Maiden Japan Upgrade Kit - Transforms Generations Junkheap and RTS Wreckgar into Ultimate Junkion Figure!

Thanks to Metor Opterations who have shared a large number of images from fan project turned Thrid Party maker Maiden Japan who are working on a mass production of their Junkion upgrade kits for the Transformers Generations Junkheap and or the Transformers Reveal the Shield Wreckgar action figures. This is a near complete makeover with upgrades for most every aspect of the figure to realize all the Junkion goodness. Check out the images after the jump for all the details on the kit.

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The color of the new set of Junkion parts are based on this character seen in the movie. Here is a first look of the prototype set B-1 in the image show above. Set B-1 is set to be released exclusively to two different online store, one for asian market and one for U.S.

Rumor is these will be priced around $65 USD, but we'll have to wait for the final production details to say for sure.

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What do you think of the Maiden Japan Junkion Upgrade kit?
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Votes: 40

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Operation VaccuSuk - 2012-08-11 @ 10:38 am

You know, a top of the line dremmel will only run you fifty bucks. You can customize your own heads/faces with light piping from the existing mold(s). Hell, some can do it with a couple of exacto blades and folded fine grade sand paper. But, to each their own.

Sparkless - 2012-08-10 @ 1:08 pm

So go look at his thread on the 2005 boards. It's been on there for about a year now

Breaker - 2012-08-10 @ 5:34 am

Looks awesome, need to see alt mode pics for sure.

AnimatedPlastic - 2012-08-09 @ 10:03 pm

It's cool that they made this...but seriously....the set cost as much as 8 or 9 figures....I'm glad I have extra ones, but I can't justify spending $65 for this....it's like the $100 armor for the $8 RTS OP G2...... :tfevil

Just look at it like Protector or City Commander, I know that is probably not the best example but it works for me to justify buying one set, since it is not known how it will look in alt mode

I guess if the set comes with 4 heads and a tire you swap out and multiple chestplates...I get your example of City Protector armor...but I feel a better example is the the Iron Army for the PCC figures.....$80 for a $10 figure, but I guess you could also look at the Fansproject Aerial Appendge set that was $50 for a $30 figure set and it made the whole set worth $200.....

Lord_Onslaught - 2012-08-09 @ 6:42 am

It's cool that they made this...but seriously....the set cost as much as 8 or 9 figures....I'm glad I have extra ones, but I can't justify spending $65 for this....it's like the $100 armor for the $8 RTS OP G2...... :tfevil

Just look at it like Protector or City Commander, I know that is probably not the best example but it works for me to justify buying one set, since it is not known how it will look in alt mode

AnimatedPlastic - 2012-08-09 @ 6:39 am

It's cool that they made this...but seriously....the set cost as much as 8 or 9 figures....I'm glad I have extra ones, but I can't justify spending $65 for this....it's like the $100 armor for the $8 RTS OP G2...... :tfevil

Heavyassault360 - 2012-08-08 @ 8:21 pm

Been waiting for news a mass production........

Ive been ready for this!

Lord_Onslaught - 2012-08-08 @ 6:48 pm

Thankfully I have a second Junkheap that I can use, or buy two more from Toys R Us, so I can have all of them sitting on their clone's in altmode

Definitely buying this

Transmitte - 2012-08-08 @ 6:38 pm

I like this but now he technically has a third wheel(the shield) on his left side. I would like to see an alteration that helps park the one on his left arm onto his back or something. He looks lop sided as it is. I like the chest molding and various spike implements though, that really adds to the over all look.

Hellscream85 - 2012-08-08 @ 5:30 pm

Maiden Japan has actually been making these for over a year, check out his Universe Inferno, RTS Grapple, and United Artfire upgrades too when you get a chance.

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