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Joerg

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  1. Look for the W&D Studios Decal sheet Link, which covered those early F-16Ns pretty nicely. If you can’t find that, there were also 2 Ns in that scheme on Fightertown 48064, but from VF-126. HTH Joerg
  2. Jim, here you go Link. Red 14 carries a mixed load. Cheers, Joerg
  3. AFAIK Jeffrey cooperates with Gaspatch Models and not Tanmodel.
  4. Hi, I have that sheet. Will look for it later today and send you a pic of the instructions. Cheers, Joerg
  5. Drop dead gorgeous! Beautiful build and the weathering is just spot on.
  6. Fantastic work!👍 If you want to try next time, there is an even easier way, which will give absolutely perfect PE IPs: Just airbrush the panel acrylic semi-gloss black (e.g.Tamiya) and then airbrush the IP panel color using enamel paint (e.g. Testors). Then just use a tissue dampened with enamel thinner to wipe off the paint on the raised instruments. The enamel thinner will not attack cured acrylic paint. It will look just like a pre-painted panel. Cheers, Joerg
  7. Fantastic build and finish. Love how the red markings contrast the low viz scheme!
  8. Hi, I have the part you need. A18 is the one without an RWR antenna fitted, right? PM me your address. Cheers, Joerg
  9. Ioannis, sorry, maybe I wasn´t precise: When I said "inner nozzle" I meant the inner part of the actual variable nozzle with the nozzle petals and not the tube. So both variable nozzle parts stay as they are, just the tube of the afterburner section is shortened by a couple of millimeters to eliminate the inner polygonal part and then you simply butt join it. From looking at the pics in this thread that should do the trick. Of course you are right in saying that should not be necessary in the first place, but then it will take you about 2 minutes to fix it and I would do it instead of spending hours/days/weeks complaining to Aires and hoping to get a replacement part. Just my opinion.😀
  10. Guys, to me it looks like from the pics you posted that the "new" inner nozzle part without the polygonal outer surface is the same overall length as the original one. The only issue is that now it doesn´t slide into the the exhaust pipe part anymore due to the altered outer geometry. Still it should be quite easy to rectify: Just shorten the exhaust pipe to eliminate the polygonal part, where the original inner nozzle would have slid in and then butt-join it. That should fix the problem. HTH, Joerg
  11. Beautiful build. Hope mine turns out half as nice.
  12. Isn´t it a feature of the TF30 (F-14A) engine to have one nozzle open and one closed? For the F110 (F-14B/D) engine all pics I have seen shows them both open on parked aircraft. Cheers, Joerg
  13. There´s a guy on ebay selling that sheet: https://www.ebay.de/itm/Fightertown-Decals-48068-VX-9-Rhino-Vampires-VX-Test-Triumverate/173890021217?hash=item287ca72761:g:J1MAAOSwAOxb1B6e&shqty=1&isGTR=1#shId
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