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  1. I am glad that you like my models of Orao! length of model is 40cm This 25101 Orao is the prototype of J-22 with afterburners. On 22 November 1984, Orao 25101 piloted by test pilot Marjan Jelen broke the sound barrier in a shallow dive over Batajnica air base, becoming the first Yugoslav-designed aircraft to exceed Mach 1. The aircraft is incapable of breaking the sound barrier in level flight, so it is classified as subsonic.
  2. Here are just finished two my wooden desk top models of J-22 Orao, ex Yugoslavia markings
  3. @ Low flyer the blue color is mix of black Mr.color gx2 & blue Gunze Mr.color gx5
  4. in my opinion, I think it is better to use AKAN colors or Hu127 with Hu31 than MM colors for Mig-29
  5. Nice work! what colors you used for P40E & P40K?
  6. copy/paste from here http://groups.yahoo....linermodelling/ http://groups.yahoo....80, Boeing 717/ HOW DO I CONVERT AN AIRFIX DC-9-30 INTO ANOTHER DC-9 VERSION? HOW DO I CONVERT A MINICRAFT MD-80 INTO ANOTHER MD-80/90 VERSION? HOW DO I CONVERT A HASEGAWA OR DOYUSHA DC-9-40 INTO ANOTHER DC-9 VERSION? By Jodie Peeler. ------------------------------------------------------------------- for updates or corrections, e-mail raisingirl@mindspring.com Conversion details on http://www.webspace....fcm/convert.htm ------------------------------------------------------------------- Variants: ---------- DC-9-10 Initial production version. DC-9-20 Series 10 fuselage joined with Series 30 wing and uprated engines. Ordered by SAS. DC-9-31/32 First stretched version, produced by adding 114" (2.90 m) plug forward of the wing and a 65" (1.65) m plug aft of the wing. Wingspan and wing area increased. DC-9-33/34 Series 31/32 with increased wing incidence to improve cruise performance. Heavier aircraft with increased takeoff weight rating. DC-9-40 Further stretch of the -33, adding 38" (.97 m) to the fore and aft plugs. DC-9-50 Further stretch, adding 76", 1.93 m fore plug and 57" (1.45 m) aft plug. C-9A US Air Force aeromedical evacuation variant of DC-9-32CF. Fitted with full-width "airstair-type" ramp that folded into the fuselage, and extended for loading stretchers. Also fitted with OMEGA long-range navigation antenna in extended fairing between the elevators. C-9B US Navy logistics version of DC-9-32CF. Also fitted with OMEGA fairing. Two were acquired by Kuwaiti AF in 1976. VC-9C USAF VIP transport version of DC-9-32. Also fitted with OMEGA fairing. MEASUREMENTS FOR CONVERTING THE AIRFIX DC-9-30 KIT: NOTE: The Airfix kit is missing the lobe crease, which will be needed for all variants. --------------------------------------------------- Variant Wingspan Fuselage Fore Aft Modifications ------- -------- -------- ------ ------------- DC-9-10 89'4" 104'5" -.79" -.45" - Remove 1/4" (6.4 mm) @ wing tip 27.23 m 31.83 m -20.0mm -11.4mm - Remove leading-edge slats - Decrease chord 6% - Add fences to leading edge - Stabilizer should have no anhedral DC-9-20 93'5" 104'5" -.79" -.45" - Wing ok 28.47 m 31.83 m -20.0mm -11.4mm DC-9-31/32 93'5" 119'5" ok ok - Wing ok 28.47 m 36.40 m - 3 degree stabilizer anhedral DC-9-33/34 93�5" 119�5" ok ok - Increase wing incidence 28.47 m 36.40 m 1.25 degrees - Larger wing/fuselage fairing DC-9-40 93'5" 125'7" +.26" +.26" - As DC-9-33/34 28.47 m 38.28 m +6.6mm +6.6mm DC-9-50 93'5" 133'7" +.53" +.40" - As DC-9-33/34 28.47 m 40.72 m +13.5mm +10.1mm - Add front fuselage strakes ===== MD-80/90 Series by Jodie Peeler Variants: ---------- DC-9-81 Initial production version. DC-9-82 Higher thrust version suited for operations from hot and high airports. A number of DC-9-82s were partially assembled in the US and shipped to the People's Republic of China for final completion by the SAIC (Shanghai Aviation Industrial Corporation) starting in January 1986. MD-83 Longer-range version of the MD-81 with two additional fuel tanks in the cargo compartment. MD-87 Short-fuselage variant of the MD-83. 114" (2.90 m) removed forward (between two cargo doors), 95" (2.41 m) removed aft of wing. MD-88 Variant featuring EFIS cockpit displays, flight management system, an onboard windshear detection system, and increased use of composites in the airframe. MD-90 Stretched, medium range MD-81 fitted with IAE V2500 engines. MD-95 Short-hop, fast turnaround variant. Essentially a shortened MD-90 with the DC-9-33/34 wing and BMW/Rolls-Royce BR715 engines. (Renamed -- ahem -- "Boeing 717-200".) INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONVERTING THE MINICRAFT MD-80 KIT: ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Variant Wingspan Fuselage Fore Aft Modifications ------- -------- -------- ---- --- ------------- DC-9-81 107�10" 147�11" ok ok 32.87 m 45.09 m DC-9-82 107�10" 147�11" ok ok - Check references for type 32.87 m 45.09 m of tailcone fitted MD-83 107�10" 147�11" ok ok - Add "screwdriver" tail cone 32.87 m 39.78 m (check references) MD-87 107�10" 130�6" -.79" -.66" - Add 10" to fin above tailplane (BraZ) 32.87 m 39.78 m -20.0mm -16.8mm - Add "screwdriver" tail cone MD-88 107�10" 147�11" ok ok - Add "screwdriver" tail cone 32.87 m 45.09 m MD-90 107�10" 152�7" +.40" ok - Add IAE V2500 engines 32.87 m 46.51 m +10.2mm - Add 10" to fin above tailplane (BraZ) For the truly ambitious: MD-95/B-717-200 93�5" 124� +.25" ok - Add BMW/RR BR715 (BraZ) 28.47 m 37.80 m +6.4mm - Wings are as on DC-9-33/34 (from Airfix DC-9 kit) - Use tail of MD-87/90 (BraZ) - Install "screwdriver" tail cone - New wing/fuselage fairing - No ventral airstair ============ HOW DO I CONVERT A HASEGAWA OR DOYUSHA DC-9-40 INTO ANOTHER DC-9 VERSION? NOTE: Multiply the scale measurements by two for the 1/100 scale Doyusha DC-9-40. --------------------------------------------------- Variant Wingspan Fuselage Fore Aft Modifications ------- -------- -------- ------ ----- ------------- DC-9-10 89'4" 104'5" -.76" -.515" - Remove .18" @ wing tip - Remove leading-edge slats - Decrease chord 6% - Decrease wing incidence 3 degrees - Add fences to leading edge - Stabilizer should have no anhedral - Smaller wing/body fairing DC-9-20 93'5" 104'5" -.76" -.515" - Decrease wing incidence 3 degrees - Smaller wing/body fairing DC-9-31/32 93'5" 119'5" -.19" -.19" - Decrease wing incidence 3 degrees - Smaller wing/body fairing DC-9-33/34 93'5" 119'5" -.19" -.19" - Wing and fairing ok DC-9-40 93'5" 125'7" ok ok - No modifications needed DC-9-50 93'5" 133'7" +.38" +.285" - Add front fuselage strakes
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