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T1_E6 (Stock)

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Totals
750 Price
250 Hit Points
8.95 / 11.1 kgWeight
Crew
  1. Commander
Armor
25/13/13Hull Armor(front/sides/rear, mm)
25/25/25Turret Armor(front/sides/rear, mm)
Maneuver
244 h.p.Engine Power
48.3 km/hSpeed Limit
48 deg/secTraverse Speed
Firepower
12 Standard Shell Damage
33 mmStandard Shell Penetration
7.66 Time for Complete Loading
41 deg/secTurret Traverse Speed
Communication
260 mView Range
325 mSignal Range
T1E6-X
II
T1E6-X
750
Experimental vehicles T1E4 through T1E6-X were heavily influenced by the British Vickers E. The first prototype was manufactured by the Cunningham corporation in 1931. After trials in 1932, an upgraded variant was built. However, a different experimental tank, the T2, was preferred.

The T1E6 was a New Year's gift tank given to players at the beginning of 2013 and has since appeared in gift shop bundles on a few occasions. A more advanced iteration of the T1 Cunningham, the T1E6 shares its thin armor, good speed, and 37mm semiautomatic gun. Unsurprisingly, the T1E6 behaves much like an improved T1, with upgraded speed, maneuverability, and gun handling characteristics.

T1E6-X

Stock

Level Turret Weight (t) Turret Armor (front/sides/rear, mm) Turret Traverse Speed (deg/s) View Range (m)
turret I T1-X 700 25/25/25 41 260
Level Gun Weight (t) Average Penetration (mm) Rate of Fire Dispersion at 100 m Aiming Time
gun II 20 mm Hispano Suiza Birgikt Gun M1 65 33/53 12/12 107.14 0.5 1.71
Level Engine Weight (t) Engine Power (h.p.) Chance of Fire on Impact
engine IV American LaFrance 312A V-12 800 244 20
Level Suspension Weight (t) Load Limit Traverse Speed (deg/s)
chassis I Vickers E-X 2000 11.1 48
Level Radio Weight (t) Signal Range (m)
radio II SCR 193 0 325

Compatible Equipment

Small Spall Liner
Camouflage Net
Coated Optics
Enhanced Gun Laying Drive
Improved Ventilation Class 1
Binocular Telescope
Toolbox

Compatible Consumables

Automatic Fire Extinguisher
Case of Cola
100-octane Gasoline
105-octane Gasoline
Manual Fire Extinguisher
Large First Aid Kit
Large Repair Kit
Small First Aid Kit
Small Repair Kit

Player Opinion

Pros and Cons

Pros:


  • Good acceleration, top speed, and maneuverability
  • Free AP ammo
  • Five-shot magazine with short large burst damage
  • Short clip reload time


Cons:


  • Poor penetration
  • Poor accuracy
  • Thin armor
  • Poor view range


Performance

The T1E6 at tier II is a later and more advanced version of the T1 Cunningham available at tier I. Players accustomed to the T1 will find that the T1E6 behaves similarly. The T1E6 is a typical light tank, with great speed, acceleration, and maneuverability. Its armor is thin, and will only protect the tank from occasional machinegun fire at certain angles. The T1E6 may be a typical light tank in these regards, but its poor view range will prevent it from being an effective scout like some other lights.

The T1E6 is armed with the same 37mm semiautomatic gun available on the T1 Cunningham and T2 Medium tank. The gun is highly inaccurate and has poor penetration and is thus only effective at close range. At close range however, the gun's five-shot magazine enables the T1E6 to do an average of 150 hitpoints of damage in just 2 seconds. Combined with a short reload of just 5 seconds, the T1E6 is capable of repeatedly dumping clips into enemy tanks quickly and efficiently. Capable of taking out most (or in some cases, all) of a tier II tank's health in one clip, the T1E6 is most dangerous late in the game where it can use its speed and maneuverability to single out damaged enemy tanks and quickly kill them with one clip.


Early Research

All modules are researched with the tank.


Historical Info

After tests with the T1 light tanks, it determined that a frontal engine was not desired. In 1931, the Cunningham corporation presented its design for an improved version of the T1 Cunningham, called the T1E4. Testing began in 1932 and the tank originally had a 110hp engine. The weak engine caused the vehicle to stall when turning and other various problems. It was then equipped with a more powerful 140hp V-8 Cunningham engine. Eventually, it was decided to give the tank a 244hp engine. This new tank was called the T1E6. However, even with the enlarged engine compartment, it was very crowded and difficult to service the engine. The project was eventually dropped.


Historical Gallery

Sources and External Links

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