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Julien

F-8E Crusader Update sets - For Eduard/Hasegawa kit 1/48

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F-8E Crusader Update sets - For Eduard/Hasegawa
1:48 Eduard

 

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Update Set (48925)

This is one brass fret which includes parts for the engine burner can, missile & Zuni rails, front canopy, landing gear legs, front undercarriage bay, landing gear doors, skin strengthening plates and the bay under the main wing.

 

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Air Intakes (648301)

This set from the brassin range provides two new resin intake scoops for the afterburner cooling on the rear of the Crusader. PE Mounting plates are provided for these.

 

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Exhaust Set (648302)

If you dont want to go the photo etch route of the update set, or you want some more detail then this set provides a new resin exhaust, burner ring, and fan.

 

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Conclusion

These sets will enhance an already impressive model. Recommended. 

 

 

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Thanks Julien,

Will order this one asap.

I really enjoy the review !

Thank again.

Sincerely.

Corsaircorp

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Compared to the kit parts, the air intakes are quite mandatory replacements. Eduard should have included them with the kit.

The exhaust set is a very nice addition.

I skipped the pe set, as I personally don't see the need for it.

All in all it's a very nice package!

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