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Este modelo está casi listo, y estará listo para descargar pronto, los skins están en 4k y jpg, el modelo de vuelo no es exacto pero vuela como un mig 21 y acelera como un mig 25, tiene la visión de levantar la nariz mucho al despegar.
  tome la cabina del mig 21 PF de Paladrian y elimine alguna estructura del ini, incluirá un nuevo modelo de misil, algo que facilitará el alcance de los objetivos, un cañón mig 21 clásico.
No sé qué nombre en clave fue designado por la OTAN si lo designaron.

Perdón mi Inglés es malo

 

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"No sé qué nombre en clave fue designado por la OTAN si lo designaron."

NATO Name "Flipper"

I like this plane ! :good:

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Me gusta el modelo Se ve genial

I like the model It looks great.

 

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wow

that makes a fine interceptor (although a very thirsty one).

the Ye-152M never got a NATO-designation since it was never thought to be in service. "Flipper" was the name given to the "MiG-23" which was a member of the Ye-150-family, but with 2 jet-engines and without canards. the only prototype was shown in a flypast in Tushino 1961, and so NATO accorded the wrong service name "MiG-23". the true MiG-23 was of course the swing wing fighter of the late 1960ies.

cheers

Sokol

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Ye-152 had different designations from western intel. It was called Su-17, MiG-23, Ye-166 and Ye-266. It got the NATO code "Flipper".

 There were 3 differnt versions of this plane. Ye-152A as basic design, Ye-152M with improved radar equipment and Ye-152P with canards.

The plane we see in the screenshots are Ye-152P.

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From PDF I have on Russkie Heavyinterceptors.

 

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lo que no dije es que los canards son opcionales y se pueden cargar como rwr

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hi,

these aircraft used brute force (and advanced materials and techniques). the only one of the series was the Ye-152A, shown in the first picture by Russouk. it seems to have been the only one to come somewhat - if marginally - closer to a series production, hence the NATO-designation "Flipper" for this variant.

it would be very very nice to get the Ye-152A too, since imho it looks more elegant with it's twin engines (some people never get enough ;-(

cheers

sokol

 

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