- Economy Option - Subcompact, Xhvy Ch., Hvy. Sus., Small PP (PC & SC), 4 PR Tires, Driver; VMG (10/reg) front, 8 foam dischargers, 2 smoke/oil dischargers, 40 pts WG/WH, 70 pts Plastic Armor: F 15 B 15 R 15 L 30 T 7 U 3 HC 4, Acc. 5, Top 90, Pwr 920, 2760 lbs., $6,220.00
- Div5 Option - Subcompact, Heavy Ch., Imp. Sus., Small PP (PC & SC), 4 HD Tires, Driver; VMG (10/reg) front, 56 pts Composite Armor (2 Metal/54 Plastic): F 2/10 BRL 0/10 TU 0/7 HC 3, Acc. 5, Top 95, Pwr 920, 2530 lbs., $4,999.00
Design Notes - Ya know, I like the Div5 the best. This was in my draft box dated Sept 5, 2010. I think it was a design experiment for a subcompact with a VMG. Vans like subcompacts tempt you to use C/A but it's best to resist. I wonder if we should redo the rules on subs like I want for vans (because this is a sign of how flawed the rules are on this).
One idea, I'm wondering if we should allow cycle engines for subcompacts?
Name Notes - Tarqeq is a moon of Saturn, named after an Inuit moon god. Well, at least it's a moon, eh Tarqeq?