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Alex Matvey

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  1. So, what the problem? There is no any assessment if it "good" or "bad". Just fact I noticed. You like it - you buy it.
  2. Of course. I mentioned "inflated" bladders above. They also have shape issue comparing to real thing.
  3. Looks like whole central section at the wing root and wing pivot area is way too thick comparing to original.
  4. If we consider fully inflated wing bladder, there is more weird shape issue. It is clearly visible on completed model.
  5. There is some difference I see))
  6. The "stinger" was updated for modern (downward) standard on all early production Su-35S
  7. First photo typical for F-14A, the vast majority of F-14D's have the second layout (ECS was obviously modified for new electronics) Note that the right exhaust also has 10 vanes, while the left has 9. The plane on third photo is only one I've seen with such portside outlet layout. It may be some repair or "custom" replacement on museum airframe. We made both type of ECS exhaust in our set for Tamiya F-14D A.M.U.R. 1/48 PE F-14D detail set
  8. Good idea, Darren! Though PE fans are included the resin parts may be better option.
  9. Thank you, Brian! I know about gun vents combination and photo shows just how the PE fits the model. It's just an option for those, who wants to build very late F-14. I was just unable to shove all details I want in this set. I will include the NACA scoops in the second set, intended for late F-14 models, especially since we are waiting for the fortcoming Tamiya F-14D release. Another option will be resin add-on we also intend to make.
  10. Thank you! Already available. 16USD for set and 6USD for stiffeners. Write to rust1968@gmail.com for immediate order.
  11. Some details of new PE set are installed on model. The set made of 0.05mm thick stainless steel and has many optional parts. ALM_3718 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3717 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3716 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3715 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3714 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3720 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3693 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3694 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3697 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3699 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3700 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3705 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3708 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3710 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr ALM_3713 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr F-14_Tamiya_instruction_PG1 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr F-14_Tamiya_instruction_PG2 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr One more little set of stiffeners around the airframe is also 0.05mm steel. ALM_3719 by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr PE4819.Instr by Alexey Matvienko, on Flickr http://amurreaver.ru/
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