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The Sdkfz 234/3 takes the cake, with the 234/2 and 234/4 very close behind, with a top speed of 90km/h in Realistic and Simulator battles. It’s pretty easy to get to this top speed on maps such as Italy, with paved downhill roads. Ϟ -Want Free GE? Download the APP - TANK COMBO (War Thunder Tanks Gameplay)Connect With me!! In a more sensual way:)Follow me.

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The T-50 in a standard Soviet camouflage.

The T-50 in War Thunder

In War Thunder, the T-50 is a Soviet rank II light tank with BR value of 2.7, and in the Soviet tech tree, it is a direct successor to the BT-7 tank. It is armed with a single 45 mm (1.77’’) 20-K main gun and a coaxially mounted 7.62 mm (0.3’’) DT machine gun. Top speed of the tank is 44 km/h (27.3 mph), which it can reach in 19.5 seconds. A time needed for full 360° hull traverse is 12.5 seconds on the 2nd gear, giving the tank hull traverse of 4.8° per second. The turret completes the full 360° circle in 45.3 seconds, meaning the turret traverse value is 8° per second. The reload time with fully trained loader is then 3.5 seconds, giving the tank the rate of fire of roughly 17 rounds per minute

An X-Ray View of the T-50.

As to armour protection, the 40 mm (1.57’’) thick frontal glacis is sloped under the angle of 52°, the frontal side “cheeks” has the same thickness and 54° slope, and the lower frontal glacis is 45 mm (1.77’’) thick with a slope of 55°. Both upper and lower side armour is 40 mm (1.57’’) thick, with the upper side armour being sloped under 40° degrees. Upper rear armour is then 25 mm (0.98’’) thick with a slope of 61°, while the unsloped lower rear plate has again the thickness of 40 mm (1.77’’). Turret’s front and sides are then protected by 40 mm (1.77’’) of armour as well, with the gun mantlet’s slope varying between 7-52°. Commander’s cupola is 40 mm (1.77’’) thick as well, and the top armour, both on the turret and on the hull, has thickness of 15 mm (0.59’’).

Regarding firepower, the T-50 can utilize three armour-piercing round types. At the point blank range an depending on the angle of attack (AOA), the default BR-240 APHEBC round is able to penetrate up to 62 mm (2.44’’) of armour against the flat armour, 55 mm (2.16’’) while faced by an armour sloped under 30°, and 25 mm (0.98’’) at 60° AOA. At the maximum range of 2 km (6562 feet), the default round’s penetration values then decrease to 26/23/10 mm (1.02/0.91/0.39’’). The first unlockable round, BR-240P AP round is able to penetrate up to 73/65/26 mm (2.87/2.56/1.02’’) of armour at the point blank range, and 17/15/6 mm (0.67/0.59/0.24’’) of armour at the range of 2 km (6562 feet), giving you better short range penetration in exchange for worse long range performance and a lack of explosive filling. The second unlockable round is then BR-243P APCR round, which is able to penetrate up to 103/79/23 mm (4.1/3.11/0.91’’) at the point blank range, and 17/13/3 mm (0.67/0.51/0.12’’) at the range of 2 km (6562 feet).

Coming as a successor of the BT-7, the T-50 retains excellent speed and agility, but with much better armour protection. The frontal glacis is virtually immune to autocannons and smaller caliber rounds of other light tanks, and at the long range, it can deflect even larger projectiles. However, the tank has two major disadvantages. The first one is extremely slow turret traverse, which will hamper your attempts to lead fast targets (such as other light tanks) and will significantly lower your response time. The second weakness is the gun. While adequate against reserve vehicles and low tier light tanks, the 45 mm gun will struggle against medium tanks such as M4 Sherman or PzKpfw IV Ausf.F2, which you can penetrate frontally only at short range, thus forcing you to rely on flank shots. And due to BR 2.7, you will face both tanks that you can destroy easily, and tanks that have significantly better armour and firepower. That said, a good T-50 driver must be very adaptable, as he needs to adjust his play style according to which opponent he faces.

