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Sukhoi Su-11 Fishpot-C

57.7k Erc90F4RU  13 days ago


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Hello! Yes, its a 11th Sukhoi


The Su-11 was an upgraded version of the Sukhoi Su-9 ('Fishpot') interceptor, which had been developed in parallel with the OKB's swept wing Su-7 fighter bomber. Recognizing the Su-9's fundamental limitations, Sukhoi began work on the Su-11, which first flew in 1961 as the T-47 prototype.

The Su-11 shared the Su-9's delta wing, swept tailplanes and cigar-shaped fuselage, as well as the circular nose intake, but had a longer nose to accommodate the more powerful 'Oryol' (Eagle; NATO reporting name 'Skip Spin') radar set. A more powerful Lyulka AL-7F-1 turbojet was installed, providing 9.8 kN (2,210 lbf) more afterburning thrust for improved climb rate and high-altitude performance (and to compensate for increased weight). The Su-11 can be distinguished from the Su-9 by the external fuel pipes atop the fuselage, aft of the cockpit.

The Su-9's beam-riding K-5 missiles were replaced by a pair of R-98 (AA-3 'Anab') weapons, usually one R-98MR semi-active radar homing and one R-98MT infrared guided. Like many interceptors of the period, it had no cannon.

Production of the definitive Su-11-8M began in 1962, ended in 1965, after about 108 aircraft had been delivered, although it is believed that at least some Su-9s were upgraded to Su-11 form.

A conversion trainer version, the Su-11U 'Maiden,' was also developed ; Similar to the Su-9U, it had full armament and radar systems for training purposes, but the second seat reduced its already marginal fuel capacity and was not intended for combat use.


Ag1 - Openable canopy
Ag2 - Airbrakes
Ag3 - Jettison missiles
VTOL Down - Flaps



1st - Livery based on this photo:

2nd - i forgot


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General Characteristics

  • Created On Windows
  • Wingspan 21.2ft (6.5m)
  • Length 45.8ft (13.9m)
  • Height 11.9ft (3.6m)
  • Empty Weight N/A
  • Loaded Weight 2,864lbs (1,299kg)

Performance

  • Power/Weight Ratio 4.707
  • Wing Loading 13.5lbs/ft2 (65.8kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 212.6ft2 (19.8m2)
  • Drag Points 1254

Parts

  • Number of Parts 218
  • Control Surfaces 5
  • Performance Cost 1,101
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    lovely.

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    nice touch my friend

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    Great replica. I love it.

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    780 Kaveman

    If you ever want to have a realistic twr, just set the drag for all parts to 0, then add a little bit of drag to get a realistic top speed. You can use air brakes to get realistic energy bleed when turning. Nice Build!!

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