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|LEGO® → System → Star Wars|
|Jek-14's Stealth Starfighter|
The Stealth Starfighter is mainly black with some red highlights. It has a long black nose, and at the centre of the starfighter is the cockpit and a bulky section behind it containing the TECHNIC elements that, when one uses the knobs at the back of the ship, moves the wings up and down. On top of the back section of the fuselage is a small cannon that can rotate and be raised up and down. The wings are mainly black and are connected to the fuselage with the TECHNIC elements. At the end of each wing is a large black thruster, over which a portion of the wing as angled downwards, and underneath each wing is a flick-fire missile.
In the episode "Who let the Clones Out" Count Dooku and General Grievous escape Kamino in this ship. In the television special "The Phantom Clone" JEK-14 and Count Dooku use it to visit Darth Sidious. It later become JEK-14's personal ship.
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Capture Jek-14’s™ Stealth Starfighter!
Pursue the rogue clone, Jek-14™, in his amazing Stealth Starfighter with retractable landing gear, opening cockpit with space for a minifigure, folding wings, rotating and elevating blaster cannon, R4-G0™ astromech droid, storage compartment with holocron and 2 flick missiles. Will Jek-14 escape the Separatist Bounty Hunter™ and the Republic Special Forces Clone Trooper™, or has his power grown enough to face them? Includes R4-G0 astromech droid and 3 minifigures with weapons: Jek-14, Separatist Bounty Hunter™ and Special Forces Clone Trooper™.
- All minifigures are exclusive to this set.
- The ship's design is based on the Rebel Alliance E-Wing.
- In the USA, it was supposed to be released in June, but the whole Summer wave was rescheduled to August.