Friday, October 2, 2015

Keeutenk 2065 - Div40 Luxury (Updated)

Type: Luxury, Chassis: Heavy, Suspension: Heavy, Engine: Large (PC & SC) (Pwr 2300, 10dp), Tires: 4 PR Tires (9dp), Crew: Driver (no equip), Weaponry HL front (4D area), RL (10/reg) back (2D, burst) Weighted Accessories: Active Suspension, IFE, Unweighted Accessories: HRTC, HD-antilock brakes, HTM & Overdrive (linked), no-paint windshield, [6 total links], Dischargers: 10 total: 4 oil (FBRL) 6 smoke (2T, 2U, 1R 1L), Defenses: Smoke Dischargers linked to 5 laser reactive webs (F, B, R, L, T; covering tires of those sides as well); 4 bumper triggers (to oil & also linked to that side's weapons); Wheel Armor: 40 total = 2x10 pt WG rear, 2x10 pt WH front, Component Armor:  9 pts LRFP for (a) Power Plant (5 sp.), (b) Driver (2 sp.) (c) HL (2 sp.), (d) RL (2 sp.) Cargo: No space, 2.6 lbs; Vehicle Armor: Sloped Composite (2 LR Metal/138 FP Plastic): F(0/30) B(0/30) R(0/30) L(0/30) T(0/15) U(2/5); HC: 3, Acc. 5 (HTM 10/Overdrive 2.5),  Top Speed 92.5 (67.5/112.5), Cruising: 55.5, DM: 1, Hit Mod: -1, Weight: 6597.4 lbs. Max 6600, Cost: $38,908.50

Design Notes - An update of this rule-breaking obsolete design from 2037 (which I took into combat, BTW):
Luxury, Xtra-Heavy Chassis, Heavy Suspension, Super PP, 4 PR Tires, Driver, 2 linked HL front, 2 linked RL rear, 3 mini-rockets: R, L, B; 80 points component armor (OBSOLETE no space & damage sinks), HRTC, 63 pts Plastic Armor (number in pareth. is effective armor with damage sinks): F 16 (36) B 10 (40) R 15 (25) L 15 (25) T 2 U 5; ; HC: 3, Acc. 5, 6600 lbs., $39,160.00
I couldn't replicate the car for the modern time because of the rules changes, so to acknowledge the zeitgeist of the original, I trimmed the twin weapons to just 1 each but component armored those (which I don't normally do).

Name Notes -  The 'Q' prefix means it has hidden powers; in the case of the original that meant illegal designs. 

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