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About scotthldr

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  1. Although the rudder looks to be a different shade of Grey, I suspect that is an illusion due to it being defected from the main tailplane. I notice in the picture above the a/c is overall gloss finish so 16473 will be correct. http://www.colorserver.net/showcolor.asp?fs=36473+36440
  2. I would imagine and certainly looks like 36473 ADC Grey. The USAF version were D and K’s, Navy examples were A/B and E’s. 36440 has a Brownish hue to it.
  3. The photograph that CT7567 links to has the helicopter with White antennas, I’ve seen RSAF Cougars with Black and also Green antennas. In one of the photos I linked to, the helicopter has a FLIR turret bolted onto the side. I would say that is 36320 and I cannot discern a difference with the underside colour.
  4. Light to Medium Grey, I would guess something in the way of FS36320 Dark Compass http://cqplanespotting.blogspot.com/2018/11/exercise-wallaby-2018-republic-of_13.html https://www.maphotosg.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/IMG_2307.jpg https://www.flickr.com/photos/kelvin255/5857099320
  5. I think I read somewhere that it’s a SJU-8 seat as used in the A-7E. Which is the seat on your right in the picture above.
  6. scotthldr

    RAF Texan2

    The roundel and fin flash are definitely smaller on the Texan, than the Tucano, they might however be the same size as you’ll find on the Hawk. The serial numbers look to be the same size..
  7. That’ll be FS13538.
  8. It’s believed that McDonnell Douglas used a proprietary Grey that doesn’t confirm to any FS number, however FS16473 lightened will get you to where you need to be. Note that 36081 is referred to as Dark Gunship Grey and is not to be confused with 36118 Gunship Grey.
  9. Since you already have the base kit, all you’ll need is the WAH-64D update set from Heritage Aviation models, it includes the HIDAS antennas and a pair of CRV-7 pods, if you need another pair of CRV-7’s give me a shout as I didn’t use mine. http://www.scale-rotors.com/kit/artikel.php?id=2920
  10. Skyflash and AIM-9L was a configuration, I obviously didn't pay enough attention back in the day.. https://www.airliners.net/photo/UK-Air-Force/Panavia-Tornado-F3/829404/L
  11. I thought it was the other way round? Both entered service in 1998, so suppose it depends on how quick they were rolled out. I’ve seen AMRAAM/AIM-9 but not Skyflash/ASRAAM(but may very well be feasible).
  12. Weapons fit would depend on timeframe, Skyflash and AIM-9L or AMRAAM/ASRAAM, maybe even AMRAAM/AIM-9L.
  13. You could use a set of Steel Beach resin engine covers, if the masking doesn’t work out.
  14. Well it sounds like you know what your doing. Looking forward to seeing this build progress.
  15. Send an email to here, stating kit number, sprue number/letter. Probably worth mentioning where you bought the kit as well. She's based in China but service is excellent, obviously delivery is expected to be slowish with whats going on around the globe. sophialynm@gmail.com
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