In 1987, West End Games came up with the Star Wars Sourcebook. It had a great entry on starfighters, and a 4 page blueprints and write-up on the Incom T-65C-A2 X-Wing fighter. Since then all write-ups on the X-Wings mention these components, for example, the X-Wing combat flight sim game; and the Essential Guide to Vehicles and Vessels book.
Here are some of the components of the fighters which might be of interest to Malaysians:
1. Melihat Multi-Imager dedicated energy receptor - this is part of the X-Wing's forward sensor package. Melihat = Seeing, or watching!
2. Tana Ire low-level terrain following sensor - Tana Ire sounds phoenitically like tanah air, which is literally land water, and its actual true application is, of couse, "motherland".
3. Fabritech k-blakan rear warning sensors - Sounds like "kebelakang" which is literally rearwards, or aft-facing.
4. Bertriak Screamer sensor jammer - In-universe, Bertriak is the jammer's manufacturer, and Screamer is the model name. Bertriak sounds like berteriak, which means screaming!
5. Taim & Bak KX9 laser cannons - mounted on the tip of each s-foil. Taim & Bak? Taimbak? Tembak? Shoot, or fire upon?
It seems like the writer Bill Slavicek had either a dictionary or a Malaysian friend (possibly Indonesian) he consulted with for exotic words, for the book. There are other words in the book like the "Chepat" deflector screen projector and the "Kuat" Drive Yards, the list above actually have words that meant what they say!