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Iljuschin IL-10

Iljuschin IL-10

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IL-10

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Totals
1380000 Kosten
800 Überlebensfähigkeit
6496 kgGewicht
396 Schaden
Speed
1270.4 Fluggeschwindigkeit
530 km/hV(max.) auf Meeresspiegel
530 km/hV(max.) bei opt. Flughöhe
700 mOptimale Höhe
650 km/hMax. Sturzfluggeschw.
60.6 m/Sek.Steigrate
90 km/hGeschwindigkeit Strömungsabriss
288 km/hOptimale Fluggeschwindigkeit
Mobility
65.3 Steuerbarkeit
16.6 Sek.Mittlere Zeit für 360-Grad-Kurve
60 °/Sek.Rollrate
831.2 Manövrierbarkeit
VII
Iljuschin IL-10
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Drastischer Umbau der IL-2, 1944 entwickelt. Kam zum Ende des Zweiten Weltkrieges und im Koreakrieg zum Einsatz.

Motor

Motor

Stufe Motor Motorleistung, PS / Schub Typ Gewicht, kg Kosten,
IX NAME_MODULE_AM-43_SPEC_TOP_IL-10_1 2300 wassergekühlt 1050 157700
IX AM-43 2300 wassergekühlt 1050 157700
Flügelmontierte Waffe

Flügelmontierte Waffe

Stufe Maschinengewehr Kaliber Mündungsgeschwindigkeit, m/Sek. Schaden Feuerrate, Schuss/Min. Gewicht, kg Kosten,
VI 23 mm VYa-23 (F) 23 1440 110 390 90 34160
VIII WEAPON_NAME_G23MM-NS-23-K_SPEC_TOP_IL-10_1 23 1440 125 420 90 63540
Flugwerk

Flugwerk

Stufe Flugwerk Überlebensfähigkeit Gewicht, kg Kosten,
VII IL-10 800 5228 64000
VIII IL-10M 900 5412 120000
Flügelmontierte Waffe

Flügelmontierte Waffe

Stufe Maschinengewehr Kaliber Mündungsgeschwindigkeit, m/Sek. Schaden Feuerrate, Schuss/Min. Gewicht, kg Kosten,
IV 7.62 mm ShKAS (1941) (F) 7.62 960 34 1500 30 4945
VIII 23 mm NS-23 (F) 23 1440 125 420 90 63540
Turm

Turm

Stufe Turm Kaliber Maschinengewehr Schaden Feuerrate, Schuss/Min. Gewicht, kg Kosten,
VIII 20 mm B-20EN 13.2 1 120 30 5 186000
VIII 20 mm B-20EN 13.2 1 120 30 5 186000
Außenwaffe

Außenwaffe

Stufe Bomben Schadensradius, m Schaden Gewicht, kg Kosten,
IV FAB-100 60 2100 100 700
V WEAPON_NAME_FAB-250_SPEC_TOP_IL-10_1 75 4400 250 1200
Außenwaffe

Außenwaffe

Stufe Raketen Schadensradius, m Schaden Gewicht, kg Kosten,
VII ROFS-132 45 1200 23 550


Compatible Equipment

Compatible Consumables

Player Opinion

Pros and Cons

Pros:


  • Fastest piston ground attacker currently in-game
  • Amazing maneuverability, can be used to dogfight without much problems
  • Well-rounded and able to be an escort fighter to groups of ground-attack aircraft
  • Can climb vertically for a short period of time and follow enemies other ground attackers cannot
  • Reliable and strong armament - quad NS-23 cannons grind enemy planes in no times, especially on short distances, while the upgraded rockets are amazing both at anti-air and anti-surface duties for their tier, especially when eleminating low-flying enemy ground attack aircraft



Cons:


  • Inaccurate cannons
  • Rollrate somehow negates the great turn time in some situations
  • Painful stock grind, the 37mm cannons of the IL-2 (t) do not carry over; you have to start with the VYa cannons and machine guns of a normal IL-2 and collect a lot of XP to get the NS-23 cannon and IL-10M airframe which are necessary to mount the four 23mm cannons
  • costs more than the IL-8
  • bombload is not upgraded


Performance

Upon your first flight in the IL-10 you'll immediately notice a change in playstyle. No longer is the IL a flying brick but even comparable to heavy fighters in terms of maneuvering. The stock armament is borderline useless versus tier 7 ground targets, but still packs a decent punch versus enemy aircraft, and the IL-10 is more than suited to fight them. When in top config, almost nothing changes compared to the stock version in terms of maneuverability, while the speed goes up. Use your FAB-100 bombs as traps and your rockets versus low-flying aircraft or engage ground targets, though it may seem a waste to squander the IL-10's potential on targets, especially when your team has IL-8s, which are better in that role. The IL-10 is an unusual ground attack aircraft, but one that can provide hours of fun.


Historical Info

In 1943 Ilyushin began work on a new aircraft Il-1, which was to be a 1- or 2-seat heavy armoured interceptor, meant primarily for countering enemy bombers and transports. The Il-1 was similar to Il-2 in design, but was more modern and compact, powered by a new Mikulin engine AM-42. The airforce however gave up the idea of heavy armoured fighters, due to their poor speed, too low to intercept modern bombers. As a result, Ilyushin decided to turn the Il-1 into a 2-seat ground attack fighter - bomber, and changed it designation to Il-10 in early 1944 (odd numbers were reserved for pursuit fighters). In the spring of 1944, the first Il-10 was flown, and underwent state trials in June, with success.

Pilot V.K.Kokkinaki made the first test flight on April 18, 1944. The State Defense Committee (GKO) decided on August 23, 1944 to put the Il-10 into serial production as a new ground attack plane.

The high speed, maneuverability and effective armour protection mark the great fighting qualities of the Il-10. The Il-10 could effectively engage opposing fighters at lower altitudes.

Its armament was similar to late Il-2s, with two 7.62mm ShKAS machine-guns and two 23mm NS-23 cannon or (four NS-23 cannon) in the wing. The new Il-10 featured a 20mm BT-20 cannon in a rear-facing turret operated by the gunner. The plane carried a 882lb bomb load, plus eight 82mm RS 82 (or 132mm RS 132) rockets.

Production ended in 1949, after 4600 Il-10s built (in is last two years, Il-10s were produced in factory no. 64).


Sources and External Links

ko:Plane:Il-10