|Function||Escort Fighter, Attack|
|Engines||2*1150hp Tumansky M-89|
|Speed at 0m||-||448km/h|
|Speed at 7200m||580km/h||595km/h|
The Ta-3 was based on the Ta-1bis, but with a larger wing (slightly swept forward for balance reasons on second Ta-3bis) and heavier cannon armament. It also was powered with more powerful engine.
Performance was good, pilots suggested to install M-82.
Production plans were cancelled because of the difficult military situation in 1942.
Development of the Ta-3 was continued as the OKO-7.