With high mobility, strong frontal armour, but rather weak armament, the T-50 can be challenging experience, but in a hands of determined player skilled in improvisation, it can do wonders. It will also serve you as a last vehicle from the tech tree before entering the legendary T-34 medium tank series.

The T-50 in History

In 1939, the development of the replacement for already obsolete T-26 light tank was issued to OKMO design bureau, attached to Factory No.185 in Leningrad. Technical specification called for weight of 14 tonnes (30 865 lb), main armament consisting from 45 mm (1.77’’) gun and 45 mm (1.77’’) thick sloped armour. First prototype of the tank, designated T-126SP (abbreviation for Soprovzdheniya Pekhoty, “Infantry Support), was completed in the summer of 1940. The vehicle possessed excellent frontal armour protection for a light tank, and other advanced features compared to earlier Soviet designs, such as a five-man crew, commander’s cupola, radio as a standard equipment, or a three-man turret. It was armed by a single 45 mm (1.77’’) main gun and two 7.62 mm (0.3’’) machine guns, and it was propelled by the inline 6 cylinder V-4 engine, producing 250 horsepower.

T-50 at Tank Museum in Kubinka.
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Trials however discovered multiple issues, such as extremely cramped crew compartment and poor power-to-weight ratio. Based on trial results, the frontal armour thickness was reduced to 37 mm (1.46’’) in order to reduce weight, the number of crewmen was reduced to four, a more powerful V-4 diesel powerplant was installed, and other small modifications were made. Modified tank was designated as the T-127SP, and after successful trials and some other modifications, it was approved for serial production as the T-50, with the production starting in April 1941.

However, in time of the German offensive in June 1941, only approximately 50 T-50 tanks were produced. The production was extremely slow not only because of high costs, but mainly because of issues with the V-4 engine. The powerplant, designed specifically for the tank, suffered from extremely low reliability, and all attempts to improve it failed. Furthemore, a British Valentine infantry tank was supplied to Soviet Union via Lend-Lease from autumn 1941 on, and proved itself to be a better infantry tank than the T-50. Soviet officials thus decided to discontinue the T-50 production, and focused on the mass production of other tanks.

Only 69 T-50 tanks were manufactured, including a small number of T-50s with applique armour bolted onto the frontal glacis. The vehicle was used operationally, but details about its service are not known. It was supposedly deployed in defence of Leningrad, and most of them were most likely lost quickly, either due to enemy action, or because of mechanical issues.

Would you like to find out more about the T-50? Be sure to view the War Thunder Wiki article!

Author: Jan “RayPall” Kozák

With one of the upcoming Updates, we will include the
Soviet tactical number P-87 in War Thunder:

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USA

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Tier I
Of course, it’s m22, one of the smallest and fastest tanks ever, you can take it even on tier IV, his gun can penetrate side armor of King Tiger.

PROS
+very fast
+very small
+good gun for its BR (fast reload, good penetration)
CONS
-no more binoculars to spot enemies
-slow turn in place

Tier II
After buff M4A1 with 105mm short gun get 2.7 BR, that makes this tank fight against 1.7 sometimes.

PROS
+good frontal armor
+.50 cal browning at 2.7
+good main gun
+stabiliser but weak
CONS
-very slow turret rotation

Tier III
After Sherman Jumbo get nerfed, the M18 Hellcat is best tier III American vehicle.

PROS
+very fast
+good gun
+fast reverse speed
CONS
-no armor (hullbreak)

Tier IV
As many good tanks we have at American tier 4, but we dont have any “BEST tier 4 american tank”
Im gonna show you one of best tier 4 tank, American T34.

PROS
+very good frontal turret armor
+good gun
+2x .50 cal brownings
+good turret rotation speed
CONS
-weak mobility
-slow reloading

Tier V
Im not sure about good tier 5 vehicles after XM-1 gets to tier 6. However i found M48A1 really good tank

PROS
+faster than M60
+cheaper than M60
+better armor
CONS
-worse gun

Germany

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Tier I
Not a tank but anti-air vehicle Pz.38 “Gepard” 64mm pen with almost no reload makes it deadly against first tier, however only 2 crew members.

