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Muzz

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  1. Revell 1/48 Tornado intakes

    Checked my last build and I didn't do anything either. The join is where the demarcation line for the camo colour to the light grey intake colour which helps to hide it.
  2. Tornado Gr4

    I seem to recall the IDS kit comes with the LRMTS pod but not the front clear part for it. You can make the clear part from scratch from clear spruce or a member on here was making them from clear resin (Shaun). Don't think it comes with the FLIR pod which sits on the other side of the nose gear bay. So you would need to source one or make from scratch. You need this for a GR4 but not a GR1. There's other differences with the pylons but I personally don't think it's enough to worry about. Deleted the starboard cannon, just smooth over with filler. There's obviously big differences with the cockpit layout, just depends how far you want to go. Muzz
  3. Revell 1/48 Tornado intakes

    It's been a couple of years since I built mine but pretty sure I used perfect putty smoothed with a damp cotton bud.
  4. Tornado GR4

    Remember reading that everything is closed up unless there was a fault/servicing required and then slats/flaps may be left down or airbrakes left open for maintenance. Muzz
  5. Kittyhawk SU-17 - does it need any nose weight?

    Hi Les No nose weight required, I also used the HAD shock cone and if did require any weight the resin shock cone does the job. Murray
  6. Harrier T.8 cockpit reference

    Great information Nick and thanks for the explanation with regards to the two aircraft in the dump.πŸ‘ Muzz
  7. Harrier T.8 cockpit reference

    I would suggest that these photos of a derelict GR3 and T4 show white with NMF of the fuselage sides. https://goo.gl/images/xrqNwu https://goo.gl/images/XHKf33
  8. Harrier T.8 cockpit reference

    Good question, just about to start mine and was going to reach for the white too until i read this. Looking at photos after the dark green demarcation line it looks like a dull NMF but i wonder if its the same all the way back to the fan blades?
  9. Kinetic catalogue 2018 - online

    New releases........... http://www.themodellingnews.com/2018/01/kinetic-models-catalogue-for-2018-and.html#more
  10. 1/48 Italeri Jaguar GR-1

    Their certainly using the same image as they did when they announced it before, and it was announced as a new tool back then. Had a search back through Rumourmonger and the Italeri Jag was first mentioned in 2012/13 and then mentioned in 2014 that it had been cancelled.
  11. 1/48 RAF FGR 2

    Was going to suggest this too, thought I could remember something about taping them to the inside of a window to sort yellowing.
  12. It’s not just me that thinks that then!πŸ‘
  13. Not my scale but I'd be happy with that range of schemes on a 1/48 kit, the two schemes the aircraft wore in service and an attractive special, what's not to like.
  14. Scale Scotland 2017 (Edinburgh)

    There's a large stone chip car park on the north west corner of the ground just to the side of the ice rink, used for blue badge holders etc on match days, hopefully this will be available. Also a tram stop right opposite the stadium which will be handy for a lot of folk.
  15. Scale Scotland 2017 (Edinburgh)

    I see the Scale Scotland team have announced a rather spectacular new venue for 2018! BT Murrayfield Stadium, a big move for them.
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