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Up to date as of February 01, 2010

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Prefix Title earned by gaining +30,000 (Warmly) faction with the Tunarian Alliance in Elddar Grove.

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Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Grand Theft Wiki

Mike Toreno and T-Bone Mendez giving Carl Johnson in his instructions at a Xoomer gas station
Game: Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
For: The Loco Syndicate
Location: Doherty, San Fierro
Target: roadblocks, Da Nang Boys
Reward: $9000, Respect
Unlocks: Snail Trail

Outrider is a mission in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas given by the Loco Syndicate to protagonist Carl Johnson from the Doherty Garage in Doherty, San Fierro.


In this mission, Jizzy B. phones CJ and tells him to get to a car in the Xoomer gas station at Easter Basin. CJ drives to the car and sees that nobody is there. As he gets in, T-Bone Mendez appears from the backseat threatening CJ to see what he says as a "joke". After T-Bone moves the gun away from his face, Mike Toreno appears and gets in the car. CJ now has to drive into a van with a Rifa gang member in it. CJ is handed a sniper rifle as well as a rocket launcher and hops on a Sanchez. He then removes the roadblocks that are caused by the Da Nang Boys. After all the four roadblocks are removed, he has to guard the van that transports some drugs to the yay factory in Doherty at all costs. Completing this mission gains you a 3-star wanted level, $9000 and increased respect.


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Up to date as of February 04, 2010

From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

Production information

Corellian Engineering Corporation


Modified YT-2400 light freighter

Technical specifications

22 meters[1]


26.7 meters[2]

Maximum acceleration

2,860 G


70 MGLT[1]

Maximum speed (atmosphere)

1,000 km/h[1]

Engine unit(s)

KonGar KGDefender ion engines (3)[3]

Hyperdrive rating
  • Class 0.75[1]
  • Backup Class 10
Hyperdrive system

SoroSuub Griffyn/Y2TG hyperdrive unit[1]


Power-boosted shield generators (248 SBD)


Reinforced titanium armor (102 RU)

Sensor systems

Military-grade sensor system

Targeting systems

Sienar Fleet Systems combat computer

Navigation system


  • Enhanced sensor countermeasure package
  • Imperial sensor stealth coating
  • Pilot (1)
  • Co-pilot (1)
  • Gunners (2)
Minimum crew




Cargo capacity

70 metric tons[1]


2 months

Other systems

Escape pod (1)[3]


Smuggling vessel


Rebellion era

Earliest sighting


Latest sighting


Present for battles/events
Known owner(s)



Dash Rendar

"I owe the Outrider the best. She's brought me home when any other ship would have scattered me across space."
Dash Rendar

The Outrider was a heavily modified YT-2400 light freighter used by the brash smuggler Dash Rendar. Rendar held that his ship was almost as well known as the Millennium Falcon.


Design and modifications

Outrider schematics.

The Outrider started life as a stock Corellian Engineering Corporation YT-2400. Like all the ships in the YT series, the Outrider featured the trademark saucer-shaped hull, which Rendar reinforced with titanium armor and gave a dark, chrome gleam. The cockpit and main escape pod were attached to the starboard side of the saucer with two bracing arms. The docking hatch and another escape pod were on the port side.

One of the first modifications Dash made was to replace the original engines with three KonGar KGDefender military-grade ion engines stolen from the advanced engineering department of the Imperial Academy on Corulag. The factory issue hyperdrive was also replaced with a modified SoroSuub Griffyn/Y2TG hyperdrive, giving the Outrider a Class 0.75 hyperdrive rating. The backup hyperdrive engine had a Class 10 performance. Rendar also improved the Outrider's sensors and added a countermeasure/stealth package. Though these last modifications were highly illegal, they helped him to avoid unnecessary conflicts.

When Rendar could not avoid combat, the Outrider was more than capable of holding its own. The ship was armed with a pair of Dymek heavy laser cannons, mounted on dorsal and ventral turrets. The standard Corellian 1D servo mounts provided a 360 degree range of fire both above and below the ship. These cannons were hand-modified by Rendar to improve both firepower and range, and could be fired from the gunnery wells or from the cockpit. The Outrider was also armed with a pair of forward firing concussion missile launchers built into the cockpit tube. Each launcher contained a magazine of three missiles each.

The Outrider was customized to be operated by Rendar and/or Leebo. It could carry about 75 metric tons of cargo, in addition to up to four additional passengers. When fully stocked, it could go for two standard months before needing to resupply.


Outrider in action.

When asked how he acquired his ship, Rendar typically answered, "Not by clean living." The Outrider was a gift from "Uncle" Vanya, a Twi'lek crime boss whom Dash worked for during the early days of his mercenary career. Vanya also provided Rendar with a Rodian co-pilot who ended up dying within the first twenty seconds of Rendar's debut mission.

Rendar immediately began modifying the ship for smuggling duties. Most of the original modifications were done at the Byblos Starport Tower 214 by Rendar and the talented Sullustan engineer Bolabo Hujaan.

Dash and Leebo were infamous in smuggling circles well before they were hired by the Rebel Alliance to smuggle weapons and badly needed supplies to Echo Base on Hoth after the evacuation of Yavin 4. When the Battle of Hoth began, the Outrider was still berthed in Echo Base's hangar. Dash and Leebo were barely able to escape the base, and had to fly through the Hoth Asteroid Field in order to escape the orbiting Death Squadron.

The Outrider with all guns blazing.

Soon afterwards, the Outrider accompanied the Millennium Falcon in an attempt to rescue Han Solo from the bounty hunter Boba Fett, who had set down for repairs at the Imperial Enclave on the moon of Gall. The Outrider also participated in a battle to secure the Imperial freighter Suprosa, which was carrying the plans for the second Death Star. Rendar also piloted the Outrider during the final conflict with Black Sun leader Prince Xizor over Coruscant. In that battle it appeared that the Outrider was destroyed, and Rendar and Leebo killed, but it was a trick of timing and perspective. Rendar had decided that his time as a Rebel was over. The fate of the Outrider and its captain in later years is unknown.

Behind the scenes

The Outrider docked on Ord Mantell.

The look of Outrider was designed by Doug Chiang, who also worked on the designs for the Star Wars prequel trilogy films.

Outrider is one of the few C-canon elements from the Expanded Universe which is adopted in G-canon (the films). In addition to its appearance in Shadows of the Empire, the ship also appears in the special edition of A New Hope.


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Notes and references

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 Star Wars: Behind the Magic
  2. Databank
  3. 3.0 3.1 The Official Star Wars Fact File

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