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Approved Tech Jair'iviin Speeder Bike

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Captain Larraq

Credit: Bungie Studios; Destiny videogame

Intent: To create a small personal speeder for sale on the galactic market.

Development Thread: NA
Manufacturer: Mandal Hypernautics
Model: Jair'iviin Speeder Bike
Affiliation: Open Market
Modularity: Yes; civilian and illegal add-on packages
Production: Mass-Produced
Material: Durasteel, Duraplast, other materials.

A small, personal use speeder-bike for sale on the open market. Designed for use by civilians in both urban and rural environments, the Jair'iviin speeder is an affordable luxury vehicle for the young and reckless across the galaxy. The vehicle comes in a wide range of colors and with numerous luxury options that can be installed onto the base model. While this vehicle is unarmed and intended for civilian use, more than one Bounty Hunter or outlaw has added illegal, after market additions to this vehicle. A popular addition is to mount dual heavy blasters on the inner edges of the forward stabilizers. This reduces the speed an maneuverability of the vehicle and is illegal on most world, but the popularity of this modification has lead Mandal Hypernautics to produce a standardized set of modular weapons that can be added to the vehicle. These modular weapon options are not publically advertised, but those who know where to shop can find numerous illegal modifications for their new civilian speeder-bike.

Role: Personal Speeder-bike
Height: 1.5 meters
Length: 3.5 meters
Width: 2 meters
Weight: 2,000kg
Minimum Crew: 1
Optimal Crew: 1
Propulsion: Repulsor
Top Speed: 300 KM/H
Armaments: None
Passenger Capacity: None
Cargo Capacity: None; Can purchase saddlebags as accessories
Misc. Equipment: None
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