PROS
+good gun(penetration, reloading)
+can destroy planes
CONS
-2 crew members

Tier II
88mm flak truck, pz. IV F2 or Puma? of course PUMA! Truck gets nerfed several times, pz. IV F2 is very good tank, but Puma can fight against any tier if you have skills tho.

PROS
+very fast
+fast reverse speed
+fast reload
+no armor best armor (no hullbreak at its BR, except some 15cm guns)
CONS
-a bit slow turret rotation speed
-meh penetration against T-34 or shermans
-hard to drive on high speed

Tier III
Uhhh can’t see any “BEST” german vehicle at third tier, but “Tiger E” is all ways better than “Tiger H1”

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PROS
+better speed than tiger H1
+good gun
+good turret frontal armor
+can unlock additional armor
CONS
-weak mobility
-a bit slow turret rotation speed

Tier IV
Hard choice between King Tiger and Panther II, however if you have “Tiger II (Sla.16)” you have best tier 4 german tank

PROS
+good maximum speed for heavy tank, however you can reach it only when drive off the hill
+very good armor(better side armor than original king tiger)
+very good gun
+good turret rotation
CONS
-nearly impossible to get “Tiger II (Sla.16)”
-weak mobility

Tier V
Leopard I is an absolute leader here

PROS
+fast speed
+very good gun
+fast reverse speed
CONS
-bad armor

USSR

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Tier I
BT-5 is soviet fast reserve tank, can fight against high tier tanks.

PROS
+fast speed
+good gun for its BR
+reserve vehicle
+russian bias
CONS
-bad armor (hullbreak if you take it on high BR battles)

Tier II
of course one of T-34’s here, the “T-34 (1942)“.

PROS
+fast speed
+fast turret rotation speed
+good armor angle
+impossible to pen 75mm hatch
+additional armor
CONS
-meh reload speed

Tier III
A lot of cool vehicles USSR have on this tier, but T-34-57 is most OP after penetration changes.

PROS
+very good gun(penetration, reloading speed, projectile speed)
+good armor
+fast speed
+fast turret rotation
CONS
-meh armor against 5.3
-no additional armor

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Tier IV
T-44 is most powerful gopnik

PROS
+very good armor
+very fast speed
+fast turret rotation
+better penetration than T-34-85
CONS
-repair cost
-hardly can pen Tiger II in front

Tier V
Do you think I put T-54 here, after all those nerfs? no! T-54 isn’t good anymore(repair price, shell price, penetration compared to other 7.7 tanks, mobility, remember when it was 7.3?
The new leader now is stronk “Zsu-57-2”

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PROS
+very good guns(twin 57mm, 132mm pen after update, very good ballistic, very fast reload speed, good damage)
+very fast turret rotation
+can shot down slow planes and choppers
+fast speed
+very cheap
+can be used against 10.0
CONS
-no armor(hullbreak)

Great Britain

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Tier I
Crusader Mk.III aka “tier 1 MBT” or “smoke machine”, its one of best tanks in game, can fight against any vehicle except E-100 and Maus.

PROS
+very good gun (120mm penetration at 2.7, fast reload speed and fast projectile speed)
+very fast turret rotation
+no armor best armor (no hullbreak)
+50 smoke grenades (record)
+stabiliser (weak tho)
CONS
-cant penetrate maus or e-100

Tier II
100mm frontal armor at 3.0 with 75mm gun? 3inch gun carrier!
can’t get penetrated by t-34 and kv-1 but avoid Pz. IV or japanese tanks.

PROS
+very good armor
+good gun
CONS
-very slow speed (reversed too)

Tier III
Comet I is not overpowered, but very good tank if you skilled player, however even you can play well you can’t damage enemies well…

PROS
+fast speed
+good gun (penetration, ballistics)
+20 smoke nades
CONS
-very bad reverse speed
-weak damage

Tier IV
Caernarvon is tank with hull of Conqueror and turret from Centurion, but BR still 6.7.

