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  1. Would this have an open canopy option? It is not shown, but thought with all the trouble for the folded rotors, braces,and trolley that it would be in the design. areva
  2. What is the purpose of the fuselage cutout behind the cockpit? Was the antenna mount different? areva
  3. Would the different colors on the CAD drawing denote separate parts, such as control surfaces? areva
  4. On the ground, would it have dropped flaps and slats Like an F-111 or F-14? If so would this company model that feature? Thanks, areva
  5. Wow, that comparison is telling. By looking at the three photos, AM, Tamiya, real thing, wouldn't any of us be splitting hairs at any of the two kit's faults. areva
  6. What could set it apart from Tamiya or Accurate Miniatures? Variants...Separate Control Surfaces...Open Engine Bay... areva
  7. Those Flaps... http://www.hyperscale.com/2017/features/firebrand72cs_1.htm cannot figure how to post image areva
  8. All those parts, but no leading edge slats? I'm still not seeing slats on the exploded view. The area may be recessed, without showing them, and maybe not. areva
  9. What will set this Special Hobby kit apart... Open canopy with easy mounting? Separate elevators? Separate flaps? Detailed wheel bays? Other? areva
  10. The slats, Flaps, etc. look fixed, and maybe that is good. areva
  11. Looked like it was pretty much finished tooling. areva
  12. Does anyone make decals for Japanese ring/mottle type camouflage? If not, they should! areva
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