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Official maiden flight at ChengDu with presence of VIP.

 

Photo taken by armature Chinese aviation enthusista on 11 Jan 2011 outside parameter fence.

Auspicious date: 8th day of 12 month on Lunar calender

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very nice. they should have put some mugen or rallyart stickers on it. make it looks more fierce!! [:p]

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looks vvely russian

 

both used to be communist nations so maybe they kinda think alike lol

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It's still MIC..... It has a standard of a Chery and Geely... LOL

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the slogans, presumably done up by the photographer, accompanying the pics, are lol.

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very nice. they should have put some mugen or rallyart stickers on it. make it looks more fierce!! [:p]

 

Arhhh?? Zhng? [laugh]

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Could be a normal aircraft without the stealth capabilities yet.

 

Doubt China has the capability to produce a true stealth aircraft at such a short time from scratch while the US took years to produce the F-117.

 

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looks vvely russian

 

Absolutely! A MiG 1.44 rip-off! See here --> http://www.moddb.com/groups/aircraft-lover.../images/mig-144

 

They just grafted the F-22 nose and F-35 air intakes to the MiG 1.44 body and Walla! You have the Chink J-20!

 

Nothing New coming from these shameless Chink copy-cats, and I bet they bought or better still, stole the blueprints for the Mig from the Russians and got this bird..

 

Inside I will bet they are using the J-11 electronics and Flight control systems ( all Russian Su-27 copies!) and engines are definitely from Russia (Su-27 engines) as the Chinks have not mastered the engine Mfg capability.

 

Same as Chery QQ vs. Chev Sparks.. Chink stuff Nice to see outside, inside all rotten.. [knife]

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Unlike F117s, B2s & F22s, the exhausts of this supposedly stealth jet are not masked & thus not "invisible"..

 

Plus it is a really big plane, judging from the folks crowding it in earlier pics.

 

Wonder if it is really considered a stealth fighter..or just a make-believe stealth jet.

 

If it goes in service, more like they will be deployed as bombers...

 

Looks-wise, quite chio even if some attributed some "pirating" copying of F22 and T50..

 

Then again, from a country which not too long ago was just a laid-back sleeping giant, the strides she has made since really very impressive.

 

I guess in the near future, we may have J30s or J35s serving in RSAF no?

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Could be a normal aircraft without the stealth capabilities yet.

 

Doubt China has the capability to produce a true stealth aircraft at such a short time from scratch while the US took years to produce the F-117.

 

 

Don't underestimate the sleeping dragon.....they already built the aircraft carrier.

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Don't underestimate the sleeping dragon.....they already built the aircraft carrier.

 

Correction.. NOT BUILD Carrier... Its BUY from Russia then REFIT with Ukranian engines and other electronics.. and BUY Russian fighters and helis to equip the air wing..

 

So technically these Chinks are just ASSEMBLING a carrier.

 

Going forward will be mass produce copy cat copies of this carrier.. much like Chery QQ vs Chev Sparks!

 

As long as the Chinks don't start to innovate but depend on other's stuff to copy, they'll never be ahead..

 

 

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did i see the picture wrongly?? rear wheels side the body breaks... the quality of their aircraft body... hmmmm..... not safe to fly...

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Unlike F117s, B2s & F22s, the exhausts of this supposedly stealth jet are not masked & thus not "invisible"..

 

Plus it is a really big plane, judging from the folks crowding it in earlier pics.

 

Wonder if it is really considered a stealth fighter..or just a make-believe stealth jet.

 

If it goes in service, more like they will be deployed as bombers...

 

Exhaust very hard to mask bro... the heat from the exhaust can be reduced by injecting chemicals to the exhaust (like B2), but not masked. Can mask engine blades by changing the intakes shapes.

 

Big plane can also be stealth, its the skin, shape etc that minimise radar returns..

 

 

The way i see this is like its a X plane, to explore the new techs n try to impress others along the way.. J-10 also not mass produced bec its a turkey too... [cool]

 

 

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Correction.. NOT BUILD Carrier... Its BUY from Russia then REFIT with Ukranian engines and other electronics.. and BUY Russian fighters and helis to equip the air wing..

 

So technically these Chinks are just ASSEMBLING a carrier.

 

Going forward will be mass produce copy cat copies of this carrier.. much like Chery QQ vs Chev Sparks!

 

As long as the Chinks don't start to innovate but depend on other's stuff to copy, they'll never be ahead..

 

If its not for your so called "Chinks" you will be out of job now cos the world is still trying to recover from the previous economic crisis. By the way, are you a Chinese? If you are did you realise you are slapping yourself in the face? If you are not then did you know that at the same time you are being racist even towards Singaporean Chinese?

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