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Old 11-01-2022, 07:17 AM
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Making more room for the landing door joints.



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Old 12-12-2022, 09:20 AM
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Hello najary,
Well sir, you are just an artist !!
The engineering and level of excecution that go into this build seems to let all the others speeechless !
So it is up to me to metion on how much I enjoy a perfect Spit coming alive !
Really, I take my hat off !!
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Originally Posted by hofer View Post
Hello najary,
Well sir, you are just an artist !!
The engineering and level of excecution that go into this build seems to let all the others speeechless !
So it is up to me to metion on how much I enjoy a perfect Spit coming alive !
Really, I take my hat off !!
see you
hans
Thank you Hans for your kind words.
Isaac Najary
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Isaac,
What a wonderful build. It rekindles my desire to start building in wood once more.
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Isaac,
What a wonderful build. It rekindles my desire to start building in wood once more.
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Thank you John.
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Whaou! fantastic work !
Like any Spitfire or warbird, beware of excessive weight in the rear part of the fuselage.
Here's a link of french building log of Mk XIV Focke RC Spitfire:
https://www.modelisme.com/forum/aero...c-2019-a.html?
Video link of the building:

He had to put about 2.5kg of lead on the nose, in spite of a 3 inline cylinders ROTO engine !...



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Whaou! fantastic work !
Like any Spitfire or warbird, beware of excessive weight in the rear part of the fuselage.
Here's a link of french building log of Mk XIV Focke RC Spitfire:
https://www.modelisme.com/forum/aero...c-2019-a.html?
Video link of the building:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uLg9SCTL6QU

He had to put about 2.5kg of lead on the nose, in spite of a 3 inline cylinders ROTO engine !...

I am aware about the heavy tail problem, that is why I am going to use 4 motor batteries of 5,000 m.h.a. 6S instead of weights in the nose.
I also going to use a big electric motor that is weighs about 2,000 gram that can produce 15,000 watt but I will use only about 8,000 watt so it will help to deal with the cooling problem.
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Hello Isaac,

Great build as usual!

Question, the adapter or parts holder for your lathe, did you make it? or is it sold separately? It looks fantastic and I have been looking for one for a long time.

Best regards

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Hello Isaac,

Great build as usual!

Question, the adapter or parts holder for your lathe, did you make it? or is it sold separately? It looks fantastic and I have been looking for one for a long time.

Best regards

Alejandro
Here:
50mm שחרור מהיר סגן/שולחן מלחציים/SIEG מהיר צבת X0/SX0/X1/SX1/ SX1L/M1/M4/SM4 S/N: 10035|מלחציים| - AliExpress
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The only thing I would say (and it is intended as constructive critiscism) is that the green is very dark for RAF interior green. Here is an example of a suitabale paint for plastic modellers: https://www.missionmodelsus.com/prod...interior-green
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The only thing I would say (and it is intended as constructive critiscism) is that the green is very dark for RAF interior green. Here is an example of a suitabale paint for plastic modellers: https://www.missionmodelsus.com/prod...interior-green
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Hi John
The cockpit color is BS283 (FS34226).
The colors that you see at the picture have been affected by the amount of the light.
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