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Tony Edmundson

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About Tony Edmundson

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  • Birthday 10/02/1960

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    Comox, BC
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    Aerobatic teams, Sabres, Tutors,

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  1. Tony Edmundson

    Airfix 1/72 F-86 Sabre - here we go again

    They are the closest thing to it, though
  2. Tony Edmundson

    Sabre F.5 RCAF. 1/48th

    Not to worry, Paul; 23381 was a early Mk6 therefore it was delivered with the wing fence. It received the slatted leading edge later in life. Nice work !! Tony
  3. Tony Edmundson

    Canadair CL-44 stretch vs. Britannia

    Thats why we're lucky in 1/144, we just have to shorten a -44J and slap on a Britannia nose for a Yukon, or just buy a welsh Yukon kit.
  4. Tony Edmundson

    Airfix 1/72 F-86 Sabre - here we go again

    The Fujimi airbrakes have their own problem; they are SQUARE shaped, so are the wells. Pavla to the rescue again !!!!! Tony
  5. Tony Edmundson

    Airfix 1/72 F-86 Sabre - here we go again

    I have the Pavla details for the speedbrakes, but on my last build, I just disregarded the difference and built them OOB but cut the lower mount arm to give them a proper droop. I pick my battles, speedbrake well details is way down the list.
  6. Tony Edmundson

    Canadair CL-44 stretch vs. Britannia

    If it were I, I would be shortening a J rather than extending a Britannia. or swapping a cockpit section between the two.
  7. Tony Edmundson

    Canadair CL-44 stretch vs. Britannia

    What scale? Welsh made a 1/144 CL44J I measured the differences between the Welsh Britannia and the Welsh CL-44J in front of the wing the difference is 35mm; behind the wing the difference is 22mm this may have helped, maybe (now to find the differences between a CL-44D and a J Tony
  8. Tony Edmundson

    F-86 Sabre decals, Skyblazer

    Andre, you are in luck, I have a second sheet of the 1/72 Cutting Edge Skyblazer decals. PM me with your address is you want it Tony
  9. Tony Edmundson

    F-86 Sabre decals, Skyblazer

    Yes, you could use the Airfix F-86 as a 'Skyblazer'. It has the correct 6-3 hard edge wing. Tony
  10. Tony Edmundson

    Airfix 1/72 F-86 Sabre - here we go again

    The headrest on the seat is mounted by TWO rods, not one. FYI. Tony
  11. Tony Edmundson

    F-86 undercarriage doors, up or down on the ground?

    When the airbrakes are closed, they lock and the switch is set to neutral, so there isn’t any pressure along lines that are close to the exhaust pipe. There is a neutral setting on the air brake switch. Cheers, Tony
  12. Tony Edmundson

    F-86 undercarriage doors, up or down on the ground?

    In that above graphic, see under Left Wing & Leading Edge, the pilot is to ensure the Gear Door switch is in the correct position. Tony
  13. Tony Edmundson

    F-86 undercarriage doors, up or down on the ground?

    I did,concerning the gear doors,(the OPs original question) also the speedbrakes are selected out or in at shutdown and do not bleed. Tony
  14. Tony Edmundson

    F-86 undercarriage doors, up or down on the ground?

    Sanguin, be wary of the ‘duff gen’ given off around here. Cheers, Tony
  15. Tony Edmundson

    F-86 undercarriage doors, up or down on the ground?

    Negative, a big negative !
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