Toy Condition Loose, Complete, Great Condition (some sticker wear from transforming), With Tech Spec
Toy Photos
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Robot Mode Vehicle Mode
Merges with Afterburner, Nosecone, Scattershot, Strafe
Box Art Currently Unavailable
Instructions Currently Unavailable
Tech Spec Image Courtesy of the Hartmans
Tech Spec Data 
 Lightspeed         Function: Data Processor      Group: Technobot
  "Space travel is the only flight to freedom."
    | Stren. | Intel. | Speed | Endur. | Rank | Cour. | Firep. | Skill |
        6        8        5       6        6      8       7        8

    He longs to be reconstructed into an interstellar spacecraft so he
    can explore the vast gulfs of space, feels he's a prisoner of gravity
    in his present form. In jet car mode, goes from 0 to 500mph in 8
    seconds. Cruising speed: 300mph. Has twin infra-red scope missile
    launchers. In robot mode has blinding light-burst gun. Combines with
    fellow Technobots to form Computron.
Toy Review 
Color Scheme:
Red and white with some dark gray and silver accents. Well designed and balanced. No complaints.
Robot Mode:
Eh. He's got the low articulation problem of most of the original line, particularly the small toys. His arms are pudgy, his legs are connected with one big foot unit, and his tiny block head (used in the gestalt formation) is just that. Nothing to write home about.
Vehicle Mode:
Pretty spiffy looking sports car. I don't think it's supposed to look like anything other than a sleek, racey sports car thing. Not really Cybertronian, but definitely futuristic.
Pull out the hood to form the legs/foot, fold back the tail to reveal the head, and rotate the sides forward to become the arms. Simple.
He's ok as a gestalt unit, but kind of lame by himself.