SU-100Y

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USSR TD Tier VI
Battle Tiers
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Totals
Cost 3,250  Gold
Hit Points 700700 HP
Weight Limit 64/67.464/67.4 t
Crew
Commander (Radio Operator)
Gunner
Gunner
Driver
Loader
Loader
Mobility
Engine Power 890890 hp
Speed Limit 35/12 km/h
Traverse 3030 deg/s
Power/Wt Ratio 13.9113.91 hp/t
Pivot YesYes
Armor
Hull Armor 60/60/60 mm
Armament
Damage 330-550330-550 HP
Penetration 147-245147-245 mm
Rate of Fire
3.75100% crew: 3.91 rpm
+ Vents: 4 rpm
+ BiA : 4.09 rpm
+ Food: 4.26 rpm
3.75100% crew: 3.91 rpm
+ Vents: 4 rpm
+ BiA : 4.09 rpm
+ Food: 4.26 rpm
r/m
Accuracy
0.38100% crew: 0.36 m
+ Vents: 0.36 m
+ BiA : 0.35 m
+ Food: 0.33 m
0.38100% crew: 0.36 m
+ Vents: 0.36 m
+ BiA : 0.35 m
+ Food: 0.33 m
m
Aim time
2.9100% crew: 2.78 s
+ Vents: 2.72 s
+ BiA : 2.66 s
+ Food: 2.55 s
2.9100% crew: 2.78 s
+ Vents: 2.72 s
+ BiA : 2.66 s
+ Food: 2.55 s
s
Gun Traverse Speed
26100% crew: 27.11 deg/s
+ BiA : 27.73 deg/s
+ Food: 28.95 deg/s
26100% crew: 27.11 deg/s
+ BiA : 27.73 deg/s
+ Food: 28.95 deg/s
deg/s
Gun Arc -10°/+10°
Elevation Arc -5°/+15°-5°/+15°
Ammo Capacity 3030 rounds
General
Chance of Fire 2020 %
View Range
350100% crew: 350 m
+ Vents: 357.5 m
+ BiA : 365 m
+ Food: 380 m
350100% crew: 350 m
+ Vents: 357.5 m
+ BiA : 365 m
+ Food: 380 m
m
Signal Range
440100% crew: 458.86 m
+ Vents: 469.23 m
+ BiA : 479.6 m
+ Food: 500.34 m
440100% crew: 458.86 m
+ Vents: 469.23 m
+ BiA : 479.6 m
+ Food: 500.34 m
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The SU-100Y is a Soviet tier 6 premium tank destroyer.

Developed on the basis of the T-100 heavy tank. The vehicle was intended to neutralize enemy pillboxes and destroy enemy vehicles. The only prototype was manufactured in March 1940. The vehicle never entered mass production.

The SU-100Y was added to the game in patch 0.8.4. It is a very powerful tank destroyer, with the highest alpha damage of any Tier 6 tank (excluding the KV-2's 152mm and SPGs). Unfortunately, it's an exceptionally large tank which can be somewhat awkward in handling, and the armor is quite thin on all sides. It is sometimes called "the boxtank."


















Modules

Gun
TierNameAmmoDamagePenetrationShell PriceRate of FireAccuracyAim TimeElevationXP CostPriceWeight
08VIII 130 mm B-13-S2 26 440/510/580 HP 196/171/65 mm 1118 Credits/10 Gold/978 Credits
3.75100% crew: 3.91 rpm
+ Vents: 4 rpm
+ BiA : 4.09 rpm
+ Food: 4.26 rpm
r/m
0.38100% crew: 0.36 m
+ Vents: 0.36 m
+ BiA : 0.35 m
+ Food: 0.33 m
m
2.9100% crew: 2.78 s
+ Vents: 2.72 s
+ BiA : 2.66 s
+ Food: 2.55 s
s
-5°/+15° --- 0--- 5,290 5,290 kg

Engine
TierNamePowerFire ChanceTypeXP CostPriceWeight
08VIII GAM-34-BT 0890 890 hp 020 20 % Gasoline --- 0--- 0632 632 kg

Suspension
TierNameLoad LimitTraverse SpeedXP CostPriceWeight
08VIII SU-100Y 67.467.4 t 03030 d/s ------ 0--- 15,500 15,500 kg

Radio
TierNameRangeXP CostPriceWeight
04IV 71-TK-3U
440100% crew: 458.86 m
+ Vents: 469.23 m
+ BiA : 479.6 m
+ Food: 500.34 m
440100% crew: 458.86 m
+ Vents: 469.23 m
+ BiA : 479.6 m
+ Food: 500.34 m
m
0--- --- 0--- 0100 100 kg

Historical Info

In December 1939, the Northwest Command of the Red Army requested that the N°185 factory develop a vehicle based on the T-100. The vehicle had not only to operate as a self-propelled gun, but also to be used to lay bridges, transport explosives, and recover tanks destroyed or damaged on the battlefield. During the development of this vehicle, the ABTU proposed to mount the large, high velocity 152 mm cannon on the T-100 in order to give it the capacity to destroy bunkers and other strong fixed fortifications. The plant manager at N°185 proposed to stop the development of the prototype to use T-100 as a self-propelled gun armed with the 100 and 130 mm naval guns. This idea was accepted and on January 8, 1940, the plans of the T-100-X were finalized and sent to the Izhorskyi factory. The T-100-X had a box-shaped fighting compartment and was equipped with the 130 mm B-13 naval gun. For mobility, kept the torsion bar suspension system, as was the trend in modern tanks of the day. During the development of the prototype the shape of the fighting compartment was modified to reduce ammunition loading times. The new design was the SU-100Y. The designs of the SU-100Y were sent to the Izhorskyi factory on February 24, 1940 and assembly began on the first of the month. The self-propelled gun was tested for the first time on March 14. As the Winter War was finished, the SU-100Y never saw combat.

During the Winter War it was proposed to modernize the T-100 with a more powerful armament, the 152 mm M-10 gun, able to destroy concrete structures, particularly in dragon's teeth, a common anti-tank measure amongst Europe's fixed fortifications during World War II. A new turret to accommodate the 152 mm howitzer was implemented around March 1940. This new model was designated T-100-Z. However this project was abandoned because of KV-1 and the 152mm equipped KV-2 tanks were superior. In April 1940, the N°185 factory proposed a self-propelled gun (prototype 103) for coastal defence based on the T-100 and armed with the B-13 130 mm naval gun installed in a rotating turret with three 7.62 mm machine-guns. This project never went beyond the drawing boards.

When work was stopped on the T-100 project, the SU-100Y was transported to Kubinka in the summer of 1940. In November 1941, at the most critical moment of battle in the suburbs of Moscow, the SU-100Y, together with the 152 mm gun armed experimental SU-14 and Su-14-1, was pressed into service in an Independent Artillery Division for Special Duties. Further information of the combat record of the unit has not been made known. Unlike its base model (T-100), the SU-100Y prototype survived the war and is a part of the collection at the Kubinka Tank Museum.
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