor=Gundarium Alloy Ceramic Composite
 
|powerplant=Minovsky Ultracompact Fusion Reactor
 
|powerplant=Minovsky Ultracompact Fusion Reactor
 
|poweroutput=3160
 
|poweroutput=3160
|propRocketThrusters=2 x 27510, 2 x 9870
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|propRocketThrusters=74760
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|thrusterlayout=2 x 27510, 2 x 9870
 
|propVernierThrusters=51
 
|propVernierThrusters=51
 
|paccommodation=Pilot only~in panoramic monitor/linear seat cockpit in torso
 
|paccommodation=Pilot only~in panoramic monitor/linear seat cockpit in torso
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2 x Beam Saber
 
2 x Beam Saber
 
|OptionalEquip=Beam Rifle
 
|OptionalEquip=Beam Rifle
Mega Beam Bazooka
 
 
Shield
 
Shield
|SpecEquip=9 x Hardpoint
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|SpecEquip=11 x Hardpoint
Weapon Mount
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Weapon Rack
A.R. (Amuro Ray) AI system~Unit 1
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Type-A.R. Pseudo-Personality Computer~Unit 1
C.A. (Char Aznable) AI system~Unit 2
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Type-C.A. Pseudo-Personality Computer~Unit 2
 
}}The '''F90 Gundam F90''' ("F90" standing for "Formula 90") is a [[mobile suit]] from the ''[[Mobile Suit Gundam F90]]'' manga.
 
}}The '''F90 Gundam F90''' ("F90" standing for "Formula 90") is a [[mobile suit]] from the ''[[Mobile Suit Gundam F90]]'' manga.
   
 
==Technology & Combat Characteristics==
 
==Technology & Combat Characteristics==
The first mobile suit of the [[Strategic Naval Research Institute|Strategic Naval Research Institute's]] "Formula Project." The F90 Gundam F90 was a downscaled mobile suit, standing at only 14.8 meters compared to the [[RX-78-2 Gundam]], which stood at 18 meters. Although the F90 was given a standard armament of a beam rifle, two beam sabers, and a solid shield, the unit was also given numerous hardpoints. These hardpoints allowed the F90 to take on external equipment for various roles in combat. The Gundam could be equipped with as many as 26 different configurations, meaning the F90 could be equipped for anything from [[F90A Gundam F90 Assault Type|heavy assault]] and [[F90S Gundam F90 Support Type|support]] fire to [[F90M Gundam F90 Marine Type|underwater]] combat and [[F90P Gundam F90 Plunge Type|atmospheric reentry]]. The configurations made the F90 one of the most versatile mobile suits of its time.
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The Gundam F90 is a prototype unit developed by the [[Strategic Naval Research Institute]] under the "Formula Project", a plan to create small mobile suit. Standing at only 14.8 meters compared to the 18 meters tall [[RX-78-2 Gundam]], the Gundam F90's downsizing was achieved through the use of micro-honeycomb structure obtained from Yashima Heavy Industries, enabling its armor and movable frame to be made lighter. It also has a downsized reactor, but its output is 1.5 times that of existing mobile suits. With a total of 51 attitude control thrusters placed throughout its body, the Gundam F90 is also highly mobile and maneuverable. A total of three Gundam F90 units are built, they are known as Unit 1 to Unit 3.
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The Gundam F90's most prominent feature is its adaptation of the [[Mission Packs]]. These dedicated optional equipment can be attached across the 11 hardpoints placed through out the Gundam F90's body, allowing the mobile suit to take on a variety of mission. They can also be exchanged when needed, granting the Gundam F90 extremely high versatility. 5 of the 26 planned Mission Packs were roll out alongside the mobile suit: [[F90A Gundam F90 Assault Type|A]], [[F90D Gundam F90 Destroid Type|D]], [[F90S Gundam F90 Support Type|S]], [[F90M Gundam F90 Marine Type|M]] and [[F90H Gundam F90 Hover Type|H]]. To control the Mission Packs, pseudo-personality computers were installed. Unit 1 has the Type-A.R., while Unit 2 has the Type-C.A. The Gundam F90's standard armament consist of two vulcan guns, a beam rifle, two beam sabers, and a shield.
   
