Supertest: Lago I

Tier IV Swedish light (regular).

HP: 350

Engine: 324 hp
Weight: 18,575 t
Power-to-weight: 17,44 hp/t
Max speed: 45/-18 km/h
Hull traverse speed: 33 deg/second
Turret traverse speed: 31,3 deg/second
Terrain resistance values: 1,247/1,438/2,11
View range: 330 m
Radio range: 345
Hull armor: 34/34/? mm
Turret armor: 34/28/? mm

Gun: 7,5 cm kan m/41 strv
Alpha Damage: 110/110/175
Penetration: 19/104/38 mm
Damage Per Minute: 1 720,7
Rate Of Fire: 15,643
Reload time: 3,836 seconds
Accuracy: 0,384
Aiming time: 1,92s

Gun: 57 mm pvkan m/43

Alpha Damage: 75/75/100

Penetration: 91/166/29 mm

Gun: 47 mm kan m/38 strv

Alpha Damage: 60/60/75

Penetration: 62/78/24 mm

Armor Schematics:

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13 thoughts on “Supertest: Lago I

    1. as far as we saw, all the tanks in the line got a pretty bad terrain resistance, anyway, the top gun is a micro derp, basically bt7a level but that see tiers 6 instead of 5 can’t wait to skip this =P

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            1. well as far as the comparation goes, the top gun on Lago fires faster than any other tank using the same gun, and aims faster, but the bad side, how many tier 4 you see using that kind of derp? yup, almost none, thats because you normally do 30-50dmg rolls when your HE manages to pen a bit of the armor. And the Lago got a terrain resist almost as bad as the AMX 40, so basically, in a prediction since the stats can change (super test stats always are subject to change) but as they are right now, the way to go is using the 57mm and abusing from the gun depression that i suppose should be good.

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          1. yup basically if you wanna make this thing usefull you got use the 57mm, the bad side, this thing got a terrain resistance almost as bad as the AMX40 =P without the armor.

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    2. 2 be fair, prettymuch all swede tanks have pretty good if not great Hp/Ton ratios, while i would advise keeping this thing the hell out of soft terrain.

      Makes sense if you thibk about it, the tanks are small and super light with very small tracks. That being said, these stats are subject to change.


      1. Though I see your point and agree with some things you said, it makes little sense to me, why would the Swedes make such tanks, knowing that their country can be boggy and snowed over at any given moment in the year?…

        Well, I guess these thoughts will remain to be answered by me, later… much later…


        1. Well, i imagine the reason they did it. Is mostly due to budget, they couldent afford heavier tanks or to build the infastructure to support those types of vehicals. So they had to work with what was available, also thin tracks preform fine in snow and ice. You actually have better traction with thinner treads due to having a higher ground pressure in a smaller area.

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          1. Also the Amx 40 has a 8hp/ton compaired to this ones 18.5hp/ton so its got quite a bit more grunt in the engine then a tank that has similar ground resistance.


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