F90G Gundam F90 G-Type

General and Technical Data

Model number: F90G
Code name: Gundam F90 G-Type
Unit type: defense/escort mobile suit
Manufacturer: Strategic Naval Research Institute
Operator: Earth Federation Forces
Rollout: September UC 0111
Accommodation: pilot only, in panoramic monitor/linear seat cockpit in torso
Dimensions: head height 14.8 meters
Weight: empty 8.9 metric tons; max gross weight unknown
Armor materials: Gundarium alloy ceramic composite
Powerplant: Minovsky type ultracompact fusion reactor, power output rating unknown
Propulsion: rocket thrusters: total output unknown
Equipment and design features: sensors, range unknown; 11 x hardpoint, used for mounting external weapons, armor, and equipment, 1 located on each leg, 1 located on each hip armor plate, 1 located on each front skirt armor plate, 1 located on each forearm, 1 located on each shoulder, 1 located on backpack; weapon mount, used to carry beam rifle or mega beam bazooka, located on rear skirt armor plate; flexible mount latch, mounted on waist; A.R. (Amuro Ray) AI system
Fixed armaments: 2 x vulcan gun, mounted in head; 2 x beam saber, stored in recharge racks in backpack, hand-carried in use; large shield, mounted on left shoulder; multiple beam weapon, can function as sword or rifle, stored on right shoulder hardpoint, hand-carried in use
Optional hand armaments: none

Technical and Historical Notes

One of many F90 Gundam F90 optional armament variations developed by the Earth Federation Forces’ SNRI during the UC 0110s and 0120s, the F90G Gundam F90 G-Type (Guards) was designed for defense/escort duty. The G-Type mounted a large shield on its left shoulder hardpoint that covered the upper body and could protect from attacks coming from multiple angles. Its main armament was a multiple beam weapon (stored on the right shoulder hardpoint) that could be configured as both a beam sword and rifle. Its other armaments included vulcan guns and beam sabers.

Miscellaneous Information

First appearance: F90 A to Z Project
Original mechanical designer:
Kunio Okawara




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