KPC-012 1/72 Sukhoi Su-22M4R JBG 77 jet fighter-bomber model kit
In late 50-ies and early 60-ies all designing departments dealing with jet planes were solving the problems od changeable wing geometry that should increase the manoeuverability and the load of the planes as well as shorten the start and landing lenght. The Su-7IG construction was the base for individual Sukhoi plane types Su-17, Su-17M, Su-17MK, Su-17M2-D, and Su-17M-3 and Su-17M4. The export mark for 17 is Su-20 and Su-22. According to the habits in the former USSR two seat variants marked Su-17UM-2D (Su-22 UM-2D) and Su-17UM-3 (Su-22UM-3) were produced. The Su-17 (Su-20 and Su-22) planes are marked as Su-17 Fitter in NATO code and individual versions are distinguished with characters. It is possible to hang 150 variants of weapons includemg the nuclear ones onto Su-17/22. The Sukhoi planes named Su-20/22 were delivered to the former Warsaw Treaty armies and they still are in many countries of the Third World i.e. Poland, Germany. Czech Republic, Hungary, Bulgana, Syria, Iraq, Egipt, Libya.
KP/Mastercraft 1/72 Sukhoi Su-22M4R JBG 77 jet fighter-bomber model kit. Pic.1
KP/Mastercraft 1/72 Sukhoi Su-22M4R JBG 77 jet fighter-bomber model kit. Pic.2
All Sukhoi 17/20/22 variants have bomber-fighter and reconaissance cape-ability. Recon version is distinguished with character R added after name.
Wingspan - 10 025/13 680m
Lenght - 19020m
Height - 5129
Weight of airplane - empty 10670 kg, normal 15230kg, max 19430 kg
Engine - AL21F3Ax1
Thrust - 7800kG 11 150 kG with AB
Fixed armaments- 2 x cannons NR calibre 30 mm
Hanged armaments - rockets, bombs, containers up to total weight 4000 kG
Max. speed - 1350 km/h (200m)
Mach - 1,7 (10000m)
Max radius of operation - 2250 km with 4x800l fuel tanks