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Kraata Powered car
A car powered by kraata used to transport rich matoran and carry dangerous kraata.
About this creation
An moc that I made that I find simple, and yet kinda cool. Kraata are used for power by taking their energy in by use of the KD-E (Kraata De-Energizer) engine found inside. Two claws are used to make sure the engine does not fall off and in turn the kraata don't escape. A 2003 Matoran fits on the somewhat manuverable seat which has a handle bar that is used for steering. Shown are the Po-Koro and Ta-Koro versions with Hewkii and Jaller riding.

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   A top view of Hewkii's car.

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   Both cars with drivers off.

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   The seat.

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   The engine blown up.

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   A side view

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   A top view with no driver.


 I like it 
  October 26, 2013
Nice cars, you should post this in my Bionicle Vehicles group here on MOCpages. I'm just saying
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  August 22, 2006
cool why dont lego think of this stuff? love the roter inside the ktaata pod nice moc!!!
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  March 19, 2005
I built it!
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  April 10, 2004
Dude, simple yet cool. Real original too. I would of never thought of this.
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  March 6, 2004
Hey this is cool i like the fact that you do someting new!!!
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