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19 hours ago, williamj said:

Just a mild warning on the REXX sets,bought 2 for the spitfire....they won't fit(I mean won't) unless you cut them up..and they disintegrate when you try it.

 

So put another way:  they're a complete waste of money?

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15 minutes ago, williamj said:

   For me..very much.     

 

Dang Bill that sux.

I've got a LOT of REXx sets having reviewed a lot of them and they are indeed super delicate. I always was told that they were based on the OOB parts, but if yours fit that horribly/not at all, it sounds like the Spitfire set wasnt based on the OOB parts or was poorly made. 

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38 minutes ago, Out2gtcha said:

 

Dang Bill that sux.

I've got a LOT of REXx sets having reviewed a lot of them and they are indeed super delicate. I always was told that they were based on the OOB parts, but if yours fit that horribly/not at all, it sounds like the Spitfire set wasnt based on the OOB parts or was poorly made. 

  Don't know..perhaps I got a reject.   wait and see what others say.   They were for the Tam. Spit only.

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On 1/16/2020 at 7:54 PM, thierry laurent said:

Forget Moskit. The company disappeared many years ago. Another company named REXX is making similar exhausts but they are quite difficult to get and I'm not even sure they released Fw190 exhausts. 


As much chance of finding a Tyranosaurus Rex as a Rexx exhaust...

 

Joking aside, Rexx seem as elusive as Moskit

 

Hannants continues to list them as future release etc but I have never seen anywhere with them in stock

 

 

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I toyed with the idea of buying these back when they were fashionable,  but a friend who built a 1/48 P-39 with them regretted it when, in a moment of absent- mindedness picked it up mid- fuselage like any other model crushed them beyond repair. Too delicate.

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