My post from the build 870.4 thread, should have put it here in the start.
Has the MiG 29 9.12B thing been fixed? Last time I played CMANO, Serbia/Yugoslavia had the regular Soviet version MiG 29 9.12 (or ,,MiG 29A"), but the difference between MiG 29 9.12 (Soviet version), MiG 9.12A (Warsaw pact (Bulgaria, East Germany,...)version) and 9.12B (third countries (Iraq, Yugoslavia,etc.)) version is gigantic.
I don't know much about the Warsaw pact 9.12A version, I know that it is a little downgraded, but the 9.12B version has a radar that is almost two times weaker than the original one, I think that it can't carry all (non-nuclear) AA missiles that the regular version can, it doesn't have an IFF system and I think that it doesn't even have the flares/chaff system, although I am not sure about that last thing.
So could you please replace the Serbian and Iraqi MiG's with the downgraded ones that they really have? The English name for the 9.12B is ,,MiG 29B" I think, so maybe you'll find some info that way.
By the way, Serbia just received 6 MiG's 29 from Russia, 3 - 9.13 versions, 2 - UB versions and one - 9.12 version(original Soviet one), they are supposed to come in March 2017, also Serbia received 30 T-72S tanks (Shilden) and 30 BRDM-2 in that donation. More info about that, in Russian http://bmpd.livejournal.com/2338635.html
I just checked again, it says that Serbia has ,,MiG 29 Fulcrum A" , the Soviets have the exact same thing, but funny thing is that even though the name is same, Serbian one has a ,,Slot Back [N-019EB Rubin]" radar and Soviets have the ,,Slot Back [N-019 Rubin]" , so that is correct, BUT, both have 40nm range, even though the export EB radar has a range that is double less, so I guess around 20nm, there's probably some reliable info on the net.
Range for radar N-019 is same no matter if it is soviet or any export version. The only thing which was ever mentioned is in ability to operate against electronic jamming and even this was never confirmed. Originally Soviets wanted to export MiG-29 with significantly reduced equipment and with R-24 missiles but India make clear that they will buy only non-downgraded version with newest missiles so export MiG-29 is not that much different from soviet ones despite that unfounded claims about downgrading.