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harvy5

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About harvy5

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  • Birthday 24/03/1975

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    Slovakia
  • Interests
    Military aircraft in scale 1/32, and 1/48.
    Mainly Su-25 in all variants

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  1. Perfect work,but.... you have wrong colors on seats.You have colors 3rd generations but Polish Su-22 had 1th. Smaller parachutes, other colors basic parts .... Colors were very important for Soviet people
  2. harvy5

    MiG-23 lower surface colours

    EP-140 color is resistant to fuel and hydraulic . It is more expensive and therefore used only on the surface where it was needed. It's also seen on Mig-29.Other colors were alkyd-acrylic AC-1115 and these PL-6 and AMG 10-damaging. Sukhoi used a different type of color.
  3. harvy5

    Which frogfoot should I buy???

    Yes! Smer Su-25 is ex-OEZ,KP,EDUARD,Kovozavody Prostejov ... But better Frogfoot is not, Monogram is bad joke.
  4. harvy5

    Sukhoi Su-22M3/M4 Fitter-F (Sic) KH80146

    Even the internet is a lot of photos Su-17M-3 with engine R-29 in the Soviet aviation. Initially was lack of engines AI-21, nothing strange in a communist economy. Red 50 from the KH is once with the R-29 engine.But camo is brown and green not only green. Send me your email.
  5. harvy5

    Sukhoi Su-22M3/M4 Fitter-F (Sic) KH80146

    Su-17M-3 was in two versions. The Soviet Air Force had AI-21 and R-29 versions, but only R-29 versions were available for export. And there were also two versions. Only later for Hungary, Syria and Iraq could have racks for R-60 .
  6. This is not AA-1, but a Polish rocket, rebuilt from AA-1 and used as a target.
  7. harvy5

    SU-17/22 M4 KITTY HAWK

    Very nice and especially realistic! Only one, SPS-141 for Su-17/22 was sand, green was for Su-25. There are differences in the back of, therefore it was color coded .
  8. OK, I'm probably weird, but I like reality. In Bagram I'm from US wepons man heard enough criticism for bad data pods I'm build F-16C block 55 from Okinawa ... Yes I'm stupid idiot from AF and for mi is Accuracy Accuracy! Now I'm working on the line as a technician for the A-32x family, I do not look details?
  9. Bad dimensions and shapes, OK it could be accepted for you. But where's the target pods for the missiles? Su-17 / 22M-3/4 has integrated only the KLEN-54 laser targeting system. Its for Kh-25ML,Kh-29L.For other missiles must have a marker pods
  10. I wait for the kit and compared with drawing! Compare the picture is a little weird!
  11. How will you solve the missing racks? Will it be a variant with the KKR? I do not know, but these weapons are laughing. And at least 1/2 is unusable on Su-17!
  12. harvy5

    Kitty Hawk's 1/48th Scale Su-22M-3 & M-4

    Interesting. Russian modelers rate it positively
  13. I do not know, I see everything
  14. harvy5

    Kitty Hawk's 1/48th Scale Su-22M-3 & M-4

    I feel the aftermarkets for KH pay more than the kit . And just to repair basic faults.
  15. harvy5

    Kitty Hawk's 1/48th Scale Su-22M-3 & M-4

    Have you noticed the missing racks in the kit? For the KKR version it's OK, but for other variants, missing two racks! Racks D1 and D2 are for pylons D73,72,34 and 35. A really high-quality model!!!!
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