 
==Armaments==
 
==Armaments==
 
;*60mm Vulcan Gun
 
;*60mm Vulcan Gun
:The F90 is equipped with a pair of head mounted Vulcan guns, which serve as mid-close range defensive weapons. While they do little damage against the armor of a mobile suit, they are useful for shoot down incoming missiles, small attack vehicles, or to deter closing in enemy machines.
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:A pair of shell-firing vulcan guns are mounted on the sides of the F90's head. They are primarily for intercepting enemy missiles/units, warning shots and to destroy thinly armored units.
   
 
;*Beam Saber
 
;*Beam Saber
:The beam saber is the standard close-combat weapon of many mobile suits, it emits a blade of plasma contained by an I-field that can cut through any physical armor that have not been treated to resist it. The beam saber is powered by a rechargeable energy capacitor, and the F90 is equipped with two beam sabers stored on the backpack.
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:The beam saber is the standard close-combat weapon of many mobile suits, it emits a blade of plasma contained by an I-field that can cut through most physical armor not treated to resist it. The beam saber is powered by a rechargeable energy capacitor, and the F90 has two beam sabers stored on the backpack. They are removed when equipping certain Mission Packs.
   
 
;*Beam Rifle
 
;*Beam Rifle
:The beam rifle is the standard ranged weapon of [[Earth Federation]] mobile suits, it fires a compressed mega particle beam which can penetrate any physical armor, leading to the saying that any mobile suit equipped with a beam rifle had the power of a battleship at its disposal. The F90's beam rifle is powered by a replaceable e-pac and can be stored on the waist weapons mount.
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:The beam rifle is the standard ranged weapon of most mobile suits, it fires a compressed mega particle beam which can penetrate most physical armor not treated to resist it. The F90's beam rifle is powered by a replaceable E-pack located at the weapon's rear. Spare E-packs can be carried on the side skirt's hardpoints, and the beam rifle itself can be stored on the rear skirt's weapon rack.
 
;*Mega Beam Bazooka
 
:An optional weapon of the F90 is the Mega Beam Bazooka, which can be stored on the waist weapons mount. It utilizes the technology of a beam rifle on a slightly larger scale, and is powered by a replaceable e-pac. The mega beam bazooka fires slower moving mega particles, causing its beam to widen and allowing the beam to cause damage over a greater area, ideal for dealing with battleships or catching multiple mobile suits off-guard.
 
   
 
;*Shield
 
;*Shield
:Shields are essentially thick slabs of metal that the equipped mobile suit can use to absorb the impact from attacks that, for whatever reason, cannot be dodged. However shields can only withstand so much pressure before becoming damaged themselves. Shields are also treated with an anti-beam coating to defend against beam weapons which can normally penetrate any physical barrier, however the coating gets gradually burned away each time a beam strikes it until it is rendered useless. When not in use, the shield can be stored on the back.
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:A piece of equipment that increases the Gundam F90's defensive capability, it is mounted on the left forearm and/or handheld. The Gundam F90's shield is strong and light due to the use of new materials, and two spare E-packs for the beam rifle can be stored on the back.
   
 
==Special Equipment & Features==
 
==Special Equipment & Features==
 
;*Hardpoints
 
;*Hardpoints
:The F90 is equipped with 9 Hardpoints for mounting various external equipment and/or armaments to meet specific needs or combat situations. Potentially, the unit can be equipped with as many as 26 unique armament configurations, making the F90 extremely versatile.
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:The F90 has 11 hardpoints for mounting the [[Mission Packs]], sets of optional equipment and armaments, to meet specific needs or combat situations. The locations of these hardpoints are: two on top of the shoulder armor, one on the backpack, two on the sides of the forearms, two on the front skirt armor, two on the side skirt armor, and two on the sides of the legs. These hardpoints are covered when not in use. The attached Mission Packs can be exchanged, making the F90 extremely versatile. There are potentially as many as 26 Mission Packs. The hardpoints can also be used for mounting spare E-packs of the Beam Rifle or other ranged beam weaponry.
   
