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  1. SR-71 Blackbird Jet Nozzles (MDR4859) 1:48 Metallic Details We were treated to a 1:48 SR-71 in 1982 thanks to Italeri, and it has been rereleased over the years in many boxes from a number of manufacturers, most notably Testors and Italeri, but also Tamiya as one of their cooperative ventures. Its age makes it ripe for detail upgrades, and there have been many, but this new jet exhaust set from Metallic Details is quite special, utilising the most modern mastering technology we have – 3D Printing. The set arrives in a card box, and inside are eight resin parts i
  2. Dear All, Having perused many of the excellent recent builds of these two aircraft it makes me realise just how 'unrealistic' my efforts are when it comes to painting the exhaust manifolds as they still end up just looking like painted plastic. I'm not after any trade secrets, and I know that practice may eventually make perfect though sadly not true in this case, but can anyone share some basic tips on how I can get them to look as if they are actually made from metal and far more like the real thing please? Apologies if this has been raised in a previous t
  3. Dear All, In the process of building the Airfix MK1a Spitfire and Arma Hurricane Mk1 in 72nd scale as part of my Battle of Britain project but as usual my biggest problem will be obtaining a realistic finish to the exhaust manifolds. I'm not after any trade secrets but just a good method to avoid them simply looking obviously just gun metal or brick red! Kind Regards Colin. Ps. any ideas on when the much anticipated Revell Ju88A-1 will be issued?
  4. Hi Guys Two new sets are available are now available for the Airfix Phantom, but could be used with other manufactures kits as well. Parts layout for Pylons, 12 parts shown but twice that will be supplied, so you will get two of each variation of the inner pylon, and four outer pylons assembled pylon options, 2 each of inner pylon (at top), 2 each of inner pylon (in middle) 4 each of outer pylon (at bottom) New resin exhaust compared to kit part Please visit Aerocraft Models website here
  5. Hi all, I finished my Hurricane last night and took some photos... The WIP thread is here: http://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/234993484-airfix-148-hurricane-mki/ It's the new tool Airfix kit, with Brassin exhausts and wheels. I used the kit decals for the 501 Sqn. option. Airfix 1/48 Hurricane Mk.I by Phil Jones, on Flickr Airfix 1/48 Hurricane Mk.I by Phil Jones, on Flickr Airfix 1/48 Hurricane Mk.I by Phil Jones, on Flickr Airfix 1/48 Hurricane Mk.I by Phil Jones, on Flickr Airfix 1/48 Hurricane Mk.I by Phil Jones, on Flickr Airfix 1/48 Hurricane Mk.I by Ph
  6. Steve N, Found this photo of a restored B-25J, Am I correct in assuming this example has both parts of the Hays modification? Looks it has the squared-off air intakes as well as the modified exhausts with some of the Clayton stacks combined and exiting through the single outlet? Figured it would be better to post this as a new topic rather than cluttering up the Airfix Mitchell discussion. Also has a good view of the bombardier's escape panel- looks like the two horizontal frames are internal- is that correct? Mike https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:B-2
  7. As most folks reading this will know, Spitfire prototype K5054 began life with a row of holes down each side of the engine cowling and was later fitted with triple ejector exhausts. During the transition period, at least one experimental flame-damping exhaust shroud was fitted, comprising a long channel open at the bottom. On 22 March 1937 she crash-landed with wheels up. Following repairs and a new green-and-brown camouflage scheme to replace the "French grey", she next flew on 19 September. I have two references which say the ejector exhausts were fitted at the same time, with their first
  8. Hi, I am currently in the process of building Eduards Me110 D. I have read a few reviews of people using after market resin engine exhausts. The thing is though I cannot find any where to buy any, anyone have any ideas? Also I am led to believe that the me110 D had smooth treadless tyres, are the kit ones incorrect then? Which ones are the right ones? Any help would be great and appreciated.
  9. The latest offering from Northstar Models for September is A set of Resin, Metal & Photoetch exhausts for the Trumpeter 1:32 Flanker. One of the features of the SU-27 are the large engine tunnels housing the Saturn/Lyulka AL-31 Military Turbofans which lead to the exhausts. The eye on the model is drawn to this area as it is on the real aircraft to the multi-hued metal finish in this area. Now kit parts will never replicate the standard modern resin & PE obtain for this area. The Northstar set will make a great deal of difference in this area. The resin, metal & PE combo will tak
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