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Toys

The original Japanese release of the Deluxe-sized toy. Transforms from a blue (with blue flames) Dodge Viper GTS to robot.
  • Car Robots Super Speedbreaker (C-025) (2000)
A repaint of Speedbreaker to depict his "supercharged" mode. Colored red with yellow/orange flames which make him look like Rodimus Prime.
  • Car Robots Kabaya Gum Speedbreaker (2000)
The Kabaya Car Robots gum toy series consists of a stick of gum and an easy-to-assemble kit. The completed robot is non-transformable, but is fairly poseable and has translucent plastic parts.
  • Robots in Disguise Side Burn (2001)
The U.S. release of Speedbreaker, only with the addition of an Autobot emblem on the roof.
  • Robots in Disguise Super Side Burn (2001)
The U.S. release of Super Speedbreaker. Oddly enough, while X-Brawn needed to be modified to avoid a lawsuit from Mercedes-Benz, Super Side Burn had the Viper emblem added to the front end, and the packaging had him labeled as a Viper replica under license from DaimlerChrysler.
The Side Burn figure is 12.5 cm long, and a Dodge Viper is 445 cm long. This is a scale of about 1:36. Since he stands 13 cm tall in robot mode, his robot mode would stand 15.4 feet tall
This figure was also remolded as Transformers: Universe Roulette and Shadow Striker.
  • Robots in Disguise Spy Changer Side Burn (2001)
A smaller figure of Side Burn, based on an unreleased Generation 2 Go-Bots car mold. Bundled with Daytonus.
This figure was repainted as Transformers: Universe Spy Changer Autobot Jazz.
  • Universe Deluxe Side Burn (2004)
A gray/red redeco of the Deluxe figure.


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