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Hello warriors,

this is the first tank of the Japanese “heavy” branch, the Type 89 (also known as I-Go). It’s a tier 2 medium tank. The heavy branch will be tested in summer and should come out in 0.9.10.


Built in 1929. This was the first indigenous Japanese mass-produced tank with a diesel engine. It was the main tank of the Japanese forces in the early thirties. By the start of WW2 it was hopelessly obsolete but it fought practically until the end of the war. The last vehicles were used in combat in 1944 on Phillippines.

Tier: 2 MT
Hitpoints: 200
Engine: 120 hp
Weight: 13,064 tons
Power-to-weight: 9,19 hp/t
Maximum speed: 25/12 km/h
Hull traverse: 38 deg/s
Turret traverse: 36 deg/s
Terrain resistance: 0,767/0,863/1,726
Viewrange: 320
Radio range: 443

Hull armor: 17/15/?
Turret armor: 15/15/?

Gun: 57mm Type 90?
Damage: 75
Penetration: 29,6
ROF: 27,205
DPM: 2040
Reload: 2,205
Accuracy: 0,4
Aimtime: 2,1s
Depression: -15


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