Friday, October 2, 2015

Q-Naught 2065 - Div40 Station Wagon (Updated)

Type: Station Wagon,, Chassis: Xtra-Heavy, Suspension: Heavy, Engine: Large (SC) (Pwr 2200, 10dp), Tires: 4 PR Tires (9dp), Crew: Driver (no equip), Weaponry:  2 linked HL front, Weighted Accessories: nil, Unweighted Accessories: HRSWC, HD-antilock brakes, HTM, [6 total links], Dischargers: 10 dischargers: 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: 20 pts total (usu. 2x10 pt WG rear), Component Armor:  front HLs, 9 pts LRFP over 6 spaces, Cargo: No space, 1.2 lbs,. no weight, 130 pts Plastic Armor: F(30) B(30) R(30) L(30) T(5) U(5), HC: 3, Acc. 5 (HTM 10),  Top Speed 90 (67.5), Cruising: 54, DM: 1, Hit Mod: 0, Weight: 6598.8 lbs. Max 6600, Cost: $39,875.00

Design Notes -  An update of this obsolete design:
Station Wagon, Xtra-Heavy Chassis, Heavy Suspension, Super PP, 4 PR Tires, Driver, 2 linked HL front, 10 pts of component armor each (OBSOLETE), SWC, 131 pts Plastic Armor: F 30 B 20 R 25 L 25 T 13 U 18; HC: 3, Acc. 5, 6600 lbs., $33,870.00
In remodeling it, I see that the numbers are off, mainly because of the component armor issue; this is 80 lbs overweight, and1 space too big.  Maybe I put the CA in the cargo space, and that's why I used a wagon instead of a luxury?  [Actually, in redoing it, I see it's in order to allow the HLs to fit with CA via the 1/3 rule!]

In any case, I kept the body type in order to be faithful to the updating, and I got the extra space with the Large PP trick.

Name Notes - See the original

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