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T-90A obr. 2005 http://i.imgur.com/xMPQ5QQ.png http://i.imgur.com/JecdYBm.jpg http://i.imgur.com/1CiUITy.jpg http://i.imgur.com/8BpnkSt.jpg http://militaryrussia.ru/i/284/294/LyUUM.jpg http://militaryrussia.ru/i/284/294/4M80m.jpg http://militaryrussia.ru/i/284/294/WvRII.jpg http://alternathistory.org.ua/files/100411_osnovnoi-boevoi-tank-rossii-t-90_13.jpg A - As I have pointed out before, the glacis angle of the slope is too steep, or it is moved too far to the front. There isn’t a plateau like that on the real tank. B - There is a beak on the lower center of glacis on the T-90A as opposed to T-72B K-5 Era. C - Exhaust on the T-90A is pointed downwards with a nozzle. D - NV light is missing. E - Navigational light is missing. F - Era Block is too small, and is not at an angle. G - Main ERA block should be attache further towards the angle of the turret. H - This ERA block is oversized, and perhaps should have a different angle. I - ERA block is missing. J - There is no side cover for ERA. T-72B3 obr. 2013 http://i.imgur.com/tfVqvJL.jpg http://i.imgur.com/BSvotaG.jpg http://cdn.topwar.ru/uploads/posts/2013-08/1377065563_02.jpg http://72-35.ru/published/publicdata/7235/attachments/SC/products_pictures/B35089.jpg http://army-news.ru/images_stati/tank_T72B3_2.jpg A- As I have pointed out before, the glacis angle of the slope is too steep, or it is moved too far to the front. There isn’t a plateau like that on the real tank. B- All rear ERA seems to be missing. C - The proper stowed away position for commander’s HMG on the T-72B series is actually reversed, so in the current position the commander would essentially be blind without the ability to check his surroundings without opening the hatch. T-64BV obr 1985 http://i.imgur.com/rT4wzuO.jpg http://i.imgur.com/QZyeWcv.jpg http://i.imgur.com/KpXT3iJ.jpg http://www.tankinfo.ru/Country/SSSR/3/T-64/images/T-64BV.png http://cp12.nevsepic.com.ua/8-5/1355088532-0882243-www.nevsepic.com.ua.jpg http://worldweapon.ru/images/tank/t64/t64_28.jpg http://www.vestnik-rm.ru/userfiles/pm.jpg A - As I have pointed out before, the glacis angle of the slope is too steep, or it is moved too far to the front. There isn’t a plateau like that on the real tank. B - Front Steel cover is missing. It is a bit of a weird piece, but considering that Ukranian army is well supplied in CM:BS, this should be in. B-1 - Lower hull ERA line is missing C - Luna projector is considerably smaller on the real tank in comparison to ERA blocks for example. D - Rear navigation lights are missing. E - Whole ERA lineup on both sides of the turret is missing. It has two configurations “7 block” and “14 block”. Considering the side ERA is present in its longer configuration, 14 block side era piece makes sense. F - Crew rebreather and storage boxes on both sides are missing.
Hi all. Something about how Soviet based tanks looked in CM:BS was making me uneasy. It took me a while, but I think I finally figured it out. First "issue" is universal to all tanks, and consists of wrong glacis geometry. In real life K-5 era plate sticks out, but there isn't a large "plateu" after it as seen here.That leads me to believe that, either the angle of the slope is too steep, or it is moved too far to the front. The second issue, this one being a T-90A specific (but I decided to include it here anyways), is K-5 era not ending right on the angle, and wiring "cover" piece introduced in all T-90A's post 2005. The reference can be seen in previously attached image.