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The C-wing Interceptor was originally an experimental craft that was quickly put into mass production due to its success. It Incorporates 3 experimental features not seen in any other fighter: A powerful Sublight engine, Horizontaly folding S-foils(later used in the T-wing), and A heads up display visor. This fighter is the first to use a powerful sublight engine that is basicly a smaller version of the Millenium Falcon's engines. The use of this engine was hugely successful on the C-wing and could propel it to speeds unmatched by any other fighter. It is also the first to use a horizontal folding system of the s-foils. Fighters before the C-wing had folding s-foils the folded up or down for flight. On the C-wing the S-foils fold inward for flight and landing(pictured below). The third unique feature of the C-wing is a heads up display visor used by the pilot. It displayed important in formation and aided in targeting during dog fights. The C-wing is also heavily armored around the cockpit providing excelent protection for the pilot. As you can see the C-wing's experimental features were hugely successful and quickly made it one of the deadliest fighters.

I really like how this turned out it's exactly what I was going for. I also like the engine even though its pretty simple. This is one of my favorite mocs.

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