The XR-34c is a high performance racing space craft. It can most simply be described as a jet engine built around a pilot and some fins thrown on for stability and handling. The main goal during this project was to create a craft that could function both in and outside of atmosphere. As we know this presents many challenges. Ships that compete solely in atmosphere donít have to worry about cockpit seals and the depressurization of space , however weight and aerodynamics play a big role with how the craft performs. These craft tend to be very light and nimble. On the other side in space aerodynamics and weight donít play much of a role in space so those crafts are usually rather large with bulky engines strapped on. As you can plainly see both types of racing presents unique challenges that many craft are specialized towards one or the other. At Iviin We are proud to announce that we have filled the gap between both competitions. The smaller size and nimbleness lean towards atmosphere competitions while the sealed cockpit and that the vast majority of the craft is an engine means that it will not fall behind during those interstellar rallies.
About this creation
Here we see the show model which is relatively unadorned with no number or sponsors, but we expect to go into full production within the current galactic standard year and are now accepting orders.
As you can see we use the state-of-the-art in holographic heads up displays.
Fourth Wall: I had no plan for this going in. I was able to go home this last weekend from college so I spent all Saturday on this. Pretty much I just wanted to use those Hero Factory leg parts in something because they seemed to be made really specific to the arm and leg pieces that the Hero Factory sets use. So most of the time spent on the build was figuring out how to attach them and make them look like some sort of intake. It was originally going to be a fighter, but about half way through I thought it looked like a racer so I ditched the guns and went in that direction. Iím really pleased with how it turned out It was a pain to work with those leg pieces but I think it was worth it, because it makes a really unique front end And I donít think anyone has used them in this way before. (Correct me if Iím wrong)
So yeah Iím not dead, and if I get to go home again Iíll try to whip something else out.
Quoting El Barto !
Cool ship! Lots of parts I've never seen before. Well done!
Thanks man, lot of left over parts from things I scrapped to build the vulture mainly power miners cause I took all their wheels for engines hence the color scheme, and I got some Hero Factory for Christmas. It kinda just went from there.
The first non-Bionicle MOC I've seen using those Hero Factory leg armor pieces, very creative! Great compact-ness this has, although I could ask for a better main pic. But it's the build that matters, very nice work.