It was very un-MiG like. Light high-wing canard monoplane with pusher propeller, built of wood with fabric cover, built to study behavior of the swept wing at low speed.
Aircraft was flown in two variants, differed by location of rudders. Test pilots A.I.Zhukov and A.N.Grinchik flew it in the end of 1945. Amazingly, it performed well without any modifications - quite unusual for canard scheme.
| ENGINE||1 x M-11FM, 81kW|
| Take-off weight||1150 kg||2535 lb|
| Empty weight||640 kg||1411 lb|
| Wingspan||9.5 m||31 ft 2 in|
| Length||7.1 m||23 ft 4 in|
| Wing area||15.8 m2||170.07 sq ft|
| Max. speed||205 km/h||127 mph|
|Dalhats Laudzafata Avicena, e-mail, 06.04.2014 18:29|
This aircraft very different than other Mig aircraft, but still nice.
|Mickey, e-mail, 21.09.2011 10:04|
if you got details please let me know.
|Doug Ensley, e-mail, 31.12.2009 04:25|
I am considering this aircraft for a Radio Controled project. I like cunards and find the aircraft most interesting.
|Mirko, e-mail, 15.10.2008 21:46|
This Mig 8 is very beautiful and unique plane.I decided to make it (1:3) and I almost made fuselage, but I had problem with mesuring. I do all the work from sketches, so I have difficulties doing this plane. Do you have any measures (angles or any other dimensions) for this plane? If you do, could you please send it to my E-mail.
|John Varnell, e-mail, 15.01.2008 21:23|
DO you have mesured drawing for the mig 8.
Do you have any comments?
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