T92

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T92

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USA SPG Tier X
Battle Tiers
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Totals
Cost 6,100,000  Credits
Hit Points 500500 HP
Weight Limit 57.84/6157.84/61 t
Crew
Commander
Gunner
Driver
Radio Operator
Loader
Loader
Mobility
Engine Power 500500 hp
Speed Limit 32.2/10 km/h
Traverse 2626 deg/s
Power/Wt Ratio 8.648.64 hp/t
Pivot YesYes
Armor
Hull Armor 25/25/12 mm
Armament
Damage 1688-28131688-2813 HP
Penetration 90-15090-150 mm
Rate of Fire
1.13100% crew: 1.18 rpm
+ BiA : 1.21 rpm
+ Food: 1.26 rpm
1.13100% crew: 1.18 rpm
+ BiA : 1.21 rpm
+ Food: 1.26 rpm
r/m
Accuracy
0.92100% crew: 0.88 m
+ BiA : 0.86 m
+ Food: 0.83 m
0.92100% crew: 0.88 m
+ BiA : 0.86 m
+ Food: 0.83 m
m
Aim time
8100% crew: 7.67 s
+ BiA : 7.49 s
+ Food: 7.2 s
8100% crew: 7.67 s
+ BiA : 7.49 s
+ Food: 7.2 s
s
Gun Traverse Speed
8100% crew: 8.34 deg/s
+ BiA : 8.55 deg/s
+ Food: 8.89 deg/s
8100% crew: 8.34 deg/s
+ BiA : 8.55 deg/s
+ Food: 8.89 deg/s
deg/s
Gun Arc -12°/+12°
Elevation Arc -0°/+65°-0°/+65°
Ammo Capacity 1616 rounds
General
Chance of Fire 2020 %
View Range
400100% crew: 400 m
+ BiA : 408.57 m
+ Food: 425.71 m
400100% crew: 400 m
+ BiA : 408.57 m
+ Food: 425.71 m
m
Signal Range
745100% crew: 776.93 m
+ BiA : 796.09 m
+ Food: 828.01 m
745100% crew: 776.93 m
+ BiA : 796.09 m
+ Food: 828.01 m
m
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The T92 is an American tier 10 self-propelled gun.

Development of the T92 started at the beginning of 1945. The vehicle was to share many components with the M26. A prototype underwent trials at Aberdeen Proving Ground, but the T92 never entered mass production.

The T92 is the hardest hitting artillery vehicle in the game, armed with a massive 240mm Howitzer. The damage and splash from this gun is enormous and can cripple any tank it hits, but you don't need to actually hit your target with the amount of splash radius that this gun has. If HE manages to penetrate your target it will most likely be knocked out or very heavily damaged. Armor Piercing rounds are discouraged with this tank as the gun is very inaccurate, but if you manage to land one, it has the ability to one shot tier IX tanks and some Tier X tanks. It also has no gun depression whatsoever, which makes self-defense very hard. It retains the speed and maneuverability of the M40/M43 which can come in handy in some situations, especially relocation. The T92's main gun currently has the single highest damage output in the game.

The T92 marks the end of the American self-propelled gun line.


















Modules

Gun
TierNameAmmoDamagePenetrationShell PriceRate of FireAccuracyAim TimeElevationXP CostPriceWeight
10X 240 mm Howitzer M1 16 2250/1800/2250 HP 120/370/120 mm 2,500 Credits/2,500 Credits/17 Gold
1.13100% crew: 1.18 rpm
+ BiA : 1.21 rpm
+ Food: 1.26 rpm
r/m
0.92100% crew: 0.88 m
+ BiA : 0.86 m
+ Food: 0.83 m
m
8100% crew: 7.67 s
+ BiA : 7.49 s
+ Food: 7.2 s
s
-0°/+65° --- 350,000350,000 Credits 11,385 11,385 kg

Engine
TierNamePowerFire ChanceTypeXP CostPriceWeight
06VI Ford GAF T92 0500 500 hp 020 20 % Gasoline --- 38,70038,700 Credits 0641 641 kg

Suspension
TierNameLoad LimitTraverse SpeedXP CostPriceWeight
10X T92 T80E1 006161 t 02626 d/s ------ 32,00032,000 Credits 24,000 24,000 kg

Radio
TierNameRangeXP CostPriceWeight
10X SCR 528 A
745100% crew: 776.93 m
+ BiA : 796.09 m
+ Food: 828.01 m
745100% crew: 776.93 m
+ BiA : 796.09 m
+ Food: 828.01 m
m
0--- --- 54,00054,000 Credits 0091 91 kg

Historical Info

The 240 mm Howitzer Motor Carriage T92 was self-propelled howitzer developed by the United States of America during World War II.

The 240 mm M1 howitzer was mounted on a slightly modified Heavy Tank T26E3 (later the "Heavy Tank M26 Pershing") chassis - it used an extra bogie wheel, to bring a total of seven. A limited production run was ordered in March 1945, and the first test model was finished in July of that year. Total production of the T92 was five. A similar vehicle was also built in conjunction with the T92, the 8in Gun Motor Carriage T93. The T93 mounted the longer 8in M1 gun.

Limited numbers of both 240mm HMC T92s and 8in GMC T93s were going to be used in Operation Downfall, the planned invasion of the Japanese mainland. However, after the Japanese surrender on 14 August 1945, the T92s and T93s were not shipped to the Pacific Theater of Operations.


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