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Soviet Aircraft Cockpit's and Instrument Panel Identification Guide

 

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Other Cockpit Guides

 

 

Words Often Used Interchangeably

  • Oil Temp - Radiator Temp: In some Russian cockpits, there are multiple Oil Temp Gauges, some are for Radiator Oil, some are for Engine Oil. If there are two oil temp gauges, Oil Temp of the combined ([Oil Temp] [Oil Pressure]/[Fuel Pressure]) Gauge is most likely the coolant, or Radiator Oil, the next is most likely the Engine Oil.

 

Common Character Identification

  • Температура: Temperature, usually used directly on Coolant or Oil Gauges.
  • помню!: Remember! 

 

Tip!

  • Head Movement: You can move your pilots head to get a better look inside the cockpit using head-movement controls.

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  • Devices: Sign into the forums from your Smartphone, Android or Tablet and view the guide for hands free and alt-tab free view of a cockpit.

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Aircraft Cockpit Interiors and Instrument Panels

  • *NOTE* Some cockpits might not have functioning gauges, or correctly positioned indicators.
  • Thanks: Thanks to Ledo for screening almost all of these cockpits for me! cause I'm a Russian nubbie level 6. 

 

 

Polikarpov Design Bureau

 

Polikarpov I-16

  • Some gauges might not be modeled correctly.

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OKB-115 Yak Aviation Company

  • Yak Fuel Gauges are located on the Port and Starboard wings, and do not currently function. Thanks to Loftz0r for informing me.

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Yakovlev Yak-1 

 
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Yakovlev Yak-1b

 

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Yakovlev Yak-7b

 

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Yakovlev Yak 3

  • Yak-3 VK 107
  • Yak-3p

 

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Yakovlev Yak 9

  • Yak-9b

 

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Yak-9K

  • Yak-9M
  • Yak-9T
  • Yak-9U
  • Yak-9UT
  • Yak-9P

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Yakovlev Yak 15

  • Thanks a bunch to Trilandian for helping me out on this one. 

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OKB-301 Lavochkin Research and Production Association

  • The second oil gauges found are Engine Oil Temps.

 

Lavochkin-Gorbunov-Gudkov LaGG-3

  • LaGG-3-8 
  • LaGG-3-11
  • LaGG-3-35
  • LaGG-3-66 

 

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Lavochkin La-5

 

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Lavochkin La-5F

  • La-5F
  • La-5FN

 

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Lavochkin La-7

 

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Mikoyan-and-Gurevich Design Bureau

 

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG 3

 

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Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG 9

 

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Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG 15

  • The long white line behind the Joystick is a "control stick centered" reference point.

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Ilyushin Design Bureau

 

Ilyushin IL-2 Shturmovik 

  • IL-2 (1941); presence of PBP-1 Gunsight

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Ilyushin IL-2 (1942) [Equal to all subsequent images]; absence of PBP-1 Gunsight.

  • IL-2-37 
  • IL-2M Avenger
  • IL-2M type 3

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Ilyushin IL-10

 

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V.M. Petlyakov Design Bureau

Petlyakov Pe-2 Peshka 

  • Pe-2E
  • Pe-2-31
  • Pe-2-38
  • Pe-3E (essentially a Night Bomber modified Pe-2)

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Petlyakov Pe-3

  • Minor Differences

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Petlyakov Pe-3bis

  • Minor differences

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Glad I could help with some of the cockpits!

Keep them up.

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Glad I could help with some of the cockpits!

Keep them up.

Yes many thanks for your help :D

And I'll be sure to. I plan to do American next, had some requests for jets.

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Yes many thanks for your help :D

And I'll be sure to. I plan to do American next, had some requests for jets.

Anytime, I have them all.

Just like Pokemon.

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Anytime, I have them all.

Just like Pokemon.

But do you have the Mew-2?

 

I mean Po-2. ;)

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But do you have the Mew-2?

 

I mean Po-2. ;)

No, ;~;

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I'm still having trouble with the Yak-15 and Su-2. If anyone has some documents that'd help, that'd be nice. 

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You're the only Community Helper that i see doing its job atm ! Thanks for all

Well your going to have to "Define" what a Community helper is.

What we where told to do is competently different then Helio, Im petty sure he is not doing this just because of the Tags.

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Well your going to have to "Define" what a Community helper is.

What we where told to do is competently different then Helio, Im petty sure he is not doing this just because of the Tags.

I had already done all of my Japanese guides before I got nominated :x edit: so yeah Im not doing it because I feel inherently responsible to, Im doing it because I wanted to.

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Most aircraft in ww2 didn't really have any ammo counters.

 

The most common you'll see is in German aircraft. 

 

Many Russian aircraft didn't even have sophisticated horizon indicators. They would use a ball with liquid suspended from the ceiling of the cockpit. The liquid acts like a simple level and should show which way is down.

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