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Poll: Israeli Tech Tree (28 members have cast votes)

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Are you interested in an Israeli tech tree ?

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MeToRaFs #1 Posted 07 January 2016 - 04:45 PM

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Merkava 1: So there's no real barrier to including the Merkava according to Wargaming, as technology and not age is the main deciding factor as to whether or not a vehicle is suitable for inclusion. So please, no comments about it being too new, or too late to be included, especially as the first prototype was completed in 1974, the test beds are from the late '60s and very early '70s, and the newest vehicle in the game

currently is the Type 64 from 1975. There isn't really any barrier to entry for the Merkava to be included in WoT.

 
The first Merkava 1 Prototype  in all its glory. Armed with the same 105mm L7/M68 that equipped the Sho'T Kal and Magach has 8.5 degrees of gun depression all around the tank and the early 900hp engine means a top speed of 48km **

 

Sho't MeteorCenturionm /MK V/A41 with the original Rolls-Royce Meteor engine.

with OQF 20 pdr gun 84.3mm


Sho't Kal Alef/Bet/Gimel/Dalet:Modernised Centurion tanks. with L7 105mm gun from 1963, a new powerpack (the Continental AVDS-1790-2A diesel engine and the Allison CD850-6 transmission). Entered service in 1970; by 1974 all Israeli Centurions were upgraded (Mk 13 armour) and had a pintle mounted .50 cal HMG. upgrades received by Sho't Kal tanks , including a new turret rotating mechanism, a new gun stabiliser, a new fire-control system

 

Magach 3Modernized M48A1/A2C/A3. The modifications included British 105 mm L7 cannon, low profile commander's cupola, upgraded communication suite, a 750 hp diesel engine Continental AVDS-1790-2A withAllison CD-850-6 transmission. and with Blazer ERA

 

Tiran 4 :Captured T-54 tanks pressed into service by Israel. Often given stowage bins on the sides and rear of the turret in order to give it a different silhouette from normal T-54s and T-55s. Starting around 1969, the 105mm IMI L7/M68 was also fitted to these tanks, using the original breach of the 100mm D-10.

 

Would probably play and be balanced more like the WZ-120 currently than the T-54 given the 105mm IMI L7/M68. The use of the original D-10 breach means it should keep its 5 degrees of gun depression. Note: The blue paint is because of use by friendly forces in Lebanon.

 

Tiran 5:Similar to the Tiran 4, this would feature the 105mm IMI L7/M68 cannon, and a much more distinct turret featuring the additional stowage boxes. Could also feature a new American engine and redesigned engine deck that was part of the Samovar project.

Note: the rear storage bin on the Tiran 4/5s was called a hammock.

 

Tiran 6:This was the T-62 with an American diesel engine by General Motors. The main purpose of the engine switch was more to a matter of standardization, than to enhance the tank’s capabilities. The gun was the original smoothbore 115mm U-5TS.
with a US-made radio
and US-made MG mounted on the turret.

M-107 175 m"m "Romach"

M-110 203 m"m "Kardom" SPG 

https://youtube.com/...?v=SHBNSKmIGIg 
 

 

 


Edited by MeToRaFs, 07 January 2016 - 07:31 PM.


MeToRaFs #2 Posted 07 January 2016 - 04:46 PM

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Tech* (made a mistake in the title ^^)

demon_tank #3 Posted 07 January 2016 - 05:01 PM

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So basically another clone based tree ? Sweet.

MeToRaFs #4 Posted 07 January 2016 - 05:14 PM

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View Postdemon_tank, on 07 January 2016 - 05:01 PM, said:

So basically another clone based tree ? Sweet.

 

It's clone based tree if you change 90% from the tank? 

Send__nUdes #5 Posted 07 January 2016 - 05:29 PM

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So you want a tech tree with only possible tier 9s and 10s ? Because that is what you have there ...

 

To have a full tech tree first you need to have '20 - '30 era tanks in low tiers (tier 1-3 or 4),  WW2 era tanks for mid tiers (tier 4-8 or 9), late WW2 and post WW2 era tanks for top tier (tier 9 and 10)

 

Since Israel  did not exist before and during the WW2 all you have left are top tier tanks , tier 9 and 10. 

 

 

PS: in the "other game" will be a full Merkava line . :)


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MeToRaFs #6 Posted 07 January 2016 - 05:50 PM

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View PostOMGimbadASS, on 07 January 2016 - 05:29 PM, said:

So you want a tech tree with only possible tier 9s and 10s ? Because that is what you have there ...

 

To have a full tech tree first you need to have '20 - '30 era tanks in low tiers (tier 1-3 or 4),  WW2 era tanks for mid tiers (tier 4-8 or 9), late WW2 and post WW2 era tanks for top tier (tier 9 and 10)

 

Since Israel  did not exist before and during the WW2 all you have left are top tier tanks , tier 9 and 10. 

 

 

PS: in the "other game" will be a full Merkava line . :)

 

Watch the picture.. we* (= mate of mine) made full sketch of the tree

Send__nUdes #7 Posted 07 January 2016 - 06:37 PM

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View PostMeToRaFs, on 07 January 2016 - 06:50 PM, said:

 

Watch the picture.. we* (= mate of mine) made full sketch of the tree

 

Yea man, i saw it.

 

That is why i said you have only tier 9s and 10s.

I hope you understand that like this all the countries in the world will want a tech tree in the game...



AtaMat #8 Posted 07 January 2016 - 11:19 PM

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I do neeeed to see isreali's tanks.

 

Markva prot wes in prodakt in 1974.

"... Israel Tal, who was serving as a brigade commander after the Suez Crisis, restarted plans to produce an Israeli-made tank, drawing on lessons from the 1973 Yom Kippur War, in which Israeli forces were outnumbered by those of the Middle East's Arab nations.[11]

By 1974, initial designs were completed and prototypes were built. After a brief set of trials, work began to retool the Tel HaShomerordnance depot for full-time development and construction."

https://en.m.wikiped...rg/wiki/Merkava



YAAKOVAVITAN #9 Posted 08 January 2016 - 05:33 AM

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View PostAtaMat, on 07 January 2016 - 10:19 PM, said:

I do neeeed to see isreali's tanks.

 

Markva prot wes in prodakt in 1974.

"... Israel Tal, who was serving as a brigade commander after the Suez Crisis, restarted plans to produce an Israeli-made tank, drawing on lessons from the 1973 Yom Kippur War, in which Israeli forces were outnumbered by those of the Middle East's Arab nations.[11]

By 1974, initial designs were completed and prototypes were built. After a brief set of trials, work began to retool the Tel HaShomerordnance depot for full-time development and construction."

https://en.m.wikiped...rg/wiki/Merkava

 

Merkava 1 prototype

https://www.youtube....h?v=-La5qmpOvGU






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