1/33 SUKHOI Su-30MKM (Su-35UB) Aircraft № 801 Paper Model


1/33 SUKHOI Su-30MKM (Su-35UB) Aircraft № 801 Paper Model


The Su-30MK was not the last in an extensive program of modernization of the “thirtieth” series of fighters. KNAAPO forces managed to develop and complete the construction of another version of a two-seat multi-purpose aircraft-the Su-35UB (T-10UBM) in 2000. His tests began in the autumn of the same year in Zhukovsky. The first experimental car has a dark blue tail number ” 801 ” and is painted in blue, blue and dark blue colors. From the name of the fighter, it could be concluded that this is a combat training modification of the Su-35 aircraft. However, this is not the case at all. The aircraft was supposed to absorb all the best that was done on the Su-37 and both versions of the Su-30MK-Su-30MKI and Su-30MKK. It was planned to install the most modern avionics and modified AL-31FP engines, in which the nozzle would rotate in two planes (at first the prototype was equipped with a conventional AL-31FS). According to the project, the Su-35UB differed from the Su-30MKK in the presence of PGO engines and a more advanced onboard radar, and from the Su – 30MKI-engines and keels of increased height, thickness and area (as on the Su-35 and Su-30MKK), which allowed to increase the flight range compared to the Su-30MKI. The installation of more advanced equipment, in particular, the N011M onboard radar, will allow the Su-35UB to use the full range of serial and promising air-to-air and air-to-surface missiles and bombs.


The paper model of the Su-30MKI in 1:33 scale contains 23 pages, including:

– Full-color title page

– 13 pages of the part (A3 format, paper thickness for the model is not less than 0.35 mm)

– 9 pages of circuit assembly instructions (A3 format)

– More than 2000 parts, including the fuselage and wing

– Vector graphics texture on top of bitmap graphics

– Full detailed cockpit

– Full chassis detailing

– Retractable in-flight refueling rod

– Full mechanization of the wing

– Rotary stabilizer and PGO

– Imitation of the brake flap


Degree of difficulty: 5/5


The pleasure of assembly is guaranteed even to an experienced modeler.


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