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Phoinix

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About Phoinix

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    Graveyard - Zombieland
  1. I contacted them on Facebook. Apparently they had some problems with their email filter.
  2. I noticed but the price was $14 plus international shipping $25... A tad too expensive. I guess I'll have to make my own.
  3. I made two concats via email and I got no response (in 20 days). I guess they are not serious enough to complete my purchase. Too bad.
  4. It still has the front windshield shaped like a ski jump, sloped upward on the lower section? The vintage ranger looks like a duck face.
  5. Hawk has nothing to do with EC... The lever on the right is the rotor brake, pull for brake application. The one next to RH collective is collective friction lever, that is rotated for friction setting.
  6. Its near Kranj city, but its Ljubljana Airport. You are welcome, Prego Maurizio!
  7. For the picky ones, its an Agusta license build B206, no difference in maintenance or flying, so no difference for rivet counters: http://s97.photobucket.com/user/BlenderPilot/library/Show%20and%20tell/AB206B%20Jetranger?sort=9&page=1 Click on the + sign, than click + again for high res pic. Enjoy
  8. http://s97.photobucket.com/user/BlenderPilot/library/Show%20and%20tell/AB212?sort=9&page=1 Its suppose to be Agusta Bell 212, but its the same as B212, except the part numbers. Click on + for bigger photo, and again + for original size - high res. Enjoy
  9. Thank you Shep! I got into some trouble. When a guy thinks everything is fine... the model b*tchslaps your face and goes FU. This happened earlier today, when I fixed the seats to the cockpit and tryed to join the fuselage halfs together... and found out my interior walls are from some ancient variant of B_H. Austrian version doesn't have a fuel-drum-like shape at the top. There was quite some adult words while I was using my proxon to cut away a lot of resin. It looks convincing now, I'm happy. Only a few details are missing like the storage compartment box with ICS, some wires and fire extinguishers.
  10. 412 and the 212 have the same nose. I think Rod is refering to the modification of nose into correct shape as all models available have a longer nose which looks like a duck-face.
  11. Thanks! Got those codes sorted and I think I should get my hsnds on them soon. Meanwile, I got new goodies from CC (thank you Chris M)! And also stencils for my Blacky. The meshes will do I think, especially on the tail rotor GBX cover.
  12. That's why it was so hard to see the code. On the tail rotor its visible, but might as well be torn off, no sight of it on the main rotor, as on all my photos its in the shadow. Thank you.
  13. Meanwhile the pilots seat is getting in shape. A few more details and it will be ready for paiting.
  14. A question for those looking at the rotor head often... We have blue, yellow and red blade coding... which is the fourth? Black? I'm used to green, but there doesn't seem to be any green here. Photos by Daniel Brenter A big thanks goes to Daniel from Brent-air-decals http://brent-air-decals.at/kontakt/ who is taking the effort in satisfying my huge stencil and decal needs. A lot of stencils are not covered in other production sheets which I wish to have as these add a lot of details and components coming to life. This is my latest wishlist: For size reference, the red crosses are 1,5 x 1,5 mm. Thank you Daniel!
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