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vuque #1 Posted 07 July 2018 - 01:11 PM

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Hello Commanders,
 

Even More Polish Tanks on Supertest

We’re starting the closed test of the 25TP KSUST II, a Tier V Polish medium. This vehicle sports good mobility and great gun depression, and the alpha damage of its gun is slightly above average for its tier and class. The 25TP’s armor isn’t bad for a Tier V medium either: while it doesn’t lend reliable protection against tier-mates’ shots, you’ll worry less about the mosquito bites of lower tier vehicles. To sum it all up, the 25TP is a classic medium introducing the player to the gameplay of the Polish mid-tier tanks.

Depending on the test results, the 25TP’s stats may change. Make sure to follow the news and have luck on your side in battle!

 

 

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Edited by vuque, 07 July 2018 - 01:12 PM.


xx984 #2 Posted 07 July 2018 - 08:24 PM

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So there is also Polish mediums? as well as the heavy line? 

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View Postxx984, on 07 July 2018 - 08:24 PM, said:

So there is also Polish mediums? as well as the heavy line? 

 

Mid tiers are medium.

Heavy line start from tier VII.

 



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View PostExoticFireCorps, on 07 July 2018 - 07:33 PM, said:

 

Mid tiers are medium.

Heavy line start from tier VII.

 

 

ah

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View PostRazNaRok, on 08 July 2018 - 10:02 AM, said:

[...]

7.

Incorrect base color of all polish vehicles

Base color of armor of polish vehicles is now a variation of so called Polish Aviation Khaki... in clearly shades of brown.

Nobiles nr 499 (CMYK C45 M60 Y82 K38), Nobiles nr 469 (CMYK C46 M70 Y75 K54)

It should be Khaki used by Polish Armored forces, with have clear shades of Dark Olive Grab

Nobiles nr 482, (CMYK C52 M56 Y85 K44)

[...]

View PostRevanche25, on 26 May 2018 - 05:18 PM, said:

The "Polish khaki" paints were delivered to WP by only two companies Nobiles from Włocławek and PORSA from Radom, the templates of both companies were either found or recreated from the company's advertising folders.

The most important information in WP was used:

  • oil paints, commonly called oil paints;
  • asphalt varnishes, that is today's bitumen;
  • nitrocellulose and acetylcellulose lacquers;
  • varnishes and spirit paints.

Varnishes and paints were prepared differently - with a different degree of compaction, with additions of natural resins, etc.

"Early Polish khaki" (FS 20122) - was a fairly light color, brownish with a tendency to fade and assume a shade even brighter, it was susceptible to atmospheric factors for this is referred to as semi-matte.

"Medium Polish khaki" (the closest to it will be US Olive Drab or late dirty olive) - supplied by PORSA, famous for fast-drying varnishes of very high quality, resistant to atmospheric factors, slightly more greenish color and corresponding to the olive color from the Nobiles template.

"Late Polish khaki" (mixture 1: 1 FS 30097 and FS 34084) - brown without shade of green, clearly darker than the previous one, corresponding to the bronzial color (original spelling) from the Nobiles pattern, referred to by the Germans as brown or brown. Sometimes it was designated as FS 30108.

Khaki (FS 30118) was applicable only on school airplanes covered with canvas produced by PWS from Biała Podlaska - it is even brighter than the "early khaki" PZL and slightly more olive-greenish.

Having in mind the combination of dark green and dark brown, I meant this color (Nobiles)

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Although it seems too dark, its color corresponds approximately to the greenish-brown color regarded as "medium khaki", I would not offend if our tanks were also in the color "Late Polish khaki"

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or gray

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View PostRazNaRok, on 08 July 2018 - 11:32 AM, said:

 

 

VS.

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Maybach 12-Zylinder Typ HL 108/120 TR Bedienungsanleitung
 

 

12-Zylinder Maybachmotor, Typ HL 108/120 TR
Beschreibung und Behandlungs-Vorschrift für den
12-Zylinder-Vergasermotor, Bauart HL 108/120
TR, Ausgabe 12/1936mit 300/320 PS, 10,8 +
11,9 Liter Hubraum

 

