T-64A mod. 1976

From Armored Warfare Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
T-64A mod. 1976
T-64A mod. 1976
Details
Tier / Class:
5 MBT
Nation:
Soviet Union
Dealer:
Marat Shishkin
Reputation:
135,300
Cost:
1,920,000
Stats - Stock (Renowned)
Max Damage:
550 (560)
DPM:
3,300 (3,733)
Penetration:
310 (380) mm
Hit Points:
2,285
Hull F/S/R:
205 / 80 / 50
Turret F/S/R:
475 / 175 / 65
Max Speed:
50.00 km/h
Acceleration 0-32kph:
7.33 (6.29) s
Hull Traverse:
31.90 (32.70) deg/s
Camouflage:
15%
Vision:
400 m
Accuracy (Spread):
0.13°
Max Cannon Depression:
-6.0 / -6.0°
Turret Traverse Speed:
20.00 deg/s

The T-64A mod. 1976 is a tier 5 Main Battle Tank originating from the Soviet Union, and is sold by Marat Shishkin. It can be unlocked from the T-64A mod. 1969, and is currently the end of the T-64 branch in Armored Warfare.

Features[edit | edit source]

  • Heavy armor: this vehicle's armor bounces more shots and takes more hits
  • High caliber: the high caliber weaponry deals an increased damage
  • Smoke Generators : generated a smoke screen around the vehicle

Player Recommendations[edit | edit source]

As a modernization of the powerful tier 4 variant of the T-64 platform, the T-64A mod. 1976 retains the powerful frontal armor and speed of the mod. 1969, while gaining a more accurate gun, improved mobility, and an armor upgrade which can provide excellent protection against incoming HEAT and ATGM fire. A hybrid brawler and sniper, the T-64A excels at both, being one of the most capable MBTs at its tier.

Pros and Cons[edit | edit source]

Pros[edit | edit source]

  • High alpha
  • Excellent turret armor
  • Good Mobility

Cons[edit | edit source]

  • Poor hull armor
  • Mediocre gun depression

Upgrade Suggestions[edit | edit source]

Upgrading to the Kontakt-1 ERA package will provide a strong defense against ATGM fire, so it should be unlocked and equipped early. Upgrading the ammunition and researching the Improved Autoloader will heavily increase the effective firepower of the vehicle, so they should be researched sooner rather than later. While the 5TDFM O-P Diesel Engine offers a decent upgrade over the stock engine, the stock engine allows the T-64A to keep up with a battle without too much of a hassle.

Retrofit Suggestions[edit | edit source]

  • Advanced Muzzle Reference System
  • Augmented Optics
  • Improved Gun Breech
  • Improved Pioneer Tool Kit
  • Improved Spall Liner

Commander and Crew Skill Suggestions[edit | edit source]

  • Commander: Juan Carlos, to improve the aim speed and crew stats.
  • Driver: Spin to Win, Off-Road Driving
  • Gunner: Sharpshooter, Do the Twist

Armor[edit | edit source]

T-64A mod. 1976 Stock Armor
Reputation Cost Credits Hull Armor (F/S/R) Hull Composition Turret Armor (F/S/R) Turret Composition ERA Type ERA Modifiers
Stock Stock 205/80/50 Combination K Composite Armor + Glass-Reinforced Plastic (Textolite Laminate) 475/175/65 Steel Insert None
The Soviet Union’s attempt to create the most advanced tank of the time, the T-64A uses an early form of composite armor on the upper glacis, with composite inserts in the heavily armored steel turret front. This offers protection against HEAT shells.


Kontakt-1 ERA Package
Reputation Cost Credits Hull Armor (F/S/R) Hull Composition Turret Armor (F/S/R) Turret Composition ERA Type ERA Modifiers
9,670 Stock 205/80/50 Combination K Composite Armor + Glass-Reinforced Plastik (Textolite Laminate) Stock. 475/175/65 Combination K Composite Armor with Aluminum insert Kontakt-1 ERA 10% vs AP, 60% vs SC
This ERA package offers protection to the front and sides of the hull, and the front half of the turret. While Kontakt-1 is an older form of ERA, it still proves effective against HEAT rounds and ATGMs, and also provides marginally better protection against kinetic rounds.


