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AVTT "Badger"- Turret mount/controls

Developed to serve different roles the AVTT, Armored Velocity Tactical Transport “Badger” was developed similarly to the TB-M-1. The most noticeable difference between a TB-M-1 and the AVTT is wheel configuration; The AVTT was designed with four wheels so it could have the ability to carry troops and more cargo. The power plants, twin straight six engines, are smaller than an M-1s but still supply plenty of force, enough to achieve 150 mph. Suspension is variable from high speed or “sport” and can be loosened to off-road aka “rock crawler”. The AVTT has a crew capacity of five; four soldiers and a pilot. The body of an AVTT is quite different from an M-1, due its difference in use. The most similar aspect is the cockpit, made of highly damage resistant material; the windscreen is adequate for the OFSI’s needs. These AVTTs are now accompanying their Turbo-Bike relatives on the battlefield.

OFSI Motors

Engineering the future


Inspired by Andreas

Suspension credit to Corvin Stichert

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Taken on April 9, 2012