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Can use Aim-9 M and L.

 

No way, I don't think they are nor have I ever seen any of them being able to use or be armed with Aim-9s or any American missiles. It would be Chinese or at most Russian missiles

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What's about the skin please ?
It's the skin for the two countries that have the JF-17 in their inventory, if I remember correctly. US and Russia skins wouldn't really make sense, don't you think? ;)

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PLAAF doesn't operate JF-17s but Deka does plan to include some fictional skins for it (alongside USAF & Russian Air Force ones) based on this post from 2017.
The Chinese produce it under its original designation, as the Chengdu FC-1... the JF-17 is the pakistani designation of the export version. So we may have some small differences in specific systems and maybe weapon access to Chinese weapons. ;)

EDIT: you are correct, the Chinese air force does not fly it themselves...


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No way, I don't think they are nor have I ever seen any of them being able to use or be armed with Aim-9s or any American missiles. It would be Chinese or at most Russian missiles

 

 

Eh, the Pakistani Air Force flies Vipers so I wouldn't be surprised if they integrated the AIM-9 in the JF-17 too.

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Eh, the Pakistani Air Force flies Vipers so I wouldn't be surprised if they integrated the AIM-9 in the JF-17 too.

 

They can't just freely integrate an American missile onto a Chinese or Russian platform like that. Doing so would mean huge consequences like confiscation of weapons and other stuff. They would require permission from both supplying countries to make it happen

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They can't just freely integrate an American missile onto a Chinese or Russian platform like that. Doing so would mean huge consequences like confiscation of weapons and other stuff. They would require permission from both supplying countries to make it happen

Supposedly the JF-17 system architecture has no problem integrating various weapons. And on WIKI (I know extremely reliable) it says they can carry them. But I think for Pakistan/any operator it would come down to if there is really a benefit worth the effort of enabling the aim-9s on the aircraft. Due to maintenance, spares, and whatever complications that would come from such an action.

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Well Pakistani F-7PG which is using aim-9 and it is chines (Chengdu J-7) but I agree, one needs permission to operate and integrate.

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KLJ radar?

 

JF-17 Block I is KLJ-7 radar (2002):

klj7-300x216.jpg

 

Manufacturer: NRIET (Nanjing Research Institute of Electronic Technology)

Détection Range 4m2: ~80km

Type: MSA

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Targets engaged simultaneously: 2

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Max Vertical detection angle: -..°/+..° <...° ?

 

Features:

 

Guidance for medium/long range missiles.

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Low sidelobe slotted plane array antenna technique.

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Any info on LS-6 PBG variants we get with JF-17? And will it be possible to double or tripple rack them on a single pylon?

 

From what I can find there are several different variants:

 

500kg

250kg

100kg

50kg

 

The LS-6 100kg is quite close to the GBU-39/SDB in terms of weight. A bit lighter.

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Any info on LS-6 PBG variants we get with JF-17? And will it be possible to double or tripple rack them on a single pylon?

 

From what I can find there are several different variants:

 

500kg

250kg

100kg

50kg

 

The LS-6 100kg is quite close to the GBU-39/SDB in terms of weight. A bit lighter.

 

now we only add LS-6 500KG, so no dual rack for it.

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