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Sukhoi Su-30M2

Project summary

Title:Sukhoi Su-30M2
Scale:1:48
Status:Work in progress

Project inventory

Full kits
1:48 Su-30MK Flanker (Academy 12223)
 
Su-30MK Flanker Special Edition
Academy 1:48
12223
2011 | Changed parts
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Detail and Conversion sets
1:48 Su-27 Flanker B (Aires 4264)
 
Su-27 Flanker B Exhaust Nozzles
Aires 1:48
4264
2005 | New tool
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1:48 MiG-29A Fulcrum (Quickboost QB 48 237)
 
MiG-29A Fulcrum "Ejection seat with safety belts"
Quickboost 1:48
QB 48 237
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Updated: May 06, 2012

Comments

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Holger Kranich Oh, be convinced, i´ll follow this build! I have the kit on my wishlist and i am exited what you make of it! ;)
30. April 2012 at 15:28:05
Markus Thanks Holger, I'm somewhat of a Flanker addict and therefore prepared to put a bit of extra work into the kit to get it right.
30. April 2012 at 15:52:14
Holger Kranich Thats the modellers way ;) I love the flanker, too, but never build one.
30. April 2012 at 15:56:20
Markus Unfortunatly it seems that the Flanker is bewitched, since no manufacturer can release one which is correct shape wise. All in all, I think the Academy kit is the best one in any scale (just don't get me started on that abomination from Trumpeter :))
30. April 2012 at 16:40:50
Holger Kranich I heard the only error on the Academy-Kit shall be the radom. Can you convince that?
30. April 2012 at 16:47:30
Markus The radome is one error. It is too bulbous and spoils the elegant lines completly (Quickboost and Pisco do replacements). The second problem is the windscreen which is too shallow by around 1-1,5mm.
On the single seater the cockpit needs replacement too, beeing completly undersize (more 1/72 scale than 1/4 8) and lacking details. For the twin seater (Su-27UB) they retooled the cockpit which is quite okay now.
On the Su-30MK Academy obviously didn't want to spend the money to tool new tails and gave you straight end caps to stick on the UB-tails. Here is a link which shows how to correct them (basically the same way I did it on my kit): inscale.org/pub/index.php?topic=2282.0
30. April 2012 at 17:13:13
Philip De Keyser I'm focus Markus, looks a great project, greetz Phil
30. April 2012 at 17:13:38
Marek Swiderski I'll be watching you, seating in the first row.
30. April 2012 at 17:16:14
Holger Kranich Puh, thank god, i´m a doubleseater-fan ;)
30. April 2012 at 17:17:27
Markus At least you don't want to build them in 1/32, that's were the fun begins... ;)
30. April 2012 at 17:25:26
stefan natus Another fan here........
30. April 2012 at 17:27:32
Markus Wow, so much interest here. Seems I really need to finsh this beast :) Will be the first finished kit since almost 8 years...
30. April 2012 at 18:11:02
Holger Kranich 8 years? Your bench must be full of unfinished kits!
30. April 2012 at 18:13:46
Markus Yeah, I have more than enough kits in various stages. Due to work and other distractions the builds often take month and then I start to lose interest. Showing progress here will hopefully push me a little bit... ;)
30. April 2012 at 18:20:44
Holger Kranich Same way of finishing my models, too ;)
30. April 2012 at 18:32:50
Markus Good to know that I'm not the only one :)
30. April 2012 at 18:38:16
Markus Hello all.
Some progress during weekend and some pics added.
First thing I did was to correct the rear part of the cockpit. For this I removed the raised platform and rebuilt the area using plastic card. I added some additional material on the sides of the fwd cockpit cutout and added the quite prominent canopy sills.
Another detail Academy missed are the prominent ejection seat rails. And while I was at it, I scratched a new rear wall for the 2nd cockpit because the wall should protude slightly from the cockpit.
Last item was the finished master for the new front canopy.
Cheers
06. May 2012 at 18:33:29
Christian Lehmann Hello Markus, I like these small but effective improvements. Follow thisa way.
Greetz Lemmy
06. May 2012 at 18:47:41

 


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