FANDOM


ReconXWing
T-65BR X-wing Reconnaissance Starfighter
Production Information
Manufacturer

Incom Corporation

Product Line

T-65 Series

Model

T-65BR

Scale

Small Craft

Technical Specifications
Length

13 meters

Maximum Acceleration

20 MGLT/s

MGLT

100 MGLT

Atmospheric Speed

1,200 kph

Maneuverability

75 DPF

Hyperdrive Rating

Class 1

Shielding

50 SBD

Hull

20 RU

Armament

4 Laser Cannons

Minimum Crew
  • 1 Pilot
  • 1 Astromech
Passengers

None

Cargo Capacity

110 kg

Consumables

1 Week

Other Systems
  • S-foils
  • Long-range Sensor Package
  • Deadman Baradium Charge
Usage
Roles

Reconnaissance

Affiliation

New Republic

The T-65BR X-wing Reconnaissance Starfighter, commonly called the Recon-X or Snoopscoot, is a variant of the Incom T-65 X-wing Starfighter modified for reconnaissance missions; usually from earlier model X-wings such as the T-65AC1 or T-65AC2. The Recon-X is considered a vast improvement over the aged and slow Longprobe Y-wings, and features an advanced, high-gain, long-range sensor package with high-speed hypertransceivers in place of the standard X-wing's proton torpedo launchers.

An onboard R2-R-series astromech droid coordinates the sensors to provide maximum efficiency, a requirement when jumping into potentially dangerous zones. It is also equipped with a HoloNet communicator that enables it to relay its findings instantaneously to allied command centers.

The Recon-X uses updated engines and etheric rudder prototypes to eliminate the need for thrusters. In the event that a Recon-X is captured, the pilot is armed with a deadman baradium charge that will destroy the vessel and its recorded data if the pilot is killed. The Recon-X lacks weaponry other than its laser cannons, as the space and energy are used for the sensor package.

SourcesEdit

Ad blocker interference detected!


Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.