Practical Robot

Attack Bike

SMG Cruiser added 3 years ago
by BlackFysh
Brown Adept

This build uses only 2 wheels, with the steering wheel in the back. it has two stabilizer blocks in the front with the non steering wheel to make sure it doesn't spin around. it is pretty easy to control and after much testing I think this is the best drive train a motorcycle can have. This can be a pretty flimsy build, but there are thrusters attached to the pilot seat block allowing for escape. with two t6 SMGs this thing can deal out some dmg in t4.

this works the best if you sit back and burst fir to take out targets. the best I did with it is 5 kills and i usually get around 2 -3.

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Comments
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50
Practical Rating
8.4
Creative Rating
8.4
Last Updated
3 years ago
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Robot Ratings

Function rating by Nixell8.5
Function rating by TerrorByte8.5
Function rating by Earthbaker9.0
Function rating by ShadoWave9.5
Function rating by NoobWithNoHats8.5
Function rating by Ujani8.5
Function rating by Berekin8.5
Function rating by Crackle2359.5
Function rating by Zelborg8.5
Function rating by Relihschneider7.5
Function rating by SASEASASINI9.5
Function rating by JSU8.0
Function rating by Reachfordastarz8.5
Function rating by HybridHusky10.0
Function rating by Atomicfighter8.5
Function rating by Gaver8.0
Function rating by Olga10.0
Function rating by Eltanin8.0
Creative rating by Nixell8.5
Creative rating by TerrorByte8.5
Creative rating by Earthbaker9.0
Creative rating by ShadoWave9.5
Creative rating by NoobWithNoHats8.5
Creative rating by Ujani8.5
Creative rating by Berekin8.5
Creative rating by Crackle2359.5
Creative rating by Zelborg8.5
Creative rating by Relihschneider7.5
Creative rating by SASEASASINI9.5
Creative rating by JSU8.0
Creative rating by Reachfordastarz8.5
Creative rating by HybridHusky10.0
Creative rating by Atomicfighter8.5
Creative rating by Gaver8.0
Creative rating by Olga10.0
Creative rating by Eltanin8.0
Function rating by Manjuel8.5
Creative rating by Manjuel8.5
Function rating by _Hatsune_Miku7.5
Creative rating by _Hatsune_Miku7.5
Creative rating by Juvar237.5
Function rating by Juvar236.0
Creative rating by VladimirEterna7.5
Function rating by VladimirEterna7.5
Creative rating by BlackGentleman5.5
Function rating by BlackGentleman2.5
Function rating by TristamK3.0
Creative rating by TristamK3.5
Function rating by ABYSSINIAN8.0
Creative rating by ABYSSINIAN8.0
Comments and Ratings
M JSU
3 years ago
Skeleton bike. :<

Ratings 8.0 practical and 8.0 creative0
Zelborg
3 years ago
I really dig this

Ratings 8.5 practical and 8.5 creative0
NoobWithNoHats
3 years ago
When I built this, it ended up in t5
Not sure why

Ratings 8.5 practical and 8.5 creative0
ShadoWave
3 years ago
Love it! I changed out the thrusters for T2 hovers, to make the bike more stable. Sadly had to sacrifice a T5 wheel for a T4 but it still works great!

Ratings 9.5 practical and 9.5 creative0
Earthbaker
3 years ago
Looks great!

Ratings 9.0 practical and 9.0 creative0

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