Phase coil instability
The phase coils on this ship are impossible to calibrate properly due to subtle flaws. Reduces the phase-time bonus by 50%, reduces the peak performance time by 30%, and increases the rate at which combat readiness degrades by 30%.

Supply cost to recover from deployment reduced by 20%.

This can occur on only on ships with phase cloaks, including salvaged phase ships and pirate phase ships. It can be removed by restoring the ship

Installable Accelerated Shields · Advanced Optics · Advanced Turret Gyros · Armored Weapon Mounts · Augmented Drive Field · Automated Repair Unit · Auxiliary Thrusters · Blast Doors · Converted Hangar · Dedicated Targeting Core · ECCM Package · ECM Package · Expanded Deck Crew · Expanded Magazines · Expanded Missile Racks · Extended Shields · Flux Coil Adjunct · Flux Distributor · Hardened Shields · Hardened Subsystems · Heavy Armor · Insulated Engine Assembly · Integrated Point Defense AI · Integrated Targeting Unit · Makeshift Shield Generator · Nav Relay · Operations Center · Recovery Shuttles · Reinforced Bulkheads · Resistant Flux Conduits · Safety Overrides · Shield Conversion - Front · Shield Conversion - Omni · Solar Shielding · Stabilized Shields · Surveying Equipment · Unstable Injector
Built-in only Advanced Targeting Core · Civilian-grade Hull · Delicate Machinery · Drive Field Stabilizer · Flux Shunt · Heavy Ballistics Integration · High Maintenance · High Resolution Sensors · Phase Field · No Weapon Flux · Salvage Gantry · Shielded Cargo Holds
Damage mods Compromised Armor · Compromised Hull · Damaged Flight Deck · Degraded Engines · Destroyed Weapon Mounts · Faulty Power Grid · Glitched Sensor Array · Ill-Advised Modifications · Phase Coil Instability · Structural Damage · Unreliable Subsystems
Faction mods Fourteenth Battlegroup · Militarized Hegemony Auxiliary
Special Always Detaches · Automated Ship · Axial Rotation · Never Detaches · Reduced Explosion · Targeting Supercomputer · Vast Bulk

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Only up to date for version 0.8a-RC19. It is likely still broadly correct but not verified for the most up to date data yet. Please double check the Version History