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The Noise Tanks are a rival group of robots found in Jet Set Radio and the Jet Set Radio Future.

Jet Set Radio

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The Noise Tanks in Jet Set Radio.

In Jet Set Radio, the Noise Tanks are described as super nerds, being capable of controlling the electricity of the Benten-Cho district and being capable of utilizing self made electronics to make their travel easier. They also apparently carry smoke bombs (evidenced by the beginning of one of the stages). Professor K warns the player that if they aren't careful then "it's no cable for the kids". Also at one point, if the player completes a certain mission on the Poison Jam before Noise Tanks, Pots will be kidnapped by the Noise Tanks and given a computer implant which makes him move robotically and moo, as if Pots were a cow. If the player completes certain missions in a certain order, this implant will make Pots a playable character. Successfully complete all Benten-cho levels with a "Jet" rank to unlock the Noise Tank gang.

Jet Set Radio Future

In Jet Set Radio Future, The Noise Tanks capture the player and another skater in Chapter 5, and they are forced to play Death Ball in order to escape from them.
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The Noise Tanks in Jet Set Radio Future.

The Doom Riders are the first rival gang faced in Death Ball, and upon their defeat, have helmets placed on them to make them do the Noise Tanks' bidding. However this never comes to much as the Doom Riders are encountered only one more time in the game, in a race around Dogenzaka Hill.

Afterwards, hundreds of Noise Tanks invade Tokyo-to and must be destroyed to clear the chapter.

The Noise Tanks are next seen in Sky Dinosaurian Square, where Cube reveals NT-3000 is a robot clone of Yoyo and the player must play a Tagger's Tag match against the Noise Tanks. Once they are defeated, it is revealed that they were all robots built by Rokkaku.

The Noise Tanks can be unlocked by getting a Jet ranking in all of the Test Runs in Highway Zero.

Trademark Graffiti

NOISE TANK GRAFFITI 00011

NOISE TANK - It's a Wonderful Chemical World

Urban Graffiti in red and in Hiragana.

NOISE TANK - Noise Destroys!

Popped out 3D Japanese amongst a black backdrop, akin to TV Snow.

NOISE TANK - Trancified

Black Japanese with purple shading atop a trippy fushisa backdrop, with an alien woman dancing atop.

In-Game Statistics

Jet Grind Radio

Statistic Level
Power Above Average
Technique Average
Graffiti Very High

Jet Set Radio Future

Stamina Maximum*
G-Stamina Above Average
Spray Cans 20 Cans
Graffiti Above Average
Acceleration Maximum*
Cornering Low
Grind Low


  • An asterisk (*) indicates this character's highest skill/s.

Appareances in other games

In Sonic & Sega All-Star Racing, they appears in Jet Set Radio Future tracks, especially at Shibuya Downtown intro

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Trivia

  • In Jet Set Radio Future the members may be named NT-1000 and NT-2000, as NT-3000 is a Noise Tank in disguise and his name stands for Noise Tank 3000. Roboy is said to be a Noise Tank prototype, as evidenced by the "NT-1000" label on his back. The Noise Tanks themselves are the standard "NT-2000" model, as evidenced by the label on their backs, and NT-3000 may be a next-generation model of Noise Tank, possibly due to its ability to seamlessly disguise itself as Yoyo.

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