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Pendulum

Tesla Flier added 2 weeks ago

my adaption of the classic tesla slicer. i found that a lot of slicers on the crf were either too slow or wayyyy too fast at turning which made it hard to connect with a target. so i got to testing new designs and this is what i came up with. on the back is a pendulum with thrusters on it which helps it to be fast when turning but also not over turn.so no need for cam controls. its also been corforced so its a bit harder for the enemies to kill you when spotted and has a blink to get away from situations.

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Ratings 7.0 practical and 6.0 creative0

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