Bandai Hobby - RG 1/144 Hi-? Gundam
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The Hi-ν Gundam also featured a Psycommu system designed by its main pilot and engineer, Amuro Ray. Originally, the system only served as the control mechanism for the Fin Funnels. However, after Londo Bell captured a MSN-03-2 Psycho Doga used by Neo Zeon, the Psycho-Frame technology obtained from it was incorporated into the Hi-ν Gundam, improving its responsiveness via brainwave controls.  Because of Amuro's modifications, the suffix "-ν2" was added to its original model number of RX-93. 
The OVA Model Suit Gunpla Builders Beginning G (2010) features the first animated appearance of the Hi-ν outside of its SD form, where it served as an antagonist and sported a paint job reminiscent of the RX-93 ν Gundam's. It was piloted by Koji Matsumoto. It's worth noting that the GPB version was built using parts from three separate 1/144 HGUC Hi-ν Gundams to use all six fin funnels since each kit only has a pair of fully functional fin funnels. However, the GPB Hi-v kit that was released in real life is a simple recolor and does not match the modifications from the OVA.
The build experience of this kit is pretty streamlined thanks to Bandai's meticulous planning of parts. The instruction manual specifically tells you what runners you will be using in each specific segment so you won't need to a large workspace to layout all of the runners present in the kit. With the amount of plastic and thought put into this thing prepare yourself for hours of fun piecing this together.
Most of the products shown are beingcolored manually, there may be some uneven colorings. Color and form of the product may differ from the actual product and what is seen on screen depending on monitor settings. Some product imagesshown may be in development stage. They may differ from the actual products.Mounted in the head, the pair of shell firing weapons have high rate of fire but little power and can't damage the armor of a mobile suit, though they can damage lightly armored areas such as the sensors. They are ideal for shooting down small, lightly armored targets such as missiles, small vehicles, etc.