Possibly my last Perfect Choro Q review – I got this from Yahoo Auctions, nearly completing the line.
This toy has one of the coolest designs in the line, being a black and yellow trike. Despite what its name suggests, what it does resembles more like a powerslide.
Another one of the few toys I got from the Hong Kong-based seller on the Evil Bay. I saw a video of this toy in action on Youtube and it seems to have the most flashy gimmick in the line.
This post and my other posts on similar parts have been languishing in draft hell for ages as I slowly collect them. Some of the parts have been impossible to find so I’ll just have to get these posts out even though they may be incomplete. The next half dozen or so parts kits seem to add very little useful functionality to the toys despite appearing to contain more parts. All of them also have totally useless “Armored Modes” which are just reconfigurations of the parts to mount them onto Super Customable cars.
In my Meteor Dragon review I mentioned these toys were limited in terms of customizability. As far as I can tell, here are the parts you can equip on a Cartridge System B-Daman.
The Cartridge Rapid-fire Trigger (Rensya Trigger if you insist on following the Romaji product name) was the greatest draw when I noticed the existence of the Cartridge System line and I had to get it. I decided to separate this post due to the complexity of the gimmick involved.
More add-on parts, this time from the Advanced Tuning (AT) System series. Most of these sets come with at least one runner containing an AT System front bumper, and mounting parts you can stick to normal Choro Q cars using the included double-sided tape. However for some sets you have the option of using some of those parts to make for slightly different configurations.