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Question for (Russian speaking?) Mil-Mi-2 chopper experts

Sun Apr 04, 2021 7:05 am

Hi,

for those in the know, please help.
I found this I.D placard of a Mil Mi-2.

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I don`t speak Russian, but am I correct to assume that the C/N of this aircraft is 50946100000?
I always thought that the Mil Mi-2 C/N are 10 digits only.

Thanks for any guidance.

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Re: Question for (Russian speaking?) Mil-Mi-2 chopper experts

Sun Apr 04, 2021 10:42 am

Hi NTOR,

My Cyrillic skills are very basic. But I can make out the terms Under load / running load 400 (KG?) "For lifting" and "Weight date"

I can't find anything with that 11 digit number. That string of 00000's looks a bit odd for an aircraft construction number if you ask me..

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Re: Question for (Russian speaking?) Mil-Mi-2 chopper experts

Sun Apr 04, 2021 12:23 pm

No problem. Just asked a helicopter pilot friend of mine. This isn't the serial number of the aircraft, this is the drawing number for this exact part. In this case this seems to be a "jack" (to lift the helicopter).

Think of it as a hyperlink, 1960's style. You don't wanna waste all day looking for the diagram of this part in your several books of technical diagrams, so you know which page to look for, you look for чертёж (diagram/drawing number 5094......

Hope that helps.
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Re: Question for (Russian speaking?) Mil-Mi-2 chopper experts

Sun Apr 04, 2021 4:00 pm

Thanks gents!

Much appreciated!


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Re: Question for (Russian speaking?) Mil-Mi-2 chopper experts

Sun Apr 04, 2021 6:43 pm

notaxonrotax wrote:
Thanks gents!

Much appreciated!


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Re: Question for (Russian speaking?) Mil-Mi-2 chopper experts

Mon Apr 05, 2021 10:06 am

tu204 wrote:
No problem. Just asked a helicopter pilot friend of mine. This isn't the serial number of the aircraft, this is the drawing number for this exact part. In this case this seems to be a "jack" (to lift the helicopter).

Think of it as a hyperlink, 1960's style. You don't wanna waste all day looking for the diagram of this part in your several books of technical diagrams, so you know which page to look for, you look for чертёж (diagram/drawing number 5094......

Hope that helps.

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