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BAM News - Released Rafale exhausts (For A and B/C/M)!


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Dear friends,

 

Following the Rafale sets I'm glad to release a small set covering the EF2000's auxiliary exhausts, both the wing root one and the tail ones which are missing in Revell's kit:

 

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APU, including internal piping details:

 

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Tail exhausts:

 

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Instructions can be checked out here :)

 

Best,

 

Arnaud

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  • arnobiz changed the title to BAM news - Eurofighter Typhoon exhausts coming soon!

Logical complement to the auxiliary exhausts, 1/48 Eurofighter Typhoon main exhausts are coming soon :)

 

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Arnaud

 

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  • arnobiz changed the title to Released - 1/48 Eurofighter Typhoon exhausts BAM48005

I'm very excited to announce that the main exhausts are now ready for order :) In addition to the exhausts themselves a set of self-adhesive guides is provided to help with the kit correction/rivet-engraving. As always the objective is to make this an enjoyable, stress-free experience ;)

 

http://bam-models.com/1-48-exhausts-for-eurofighter-typhoon-ef2000-bam48005/

 

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Any feedback welcome!

 

Arnaud

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  • arnobiz changed the title to BAM News - quite a few new 1/48 items coming up: Rafale A/B/C/M, Eurofighter, F-16C Barak

Well I've been busy recently:

 

Rafale A (Heller)

  • Seamless intakes
  • M88 and F404 exhausts (two sets: two F404s for the early test phase, F404 on the right and M88 on the left for the M88 test campaign)

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Rafale C (Revell) M88 exhausts

 

Eurofighter (Revell) seamless intakes

 

F-16C Barak tail art masks (Two references, one siwed for Tamiya the other for Kinetic) so the sand-coloured markings are the same shade as the camo :)

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All should be available by end of week 🥳

 

Arnaud

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19 hours ago, exdraken said:

wow! looks great!

 

did I read correctly?  - intakes for the Heller Rafale A? :)

 

 

Yes you did, intakes and exhausts :) The intakes are nearly ready for casting, the exhausts are finally OK after much trial and error - stay tuned!

 

Arnaud

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After a lot of trial and error regarding printing parameters, I am finally prepared to call this a success 🥳

 

1/48 Rafale A 1-piece exhausts

 

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Great!

Are the A nozzles different detail wise compared to the serial ones?

Or just size to fit the Heller kit?

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14 hours ago, exdraken said:

Great!

Are the A nozzles different detail wise compared to the serial ones?

Or just size to fit the Heller kit?

 I sized the A for the Heller kit and when I checked with the Revell kit they turned out to be the same diameter :) Some details change though which is why it will be two different references ;)

 

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  • arnobiz changed the title to BAM News - Released Rafale exhausts (For A and B/C/M)!

Two sets are now released!

 

Late Rafale A with two different engines; SNECMA M88-2 on the left, early GE F404 on the right (notice the early F404 differs from the legacy Hornet's nozzle as it does not have the small cuts at the end of the petals)

This sets includes decals for the tail markings specific to this version :)

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Production Rafale B/C/M M88-2

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Cheers,

 

Arnaud

 

 

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