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New exhausts for 1/48 F-111s

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I know...
He had already decided to make them when first we started talking about the other nozzles he had other things in the pipeline.

 

Ive got some of the other parts he's made, they are second to none.

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3 hours ago, ElectroSoldier said:

I know...
He had already decided to make them when first we started talking about the other nozzles he had other things in the pipeline.

 

Ive got some of the other parts he's made, they are second to none.

 

That makes sense. When the thread first started, I think there was only F exhausts for an Academy F. Now there are exhausts for a HB F, which doesn't really exist as a kit, but, as I understand, can be built from the HB kit (?).

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17 hours ago, Mstor said:

 

That makes sense. When the thread first started, I think there was only F exhausts for an Academy F. Now there are exhausts for a HB F, which doesn't really exist as a kit, but, as I understand, can be built from the HB kit (?).

After a fashion, in the same way as the Academy kit can be built as an F-111F.

Its hard to build as there is no Pave tack cockpit as far as I know.

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Could someone post a pic from the can removed and cleaned up, from the connector side and not the rear view. I think i went a bit to far with removing the pins and part of the ridge. Just curious how you are going about it.

 

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