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The Flame Flyer is a kart that appears in the Mario Kart series. It is styled after a 1970's Plymouth Barracuda, with three exhaust pipes sticking out on both sides of the vehicle and a supercharger engine sticking out of the hood. It also has flame accents. It is often associated with Bowser.

In the Mario Kart series

In Mario Kart Wii

Bowser's Flame Flyer in Mario Kart Wii, colored dark green with yellow flames.

The Flame Flyer debuted in Mario Kart Wii, as a Large-sized kart. It is available from the start. It has great speed and weight, as well as good drift and mini-turbo capabilities, but suffers from poor acceleration and handling, followed by low off-road stats.

The Flame Flyer has the worst acceleration of any kart in the game, but if Waluigi or the large Mii's use the Flame Flyer, its acceleration will be tied with the Flame Runner.

Its bike counterpart is the Flame Runner.

In Mario Kart Tour

Bowser in the Flame Flyer racing with Mario and Luigi on 3DS Rock Rock Mountain in Mario Kart Tour.

The Flame Flyer appears in Mario Kart Tour , where it is classified Super kart. It can be obtained through ruby pulls and purchasing from the item shop. Unlike in Mario Kart Wii, the Flame Flyer can be used by any character, rather than being only restricted to heavyweights, and only uses Bowser's color scheme. The Flame Flyer uses the Off-Road tires from Mario Kart 8 and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe.


Flame Flyer
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Class Large
Speed 62
Weight 59
Acceleration 16
Handling 21
Drift 48
Off-road 18
Mini-turbo 48

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