F90II Gundam F90II


Model number: F90II
Code name: Gundam F90II
Unit type: mobile suit
Manufacturer: Strategic Naval Research Institute
Operator: Earth Federation Forces
First deployment: UC 0120
Accommodation: pilot only, in panoramic monitor/linear seat cockpit in torso
Dimensions: head height 15.1 meters
Weight: empty 7.7 metric tons; max gross 18.4 metric tons
Armor materials: Gundarium alloy ceramic composite
Powerplant: Minovsky type ultracompact fusion reactor, output rated at 3,880 kW
Propulsion: rocket thrusters: 80,960 kg total (2 x 30,610 kg, 2 x 9,870 kg); vernier thrusters/apogee motors: 60
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, located on rear skirt armor plate; bio-computer system
Fixed armaments: 2 x vulcan gun, mounted in head; 2 x beam saber, stored in recharge racks in backpack, hand-carried in use
Optional fixed armaments: see F90II-I; F90II-L
Optional hand armaments: beam rifle, powered by replaceable e-pac; shield, can be mounted on either forearm hardpoint or stored on backpack hardpoint

Following the Earth Federation Forces’ battle with the Mars Zeon Oldsmobile Army in UC 0120, the remains of the stolen-and-refurbished OMS-90R Gundam F90 Mars Independent Zeon Forces Version were recovered by the EFF and sent back to SNRI to be rebuilt. The mobile suit was reconstructed into the improved Gundam F90II, returning to the hardpoint-laden, optional mission pack versatility of the original F90 Gundam F90. Even in its basic configuration, the F90II still boasted a considerable improvement in terms of reactor power and performance with additional speed and maneuverability. The F90II also served as the first testbed for the revolutionary new bio-computer system, a derivative of the classic psycommu system that relayed tactical data, sensor system input and piloting control advice directly to into the pilot’s brain. This system, which not only allowed a new pilot to more easily adapt to the Gundam F90II, but also made for faster pilot decisiveness and reaction time, was later incorporated into the F91 Gundam F91.

First appearance: Mobile Suit Gundam F90
Original mechanical designer:
Kunio Okawara




Rear view

Gundam F90 Info

Hiroshi Yamaguchi (manga)

Rei Nakahara (manga)

1 volume

Manga Release:
Japan 09.01.1990 – 04.01.1991


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