WoT CT 1.20: ST-62 Version 2 Changes

ST-62 Version 2 (USSR, Tier-8, MT, premium)
The tank was moved from tier 10 to tier 8 and changed a lot. Now it is a MT, not a LT.
Historical reference:
In the early 1960s, Mobile Vehicle Engineering Institute #100 in Leningrad developed a medium tank with the code name ST-62 Version 2. An emphasis was put on protecting the vehicle from the destructive effects of nuclear weapons (i.e., radiation and shock waves). Initially, the project suggested an unmanned turret, with the whole crew being placed in the hull. However, partners could not produce the autoloader and electronics in time, so a loader/autoloader operator was placed in the turret, as the loading process could not be fully automated. Instead of the standard viewing devices, television observation was planned to be used. Cameras were placed on the front of the hull and on the turret. Gun operation was also supposed to be remote. The tank was developed with multiple gun and engine variants. The project did not go beyond the blueprint stage.

DPM: 2,753.52
Damage: 220 dmg
Penetration: 200 mm
180 mm… at 500m (mm)
Reload time: 4.79 sec
Rate of fire: 12.52 rnds/min
Aim time: 2.40 sec
Accuracy at 100m: 0.40
Dispersion factors
… moving: 0.08 (+)
… tank traverse :0.08 (+)
… turret traverse: 0.08 (+)
Shell velocity: 1,223 m/s

Top speed: 65 km/h
Reverse speed: 25 km/h
Power: 600 h.p.
Power/weight: 15.79 h.p./t
Tank traverse: 62.58 °/sec
Effective top speed
… hard: 65 km/h
… medium: 65 km/h
… soft: 37.56 km/h
Effective traverse
… hard: 62.58 °/sec
… medium: 53.64 °/sec
… soft: 23.47 °/sec
Terrain resistance
… hard: 0.58 (rad⁻¹)
… medium: 0.67 (rad⁻¹)
… soft: 1.53 (rad⁻¹)
Gun elevation: +20°
Gun depression: -6°
Gun traverse: 33.25°/sec
Turret traverse: 54.24 °/sec

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Everything Else
Health: 1,250 HP
Stationary camo: 16.53 / 3.45 %
Moving camo: 12.37 / 2.59 %
View range: 400m

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