This article is about Trypticon's barely-existent companion/necktie. For Trypticon's assistant who got the personality instead of the toy, see Wipe-Out.

Full-Tilt is a Decepticon from the Generation 1 continuity family.

Poor bastard exists just too much to get into "Things that don't exist."

dear anyone who ever had a Trypticon toy as a kid,

    Do you remember the skidz sized car that clipped onto Trypticon's front when he was a dinasaur? I didn't think so you heartless bastards.
    his name was Full-Tilt and he transformed into a small, purple all terrain car that could be launched from Trypticons little tower thing that comes out of the road in the middle of him.
    He was great, i loved the little guy.

Entry tags: g1, trypticon, purple car, robot love
Current mood: buttery

----Starscreams ghost 08:45, 27 June 2007 (UTC)


Cartoon continuity

It's just cold outside, alright? Leave the poor guy alone.

He's Trypticon's man-boobs (dino-boobs?). He's also a door. Call of the Primitives

His robot mode is never seen (if he even has one), and in fact no reference is ever made to him.

The Transformers: Call of the Future

For the love of god, if you have a copy of this game and can tell us exactly WTF Full-Tilt actually *does* in it, we are frickin' dying to know.

Full-Tilt was in this game. Like, he had a voice actor, and a little bit of character time. ...we don't know what they were...

He is unlocked after defeating Springer a second time in the Decepticon storyline.

Marvel comics continuity

Like the cartoon, Full-Tilt is only seen as Trypticon's breastplate. His functional nonexistence is reinforced by his omission from Trypticon's Transformers Universe entry. Moreover, his potential role as Trypticon's helper is filled by Wipe-Out.

The Transformers manga

Back in the bottle wit' ye, o' wicked woman!

In the year 2010, Ultra Magnus figured it would be really cool to show a bunch of human children around Autobot City. The children were having a grand ole time until Galvatron arrived with Trypticon in tow.

To meet the threat of Trypticon, Magnus transformed Autobot City into Metroplex, who was quickly injured by Trypticon's Dual Plasma Cannons. Magnus then ordered Scamper into the fray, but Scamper was immediately defeated once Galvatron launched Full-Tilt from Trypticon's chest. Full-Tilt, apparently very overconfident, threatened to make scrap out of everyone.

As Trypticon continued to pound the oil out of Metroplex, Ultra Magnus ordered another City Warrior into action, Six-Gun! Before Full-Tilt could administer the final blow with Brunt, Six-Gun took him by surprise...punching him in the face. (Six-Gun apparently prefers melee combat despite being made entirely out of guns.) Six-Gun then took control of Brunt and blasted Trypticon in the chest, injuring him enough to force Galvatron to call a retreat.

The children rejoiced. The Transformers issue 3

Dreamwave comics continuity

Full-Tilt finally exists, with a robot mode and everything! But only as one of the two "battlefield drones" that Trypticon controls (the other being Brunt the tank). More Than Meets The Eye #7



Generation 1

  • Trypticon (Decepticon City, 1986/1987)
    • Japanese ID number: D-63
    • Accessories: Double-barreled pistol
Full-Tilt transforms into a car or Trypticon's bra. He can be launched from Trypticon while he is in city mode. His little teeny double-barreled gun is one of the most commonly lost accessories in Transformerdom.
This mold was also used to make Gigascouter.

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