picture 2: single-seat fighter s2 AM-37picture 4: IOP 2 AM-37 ,variant1: low wing ; variant 2: middle wing design picture 6: general view of the aircraft I2M-92picture 7: may be my imagination, but I think i see the TK3 designation in the endpicture 8: general view of the .......TK3picture 9: general view of the single seat fighter with two M-107 motors
My 5 kopecks to this topicSINGLE-SEAT FIGHTER POWERED BY TWO M-107 ENGINES
Hi Brewerjerry,the No.5 was called IOP with 2 AM-38 engines,all its data is here;http://alternathistory.org.ua/istrebiteli-posukhogo-perioda-vtoroi-mirovoi-voiny
Also from Kryl'ya Rodine 5/1996,a more drawings to a Sukhoi Fighter Projects and the schedule to the plans from 1940up to 1943.
http://alternathistory.com/istrebiteli-posukhogo-perioda-vtoroi-mirovoi-voinyThis radiator arragement looks like Bv p.208.03.http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=26136.0;attach=558382;image
Pehaps. But it is also identical to the arrangement on the Sukhoi Su-1, which looks like this aircraft in many respects. The radiator arrangement is also conceptually similar to the arrangement used on the Il-2, although in the latter case air is taken in on top of the fuselage.
These fighters were predecessors of Su-8?
No, have not seen, I can confidently say that if these schemes are preserved, but neither V. Proklov nor anyone else in the press did not publish them. (tried to find its own reconstruction , side view, but he's probably on another computer)
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