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Name/Model#
T-16 Skyhopper
Designer/Manufacturer
Incom
Combat Designation
Starfighter
Power System
Novaldex O3-R cryogenic power cells and ionization reactor
Propulsion System
Four Incom 2a ion fission engines (275KTU)
Flight Control System
Vudyne CF-30 flight control avionics package
Navigation

Narmox Zr-390 computer system
Crew
1 pilot
Speed Rating
85 MGLT
Maneuverability Rating
60 DPF
Hyperdrive
Incom Gbk-435 motivator drive unit
Sensor Systems
Fabritech ANS-5c unit with one Long-Range Phased Tachyon Detection Array model# PA-9r and one short range Primary Threat Analysis Grid model# PG-7u
Targeting Computer
Fabritech ANq-2.4 tracking computer and SI 5g8 "Quickscan" vector imaging system
Weapons(standard)
Two Taim & Bak KX5 Laser Cannons
Two Krupx MG5 Concussion Missile Launchers (4 torpedoes each)

Shields/Armor
Forward/Rear Projecting XoLynn Shields (20 SBD); Titanium Alloy hull

The Z-95 is a snub fighter, wasp-like in its design, built by Incom in cooperation with Subpro Industries a few years before they began production on the X-Wing. One of the key designers of the ship was Seti Ashgad. They are 11.8 meters in length, and were equipped with twin engines, forked tails, and bomb pylons. They were famous for how much punishment they could take in battle. Each Headhunter was equipped with up to 3 blaster cannons on each wing, a concussion missile launcher, and a unique bubble canopy that allowed its pilot an almost 360-degree view of the sky around him. They employed a holographic, heads-up display that made the bubble canopy even more effective. However, the Z-95 lacked a hyperdrive. With the advent of the X-wing, the Z-95 became relegated to smugglers' armies and backwater usage, but still serve with the Rebels because of their durability, which can only be explained by its structural toughness, easy availability, and low maintenance needs. So many Z-95s have been produced by Incom and Subpro over the decades that it is likely that, with the exception of the TIE Fighter, there are more Z-95s in use than any other starfighter. The following are variations of the Z-95:

The Z-95 I3 this was the "Improved Model 3" version of the Z-95 Headhunter starfighter. It was armedwith a pair of triple blasters, and was generally considered the most popular of the Headhunters.

The Z-95 Mark I was an early version of the Z-95 Headhunter and had a swing-wing design. It was armed with a pair of triple blasters and a concussion missile launcher.

Z-95-AF4 is the common designation of the basic Z-95 Assault Fighter 4, a heavier version of the basic Z-95 Headhunter.

The Z-95C4d is a ground-support version of the Z-95 Headhunter, and has bombing capabilities.

The Z-95ER is an extended-range version of the Z-95 Headhunter.

Z-95Mk1 was another designation of the original Z-95 Mark I Headhunter.

The Z-95ML is a missile-launching version of the Z-95 Headhunter.

The Z-95XT is a two-seat version of the Z-95 Headhunter used for training. The Z-95XT lacks the basic Z-95's concussion missiles .

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