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Old 02-08-2017, 03:27 PM   #1
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This article is from September 2016, I bet that most of the SU-33 assigned to Syria, already had installed the SVP-24 and tested in the battlefield in about 1000 A2G missions

http://www.janes.com/article/63822/r...mbing-computer

https://sputniknews.com/military/201...ir-wing-syria/
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Old 02-08-2017, 04:43 PM   #2
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I think a new MFD was also installed along with this SVP-24 modification.



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Indeed!

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I think a new MFD was also installed along with this SVP-24 modification.
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Old 02-23-2017, 09:09 AM   #5
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I think a new MFD was also installed along with this SVP-24 modification...
?? Out of curiosity, where? Don't see it in either image.
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Look at the row of buttons(by the red arrow in the attached image).
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?? Out of curiosity, where? Don't see it in either image.
In the Kunz picture you see that the MFD is not equal to the vanilla SU-33 (in the picture the MFD have buttons below like the A-10C/F-15C MFDs), the original SU-33 MFD was like the SU-27 (pic below)



Now the SVP-24 MFD in MAKS 2005 is the one of this picture and is 12 years old now


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Ahh... I thought you were referring to something on the left side. Got it. Thanks
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No the display upgrade didn't go to the extend of changing the cockpit layout as such - i.e. not a Su-27SM style one with multiple new displays, but merely replacing the IPV with an MFD.
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In the Kunz picture you see that the MFD is not equal to the vanilla SU-33 (in the picture the MFD have buttons below like the A-10C/F-15C MFDs), the original SU-33 MFD was like the SU-27 (pic below)


Interesting picture because I don't see the SPO-15 Beriyosa. Maybe one of the early TK test aircraft?
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