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Guys i found this one i my hard today i had complet forgot about it

you guys tink whort finish

 

its an old sukhoy project the S-37 do not mistake whit the S-37 that became the Berkut or Su-37 flanker.

any it pretty much a clean sheet of paper to have fun whit.

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here all the info i have

 

 

 

 

they talk about 10 or 11 hardpoints in the fuselage alone there crazy how his that possible?

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Based on what I found it was planed to be the following:

S-37 Project

 

Length: 17.65m (Bedretdinov), 17.5m (Butowski)

Wingspan: 12.08m (Bedretdinov), 11.8m (Butowski) (8.64m folded)

Wing Area: 50 sq m

Height: 5.74m

 

Maximum speed: 1500km/h at low level, Mach 2.0 at height

Maximum altitude: 17000m

Range, 3000kg payload: 800km (low level) 1,500km (high level)

G load: +9/-3g

Supersonic G load: 8g

Acceleration from 600km/h to 1100km/h at 1000m altitude: 14 secs

Acceleration from 1100km/h to 1300km/h at 1000m altitude: 7.2 secs

 

Engine: 1 x R-79M turbofan

Thrust: 18,143kg

 

Weight, Maximum: 24,970kg

Weight, Normal takeoff: 16-18,000kg

Weight, empty: 12000kg

Internal fuel capacity: 8,300kg

Normal combat payload: 5000kg

Maximum combat payload: 8000kg

 

 

Source of the above is from secretprojects.co.uk

http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php?topic=94.0

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ok after viewing the img on the site that Logan4 put up the link i understand how the Hardpoits are set i was wroung to dout the specs.

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cheking old back ups in a DVD found this one from 2009 ircc need to rebluid a fewe parts that are not smoothing well enough

 

MDD 279-3 Av-8 harrier replacemte proposal for the 90´s

 

 

 

i will get on these after i sent the Mirage 4000 to the paintshop.

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