Akula Class Submarine in 1/96 scale
  • Akula Class Submarine in 1/96 scale

    The Akula class 1/96 scale, a model of the Soviet designation Project 971 Shchuka-B was a series of nuclear-powered attack submarines first deployed by the Soviet Navy in 1986.

     

    This is a high quality fiberglass Hull. The hull is in two parts an upper and lower hull. the hulls are highly detailed with all the rubber tile detail also comes with an uper and lower rudders and a full set of dive planes foward and aft, cast brass propeller and shaft

     

    Scale 1/96

    L.O.A: 1009mm

    Beam: 145mm

    Height: 80mm

    Includes: Rudders, dive planes, prop and shaft 

     

    These kits are manufactured in the UK to order. Please allow 6 weeks delivery for your custom order!


    We recommend our 250/300/250 MSD SubDriver to power this model.

    • Full-sized boat specifications

      General characteristics
      Type: Nuclear attack submarine
      Displacement:
      • surfaced:
      • 8,140 tons Akula I and Akula I Improved
      • 8,450–8,470 tons Akula II and III
      • submerged:
      • 12,770 tons Akula I and Akula I Improved
      • 13,400–13,800 tons Akula II and III
      Length:
      • 110.3 m (362 ft) for Akula I and Akula I Improved
      • 113.3 m (372 ft) for Akula II and Akula III
      Beam: 13.6 m (45 ft)
      Draught: 9.7 m (32 ft)
      Propulsion:
      • one 190 MW OK-650B/OK-650M pressurized water nuclear reactor
      • 1 OK-7 steam turbine 43,000 hp (32 MW)
      • 2 OK-2 Turbogenerators producing 2 MW
      • 1 seven-bladed propeller
      • 2 OK-300 retractable electric propulsors for low-speed and quiet maneuvering at 5 knots (9.3 km/h; 5.8 mph)
      Speed:
      • 10 knots (19 km/h; 12 mph) surfaced
      • 28–35 knots (52–65 km/h; 32–40 mph) submerged[1]
      Endurance: 100 days[2]
      Test depth:
      • 480 m (1,570 ft) test depth for Akula I and Akula I Improved
      • 520 m (1,710 ft) for Akula II and III
      • 600 m (2,000 ft) maximum operating depth[3]
      Complement: 73 for Akula I & Improved,[4] 62 (31 officers) for Akula II & III [5]
      Sensors and
      processing systems:
      • MGK-500 or 540 active/passive suite
      • Flank arrays
      • Pelamida towed array sonar
      • MG-70 mine detection sonar
      Electronic warfare
      & decoys:
      • Bukhta ESM/ECM
      • MG-74 Korund noise simulation decoys (fired from external tubes)
      • MT-70 Sonar intercept receiver
      • Nikhrom-M IFF
      Armament:
      • 4 × 533 mm torpedo tubes (28 torpedoes) and 4 × 650 mm torpedo tubes (12 torpedoes). (K-152 Nerpa has 8 × 533 mm torpedo tubes) 40 torpedoes total
      • 1–3 × Igla-M surface-to-air missile launcher fired from sail (surface use only)
      • Granat cruise missiles, now Kalibr
      Notes:
      • Chiblis Surface Search radar
      • Medvyeditsa-945 Navigation system
      • Molniya-M Satellite communications
      • MGK-80 Underwater communications
      • Tsunami, Kiparis, Anis, Sintez and Kora Communications antennas
      • Paravan Towed VLF Antenna
      • Vspletsk Combat direction system
    $575.00Price

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