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Hot Wheels Trick Tracks Bionic Battle Sets
Hot Wheels Trick Tracks Bionic Battle Sets
Hot Wheels Trick Tracks Bionic Bash
Let the robot uprising begin! The Trick Tracks Bionic Battle features a chain reaction of movements never before seen in Hot Wheels® history. The action begins when the robot hits half of the garage and then the other with his “iron” fist – sending cars flying everywhere! As the robot stands triumphantly, thinking he's defeated the enemy, a radar dish slowly and dramatically starts to rise. Suddenly, BAM! A Hot Wheels® car shoots at the robot and splits him in half! The robot is defeated and the Hot Wheels® car races to freedom.
Includes 1 vehicle
Not for use with some Hot Wheels® vehicles.
Recommended Ages: 4 years & up

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FM3 Evo vs. STi
FM3 Evo vs. STi
Furious Turbo 4s 2006 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX MR 2008 Subaru Impreza WRX STi 2009 Mazda Mazdaspeed3 Think Autobots versus Decepticons is the biggest battle of archenemies? Mitsubishi’s Lancer Evolution and Subaru’s WRX STi have been dueling for decades on the World Rally Championship circuit and more recently on the street and time attack course. The 2006 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX MR represents the ultimate iteration of the Diamond Star gang’s awe-inspiring 4G63 engine. This rock solid Turbo 4 propelled Finnish driver Turbo Tommi Makinen to four consecutive WRC championships from 1996 to ‘99. In the Evo IX the 4G63 is rated at it highest output ever, 286 horsepower, and Forza Motorsport 3 tuners will find it one of the most willing boost-up partners. Yes, 143 horsepower per liter is merely the starting line. In the opposite corner we have another rally-bred beast in the 2008 Subaru Impreza WRX STi. Colin McRae (1995), Richard Burns (2001) and Petter Solberg (2003) all power-slid race-prepped WRX STi’s to the WRC driver’s championship. The road-going 2008 STi is motivated by a turbocharged 2.5-liter EJ25 boxer four engine with 300 horses in the corral. So the STi comes out swinging with a power advantage and aggressively broad shoulders that will tempt livery-painters as much as tuners. Getting the most out of this dynamic duo will be truly exhilarating as each vehicle sports a tenacious all-wheel drive system for maximum grip. Forza 3’s advanced physics modeling allows drivers to surgically control four-wheel drifts over every nuance of the racing surface, or master the subtlety to shave vital tenths off your lap times. Once you get dialed into one of these slip-angle masters, few other production cars, even purported “supercars,” will be able to touch you. A boisterous upstart unwilling to cave into the substantial motorsports pedigrees of the Evo and STi, the 2009 Mazda Mazdaspeed3 follows the Turbo 4 formula but lacks an all-wheel drive powertrain. Playing the “if you don’t have torque steer you’re not making enough power” card, the MS3 coerces 263 horsepower through its front wheels. Can a front drive take on these all-wheel giants? Do you have the driving skill to out-duel other players in this hard-charging underdog? This Mazda won’t disappoint. B-Segment Buzz Bombs 2008 Toyota Yaris S 2009 Honda Fit Sport 2009 Nissan Versa SL In a world where sporting two liters is like rolling with a big block, only dogged determination and pure tuning talent will win the day. With powerplants that scream like a banshee at full song, the 2008 Toyota Yaris S, 2009 Honda Fit Sport, 2009 Nissan Versa SL offer a unique racing experience for Forza 3 players. There is something “so wrong it’s right” about taking cars envisioned from conception as sedate urban people movers and transforming them into competitive racing machines. The extensive upgrades sandbox of Forza 3, its Livery Editor, Auction House and deep tuning garage make it possible to transform these tame sub-compacts into potential Ferrari-killers. At a “whopping” 122 horsepower, the Versa SL is the bully of these B-segment econoboxes. The Fit Sport is next in the pecking order at 117 ponies followed by the 90-pound weakling that is the 106-horsepower Yaris S. The Japanese tuning market has embraced this sub-compact segment in a big way and now you can add your own JDM flair to the proceedings. Never mind the starting point, get it right and these lightweight and supremely tossable shoeboxes can make for some of the most entertaining hot laps in Forza 3. Upscale Style Seekers 2010 Nissan 370Z 2008 Infiniti G37 Coupe Sport 2009 Lexus IS-F This grouping of Forza 3 car roster combatants have an added degree of class and swagger, featuring some of the most sensuous body lines on the road today. No forced induction, all-wheel drive or feather-light chassis here, these brutes use displacement and rear-wheel drive to get the job done. The 2010 Nissan 370Z and 2008 Infiniti G37 Coupe Sport share the same stout VQ37HR V6 powerplant and running gear. Dropping a turbo kit under the hood is like opening a can of 500-horsepower whoop-ass. The Z is an accomplished racer in JGTC/Super GT competition in both GT300 and GT500 classes so expect mods aplenty for aspiring Forza 3 tuners. A surprisingly serious performance machine, the 2009 Lexus IS-F has a two-cylinder advantage over its Nissan/Infiniti rivals. This translates in to an 86-horse inferiority complex for the 330-horsepower G37 (84 for the 332-hp Z) as the Lexus’ quad-cammed, 5.0-liter V8 puts an intense 416 horsepower at your fingertips. With Forza 3’s new cockpit view, Lexus’ benchmark luxury translates into a classy ride for IS-F owners in the game. With meticulous interior detail for each of our 400-plus cars in Forza 3, fans of high-end sedans can expect to enjoy the fine touch of leather in every stitch. Iconic JDM Racers #23 Xanavi Nismo Nissan GT-R #12 Calsonic Impul Nissan GT-R #3
Liam, the "snowmaker"!
Liam, the "snowmaker"!
It was too good to be true...Liam was playing quietly in his room, or so we thought. He rumaged through the drawers and decided to make it "snow" on his Hot Wheels Trick Tracks. It was everywhere...his hair, clothes, floor, toys, rocking chair, dresser and bed. Needless to say we didn't stay mad for long...we were laughing at how sweet he was about explaining what he did.

trick track hot wheels
trick track hot wheels
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