RX-121-1 Gundam TR-1 [Hazel Custom] with Sub-Arm Unit


Model number: RX-121-1
Code name: Gundam TR-1 [Hazel Custom] with Sub-Arm Unit
Unit type:
 prototype mobile suit
Manufacturer: Earth Federation Forces
Operator: Titans
First deployment: January UC 0086
Accommodation: pilot only, in panoramic monitor/linear seat cockpit in torso
Dimensions: overall height 18.1 meters
Weight: empty 41.5 metric tons; max gross 63.0 metric tons
Armor materials: titanium alloy ceramic composite; Luna Titanium alloy
Powerplant: Minovsky type ultracompact fusion reactor, output rated at 1,420 kW (+390 kW)
Propulsion: rocket thrusters: 114,480 kg total (18,000 kg, 2 x 27,000 kg, 2 x 17,500 kg, 4 x 1,870 kg)
Equipment and design features: sensors, range 10,200 meters; movable booster pod; sub-arm unit, mounted on pelvis
Fixed armaments: beam saber, mounted on backpack storage rack, hand-carried in use; shield booster, mounted on arm
Optional fixed armaments: multipurpose launchers
Optional hand armaments: XBR-M84a beam rifle

The multi-weapon latch in the center skirt armor of the RX-121-1 Gundam TR-1 [Hazel Custom] was designed to serve as a multipurpose joint for various option parts used by the Hazel. This sub-arm unit, one of the devices intended to connect to the multi weapon latch, contained secondary arms folded away inside what looked at first glance like extra skirt armor. These sub-arms allowed the Hazel to carry a beam rifle or other weapons even when both its main arms were obstructed by the attachment of shield boosters. The sub-arms could also be used to wield secondary weapons like beam sabers, or to replace energy packs when both main arms are holding weapons. However, the complexity they added to the mobile suit’s fire control meant they required a high degree of pilot skill, so this system was never widely adopted.

Pilot: Wes Murphy
First appearance: Advance of Zeta: The Flag of Titans
Original mechanical designer: Kenki Fujioka


Advance of Zeta Info

Bin Konno

Tatsu Mizuki (manga)

Mechanical Designer:
Kenki Fujioka

Character Designer:
Takuya Saito

6 volumes (novel); 4 volumes (manga)

Novel Release:
Japan 06.10.2003 – 02.15.2008

Manga Release:
Japan 12.15.2003 – 04.26.2007


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