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HK Model B-25J Backdated to a B-25C/D, Fingers Crossed

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WOW ! What did you use for the silver wire clips ? Really good work.....Harv :popcorn:

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WOW ! What did you use for the silver wire clips ? Really good work.....Harv :popcorn:

I used lead foil, cut into thin strips, cut to length, bent them into a "horse shoe" shape, put a dot of crazy glue on the location and bent them around the push rods and wires.

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Concerning the wiring of the engines, I don't know if anyone has suggested it in the past, but what I did to make it easier to do was I drilled holes were the the wires connected to the cylinder heads all the way through the parts before they were assembled, this way you can leave all you wire long off of the conduit around the crankcase and feed it through the cylinders to what ever length you need glue it on the back side and cut it off.

Hope this helps !!!

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Guest Maxim

Nice work on the engines. Early B-25's had so many field mods done to them to up armor them that anything was possible.

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Guest Peterpools

Patrick

WOW, some mighty fantastic work: detailing is simply amazing.

Keep ‘em

Coming

Peter

Edited by Peterpools

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Love the work sir.  I have an odd obsession with the 25.......doing tons of research on the J model as I'm looking to scratch one in......1/20scale

 

Love your work here, hope mine will look remotely as great as your craftsmanship.....

 

Cheers, Dan

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