PROS
+very good hull armor and good turret armor
+good gun (penetration, ballistics)
+good reverse speed (compared to previous british tanks)
+Stabilised turret
CONS
-meh mobility
-repair cost

Tier V
Even with no armor and no fast speed “Vickers MBT” is best tier 5 tank, compared to leopard 1 this tank have 7.0 BR, stabiliser, faster reload.

PROS
+very good gun(penetration, ballistics, reloading speed)
+stabilised turret
CONS
-bad armor
-repair cost

Japan

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Tier I
Chi-Ha Kai is the only first tier Japanese vehicle I can call good, sadly Ho-Ro is a skilled vehicle to use to compare with Chi-Ha Kai.

PROS
+good gun
+5 crew members
CONS
-bad armor

Tier II
“Ta-Se” can destroy planes and tanks on its BR, however penetration is worse than “Gepard’s”

PROS
+fast turret rotation speed
+good gun
+fast speed
+can destroy planes
CONS
-bad armor

Tier III
If you skilled player, you will like to play on “Chi-Ri II“, if not, buy Chi-Nu II.

PROS
-fast speed
-very good gun (autoloader)
-second gun (to trick your enemies)
CONS
-meh armor

Tier IV
Ho-Ri “Production” is blueprint, alternative to “Ferdinand”, but better

PROS
+good armor
+good gun
+fast speed
CONS
-very expensive repair price

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Tier V
See how “many” tier 5 Japanese vehicles we got? However by all this quantity I can tell you which is best, STB-1 is Japanese Leopard 1, however better a lot!

PROS
+fast speed
+fast reverse speed
+very good gun
+adjustable suspension
+stabilised turret
+good binoculars
CONS
-repair cost

Italy

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Tier I
AB.41 compared to AS.42 have armor to protect against artillery and bullets.

PROS
+very fast speed
+good gun(penetration, 20mm autocannon)
+can used against planes (hardly)
+fast reverse speed
CONS
-very bad armor (hullbreak from 75mm)

Tier II
AB.43! why AutoBlinda again? because it’s fast and can be used against high tier vehicles,
and since “R3 T20” get to tier 3.

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PROS
+very fast speed(faster than AB.41)
+fast reverse speed
+pizza camo
CONS
-very bad armor (hullbreak from 75mm)
-slower reloading speed than M15/42

Tier III
75/46 M43 or Breda 501, well M43 got good armor, good gun and slow speed, Breda 501 have everything that M43 has, but better! except for armor.

PROS
+fast speed
+very good gun
+pizza camo
CONS
-no armor (hullbreak)

Tier IV
Aubl 74, is 1974 prototype armored car with 90mm gun, very fast deadly, however not armored well.

PROS
+very fast speed
+fast reverse speed
+good gun
+good turret rotation speed
CONS
-no armor (hullbreak)

Tier V
B1 “Centauro” better than OF-40, because it’s faster and stabilised, they both have bad armor.

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PROS
+very fast speed
+fast reverse speed
+good gun
+stabilised turret
CONS
-bad armor (hullbreak)

France

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Tier I
definitely H.39

PROS
+good armor
+fast reloading speed
CONS
-weak mobility

Tier II
B1 Bis is 2.0 Maus!

PROS
+very good armor
+two cannons
+fight against 1.0 vehicles
CONS
-slow speed
-slow reloading

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Tier III
Since Jumbo gets nerfed I put ARL-44 (ACL-1) here. Can not get penetrated by Soviet/American tanks, but can be penetrated by German/Japanese tanks.

PROS
+very good frontal armor
+good gun
+fast speed (for heavy tank)
CONS
-bad side armor

Tier IV
Lorraine 40t or AMX-50? nope! Char 25t, lower BR, faster, cheaper but still expensive.

PROS
+fast speed
+fast reverse speed
+good gun (fast reloading speed)
+frontal armor protected with fuel tank and engine
CONS
-very expensive repair cost

Tier V
AMX-30 is MBT that probably better than Leopard I.

PROS
+fast speed
+fast reverse speed
+very good gun
+20mm autocannon
CONS
-meh armor
-repair cost

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