;*Weapon Mount
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;*Weapon Rack
:The F90 is equipped with a weapon mount for any optional external weapon the unit cannot already carry. Typically, for the F90, it would be mounted by either the Beam Rifle or the Mega Beam Bazooka.
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:The F90 has a weapon rack on its rear skirt armor for storing external weapons such as the Beam Rifle.
   
;*A.R. (Amuro Ray) AI system (Unit 1)
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;*Type-A.R. Pseudo-Personality Computer
:F90 Unit 1 was equipped with an assisting AI system, a system that was built upon [[Amuro Ray]]'s piloting data. This AI system would supplement the pilot's own skill to increase unit performance.
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:Installed on the Unit 1, it not only assist with control of the Mission Packs, but can also predict the enemy's movements. It is said to be programmed with the pseudo-personality of [[Amuro Ray]].
   
;*C.A. (Char Aznable) AI system (Unit 2)
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;*Type-C.A. Pseudo-Personality Computer
:F90 Unit 2 was equipped with an assisting AI system, a system that was built upon [[Char Aznable]]'s piloting data. This AI system would supplement the pilot's own skill to increase unit performance.
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:Installed on the Unit 2, it not only assist with control of the Mission Packs, but also improves the mobile suit's mobility. This causes the Unit 2 to be 3 times faster than existing mobile suit. It is said to be programmed with the pseudo-personality of [[Char Aznable]].
   
 
==History==
 
==History==
Following the Neo-Zeon wars, a time of relative peace began for the Earth sphere, without any major spacenoid uprising. Nevertheless, the [[Earth Federation Forces]] decided to maintain their military strength by creating newer mobile suits, designed for this new age. Although [[Anaheim Electronics]] had a virtual monopoly for several decades when it came to mobile suit production, the EFF created its own in-house development thinktank, which was called the [[Strategic Naval Research Institute]] (SNRI). This organization was tasked with the duty to create new scaled-down mobile suits, which were not only smaller and more lightweight but also mounted the newest weaponry and technology to cope with different combat situations and missions.
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Following the Neo-Zeon wars, a time of relative peace began for the Earth sphere, without any major spacenoid uprising. Nevertheless, the [[Earth Federation Forces]] decided to maintain their military strength by creating newer mobile suits, designed for this new age. Although [[Anaheim Electronics]] had a virtual monopoly for several decades when it came to mobile suit production, the EFF created its own in-house development thinktank, which was called the [[Strategic Naval Research Institute]] (SNRI). This organization was tasked with the duty to create new scaled-down mobile suits, which were not only smaller and lighter but also mounted the newest weaponry and technology to cope with different combat situations and missions. This eventually led SNRI to initiate the "Formula Project", which resulted in the creation of the F90 Gundam F90.
   
SNRI eventually started this project under the name "Formula Project", which resulted in the creation of the F90 Gundam F90. Two models of this suit were created and both were tested by the EFF's 13th Experimental Squadron. During testing a remnant [[Zeon]] force, calling themselves the "Oldsmobile Army", made its appearance at this time. They stole the F90 Unit 2 and carried it away to their base on Mars where it was reconfigured into the OMS-90R Gundam F90.
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Three Gundam F90 units were built, with Unit 1 and 2 assigned to the EFF's 13th Experimental Squadron for testing. During testing, a remnant [[Zeon]] force calling themselves the "Oldsmobile Army" appeared and stole Unit 2. Unit 2 was then brought back to their martian base and reconfigured into the [[OMS-90R Gundam F90]]. The Earth Federation reassigned the 13th Experimental Squadron, along with Unit 1, as the 13th Autonomous Fleet and sent them to Mars to destroy the Oldsmobile Army. On the surface of Mars, Unit 1 battled Oldsmobile Army's mobile suits around Olympus Mons using equipment from several of its Mission Packs, primarily the Assault, Destroid, and Support packs. Later, in the enemy base within Mount Olympus, Unit 1/[[Def Stallion]] engaged the OMS-90R Gundam F90 piloted by [[Bosch]]. Both units were heavily damaged and in a final move reminiscent of the final battle between the [[RX-78-2 Gundam]] and the [[MSN-02 Zeong]], Unit 1 emerged victorious.
   
