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[[Image:Wonder_wasp.jpg|right|thumb|200px|Wonder Wasp]]
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The Wonder Wasp originated as a hobby project that was intended for recreational use. However, when [[Jody Summer]] began racing, John Tanaka applied heavy modifications to the machine to make it fit for the races. Although it being a homemade machine has brought doubts, he was very thorough about what parts he used. The result is a small lightweight machine capable of powerful boosts (thus, it should stay away from other racers).
 
The Wonder Wasp originated as a hobby project that was intended for recreational use. However, when [[Jody Summer]] began racing, John Tanaka applied heavy modifications to the machine to make it fit for the races. Although it being a homemade machine has brought doubts, he was very thorough about what parts he used. The result is a small lightweight machine capable of powerful boosts (thus, it should stay away from other racers).
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* Boost: A
 
* Boost: A
 
* Grip: D
 
* Grip: D
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==Trivia==
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*The concept art of the Wonder Wasp in F-Zero X has the number 08 instead of the number 26.
 
[[Category:Vehicles]]
 
[[Category:Vehicles]]
 
[[Category:Machines introduced in F-Zero X]]
 
[[Category:Machines introduced in F-Zero X]]

Latest revision as of 15:07, July 29, 2020

John Tanaka GX-AX Icon Pilot Quotes Machine Wonder Wasp GX-AX Icon


The Wonder Wasp originated as a hobby project that was intended for recreational use. However, when Jody Summer began racing, John Tanaka applied heavy modifications to the machine to make it fit for the races. Although it being a homemade machine has brought doubts, he was very thorough about what parts he used. The result is a small lightweight machine capable of powerful boosts (thus, it should stay away from other racers).


  • Number: 26
  • Creator: John Tanaka
  • Engine: FGS-EO49Mx2
  • Weight: 900 kg
  • Body: D
  • Boost: A
  • Grip: D

TriviaEdit

  • The concept art of the Wonder Wasp in F-Zero X has the number 08 instead of the number 26.
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