Firepower[edit | edit source]

125mm 2A46-1 Cannon
Shell name Type Reputation Damage Area of effect Penetration Max Accuracy Speed Reload
125mm 3VBM7 APFSDS AP Stock 550 0m 310mm 0.13° 1,750 m/s 10.00s
125mm 3VOF22 HE-F HE Stock 550 1.50m 40mm 0.15° 850 m/s 10.00s
125mm 3VBK16 HEAT-FS HEAT 12,745 560 0m 450mm 0.14° 905 m/s 10.00s
125mm 3VBM9 APFSDS AP 12,595 560 0m 380mm 0.13° 1,750 m/s 10.00s


7.62mm Secondary Weapon
Shell name Type Reputation Damage Area of effect Penetration Velocity Accuracy (Fully Aimed) Reload Time Shells in Magazine Reload within Magazine Burst Fire Rate
7.62mm AP AP Stock 8 0m 18mm 855m/s 0.15° 5.00s 800 {{{reloadm}}}s 400.00rd/min


Mobility[edit | edit source]

Name Reputation Cost Credits Max Speed Reverse Speed 0 to 32km/h 0 to Max Speed Hull Traverse Fire Chance
KhZTM 5DTF Diesel Engine Stock Stock 50.00km/h {{{reverse}}} 7.33s {{{0-max}}} 31.90deg/s {{{firechance}}}


KhZTM 5DTFM Diesel Engine 2,015 30,475 50.00km/h {{{reverse}}} 6.29s {{{0-max}}} 32.70deg/s {{{firechance}}}



Upgrades[edit | edit source]

T-62 Upgrades
Name Reputation Cost Credits Description
Upgraded Exhaust Smoke 4,835 39,575 Provides a total of five smoke deployments on an eighty second cooldown between uses.


1A40 FCS 6,800 65,960 Reduces aim time by 20%.


Improved Autoloader 18,990 133,975 Increases reload speed by 10%.


History[edit | edit source]

Class: Medium Tank
Developed: 1969-1976
Service: 1976+
Vehicles Built: cca 1500-2000
Operators: Soviet Union, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan

The T-64A Model 1976 variant was the final T-64A production variant. By 1974, the T-64A was deep in production already while being upgraded practically every year with new features, its teething problems resolved one by one – between 1969 and 1973, no fewer than 242 modifications were made on the vehicle, most of them to the engine and the suspension.

From 1974 to 1975, the first major armor upgrade took place when the frontal part of the turret aluminum inlay was replaced by another one, this time made of corundum balls. The automatic loader was upgraded as well and, finally, the tank received a new gun model – the 2A46 gun, an upgraded version of the original 125mm 2A26 smoothbore.

The gun was of the same caliber and barrel length but without the problems that plagued the older model. Specifically, the 2A26 gun barrel was too thin and twisted when exposed to elements, causing the gun lose accuracy. Plus, the recoil mechanism wasn’t well-designed either, its hydraulic fluid mixed with air, causing the gun to recoil incorrectly, further reducing its accuracy. These issues were solved on the 2A46 gun that officially entered service in 1970. The gun was stabilized by a new stabilizer model called 2E28M2 and received a new thermal shroud.

The engine also received some upgrades and became actually capable of running on multiple fuel types. The 1974-1975 upgrades integrated into the 1976 model became the biggest and the only major upgrade to the T-64A while keeping the T-64A designation. The production of the T-64A ran from 1968 to 1980-1981 with the last four years being in parallel with the T-64B model. The T-64A remained in Soviet service until the dissolution of the Soviet Union when the remaining tanks mostly seemed to have ended up in Ukraine. Like the other T-64A models, this tank was never exported and was only passed to the successor countries after the dissolution of the Soviet Union.

See also[edit | edit source]