The Earth Federation reassigned the 13th Experimental Squadron, along with Unit 1, as the 13th Autonomous Fleet and was launched to Mars in order to destroy the Oldsmobile Army. On the surface of Mars the F90 Unit 1 would combat Oldsmobile mobile suits around Olympus Mons using equipment from several of its combat packages, primarily its Assault, Destroid, and Support packages. Within the Zeon's Oldsmobile base inside Mount Olympus Unit 1/[[Def Stallion]] engaged the [[OMS-90R Gundam F90]] piloted by Bosch. Both Units were heavily damaged, but in a final move reminiscent of the final battle between the [[RX-78-2 Gundam]] and the [[MSN-02 Zeong]], Unit 1 defeated Unit 2. The remains of both machines were retrieved and Unit 2 was rebuilt into the [[F90II Gundam F90II]].
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After the battle, the remains of both Gundam F90 units were recovered. Unit 1 was eventually restored and deployed in further combat, while the OMS-90R Gundam F90 was modified into the [[F90II Gundam F90II]]. As for Unit 3, it was said to serve as the basis for the [[F90III-Y Cluster Gundam]]. Continuation of the Formula Project resulted in the SNRI's creation of the more advanced and powerful [[F91 Gundam F91]].
 
SNRI continued their Formula Project, which resulted in the creation of the more advanced and powerful [[F91 Gundam F91]].
 
   
 
==Variants==
 
==Variants==
 
*[[F90A Gundam F90 Assault Type]]
 
*[[F90A Gundam F90 Assault Type]]
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*[[F90B Gundam F90 Bombard Type]]
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*[[F90C Gundam F90 Cold Type]]
 
*[[F90D Gundam F90 Destroid Type]]
 
*[[F90D Gundam F90 Destroid Type]]
*[[F90E Gundam F90 Reconnaissance Type]]
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*[[F90E Gundam F90 Electronic Type]]
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*[[F90F Gundam F90 Fight Type]]
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*[[F90G Gundam F90 Guards Type]]
 
*[[F90H Gundam F90 Hover Type]]
 
*[[F90H Gundam F90 Hover Type]]
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*[[F90I Gundam F90 Intercept Type]]
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*[[F90J Gundam F90 Jacket Type]]
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*[[F90K Gundam F90 Keep Type]]
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*[[F90L Gundam F90 Long Range Type]]
 
*[[F90M Gundam F90 Marine Type]]
 
*[[F90M Gundam F90 Marine Type]]
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*[[F90N Gundam F90 N Type]]
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*[[F90O Gundam F90 Officer Type]]
 
*[[F90P Gundam F90 Plunge Type]]
 
*[[F90P Gundam F90 Plunge Type]]
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*[[F90Q Gundam F90 Quick Type]]
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*[[F90R Gundam F90 Reconnaissance Type]]
 
*[[F90S Gundam F90 Support Type]]
 
*[[F90S Gundam F90 Support Type]]
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*[[F90T Gundam F90 Tracer Type]]
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*[[F90U Gundam F90 Up-Lift Type]]
 
*[[F90V Gundam F90 VSBR Type]]
 
*[[F90V Gundam F90 VSBR Type]]
*[[F90II Gundam F90II]]
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*[[F90W Gundam F90 Warbird Type]]
**[[F90II-I Gundam F90II Intercept Type]]
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*[[F90X Gundam F90 Xtra Type]]
**[[F90II-L Gundam F90II Long Range Type]]
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*[[F90Y Gundam F90 Youngstar Type]]
*[[F90III-Y Cluster Gundam]]
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*[[F90Z Gundam F90 Zero Type]]
**[[F90Y改 Cluster Gundam Kai Prototype]]
 
 
*[[OMS-90R Gundam F90]]
 
*[[OMS-90R Gundam F90]]
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*[[F90III-Y Cluster Gundam]]
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
 
