Originally Posted by hklagges
The fix is done for the SebArt by including two medium length carbon fibre rods on both sides of the battery compartment, all along the cockpit. I still had it break there once, but not as violently as would have been expected from my Su-34 and Su-35 experiences. Maybe the fix can be transferred to the Su-35.
The Su-35 already has this implemented, saw it the other day repairing.
It features 2 flat CF rods along the sides of the battery tray and a bit forward, just as V8 says.
Don't think this is to prevent the nose breaking but rather to stiffen it a bit and avoid flexing in-flight.