Like his ancestor, Tech E. Coyote is super smart. Tech works as the team's gadget maker, often inventing machinery to help the Loonatics overcome their adversaries' powers and schemes. Before gaining his powers, Tech was a student at the Acme Tech University. Sometime before the meteor's impact, he had been tasked with tutoring a young Mallory Casey, but he discovered a device she had been working on was designed to drain the intelligence of the various professors of the university and transfer it to her. Fortunately, Tech disabled her machine before it could do any damage and called for police to take her away. Seconds before the meteor impacted the city, Tech had been displaying another invention to one of his professors, but was thrown out of the university thanks to the impatient professor accidentally activating a self-destruct system that Tech had installed in a device for "extra credit."
- Genius Intellect As a member of the Loonatics, Tech acts as the team's source of various crime fighting gadgets and vehicles, typically as the situation requires. Tech also has naturally high intelligence, but appeared to be as accident-prone as his ancestor during flashbacks to his college days. This prompted one of his teachers to say out of frustration, "I used to think you [Tech] were a mad genius, now I think you're just mad!". Since the meteor, the success rate of his inventions has been much higher.
- Magnetic Maniplulation The meteor's energy gifted him with magnetic manipulation powers.
- Healing Factor: He has the ability to regenerate his body after being disintegrated or suffering injury (a likely reference to his ancestor's tendency to suffer grueling injuries yet rapidly recover).
- Tech seems quite attached to his inventions, referring to them as "his babies" and expressing great distress when they are destroyed.
- Tech, oddly, appears to be good friends with Rev Runner, the descendant of his ancestor's rival, the Road Runner, though the two do bicker from time to time.
- While Tech's gadgets more or less work, his traps do not. This is demonstrated in In The Pinkster and Cape Duck, where both of his traps catastrophically failed to capture the villains.
- Tech gaining his powers while still in college, as well as refusing to sell inventions to Ralph Runner, is perhaps a nod to Wile E. Coyote's introduction of himself to Bugs Bunny in Operation: Rabbit. His healing power is undoubtedly a reference to Wile E.'s own recuperative powers.
- Tech sucks his thumb in his sleep.
- Tech howls in the episode Cape Duck.