‘Clunker’ is a mild word to describe the Plug-G 927, manufactured by Vokoff-Strood. At first glance the craft looks like an unsettling and awkward array of cobbled together turbines, engines and cooling vents. Despite this, the craft boasts an impressive speed on straight tracks, though the racer’s poor handling hampers it in tight, twisting courses. The twin turbine Plug-8G 927 engines, ('oversized beasts' according to one jaded mechanic) to which the craft owes its impressive speed, are composed of numerous engines arrayed in two clusters. This system while awkward, ugly, and far from aerodynamic, nonetheless manages to deliver an almost ridiculously simple engine-cooling method through the use of an open-air channel through the center of each cluster. A staple of speed-freaks across the galaxy, the Plug-G’s engines, while a boon in one sense, make for poor handling and turn response, making it a last choice for most successful pilots.