<gallery hideaddbutton="true">
 
<gallery hideaddbutton="true">
F90 Gundam F90 Lineart.jpg|F90 Gundam F90 Lineart
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F90-verka.jpg|Gundam Fix Figuration (GFF) ver.: front
F90-verka.jpg|Gundam Fix Figuration (GFF) ver.: front view
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F90-gff-rear.jpg|GFF ver.: rear
F90-gff-rear.jpg|GFF ver.: rear view
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F90 1.jpg|Illustraion from Model Graphix
F90 1.jpg|Gundam F90: illustraion from Model Graphix
 
 
f90-cockpit.jpg|Cockpit
 
f90-cockpit.jpg|Cockpit
 
F90-beamrifle.jpg|Beam Rifle
 
F90-beamrifle.jpg|Beam Rifle
 
F90-shield.jpg|Shield
 
F90-shield.jpg|Shield
f5fee7d7.JPG|Gundam F90 as featured in Gundam War card game
 
 
A D S.jpg|Gundam F90 (A.D.S. Combination) as featured in Gundam War card game
 
A D S.jpg|Gundam F90 (A.D.S. Combination) as featured in Gundam War card game
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Diorama Front 3rd f90 Gundam.jpg|F90 Unit 2 in Gundam Diorama Front 3rd
 
F-90-ffg-girl.jpg|Gundam F90 [[MS Girl]]
 
F-90-ffg-girl.jpg|Gundam F90 [[MS Girl]]
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
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===Manga===
 
===Manga===
 
<gallery hideaddbutton="true">
 
<gallery hideaddbutton="true">
f90.jpg|Gundam F90: cover art by by Rei Nakahara
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Gundam_F90_manga_cover.jpg|Cover art by by Rei Nakahara
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F90_Chapter_1.png
 
F90 .jpg|Gundam F90 (A.D.S. Combination)
 
F90 .jpg|Gundam F90 (A.D.S. Combination)
Like 0079.jpg|Gundam F90 in classic "Last Shooting" pose, [[RX-78-2 Gundam|RX-78-2]] style
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Like 0079.jpg|In classic "Last Shooting" pose, [[RX-78-2 Gundam|RX-78-2]] style
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
   
 
==[[Gunpla]]==
 
==[[Gunpla]]==
 
<gallery hideaddbutton="true">
 
<gallery hideaddbutton="true">
F90Gunpla.jpg|1/100 [[1/100 Gundam F90 Model Series|Original]] F90 Gundam F90 (1990): box art
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F90Gunpla.jpg|[[1/100 Gundam F90 Model Series|Original]] 1/100 F90 Gundam F90 A/D/S-Type (1990): box art
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MG Gundam F90.jpg|[[Master Grade|MG]] 1/100 F90 Gundam F90 (P-Bandai exclusive; 2019): box art
 
BB Senshi 096.jpg|[[SD Gundam BB Senshi|SDBB]] F90 Gundam F90 (1992): box art
 
BB Senshi 096.jpg|[[SD Gundam BB Senshi|SDBB]] F90 Gundam F90 (1992): box art
 
SDGG-22-GundamF90-APV.jpg|[[SD Gundam G Generation Model Series|SDGG]] F90 Gundam F90 (A/P/V Type) (1999): box art
 
SDGG-22-GundamF90-APV.jpg|[[SD Gundam G Generation Model Series|SDGG]] F90 Gundam F90 (A/P/V Type) (1999): box art
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==References==
 
==References==
 
<gallery hideaddbutton=true>
 
<gallery hideaddbutton=true>
F90 Gundam Formula 90 - Specifications and Design.jpg|Gundam F90: design and specifications
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F90 Gundam F90 Lineart.jpg|Lineart and Profile
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F90 data file.png|Design and specifications
 
GFF - F90 - Gundam Formula F90.jpg|Gundam F90 (GFF): specifications
 
GFF - F90 - Gundam Formula F90.jpg|Gundam F90 (GFF): specifications
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
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==External links==
 
==External links==
 
*[http://www.mahq.net/mecha/gundam/f90/f90.htm F90 Gundam F90 on MAHQ.net]
 
*[http://www.mahq.net/mecha/gundam/f90/f90.htm F90 Gundam F90 on MAHQ.net]
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*[https://p-bandai.jp/hobby/f90project F90 A to Z PROJECT] (P-Bandai)
   
 
{{F90-Mecha}}
 
{{F90-Mecha}}

Latest revision as of 00:12, July 17, 2020

The F90 Gundam F90 ("F90" standing for "Formula 90") is a mobile suit from the Mobile Suit Gundam F90 manga.

