Named after a long extinct canine from earth, the LX-3 "Husky" has a stunningly low rate of fuel consumption and can stay in atmospheric flight for months. The problem is that to function the engine needs to run at least once a day at various velocities, making it unsuitable for the casual pilot and can quickly turn into a chore. Left unattended for too long the delicate machinery will clog up, and the cost of repairs can exceed that of the whole vehicle.
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