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XM-06 Dahgi-Iris Custom

(aka Long-Range Reconnaissance Type)

 

xm-06

 

General and Technical Data

 

Model number: XM-06
Code name: Dahgi-Iris Custom (aka Long-Range Reconnaissance Type)
Unit type: reconnaissance mobile suit
Manufacturer: Crossbone Vanguard
Operator: Crossbone Vanguard
First deployment: UC 0123
Accommodation: pilot only, in panoramic monitor/linear seat cockpit in torso
Dimensions: unknown
Weight: unknown
Armor materials: titanium alloy high ceramic composite
Powerplant: Minovsky type ultracompact fusion reactor, power output rating unknown
Propulsion: rocket thrusters: total output unknown; vernier thrusters/apogee motors: unknown
Equipment and design features: sensors, range unknown; additional improved sensor systems on torso and in shoulders
Fixed armaments: 120mm autocannon, mounted on left forearm; 3-barrel diffuse beam cannon, mounted on torso; beam saber, stored in recharge rack in rear waist armor, hand-carried in use
Optional hand armaments: beam rifle, powered by rechargeable energy cap; shield, can be optionally mounted on either forearm

 

Technical and Historical Notes

 

The XM-06 Dahgi-Iris Custom (aka Long-Range Reconnaissance Type) was a modified version of the Crossbone Vanguard's XM-06 Dahgi-Iris. Intended for reconnaissance and electronic warfare missions, the Dahgi-Iris Custom featured the same enhanced sensors as the standard XM-06. The suit was equipped with a propellant tank to extend its cruising range for recon missions. Due to its need to direct surplus energy to its electronic warfare equipment, the suit typically did not carry a beam rifle. Its armaments included a beam saber, shield, 120mm autocannon and a 3-barrel diffuse beam cannon. During the Crossbone Vanguard's war in UC 0123 to establish Cosmo Babylonia, a Dahgi-Iris Custom was assigned to monitor Earth Federation Forces fleet movements near the Moon.

 

Miscellaneous Information

 

Appearances: F91-MSV (Gundam F91 Mobile Suit Variations)
Original mechanical designer: Kunio Okawara

 

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