Technology & Combat CharacteristicsEdit

The Gundam F90 is a prototype unit developed by the Strategic Naval Research Institute under the "Formula Project", a plan to create small mobile suit. Standing at only 14.8 meters compared to the 18 meters tall RX-78-2 Gundam, the Gundam F90's downsizing was achieved through the use of micro-honeycomb structure obtained from Yashima Heavy Industries, enabling its armor and movable frame to be made lighter. It also has a downsized reactor, but its output is 1.5 times that of existing mobile suits. With a total of 51 attitude control thrusters placed throughout its body, the Gundam F90 is also highly mobile and maneuverable. A total of three Gundam F90 units are built, they are known as Unit 1 to Unit 3.

The Gundam F90's most prominent feature is its adaptation of the Mission Packs. These dedicated optional equipment can be attached across the 11 hardpoints placed through out the Gundam F90's body, allowing the mobile suit to take on a variety of mission. They can also be exchanged when needed, granting the Gundam F90 extremely high versatility. 5 of the 26 planned Mission Packs were roll out alongside the mobile suit: A, D, S, M and H. To control the Mission Packs, pseudo-personality computers were installed. Unit 1 has the Type-A.R., while Unit 2 has the Type-C.A. The Gundam F90's standard armament consist of two vulcan guns, a beam rifle, two beam sabers, and a shield.

ArmamentsEdit

  • 60mm Vulcan Gun
A pair of shell-firing vulcan guns are mounted on the sides of the F90's head. They are primarily for intercepting enemy missiles/units, warning shots and to destroy thinly armored units.
  • Beam Saber
The beam saber is the standard close-combat weapon of many mobile suits, it emits a blade of plasma contained by an I-field that can cut through most physical armor not treated to resist it. The beam saber is powered by a rechargeable energy capacitor, and the F90 has two beam sabers stored on the backpack. They are removed when equipping certain Mission Packs.
  • Beam Rifle
The beam rifle is the standard ranged weapon of most mobile suits, it fires a compressed mega particle beam which can penetrate most physical armor not treated to resist it. The F90's beam rifle is powered by a replaceable E-pack located at the weapon's rear. Spare E-packs can be carried on the side skirt's hardpoints, and the beam rifle itself can be stored on the rear skirt's weapon rack.
  • Shield
A piece of equipment that increases the Gundam F90's defensive capability, it is mounted on the left forearm and/or handheld. The Gundam F90's shield is strong and light due to the use of new materials, and two spare E-packs for the beam rifle can be stored on the back.

Special Equipment & FeaturesEdit

  • Hardpoints
The F90 has 11 hardpoints for mounting the Mission Packs, sets of optional equipment and armaments, to meet specific needs or combat situations. The locations of these hardpoints are: two on top of the shoulder armor, one on the backpack, two on the sides of the forearms, two on the front skirt armor, two on the side skirt armor, and two on the sides of the legs. These hardpoints are covered when not in use. The attached Mission Packs can be exchanged, making the F90 extremely versatile. There are potentially as many as 26 Mission Packs. The hardpoints can also be used for mounting spare E-packs of the Beam Rifle or other ranged beam weaponry.
  • Weapon Rack
The F90 has a weapon rack on its rear skirt armor for storing external weapons such as the Beam Rifle.
  • Type-A.R. Pseudo-Personality Computer
Installed on the Unit 1, it not only assist with control of the Mission Packs, but can also predict the enemy's movements. It is said to be programmed with the pseudo-personality of Amuro Ray.
  • Type-C.A. Pseudo-Personality Computer
Installed on the Unit 2, it not only assist with control of the Mission Packs, but also improves the mobile suit's mobility. This causes the Unit 2 to be 3 times faster than existing mobile suit. It is said to be programmed with the pseudo-personality of Char Aznable.

