Sun, 11 Jun 2000 21:24:58 -0700 (PDT)
--- BlazeEagle@aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 6/11/00 1:13:55 AM Eastern
> Daylight Time, email@example.com writes:
> << As for my Zeta MSiA. I think it's overambitious
> with so many articulation points, and it end ups
> quite a lot of loosey parts (back fins, beam rifle's
> e-pac). As the result, it's not as sturdy as the
> older MSiA lines, but for 1200 yen i still think
> MSiA is still quite a treat, considering you get the
> big-ass hyper mega launcher which is taller than the
> MS! I hope the MSiA manufacter should fix these
> defects if they want the upcoming Wing MSiAs to be
> successful, considering so many articulations for
> likes of Wing Zero, Deathscythe Hell and Altron
> Gundam, etc.. >>
> I know what you mean about the Wing MSiA's. I
> hope the articulations will be better affixed to the
> figure as well as solve the pop off limbs problem.
> About the Zeta MSiA, how's the shoulder and hip
> joints? Does it solve the RX-78's pop off arms and
> legs defect/problem? I fixed my RX-78's arms and
> legs, I think, haven't rough handled it to test it
> yet, though.
I don't think the manufacturer took that into account.
For Zeta MSiA, the shoulder joint has the same design
as in RX-78 but it is larger. Its limb cavity is about
the same, so Zeta's arms are relatively more sturdy
I also solved the loosey back fins problem: the 2 bars
that connect the side fins and Zeta's back are
identical, so I change their position and now they are
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