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August New Accessories!

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Hi everyone, Its our favorite time of the month, new accessory time! We've got some suprises as well as some stuff we told you was coming.

 

First we have a surprise, a set of wheels for the Trumpeter Su-25 and let me just say we took these to max. Those of you who bought our Thud set know exactly what we’re talking about. We reached out once again to our European brothers to get the measurements and details required to create them right down to the valve stems noticeable in the rims lightening holes. This set includes the main and nose wheels and is designed to fit all variants of the Trumpeter kit.

 

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The next item is a long neglected weapon that has played a significant role in many theatres. The Zuni Pod! Created from measurements taken from an actual pod this is as good as it gets. Separate rocket tips and tails allow you to display your aircraft on deck ready to go or in the heat of battle, plus they will be easier to paint! This is a must have for any Vietnam era builder. For any 32nd kit.

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Check out that cap detail!

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As always we thank you for your continued support, we hope you enjoy using these products as much as we did designing them! Be sure to check out our new shuttle stuff too!

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Gorgeous!

 

I wish all the resin cast parts on the market were of this quality. I am currently fighting with some stuff that looks more like pieces of driftwood than aircraft parts.

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Nice Bryan - i bet those took nearly as long as the Thud wheels?

 

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Hey Adam, yeah, just about, but at least I wasn't out in the blazing sun for these! LOL But, I would have loved to check ot a 25 in person!

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Gorgeous!

 

I wish all the resin cast parts on the market were of this quality. I am currently fighting with some stuff that looks more like pieces of driftwood than aircraft parts.

Thanks Bryan, we try to make our products as killer as possible. .......driftwood! LOL

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Hey Adam, yeah, just about, but at least I wasn't out in the blazing sun for these! LOL But, I would have loved to check ot a 25 in person!

 

Probably didnt miss the sore bum from the bad "seating" you had either!

 

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Oh Yea!

 

More awesome work from Fisher M&P. :goodjob:

 

Looks like a last minute change to the FRAG.

 

F-4B load out will be three HIPEG Mk4 20mm Gun Pods loaded outboard and C/L with Zuni Pods on the inboard pylons!

Victor Charlie you had better run!

 

Barry

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Oh Yea!

 

More awesome work from Fisher M&P. :goodjob:

 

Looks like a last minute change to the FRAG.

 

F-4B load out will be three HIPEG Mk4 20mm Gun Pods loaded outboard and C/L with Zuni Pods on the inboard pylons!

Victor Charlie you had better run!

 

Barry

Oh yes!!! can't wait to see this one....

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Brian - when will the ZUNI's be available?? Just checked the website and no joy for a link to them.

 

Thanks,

 

Michael

Hi Michael, We're trying to play catch up on the shuttle stuff right now, but they should be up any time.

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I have just recieved my Su-25 and the are wonderfull.

A big improvmend thanks for good service and fast shipment.

I will post some pics in my topic when the wheels are finnishd.

 

Mark

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