Practical Robot

極速快感 Need For Speed

Tesla Hover added 3 years ago

Need For Speed is designed to be used as a medic or a plasma hover, with 7 forwarding thrusters it has a max speed of 194MPH which can be reached in 5 seconds and able to pass through most terrains.

Top covered in TX-1 blocks to protect it from bombers, two plates on the sides to add protection to the thrusters, it's tough to kill and can stay afloat with 27% of health left.

with the four hovers and the TX-1 blocks on top it's nearly impossible to flip, even when it did it can easily be flipped back. two pairs of turning thruster help it turn on a dime.

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Robot Statistics
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941
Comments
3
Ratings
14
Practical Rating
8.9
Creative Rating
8.1
Last Updated
3 years ago
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Function rating by moonnight10.0
Creative rating by moonnight8.5
Creative rating by Azure_8.5
Function rating by Azure_9.0
Function rating by _Hatsune_Miku8.0
Creative rating by _Hatsune_Miku8.0
Creative rating by dragon74337.0
Function rating by dragon74339.5
Creative rating by Stoaks8.0
Function rating by Stoaks8.0
Function rating by Manjuel9.5
Creative rating by Manjuel9.0
Function rating by JSU7.0
Creative rating by JSU7.0
Comments and Ratings
Stoaks
3 years ago
I like it! :D

Ratings 8.0 creative and 8.0 practical0
bluewing960
3 years ago
thanks XDDDD
dragon7433
3 years ago
nice build for functionality my friends

Ratings 7.0 creative and 9.5 practical0

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