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Bubs666

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Hi guys have decided to build the no 5 squadron plane first before my museam one all my bits arrived this morning from hannets will start the build today .



Good luck to all again
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Hi Bubs
Looks like a cracking setup you have here - it will be loads of details to play with :-) Looking forward for your progress - all the best m8

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Cheers mate goin to build two by June this is my trial one for the aftermarket parts
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Time to start on the cockpit will undercoat and paint then post some more pics



I didn't like the seat with the kit so I brought the aires seat with the harness on.

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Excess resin cut of and dry fitted now for paint work

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Looking good so far keep the images coming 

Great to see so many builds going on [biggrin] in this group

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It is great to see what is happening with your build here. thanks for the pictures! best wishes!
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Done a bit more this afternoon on looking at the instructions I needed to do a few thigs before the cockpit, so I had to adapt the air intake and cone and then dry fit it in the fusealarge with the cockpit in case some adjustment was needed.
Below is a photo of the aftermarket radar section and front wheal bay which came in the aeries wheal bay kit



Then in the next two photos shows the hole I had to drill in the front of it to fit the aftermarket nose cone from the flight path kit which had the lug on the end the nose cone also act as the Waite to keep the front down





Then I had to cut the standerd wheal bay of off the air intake to allow the aftermarket rader part/wheal bay to fit in this wasn't easy as the instruction where useless.



Next I dry fitted everything and know ready to paint all.



More photos to follow when painted




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Good job, looking fwd[thumb]
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The seats done on with the cockpit tub now

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Looking good so far there Bubs, love the detail on the seat. Cant wait to see how this one turns out, keep up the good work
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Great work! I was anxious to see how you painted all those belts! great job. thanks for sharing so much with us....!
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Here is a few pics of the cockpit all painted up and weatherd











Here is a pic of the cockpit locked in to the fusealarge had to do some adjustments to the fusealarge and cockpit tub to get it to fit comfortabley .



Next I started on the wings and under carriage I used the aeries whealbays which involved removing the uprights on the wing with a dremmel



But before that I noticed a small problem which was that the aeries wheal bay is a lot taller than the standerd parts on the wing which need to be removed, so you have to shave the aeries whealbay down which you then lose a lot of the detail on it which has been a bad desighn from aeries.





Next is a pic of the wings glued on with the standerd parts all on



Good luck to all those using the aeries whealbays will be good to see how everyone solves this little problem to c if there is another way to do this.

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eduardo

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Great job on the cockpit[thumb]
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Nice progress - love your cockpit work! Very nice weathering! Love all aspects! Keep it up - waiting for next steps!

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