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  1. Tank You
    U-47 got a reaction from Ramlaen in Vehicles of the PLA: Now with refreshing new topic title!   
    A interview to Type96 tank's power system director.
    Here are some points from this interview (in case you don't know these):
    1, Type96's diesel engine is called Type150 (which means its cylinder's diameter is 150mm ), the "old" type150 of Type96 (not Type96B) is developed from T-34's V2 500HP engine with turbocharger, its power output is 730HP.
    2, Type96A uses a improved version which has 800HP output.
    3, Type96B uses a completely new Type150 engine which is developed from Type99's engine (with different numbers of cylinders), its power output is 1000HP.
    4, There are 12 Type96B tanks as for now.
  2. Tank You
    U-47 got a reaction from Belesarius in Vehicles of the PLA: Now with refreshing new topic title!   
    A interview to Type96 tank's power system director.
    Here are some points from this interview (in case you don't know these):
    1, Type96's diesel engine is called Type150 (which means its cylinder's diameter is 150mm ), the "old" type150 of Type96 (not Type96B) is developed from T-34's V2 500HP engine with turbocharger, its power output is 730HP.
    2, Type96A uses a improved version which has 800HP output.
    3, Type96B uses a completely new Type150 engine which is developed from Type99's engine (with different numbers of cylinders), its power output is 1000HP.
    4, There are 12 Type96B tanks as for now.
  3. Tank You
    U-47 got a reaction from SH_MM in Vehicles of the PLA: Now with refreshing new topic title!   
    A interview to Type96 tank's power system director.
    Here are some points from this interview (in case you don't know these):
    1, Type96's diesel engine is called Type150 (which means its cylinder's diameter is 150mm ), the "old" type150 of Type96 (not Type96B) is developed from T-34's V2 500HP engine with turbocharger, its power output is 730HP.
    2, Type96A uses a improved version which has 800HP output.
    3, Type96B uses a completely new Type150 engine which is developed from Type99's engine (with different numbers of cylinders), its power output is 1000HP.
    4, There are 12 Type96B tanks as for now.
  4. Tank You
    U-47 got a reaction from Khand-e in Vehicles of the PLA: Now with refreshing new topic title!   
    A interview to Type96 tank's power system director.
    Here are some points from this interview (in case you don't know these):
    1, Type96's diesel engine is called Type150 (which means its cylinder's diameter is 150mm ), the "old" type150 of Type96 (not Type96B) is developed from T-34's V2 500HP engine with turbocharger, its power output is 730HP.
    2, Type96A uses a improved version which has 800HP output.
    3, Type96B uses a completely new Type150 engine which is developed from Type99's engine (with different numbers of cylinders), its power output is 1000HP.
    4, There are 12 Type96B tanks as for now.
  5. Tank You
    U-47 got a reaction from Khand-e in Vehicles of the PLA: Now with refreshing new topic title!   
    A lot of Chinese people who knows nothing about AFV tech simply blamed that how can a "armored" vehcile couldn't resist a incoming shell and our soliders got hit and died.
    Of course, we know that there is no way a wheeled APC/IFV can resist mortar's direct hit, and even Type04 IFV or some other Chinese tracked modern IFVs can hardy resist such hit else, so the best hope we have on such thing is a heavy APC based on Type59 (T-54A copy) tank which just tested this year (sorry there is no photo of this APC, just a offical list named it).
    But what is even worse is the Sudan army got T-72AV MBT outside, what if they fire at us like this time for whatever misfire reason? Obviously even if we do have a Type59 tank based heavy APC, it still couldn't resist a 125mm APFSDS.
  6. Tank You
    U-47 got a reaction from Khand-e in Vehicles of the PLA: Now with refreshing new topic title!   
    Hi, guys, I am a Chinese who happens to found here.
    According to a friend of the manufacturer TieMa company (in English as Iron Horse, but I don't know if it uses such English name or sth else, this company builted these Type92 IFV, and this event makes a lot of Chinese blame them that they made a weak AFV that couldn't protect our soliders), the one that hit the Type92 is a 60mm mortar, and the roof armor where it hits is 5mm.
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