F-01 Mil Mi-17 Hip 1:72
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The Mil Mi-17 (NATO reporting name: Hip) was a Soviet and current Russian military helicopter in production at two factories in Kazan and Ulan-Ude. It is known as the Mi-8M series in Russian service. The helicopter is mostly used as medium twin-turbine transport helicopter, as well as an armed gunship version.Developed from the basic Mi-8 airframe, the Mi-17 was fitted with the larger Klimov TV3-117MT engines, rotors, and transmission developed for the Mi-14, along with fuselage improvements for heavier loads. Optional engines for "hot and high" conditions are the 1545 kW (2070 shp) Isotov TV3-117VM. Recent exports to China and Venezuela for use in high mountains have the new Klimov VK-2500 version of the Klimov TV3-117 engine with FADEC control.
The designation Mi-17 is for export; Russian armed forces call it Mi-8MT. The Mi-17 can be recognized because it has the tail rotor on the port side instead of the starboard side, and dust shields in front of the engine intakes. Engine cowls are shorter than on the TV2-powered Mi-8, not extending as far over the cockpit, and an opening for a bleed air valve outlet is present forward of the exhaust.
- Model of the helicopter
- Assembly instructions
- Russian aviation CCCP transport squadron air base Moscow Russia 1980.
- Adhesive for plastic models with a brush
- Aviation Polish transport squadron air base Warsaw Łeczyca Poland 1990.
- Bulgarian Aviation Transport Squadron Air Base Plovdiv Bulgaria 1999.
- Hungarian aviation transport squadron air base Szolnok Hungary 1961.
- Czech aviation transport squadron air base Prerov Czech Republic 1962.
- Slovak aviation transport squadron air base Bratislava Slovakia 1980.
- Mexican aviation transport squadron Cartahena air base Mexico 1995.
- Ukrainian aviation transport squadron air base Zhytomir Ukraine 1990.
- Skill Level
- 4 (advanced)
- from '50
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