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Hello, I found your edit to the Splitwire page to be very intriguing, I was unaware of this varation of the car and that it was ever sold in china, do you remember anything more about the 7-pack you mentioned it came in? Nobody I know in the Battle Force 5 community has heard of a 7-pack before or seen this splitwire varation. If you have a Discord or other way to contact you, I'd like to talk about other Battle Force 5 cars and their distribution in China. Thanks for sharing this information with the community! MazdaL10B (talk) 11:25, April 12, 2020 (UTC)
Hello. I know I'm not the first to contact you but I read your post on the battle force 5 7-pack and I would like to ask if you have any pictures of the listing that came with Zendrill? I would also like to ask if it had any packaging or was it just loose with the accesory. Please respond when you can, thank you.Natr02 (talk) 01:18, April 24, 2020 (UTC)
You said Zendrill might've had 2 accesories. This is wrong because both Zelix and Zenter only came with 1 accesory each so I do believe Zendrill would have had the same case. Thank you for responding though and putting this information online.
Synthtrax and Synataur
Nethier of those had 1:64 releases, i know Sythtrax was done by Kevin Cao, he posted it on his instagram, he may have done Synataur to, but thats just a guess. Also Cao said he did every Sark vehicle, has for the pics of Synataur and Synthrax I believe those are both resin, unlike Grindstone that actually was shown at a toy fair. MazdaL10B (talk) 03:48, April 26, 2020 (UTC)
The only Synthtrax toy they made was a McDonald's Happy Meal toy from 2011, in which I do have. It comes with a battle key launcher and the front and the back of the car can be taken apart and can connect with other Battle Force 5 Fused Happy Meal toys, in which I do all have. Combatbot2015 (talk) 03:56, April 26, 2020 (UTC)
Correction: Both Synataur and Sythrax were at the toy fair , im not sure if they are resin, unless they are like Zendrill and just never offically left the factory, I dont think they really exist anymore. MazdaL10B (talk) 04:12, April 26, 2020 (UTC)