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This article is about the TYE-wing. You may be looking for the similarly named Y-TIE or the T-wing interceptor.
TYE-wing
Production information
Manufacturer

Various

Product line

Components from:

Model

TYE-wing

Class

Ugly starfighter

Technical specifications
Length

12 meters

Maximum speed (atmosphere)

850 km/h

Engine unit(s)

2 Koensayr R200 Ion Jet Engines

Hyperdrive system

None

Shielding

None

Sensor systems

SFS S-c3.8 multi-range TAG

Targeting systems

SFS T-s8 targeting computer

Avionics

SFS F-3.2 flight avionics system

Armament

Sienar Fleet Systems L-s1 laser cannons (2)

Crew

Pilot (1)

Cargo capacity

65 kilograms

Consumables

2 days

Usage
Role(s)
  • Assault fighter (pirate fleets)
  • Defense forces
Era(s)
Affiliation
"Hobbie, if you can't shake a T-wing, you deserve to be vaped."
Wes Janson to Derek Klivian

The TYE-wing was one of the composite starfighter designs known as "uglies".

Though it was known by a number of names, including TIE-wing, T-wing, Y-ball, TIE-Y, TYE fighter, Die-wing, or simply TYE, it was apparently more standardized than most uglies.

TYE-wings combined the ball cockpit and wing braces of the TIE Fighter with the engine nacelles from the Y-wing. They were armed with two TIE fighter laser cannons, usually had a functional TIE sensor package, and had fair maneuverability. Unfortunately, they had no shields, and although they were faster than many uglies, they were quite slow compared to most mass-produced fighters.

The TYE-wing essentially combined the key weaknesses of both the TIE fighter and the Y-wing, yet had the strengths of neither. Many pilots dubbed them "DIE-wings", as the survival rate of TYE-Wing pilots was appallingly low.

TYE-wings were often found in the service of pirates, notably Kavil's Corsairs and others under the Blazing Claw sigil. They were also found in many private defensive fleets. Some were used by the Imperial Remnant.

Appearances

  • X-wing Rogue Squadron: Family Ties
  • X-wing Rogue Squadron: Masquerade
  • X-wing: The Krytos Trap (First appearance) (in simulator)
  • X-wing: The Bacta War
  • I, Jedi
  • Dark Tide I: Onslaught
  • Dark Tide II: Ruin

Sources

TIE starfighter variants
Imperial starfighters
T.I.E. starfighter · TIE/ln starfighter · TIE Advanced x1 · TIE Advanced x2 · TIE Advanced x3 · TIE Advanced x7
TIE Aggressor · TIE/ad starfighter · TIE boarding craft · TIE/D Defender · TIE/D automated starfighter · TIE/fc starfighter
TIE/gt starfighter · TIE Hunter · TIE/In starfighter · TIE Interdictor · TIE lander · TIE Light Duty · TIE Oppressor · TIE Phantom
TIE/rc starfighter · TIE/sa starfighter · TIE/sh shuttle · TIE/sr starfighter · TIE starfighter · TIE Vanguard
Scimitar assault bomber · Predator-class fighter
Non-Imperial starfighters
Advanced Project ship · Aleph-class starfighter · Chir'daki · Clutch · Y-TIE · X-ceptor
X-TIE · TYE-wing · Lone Scout-A · TIE/rpt starfighter · Nssis-class Clawcraft · TIE stealth
Non-starfighter models
Century tank · TIE ap-1 · TIE fighter boat · Lancet Aerial Artillery
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