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BRI-Po51 Eleanor

Medic Hover added 3 years ago

Hello y'all, BR here again.^^

So right now on the forums there is this idea going around of using the upcoming HUB feature to host Star-wars-style podraces. Quite a few people are already designing and building some pretty sweet pods to use, so the industry decided to stick it's nose into it as well.^^

So without furter ado, here's the BRI-Po51 Ealanor, designed with the theme of classic british racecars. It's not very fast, as it's made more for aesthetics. (as you might expect of me) My second podracer will be more speed oriented, so i won't be overtaken as badly as in this one. ^^"

As per podracing rules, ony one hoverblade per component, with some slight helium assist. Four T9 thrusters give it all the horsepower it needs.

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VladimirEterna
2 years ago
Keep doing great job man :)

Ratings 9.0 practical and 8.0 creative0
Kirssar
2 years ago
Really cool pod.

Ratings 8.5 practical and 9.0 creative0

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