The CB90 HSR is a specialized version of the proven CB90 concept. The main features include enhanced seagoing capability and crew comfort, a auxiliary generator and armament.
All seats have independent shock absorbers to protect the occupants from injuries in rough seas; although its carrying capacity is reduced (HSR is capable of carrying only 18 troops, whilst the standard CB90 H is capable of transporting 21). CB90 HSR is also equipped with a more powerful radar as well as a remote-controlled gyro stabilized 25mm autocannon. It carries the same armor as the CB90 HS does and the added weight is compensated for by the more powerful engines. CB90 HSR also features almost double the range of the normal version. However, the most important feature of this version is the ability for it to be launched and recovered via a stern ramp on a ship, making launching and recovering less risky.
Specifications: Length: 15,5m Width: 4,2m Height: 4m Displacement: 16,500 kg empty; 23,000 kg fully loaded Complement: 3 + up to 18 fully-armed troops Propulsion: 2x 1050 bhp engines; 2x Kamewa FF waterjets Max. speed: 50 knots (92 km/h) Cruise speed: 25 knots (46 km/h) Range: 500 nm (920 km) at cruise speed Armament: 1x 25mm remote-controlled gyro stabilized autocannon
2x 12.7mm heavy machine guns
Picture from above.
Picture of the front. It looks somewhat intimidating, does it not?
Front again, with top hatches open.
One more, now with the ramp down allowing the troops to quickly disembark.
Hatch leading down from the deck.
Here you can see the pilot (bottom left), the navigator (top right) and the weapon officer (bottom right) controlling the remote 25mm autocannon.
Here you can see the troops. The real CB90 (depending on what version) can embark 21 troops; however, due to the lego guys being a bit, well, I'm not gonna call them fat but more of too short for their weight, the lego version can only hold 9 troops.
And one final picture.
I hope you have enjoyed looking at this creation as much as I had building it. If you have any questions do feel free to ask. And please do comment and rate, I'd very much appreciate it.