The article on St. Louis Blues is, unfortunately, littered with some small errors, which is probably due to a mis-information strategy against the Plague Riders rather than any deliberate attempt to keep the information from the public.
What this means is some of the vehicles in the article are illegal or incorrect from a game point. Luckily, our tireless reporters have been on the case and have managed to obtain a correct data article. All changes to the original article are listed below.
This should be considered unofficial errata.
V6 interceptor tank Weight:
92 mph Acceleration:
13 mph Braking:
26 mph Handling:
Missile pod (roof, HE,SP,HE,SP,HE,SP).
6 points each facing, 5 points floor and roof.
Jims car had illegal amounts of armour and was, for some reason, completely overweight as well. Reducing the armour and correcting the weight has given the car a performance boost.
Don't look at the diagram of the Interceptor, it's wrong. There is only one 6mm machine gun, and it is mounted on the tailgate, facing to the rear.
Weight: 1,645 Cost: $88,200
Again, don't look at the diagrams orientation of the weapons - the rear tailgate lightweight combat laser is facing to the rear.
Jimmy's vehicle is correct with all costs, weights and performance if you reduce the front and side armour to 6, which is the maximum legal amount for a vehicle.
Weight: 1,890 Cost: $102,000
Weight: 910 Cost: $115,500
Weight: 2,080 Cost: $142,000
The rear armour value is 6.
Weight: 258 Cost: $115,500
Weight: 464 Cost: $51,000
Be careful when using the 50mm missile tube - remember that the basic stats are just for the launch tube - you then have to add the cost and weight of the missile that fits inside it!
Classification: Heavy bike Weight: 748 Cost: $52,000
Max Speed: 85 mph Acceleration: 20 mph Braking: 26 mph Handling: 5
Weapons: 2 linked 15mm autocannons (outrigger mounts).
Systems: Oil injection
Armour: 2 points carbon steel all facings, +4 carbon plastic front, and 1 point carbon plastic each side.
The problem with this bike was the outriggers. To be able to mount an autocannon on a bike, you must use outriggers, and if you use outriggers, you must have two identical weapons to balance the mounts. The original design only included the weight of the one autocannon. Adding the second does give performance issues.