The SB-913V Side Basshar is Chi's support mecha, & can transform into either a sidecar-type motorcycle (Vehicle Mode) or a bipedal walker-type battle Mech (Battle Mode). Neither form offers any significant protection to the driver.
Like the Auto Vajin, the Side Basher also has limited A.I. & is programmed to help & protect the user of the Chi Gear. On a side note, Side Basshar's A.I. seems less advanced than Auto Vajin's, as the occasions where it is seen acting on its own are rare. The Side Basshar is the only Rider support vehicle that survived throughout the series. Its ultimate fate in this case is unknown however, although it's supposed that it was mass produced for Omicron use.
- Height: 1.17m
- Length: 2.37m
- Width: 1.96m
- MPH: 360km/h
The main form of the Side Basshar is a sidecar-attached motorcycle as the name suggest. It rarely leaves this form during the entire series. In this form, it can travel through rough terrain safely & its light can shine up to 50 meters ahead & make the roads as clear as it is in the daylight. The side car can be detached from the motorcycle & move on its own. The tires are made of Sol Rubber (a stronger version of Sol Foam) & the main chassis & plating are made from a similar substance to that of the Kamen Rider Gears.
- Height: 2.45m
- Length: 2.37m
- Width: 1.65m
- Weight: 425kg
- Mph: 120km/h
While saying "BATTLE MODE", the Side Basshar transforms into a walker-type battle Mecha. The sidecar becomes the unit's legs, while the vehicle's wheels transform into arm-like appendages. The fork becomes the right arm; sporting the four-barreled Photon Vulcan, & the double pincered Heat Point capable of generating temperatures up to 2000°C during grappling attacks. The Swing arm becomes the left arm with the exhaust pipes becoming the X-zap Buster that can fire 6 Smart Brain multistage sidewinder mini-missiles, that in turn split into a further 8 micro-missiles (48 in total) with a range of 2400 meters. Despite the transformation of the forks, the handlebars remain connected to the main frame & become the mecha's main controls.
Though surprisingly fast & mobile for a machine of its size & shape (it is seen jumping up onto a motorway overpass & leaping over an incoming missile barrage), the Side Basshar lacks maneuverability in Battle Mode. It has difficulty tracking more agile targets, & can only attack targets that are in front of it; weaknesses that were exploited by knowledgeable opponents (such as Nathan Yap).
- Side Basshar is the only rider machine that has a sidecar attached to it.
- SB-913V Side Basshar - counterpart at Kamen Rider Wiki