A discontinued product of MandalMotors, the Balutar-class Swoop is collected by jumpspeeder enthusiasts who admire its unique profile and cultural association. While most speeder bikes are designed to exchange stability for velocity, the Balutar's low center of gravity and shorter frame contribute to a sense of balance and enhanced controllability. Rather than extending the drive and power systems along the length of the bike, the Balutar instead stacks them into an enlarged forward nacelle which the rider sits behind. Vertical stabilizers extend downward from the swoop's nose, directly below the cooling vents and beside the control pedals. Between the handlebars, a panel faces the rider displaying critical engine and navigational data. The rear cowling, which houses the repulsor array, tapers to an elegant point and supports the rider's saddle. The swoop's name comes from the Mandalorian word "tabalut", meaning "patrol", providing some insight into the original purpose of the concept.