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Post by Mrblack0301 on Tue May 01, 2012 7:28 am

The J-10 bears some resemblance to three prior fighters: the Mikoyan-Gurevich Ye-8, the Chengdu J-9 and the Israeli IAI Lavi,[12] all of which were cancelled. The Lavi had a similar canard-configuration to the J-10, while the J-9 preceded the Lavi.[13] The general designer Song Wencong has denied the J-10 was a copy of the Lavi, and said that it was a development of the indigenous J-9[14]
News articles have claimed that some of the Lavi's technology had been sold to China by the Israelis,[15] despite Israeli claims to the contrary.[16] In 2006, the Russian Siberian Aeronautical Research Institute (SibNIA) confirmed its participation in the J-10 program; SibNIA claimed to have only observed and instructed as "scientific guides", while its engineers also believed the J-10 was not only based on the Lavi, but also incorporated significant foreign technology and expertise.[17]

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