Exo-Force Stealth Titan Runner-01, a bare bones mech using just the 7700 and 7701 sets.
About this creation
Presenting the Exo-Force Stealth Titan Runner-01; a hybrid of the technologies first seen in the Exo Force 7700 Stealth Hunter and the 7701 Grand Titan.
Featuring a sturdy 'mobility frame', the endoskeleton is light but very tough, and affords the STR-01 an agility uncommon in other mecha of its class and a speed that can outrun lighter mechs. The 'chicken walker' limb system affords mobilty on a winde range of terrain, including shallow lakes and rivers.
The 'pilot cabin' is mated to the mobility frame to complete the configuration, which includes a rocket frame (complete with advancde imaging capability) mounted on the right shoulder hardpoint, and a pair of aft dorsal 'counterweight fins' to assist in 'predictive displacement' - technology allowing almost human-like response and movement range in the mecha superstructure and mobility frame.
A four-finger hand manipulator on the right forearm keeps weight down and allows the Stealth Titan Runner to fashion weapons from anything available on the battlefield. The left forearm can be fitted with a range of equipment and armament, typically a pulsed weapon or other rapid-fire/incendiary armaments.
The feet of the Stealth Titan Runner feature two rear 'toes' which change their orientation to increase or decrease the standing footprint of the mech, improving its stability on rugged terrain, demolished buildings or inferior mecha.
For more information or to arrange a demonstration, please contact your local XO4S distributor.
Side shot showing the rocket frame mounted on the left shoulder hardpoints. The right-forearm features a four finger hand manipulator - my first attempt at a mecha hand. The left forearm is bare - the tyrany of too few parts!
This angle shows the right leg on a higher surface, the left leg lower. I had to stiffen the hip and ankle joints to support its weight in some of the more tricky poses, but other than that, it is very stable. The wide toe configuration allows it to stand quite easily.
Nice, particularly for an early attempt! It's about as stealthy as a crate of firecrackers, but that doesn't bother me at all. I like the toes on the back of the foot and the profile of the pod. I think the legs could use a little more musculature, maybe.
This is amazing. Very nice job for your first moc to be put on your site. if this is the quality of all of your creations, keep em coming, because this is great. i really the chiken feet concept because although it doesnt look right, if you look from a certain abgle, they look like the perfect fit. really good job on this. KEEP IT UP bro.