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Hawker Tempest MKII Corrected cowling  - Cut- (Special Hobby/ Eduard)  ACM-48030
Hawker Tempest MKII Corrected cowling  - Cut- (Special Hobby/ Eduard)  ACM-48030 image 1

Hawker Tempest MKII Corrected cowling - Cut- (Special Hobby/ Eduard)

Product code ACM-48030


€ 7.48
€ 6.57
Save 12.2%

Scale 1 : 48

Publisher/Brand Aerocraft Models

Version Resin

Category Aircraft Scale Modelling

Subcategory Aircraft Engines

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Mind: this product is an accessory to an existing or to a yet to be assembled scalemodel. The scalemodel is not included and needs to be ordered separately.

Product description

This is a 3D designed and printed part that has been designed to correct the cowling on the kits. This is a strange phenomenon that it seems that the kit manufactures cannot get the Centaurus engine cowling correct. However even more alarming is that on the Special Hobby release of the kit, they have an option to have the port side with the doors open and engine exposed. With this option they have got the design correct, so this is really disappointing as they corrected the resin parts but have not corrected the injection moulded kit parts. See the second picture
The main issue is that the lower opening door on the cowling is larger than the top one, however on the kit fuselage parts they have them equal in size.
The second picture shows the new printed cowling in place as opposed to the kit fuselage.
Note there have been added a panel wash to show the fine detail that has been created to try and match the kit fine detail.

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