HistoryEdit

Following the Neo-Zeon wars, a time of relative peace began for the Earth sphere, without any major spacenoid uprising. Nevertheless, the Earth Federation Forces decided to maintain their military strength by creating newer mobile suits, designed for this new age. Although Anaheim Electronics had a virtual monopoly for several decades when it came to mobile suit production, the EFF created its own in-house development thinktank, which was called the Strategic Naval Research Institute (SNRI). This organization was tasked with the duty to create new scaled-down mobile suits, which were not only smaller and lighter but also mounted the newest weaponry and technology to cope with different combat situations and missions. This eventually led SNRI to initiate the "Formula Project", which resulted in the creation of the F90 Gundam F90.

Three Gundam F90 units were built, with Unit 1 and 2 assigned to the EFF's 13th Experimental Squadron for testing. During testing, a remnant Zeon force calling themselves the "Oldsmobile Army" appeared and stole Unit 2. Unit 2 was then brought back to their martian base and reconfigured into the OMS-90R Gundam F90. The Earth Federation reassigned the 13th Experimental Squadron, along with Unit 1, as the 13th Autonomous Fleet and sent them to Mars to destroy the Oldsmobile Army. On the surface of Mars, Unit 1 battled Oldsmobile Army's mobile suits around Olympus Mons using equipment from several of its Mission Packs, primarily the Assault, Destroid, and Support packs. Later, in the enemy base within Mount Olympus, Unit 1/Def Stallion engaged the OMS-90R Gundam F90 piloted by Bosch. Both units were heavily damaged and in a final move reminiscent of the final battle between the RX-78-2 Gundam and the MSN-02 Zeong, Unit 1 emerged victorious.

After the battle, the remains of both Gundam F90 units were recovered. Unit 1 was eventually restored and deployed in further combat, while the OMS-90R Gundam F90 was modified into the F90II Gundam F90II. As for Unit 3, it was said to serve as the basis for the F90III-Y Cluster Gundam. Continuation of the Formula Project resulted in the SNRI's creation of the more advanced and powerful F91 Gundam F91.

VariantsEdit

GalleryEdit

MangaEdit

GunplaEdit

Action FiguresEdit

Notes and TriviaEdit

  • A crudely edited version of the Gundam F90 makes several cameo appearances in the American comedy movie "Grandma's Boy" in posters for "Gay Robot", a fictional video game made by Brainasium, where the majority of the film's characters are employed. Gay Robot itself is actually a character created by comedian Nick Swardson, who was one of the writers of the movie.

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Mobile Suit Gundam F90 Mechanics
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Earth Federation
Mobile Weapon
Mobile Suit
AMS-119S Geara Doga Kai Sid Amber Type | F70 Cannon Gundam | F90 Gundam F90 | F90A Gundam F90 Assault Type | F90D Gundam F90 Destroid Type | F90E Gundam F90 Electronic Type | F90H Gundam F90 Hover Type | F90M Gundam F90 Marine Type | F90P Gundam F90 Plunge Type | F90S Gundam F90 Support Type | F90V Gundam F90 VSBR Type | F90II Gundam F90II | F90II-I Gundam F90II Intercept Type | F90II-L Gundam F90II Long Range Type | RGM-89J Jegan Normal Type | RGM-89ST-2 ST-Gun

Transporter / Supply Ship
Jupitris-class
Cruiser / Mother Ship
Irish-class | Ra Cailum-class
Mars Zeon
Mobile Weapon
Mobile Suit
MS-06F Zaku II | MS-07B Gouf | MS-09R Rick Dom | OMS-06RF RF Zaku | OMS-07RF RF Gouf | OMS-09DRF RF Desert Dom | OMS-09RF RF Dom | OMS-14RF RF Gelgoog | OMS-14SRF RF Gelgoog Charles Rochester Type | OMS-15RF RF Gyan | OMS-90R Gundam F90 | OMSM-07RF RF Z'Gok
Mobile Armour
OMAX-01 Grand Zam | OMAX-03RF RF Adzam

Aircraft / Spacecraft
Dodai Kai
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