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Anybody used Yahu models instrument panels? Have seen they do one for the big Airfix Typhoon and toying with the idea of using one in my build.

 

 

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I have a few in 1/48, only one in 1/32, though. The sharpness of instrument detail has to be seen to be believed. 3D switches and toggles with graphic illusions added so they don't appear as completely flat. Can't beat real 3D, however these sets I come very close.

 

Bought mine through Roll Models.

 

HTH,

 

D.B.

 

Disclaimer: I am not affiliated with Yahu or Roll Models.

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Absolutely 100% recommended.

 

I have the Spitfire I and V panels, and two for the Hurricane (all 1/32), and would struggle to see how they could be improved upon, ever.

 

I hope they have one in prep for the Special Hobby Tempest, because anything else is decidedly second best.

 

And I used to think P/E with film backing were the ultimate.

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Can only echo what everyone else is saying.

 

They are absolutely superb.

 

I used one when doing my dual Spitfire II build. Here's a photo showing the Eduard and Yahu offerings next to one another. (http://forum.largescaleplanes.com/index.php?showtopic=60455&do=findComment&comment=759124)

 

Not a great photo, but hopefully enough for you to discern the difference.

 

I've also just used one on my Hobbyboss Mark V which is under construction and I've procured them for a number of future builds (Tamiya and HK Mosquitos, Revell ME109G-6 and 10)

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I haven't used them yet, but the fact they make the correct IP in 1/32 for the Fiat G.50, is enough for me to buy.

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