Zil-131 Central AZK-5

Zil-131 Central AZK-5

Soviet/Russian truck developed and produced in the years 1966 – 2002 in the Department of Trucks in the name of Lichaczow (ZIL) in Moscow. Its design is derived from used mainly in the civilial Zil-130. Our copy was produced in 1987. It is a vehicle – the control panel forming part of a set of automated artillery sound reconnaissance AZK-5.

The vehicle equipment included: radio R-159, unit PAB, night vision PNW-57 fire control device PKO 87, power supply and computer OPTIMUS. Set AZK-5 consisted of 5 cars Zil 131, in addition to the Head Office they were still: a vehicle of communication and 3 cars for base measurement.

Length / width / height: 7.04 / 2.49 / 2.97 m
Curb weight: 7200 kg
Payload (road / area): 5 / 3,5 t
Drive: petrol engine, carburetors, 8-cylinder V system with a capacity of 6 liters and 150 hp
Maximum speed: 80 km / h
Fuel consumption (highway / area) on 100 km: 40 / 50-100 l