Colin Furze Built A Full-Scale Replica Of Kylo Ren's TIE Silencer Spacecraft

November 30, 2017

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This is a video of Colin Furze showing off the full-steel replica he built of Kylo Ren's TIE Silencer spacecraft. He built the ship by scaling everything up from a toy that he bought and says it's actual size, although his measures 46-feet long, 23-feet wide, and-14 feet high, and the Star Wars wiki says Kylo Ren's is 57-feet long, 25-feet wide and 12.5-feet tall, so I suspect there's a little discrepancy between the dimensions of the toy and Kylo's actual ship. He also shows off the very impressive and fully mobile BB-9E droid that fan and robotics expert James Bruton built, and explains how it works. Great job, guys, and let me know if you need any help next time -- I'm a great project manager. "You just drink beer and yell at people." I was a born leader.

Keep going for the video.

Thanks to Cynthia and mouse, who are waiting for the inevitable full-scale Star Destroyer.

  • Doog

    I can feel Colin starting to drift towards the Dark Side and this is very bad news. Colin is quite powerful and his fall into the darkness will surely mean the end of human existence.

    Never mind I got to the part where he let a bunch of children Star Wars fans enjoy the creation. We need more crazy inventors like Colin, as long as they don't go all Super Villain on us.

  • Deksam

    Need to connect it to a huge crane that can revolve it around in a huge circumference at height and speed. Then charge 50 bucks for a 3 min ride.

  • Michael Knight

    but it doesn't fly????

  • Talon184

    Colin Furze does not deserve to have as much fun as he has. Well, unless people earn fun by being annoying...in which case he deserves far more fun.

  • steve holt

    I love this crazy bastard. The kids playing in it was a nice touch

  • RU5TY $H4CKL3F0RD

    "but why male models?"

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