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Su-37 "Super Flanker" Technical Data.

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DESCRIPTION:

Su-37 Picture AlbumYet another derivative of the Su-27 family is the Su-37. The Su-37 design incorporates the canards and digital fly-by-wire control system of the Su-35 but also adds axisymmetric steerable nozzles to provide thrust vectoring capability.
The resulting design achieves a level of super-maneuverabilty unmatched by any contemporary fighter. A test pilot reported that the controls are so effective that the aircraft can recover from spins and stalls at almost any altitude. Although the Russian Air Force has shown great interest in the remarkable abilities of the Su-37, it is somewhat doubtful that any will be acquired due to the nation's financial difficulties.
The aircraft may see more success in the export market, which Sukhoi is actively pursuing.

HISTORY:
First Flight2 April 1996
Service Entry

mid-2005s

CREW: 1 pilot

ESTIMATED COST:

unknown

AIRFOIL SECTIONS:
Wing Rootunknown
Wing Tip

unknown

DIMENSIONS:
Length72.83 ft (22.22 m)
Wingspan48.17 ft (14.70 m)
Height21.08 ft (6.43 m)
Wing Area666 ft2 (62.0 m2)
Canard Area

unknown

WEIGHTS:
Empty40,785 lb (18,500 kg)
Typical Load56,590 lb (25,670 kg)
Max Takeoff74,955 lb (34,000 kg)
Fuel Capacity29,540 lb (13,400 kg)
Max Payload

17,640 lb (8,000 kg)

PROPULSION:
Powerplanttwo Saturn/ Lyul'ka AL-31FU afterburningturbofans
Thrustunknown

PERFORMANCE:
Max LevelSpeed at altitude: 1,490 mph (2,400 km/h)at 32,780 ft (10,000 m), Mach 2.3
at sea level:unknown
cruise speed: 870 mph (1,400 km/h) at 32,780 ft (10,000m)
Initial ClimbRate 45,235 ft (13,800 m) / min
ServiceCeiling 59,055 ft (18,000 m)
Rangetypical: 1,730 nm (3,200km)
ferry: 3,505 nm (6,500 km)
g-Limits+9

ARMAMENT:
Gunone 30-mm GSh-301 cannon (149 rds)
Stationstwelve external hardpoints and two wingtiprails
Air-to-AirMissile R-27/AA-10 Alamo, R-73/AA-11 Archer,R-77/AA-12
Air-to-SurfaceMissile unknown
Bombunknown
Otherrocket pods, ECM pods

KNOWN VARIANTS:
Su-37 Prototypes have been built, butthe aircraft has not entered production
Two-seat model has been reportedbut designation unknown

KNOWN COMBATRECORD:

not in service

KNOWN OPERATORS:

not in service

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