Supertest: 🇵🇱 CS-63 (Complete Stats)

CS-63. Initial Parameters:

(Fast mode)*

Tier: MT-10, Polska, standard
HP: 2 000
Engine: 740 hp (1 150 hp)*
Mass: 40,85 t
Maximum load: 42,50 t
Power-to-weight: 18,12 hp / t
Max speed / Reverse speed: 55   (70)* / -15 km / h
Hull turning speed: 48,0 °/s
Turret turning speed: 52,10 °/s
Terrain resistance values: 0,575 / 0,671 / 1,534
View range: 400 m
Radio range: 730 m

Hull armor: 80 / 50 / 40 mm
Turret armor: 260 / 60 / 40 mm

Gun: 105 mm armata wz. 64

Alpha Damage: 390 / 390 / 510
Penetration: 258 / 315 / 53 mm
Rate of fire: 7,361 rounds/minute
Damage per minute: 2 870,90
Reload time: 8,151 s
Accuracy at 100 m: 0,345
Aiming time: 2,21 s   (3,5 s)*
Depression/Elevation: -8 ° / + 20 °

Time needed to change from standard to fast mode: 2,0 s

Rounds in magazine: 50

Shell speed: 1 241 m/s

Ammo:

Crew – 4 members: Commander, Driver, Gunner, Loader.

Aim spread:

after firing: 2.877 (4.0) *;
during turret rotation: 0.058 (0.3) *;
during vehicle movement: 0.115 (0.45) *;
during vehicle rotation: 0.115 (0.45) *;
during turret rotation at maximum speed: 2.88;
at the maximum vehicle speed: 6.33;
at the maximum vehicle rotation speed: 5.52.

Camouflage Values:

fixed tank camouflage: 28.0%;
tank camouflage in motion: 21.0%;
fixed tank camouflage while shooting: 5.85%;
tank camouflage while shooting on the move: 4.39%.

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4 thoughts on “Supertest: 🇵🇱 CS-63 (Complete Stats)

  1. I would never wish those dispersion values onto a tank, that’s torture. Dude, imagine having MORE than Grille 15/Sheridan turret traverse bloom (.38) except its not just the turret, its on every dispersion value across the board.

    I guess this would be balanced if the thing is as armored or similar to the 430U?

    1. If you don’t like those bloom values, then here’s a protip: don’t shoot in drive mode.

      1. I think you are completely right. Dispersion in normal mode is actually pretty good. Drive mode should not be made for shooting.

  2. Fits right in with the current Polish techtree – a pole of shite.

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