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I don't quite get the meaning of the newly inserted paragraph, "as the tank was meant cash into SLDF's build up in late 29th Century"? what did it do? bring cash to the SLDF or did it start to sell good becaus SLDF started buying it? --RagTag 12:44, 22 February 2010 (UTC)

Its called a typo, I apologize for the confusion. -- Wrangler 13:00, 22 February 2010 (UTC)

no need to apologize...:D went over it again, care to check if I got it right?--RagTag 13:08, 22 February 2010 (UTC) uses an ICE engine, and it's laser-armed. Huh? Lasers need fusion engines... Porty1119 2021 8 September 2019 (EST)

Not if it has right equipment, ICE type vehicle usually include necessary equipment that allows for ICE powerplant to fire energy weaponry. I can't remember name piece equipment that allows it. -- Wrangler 01:01, 9 September 2010 (UTC)
Its called, err, compressor, it weighs one tenth of the energyweapon's weight (one of the reasons vehicle construction rules were so different back in the days... (; )and you also need a full ton'o'heat sink for every single heat point, which is ridiculous, but was the reason why AC and LRM armed vehicles were so effective, in my very humble opinion... a LargeLaser weighs 13,5 tons on an ICE vehicle, with a bit of tweaking you can have an AC/10@2 for that!:DRagTag 20:18, 14 December 2010 (UTC)