350r

Small ship manufactured by Origin Jumpworks

350r - Racing through check point - Front Port.jpg
350r
ManufacturerOrigin Jumpworks (ORIG)
RoleRacing
SizeSmall
Crew1
Series300
Cargo capacity4 SCU
Production state
  • Flight Ready
  • Update Pass Scheduled
Cost
Buy1,602,100 aUEC
Rent (1 day)32,042 aUEC / 16,021 REC
Insurance
Claim time7:30 min
Expedite1:30 min
Expedite fee530 aUEC
Pledge
CostUS$125
OriginalUS$125
AvailabilityTime limited sales
Specifications
Length27 m
Beam17 m
Height8 m
Combat speed270 m/s
Max speed1,347 m/s
Mass64,834 kg

The Origin 350r is the racing variant of the 300 series. It features dual thrusters instead of a single one in the rest of the ships in the same series.[1]

Specifications

Avionics
Radarnav.svgRadars
1x
S1
NAVE - Nav-E7 Gadgets
Computernav.svgComputers
1x
S1
S Computer
N/A - Unknown manufacturer
Systems
Powerplantnav.svgPower plants
1x
S1
ACOM - ACOM
Coolernav.svgCoolers
2x
S1
ACOM - ACOM
Shieldgeneratornav.svgShield generators
2x
S1
YORM - Yorm

Propulsion
Fuelintakenav.svgFuel intakes
2x
S1
S Fuel Intake
N/A - Unknown manufacturer
Fueltanknav.svgFuel tanks
3x
S1
S Fuel Intake
N/A - Unknown manufacturer
Quantumdrivenav.svgQuantum drives
1x
S1
RSI - Roberts Space Industries
Jumpdrivenav.svgJump drives
1x
S1
S Jump Module
N/A - Unknown manufacturer
Quantumfueltanknav.svgQuantum fuel tanks
1x
S1
S Quantum Fuel Tank
N/A - Unknown manufacturer
Thrusters
Mainthrusternav.svgMain thrusters
1x
S4
HAPR - Hammer Propulsion
Maneuveringthrusternav.svgManeuvering thrusters
2x
S1
Retro Thruster
N/A - Unknown manufacturer
10x
S1
Fixed Maneuvering Thruster
N/A - Unknown manufacturer
2x
S1
Fixed Maneuvering Thruster
N/A - Unknown manufacturer

Weaponry
Weaponnav.svgWeapons
1x
S3
BEHR - Behring
2x
S3
Missilenav.svgMissiles
2x
S2
BEHR - Behring

Model

Variants

  • 300i: The 300i is the base model of the 300 series.
  • 315p: The 315p is the exploration variant of the 300 series.
  • 325a: The 325a is the combat variant of the 300 series.
  • 320c "Imperator's Edition": The 320c "Imperator's Edition" is a minor, one-off model themed for an Imperator event.[2]

History

Developing variants

In 2899, the 300 series launched a single model: the 300i. The designer of the 300i, Andreas Lang, was insistent that Origin would begin producing variants in the third model year by designing entirely new models to fulfill different specialized tasks. Origin, remembering the expense of the first prototype and the ensuing battle to lower production costs, balked at the idea. For all of the project’s rhetoric, later amplified by the series’ initial marketing, the company wanted to borrow an important aspect from RSI’s Aurora: a modular space frame designed to easily adapt variants. Like the Aurora, the 300 series would adapt the initial version into a host of different factory models built atop the standard design. By all accounts, the decision to develop variants instead of bespoke models soured Lang on the project altogether.[2]

The first variant

Instead of helming the 2903 model year as previously intended, he built a smaller, separate team to construct the Origin 350r speed model. Not intended for wide sale, the 350r project allowed Lang and his most fervent acolytes a chance to build the high performance ships he desired for the racing circuit. The 350r becomes the first variant of the 300 series.[2]

Gallery

References

  1. ↑ 350r - Ship Page
  2. ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 David Ladyman and Ben Lesnick, Whitley's Guide: 300i, Jump Point, vol. 6, no. 4, pp. 35-38, 2018-04-27.
                                                       


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