Images coming soon!
To transform Turbo Board, simply flick the orange switch on the engine and turn the front section 90 degrees. Fit this oversized weapon into either fist and watch either his arm slump down, or the entire toy keel over from the uneven weight distribution.
As mentioned before, this is not a perfectly comic/show accurate representation of Jazz. Jazz featured a lot more black. Also, the head is far too big -- being in proportion of a human, but out of proportion for a Transformer. Also, the articulation really isn't that impressive. Each Action Master features seven points of articulation. And most of these are swivel joints. The hips are attached to these spring loaded ball joints, which are far too tight and make it very difficult to reattach a leg if it comes off. The arms also have a tendency to pop off and are very loose when reattached. This is certainly a far cry from the technology we've become accustomed to since the Beast Wars -- where ball and socket joints have become standard (thus limbs pop back in nicely if they become dettached) and figures feature at least nine points of articulation.