Germany's Engine

Name Cylinders Fuel / Octane Coolant Capacity (liters) Power (PS) RPM
Adler Standard 61,4 61,4 Gasoline1   2.914 601,4 3,2004
Büssing-NAG G         60-70  
Büssing-NAG L8V4 V-84 Gasoline4 Water4 7.9134 1504, 155 3,0004
8.3634 1804
Daimler-Benz MO91 61 Gasoline1     60-70, 651  
Daimler-Benz MB 5091 V-121 Gasoline Water   1,0801 2,400
Horch 3.51,4 V-81,4 Gasoline1,4 Water4 3.51774 751,4, 90 3,6004
Horch 3.81,4 V-81,4 Gasoline1,4 Water4 3.8234 811, 901,4 3,6004
Krupp M3052,4,5 H-44, 42 Gasoline2,4 Air2,4 3.464, 3.52 574,5, 602 2,5002,4
Magirus s88     Water      
Maybach NL38TR1,2,4,5 I-61,4, 62,5 Gasoline1,2,4,5 Water2,4 3.7914, 3.82 1001,2,4,5 3,0002,4
Maybach HL42TRKM1,4,
Maybach HL42TUKRM1,4,
Maybach HL42TRKMS4
I-61,4 Gasoline1,4 Water,4 4.1984 1001,4 3,0004
Maybach HL45P4,
Maybach HL45Z4
I-61,4 Gasoline1,4 Water4 4.6784 1501,4 3,8004
Maybach HL50P4 I-64 Gasoline4 Water4 4.9954 1804 4,0004
Maybach HL54TUKRM4 I-64 Gasoline4 Water4 5.4204 1154 2,6004
Maybach HL57TR2,4 I-64, 62 Gasoline2,4 Water2,4 5.6984, 5.72 1302,4 2,6002,4
Maybach HL62TR1,2,4/TRM2,4 ,
Maybach HL62TUK4
I-61,4, 62 Gasoline1,2,4 Water2,4 6.1914, 6.22 1401,2,4, 130 2,6002,4
Maybach HL66P4 I-64 Gasoline4 Water4 6.7544 1804 2,8004
Maybach HL85TUKRM4 V-124 Gasoline4 Water4 8.524 1854 2,5004
Maybach HL904 V-124 Gasoline4 Water4 9.994 3604 3,6004
Maybach HL108TR2,4,
Maybach HL108TUKRM4
V-124, 122 Gasoline2,4 Water2,4 10.8384, 10.82 2504, 2302 3,0004, 2,6002
Maybach HL1164 I-64 Gasoline4 Water4 11.0484 3004 3,3004
Maybach HL120TR/TRM1,2,3,4,5 ,
Maybach HL120TRM1124
V-121,4 
122,3,5
Gasoline1,2,3,4,5 / 74 Water2,3,4 11.8674, 11.92,3 3001,2,4,5, 295, 245, 2651,2, 320 
TRM112: 2724
3,0003,4 
TRM: 2,6002 
TRM112: 2,8004
Maybach HL157P4 V-124 Gasoline4 Water4 15.584 5504 3,5004
Maybach HL1744 V-124 Gasoline4 Water4 19.1444 5504 3,0004
Maybach HL210P452,4 V-124, 122 Gasoline2,4 Water2,4 21.3534, 21.32 6502,4 3,0002,4
Maybach HL2244 V-124 Gasoline4 Water4 21.3534 6004 3,0004
Maybach HL230P301,3,4,5,
Maybach HL230P451,3,4,5
122,3,5 
V-121,4
P30: Diesel5 
P45: Gasoline1,3,4,5
Water3,4 232,3, 23.0954 6001, 7001,3,4,5 3,0003,4
Maybach HL2341,4 V-121,4 Gasoline1,4 Water4 23.0954 8004, 1,2001 3,0004
Porsche 1004 V-104 Gasoline4 Air4 104 2104 2,5004
Porsche 101/14 V-104 Gasoline4 Air4 15.064 3204 2,5004

Sources:

  1. The Encyclopedia of Tanks and Armored Fighting Vehicles - The Comprehensive Guide to Over 900 Armored Fighting Vehicles From 1915 to the Present Day, General Editor: Christopher F. Foss, 2002
  2. Panzer Truppen The Complete Guide to the Creation and Combat Employment of Germany's Tank Force 1933-1942, Thomas L. Jentz, 1996
  3. Panzer Truppen The Complete Guide to the Creation and Combat Employment of Germany's Tank Force 1943-1945, Thomas L. Jentz, 1996
  4. Encyclopedia of German Tanks of World War Two, Peter Chamberlain and Hilary Doyle, 1999
  5. The Encyclopedia of Weapons of World War II, Chris Bishop, 1998

"Our dear" WG I know that you are so busy working on creating models of Polish tanks, but that's no reason to go easy.
We admired for the fact that on the B.B.T.Br.Panc model you even mapped the planned 81 mm mortar,

but what does it do on the KSUS II model?

Although the RazNaRok drew your attention, still in Polish tanks using the suspension from the T-30.


Edited by Revanche25, 09 July 2018 - 03:16 PM.





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