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 SU-85B is a tier 4 USSR [[Tank Destroyers|tank destroyer]] that is very similar to the [[SU-76]] in characteristics, except that it mounts a larger gun.  SU-85B is a tier 4 USSR [[Tank Destroyers|tank destroyer]] that is very similar to the [[SU-76]] in characteristics, except that it mounts a larger gun.
  
?Many players find that this [[Tank Destroyers|tank destroyer]] can double as a scout. Though not the fastest, it still proves effective. The SU-85B is able to perform reconnaissance with intent to survive, unlike others that are often times destroyed. Should you see someone noteworthy, many players chose to remain hidden and keep the target marked for attack. With a top speed of 43kph (26.7 mph) , and a view range of 410m (1345 feet), it has the ability to fire over long ranges and get away faster than most tanks in its tier, making it a great tank for sniping or hit and run tactics. Either way, should you chose to scout or attack, the AP round is able to make quick work of low-tier tanks, and damage some larger ones. The SU-85B is able to mount the D-5S 85-A and LB-2S guns, shooting 85mm rounds at 15 RPM. The 85B also has a camouflage bonus. All this comes at the cost of Hit Points and weak armor, meaning it can not really hold up to a lot of punishment. +Many players find that this [[Tank Destroyers|tank destroyer]] can double as a scout. Though not the fastest, it still proves effective. The SU-85B is able to perform reconnaissance with intent to survive, unlike others that are often times destroyed. Should you see someone noteworthy, many players chose to remain hidden and keep the target marked for attack. With a top speed of 43kph (26.7 mph) , and a view range of 410m (1345 feet), it has the ability to fire over long ranges and get away faster than most tanks in its tier, making it a great tank for sniping or hit and run tactics. Either way, should you choose to scout or attack, the AP round is able to make quick work of low-tier tanks, and damage some larger ones. The SU-85B is able to mount the D-5S 85-A and LB-2S guns, shooting 85mm rounds at 15 RPM. The 85B also has a camouflage bonus. All this comes at the cost of Hit Points and weak armor, meaning it can not really hold up to a lot of punishment.
  
 The SU-85B leads to [[SU-85]]. The SU-85B leads to [[SU-85]].

Revision as of 19:38, 6 September 2011

SU-85B

GAZ-74b
USSR TD Tier IV
Totals
Cost 158,300  Credits
Health 260
Weight/Load Limit 11.90/12.1t
Crew
4
Mobility
Engine Power 140hp
Speed Limit 43km/h
Traverse Speed 38deg/s
Armor
Hull Armor 30/15/15mm
Armament
Damage 83-138HP
Penetration 59-98mm
Rate of Fire 18.75r/m
Accuracy 0.38m
Aim time 2s
Gun Traverse 56deg/s
Gun Traverse Arc 22/22°
Gun Vertical Limits gunVerticalLimits
Ammo Capacity ammo
General
Chance of Fire 20%
View Range 410m
Signal Range 370m
Parent Contour-USSR-SU-76.png
Child Contour-USSR-SU-85.png
Values Are Stock // Top
USSR-GAZ-74b.png

SU-85B is a tier 4 USSR tank destroyer that is very similar to the SU-76 in characteristics, except that it mounts a larger gun.

Many players find that this tank destroyer can double as a scout. Though not the fastest, it still proves effective. The SU-85B is able to perform reconnaissance with intent to survive, unlike others that are often times destroyed. Should you see someone noteworthy, many players chose to remain hidden and keep the target marked for attack. With a top speed of 43kph (26.7 mph) , and a view range of 410m (1345 feet), it has the ability to fire over long ranges and get away faster than most tanks in its tier, making it a great tank for sniping or hit and run tactics. Either way, should you choose to scout or attack, the AP round is able to make quick work of low-tier tanks, and damage some larger ones. The SU-85B is able to mount the D-5S 85-A and LB-2S guns, shooting 85mm rounds at 15 RPM. The 85B also has a camouflage bonus. All this comes at the cost of Hit Points and weak armor, meaning it can not really hold up to a lot of punishment.

The SU-85B leads to SU-85.
















Modules

Gun
Tr
Nm
Dam
Pen
RoF
Acr
Aim
Pr
Wt
05V
76 mm ZiS-3
110/110/156(HP)
78/120/38(mm)
18.75(r/m)
0.38(m)
2.0(s)
00034 840 34 840 Credits.png
1 255 1 255(kg)
06VI
57 mm ZiS-2
85/85/95(HP)
112/189/29(mm)
22.22(r/m)
0.30(m)
1.5(s)
00062 210 62 210 Credits.png
0850 850(kg)
06VI
85 mm D-5S-85A
160/160/280(HP)
117/161/43(mm)
15.38(r/m)
0.36(m)
2.0(s)
00081 930 81 930 Credits.png
1 500 1 500(kg)
06VI
85 mm LB-2S
160/160/280(HP)
130/170/44(mm)
15.38(r/m)
0.33(m)
2.5(s)
00086 550 86 550 Credits.png
1 550 1 550(kg)

Turret
SPGs and TDs don't have turret modules

Engine
Tr
Nm
Pw
CoF
Pr
Wt
03III
GAZ-203
0140 140(h.p.)
020 20%
00003 830 3 830 Credits.png
0362 362(kg)
03III
GAZ-203F
0158 158(h.p.)
020 20%
00004 120 4 120 Credits.png
0362 362(kg)
03III
GMC
0210 210(h.p.)
015 15%
00004 500 4 500 Credits.png
0400 400(kg)

Suspension
Tr
Nm
LL
Tv
Pr
Wt
03III
SU-85A
12.1 12.1(t)
038 38(d/s)
00001 800 1 800 Credits.png
3 000 3 000(kg)
04IV
SU-85B
14.5 14.5(t)
040 40(d/s)
00004 510 4 510 Credits.png
3 000 3 000(kg)

Radio
Tr
Nm
SR
Pr
Wt
04IV
9R
0370 370(m)
00001 980 1 980 Credits.png
0100 100(kg)
08VIII
9RM
0600 600(m)
00024 240 24 240 Credits.png
0100 100(kg)

Historical Info

The SU-85B (really the GAZ-74b), was a prototype based on the SU-76. The second variant (GAZ-74b), was similar to the SU-IT-76, recommended by NII-13. The vehicle had a low silhouette, was well-armored (45mm glacis plate) with sloped armor, and was armed with the 76 mm S-1 Gun (the same gun was mounted on the serially produced SU-76i). The new tank killer was to receive the GMC-71 diesel engine. The GAZ-74b was built, underwent factory testing, and on the whole approved by military personnel. Under the designation SU-76-I (not to be mistaken for SU-76i) or SU-74, it was subjected to government tests. However, in 1943, the arming of these vehicles with the 76 mm gun with a long barrel (41-calibres) was already considered inadequate for combat with heavy German tanks. The cost significantly exceeded the that of the SU-76, which was already being mass produced. Therefore, the fate of the GAZ-74b was sealed.



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Japan
Czechoslovakia
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