Posted By: admin
December 16, 2010
j-20 has nice turbofan engines that allow no real heat signature protection.. easy kill for US
@ anon jan 5 2011 9:26 am:
the turbofans are temporary, the real engines are still under dev. remember it's only a prototype, Dubya. Do ur research b4 u open that gap of yours…
Hay Guys, don't take notice of Anonymous…..little does he know that the F-22 was taken out by an F-16 last year!! ha ha ha….and as the JF-17 is superior to the F-16, the Chinese don't even need to use their J-20 to take the F-22 out. In fact the F-22 isn't even a 5th generation aircraft, even though the US would want you to believe it. The Chinese class both the J-20 & F-22 as 4th Generation, and at least, it seems to be true about the F-22. The F-22 has a serious design flaw. When it goes into attack mode, it needs to open its armament hatch…this makes it shine like a full moon in a cloudless night….and then it can picked up like a fly. It also loses its stealth capability in the rain, a common problem with US stealth design. It was the very reason that enabled the Serbs to shoot down the US stealth aircraft in that war. This was one of the reasons why Israel declined to induct it in their air force and USAF cancelled its order for the remaining F-22!
those are only rumors.
Where do you get your information. Most of what you said comes from the prototypes. The J-20 doesn't have it's final engines, your info on the F-22 is from the YF models, the US offers the F-22's or the upcoming stealth variant F-35's to no one.
mm_mayfair this is specifically directed towards your comment. 1. Stealth doesn't mean invisible or invincible, it just means harder to see. 2. Yes a F-16 tagged a F-22 in training. The same article talks about the first time a F-4 tagged a F-16. The training scenarios are situation based. Sometimes its un-even odds, worse case scenarios etc. Not to discredit the F-16 pilot for his accomplishment.3. The stealth fighter that the Serbs shot down was the F-117, now retired, not a true fighter, built on 1970's stealth technology which was derived from the SR-71. It was basically and experiment back when the US could afford to experiment.