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Shenyang F-8IIM FinBack-B Export-96

 

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These from Wiki:

 

The effort to develop an all-weather interceptor began in full in 1964 and this was to result in the first Chinese fighter jet to be designed and built indigenously. The prototype took its maiden flight in 1969. Despite the early beginnings, due to political turmoils such as the Cultural Revolution, it was not produced until 1979 and entered service in 1980. Its basic configuration resembles an enlargement of the delta-wing MiG-21 'Fishbed' with two Liyang (LMC) Wopen-7A turbojet engines and a maximum speed of Mach 2.2. The twin engined J-8 competed with the single engine J-9 project and ultimately emerged as the victor largely due to the existing availability of the former's MiG-21 based powerplant and proven layout.

 

In order to house a large radar set, the design called for a solid nose and variable geometry side air intakes. However, the lack of familiarity with this type of intake meant the J-8 had to settle for a MiG-21 style nose intake. The solid nose J-8 was finally realized in the J-8II (Finback-B).

 

J-8II (Finback-B)

First flew on June 12, 1984. Improved J-8I prototype with redesigned nose/front section and fuselage. Replaced nose air inlet with solid nose and lateral air intakes, similar to those of the MiG-23 China indeed received several MiG-23s in the late 1970s from Egypt and the hinged ventral fin and lateral intakes shown reversed engineering of these MiG-23 features into the J-8II, in fact China followed a very similar development process to the Su-15 when from the Sukhoi T-5, the large T-58 (Su-15) was spawned, the MiG-23PD also has some similarities with the J-8II however the MiG-23PD is a single engined experimental fighter with direct lift engines, but the transformation of the MiG-21 into the MiG-23PD was mirrored in the J-8II. Equipped with Type 208 (SL-4A) monopulse radar (40 km range).

 

J-8IIM (F-8IIM)

Unveiled in Zhuhai Air Show 1996, export version of J-8B with Russian Phazotron Zhuk-8II PD radar (70 km range), R-27R1 (AA-10) AAM and Kh-31A (AS-17) anti-ship missile. Failed to attract any export customers and no domestic orders. [4] Conversion from older airframe was reportedly much fewer than the 100 units of Zhuk-8II radar delivered, and the conversion might have only been an experimental program.

 

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But I don't agree with the view of coping Su-11/15.

 

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F/A-18F Super Hornet

 

Skins by olo007 and 101tfs

 

3D Model by 101tfs

 

Flight Model by Erwin_hans

 

INI work by 101tfs and Erwin_hans

 

Effects by 101tfs and Erwin_hans

 

PLAAFpilot by olo007

 

Original MiG-21-93 Cockpit of some friend[i forgot who did it ,here thanks to him] modified to a F-8IIM cockpit by Erwin_hans.

 

 

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Thanks:

 

 

 

For Cockpit:

 

Based at MiG-21-93 Cockpit

 

 

 

For avionics:

 

I used avionics from Marcfighter's Su-27SK

 

 

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1, unzip the F-8IIM-Early.rar

 

2,Copy ALL files from F-8IIM folder to :

 

Strike Fighters\Objects\aircraft

 

3,then............enjoy it

 

 

 

******** EVERYONE CAN USE THESE MODELS for all Third Wire projects, as you want.************************

 

 

Erwin_Hans,olo007 and 101tfs

 

 

 

----------------Inksy Group 2008

 

 

 

 

 

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