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- Jan 14, 2007
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redstar72 said:TsKB-23 – experimental aircraft with slotted wing (project only)
dabbler said:Really TsKB started in february 1930 and worked on the following planes
- Polikarpov I-5
– Grigorovich LSh-M-17 (ЛШ) attack biplane (was transfered into TSh-2)
– Grigorovich TSh-2M-17 armoured attack biplane (TSh-1 was Tupolev project).
- Grigorovich DI-3M-17 two seat fighter
- Grigorovich ShON-M-17
– Grigorovich I-Z fighter No.7
– Grigorovich TB-5 heavy bomber
Fragment of report from June 1931
hesham said:redstar72 said:TsKB-23 – experimental aircraft with slotted wing (project only)
My dear Redstar,
what was this aircraft and from which company ?,I only find an Info about it here;
Boogey said:Fine, the problem has been solved, anyway the TsKB No. 23 ( nor TsKB No. 29 ) is NOT an aircraft, contrary to the TsKB-23 and TsKB-29 machines.
TsKB-14 – Polikarpov DI-7 two-seat fighter (I-17 derivative, project only)
My dear Borovik,TsKB-14 – Polikarpov DI-7 two-seat fighter (I-17 derivative, project only)
From Aviation magazine 1956,of course it was a Project only,
The 1936 DI-7 is the last two-seat fighter, built in U.R.S.S. Like the DI-6, it is a
sesquiplane single engine with train retractable. No details, no illustration have
not been published on this device whose maximum speed is given for 400 km.h.