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|Tuk-Tuk Boom Boom|
|Vehicle in Just Cause 2|
|Type||Recreational armed vehicle|
|Rarity||Black Market only|
|List of owners||Rico (if he buys one)|
The Tuk-Tuk Boom Boom is a vehicle in Just Cause 2.
Despite being never seen in game, it's made by the fictional company Tuk-Tuk.
The most important part of this vehicle is the auto cannon in the back, that can rotate a full 360 degrees. Like all DLC, it's fully upgraded from the start. Just like on motorcycles, you can fire your single handed weapon while driving it, but this damages the vehicle, see the bottom of the article for more information on this.
It used to be available for purchase as Downloadable content. But by now it's free to download off the PSN, Steam and the Xbox Live store. A recently bought PC version will already have it in the Black Market.
In the game, it can only be obtained from the Black Market for $50,000 as it is never seen in game.
- The recoil should realistically send the Tuk-Tuk flying backwards, but in the game, the recoil doesn't affect the vehicle at all.
- The cannon on the back resembles the automated artillery guns at Wajah Ramah Fortress, but is much smaller.
- There's a writing in cyrillic characters on the side of the cannon reading "РОДРО-АЗ".It appears to translate from Bulgarian as "Rodro-I" or "Rodro-Me"
Main article: Just Cause 2 Vehicle glitches.
There's a glitch that causes Rico to fire one of his one handed guns simultaneously every time he fires the vehicle weapon. This results in a hole in the front window, which keeps getting bigger with every shot. By itself this won't actually do that much damage to the vehicle but the waste of ammunition is certainly annoying; the infinite-ammo auto cannon is plenty strong enough to handle anything coming at you. Shooting sideways is safe, because Rico will also shoot that way. Shooting backwards will make Rico wait until the camera is pointing forward (or to the side) again to make the shot.