Author Topic: AV-22 and E-22 Tilt Rotors  (Read 1894 times)

Offline kitnut617

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Re: AV-22 and E-22 Tilt Rotors
« Reply #75 on: Yesterday at 10:59:40 PM »
Thanks guys --

Jeff, I was going to use it on a Mosquito, but it didn't come from one. It actually comes off a CF-100  --- a Mk.V to be exact  ;)  That kit is getting converted into a recce bird.

Oh the horror Robert! What is the source of your recce snoz?

 >:D >:D >:D

RF-101C Carl, but it's also getting a large pannier too -- I'll get some photos taken of where it's at and start another thread   ;)  Hint; it'll make Kit Spackman proud --

Offline kitnut617

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Re: AV-22 and E-22 Tilt Rotors
« Reply #76 on: Today at 03:39:31 AM »
Here's the new nose tidied up and a round of PSR

Offline kitnut617

  • Measures the actual aircraft before modelling it...we have the photographic evidence.
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Re: AV-22 and E-22 Tilt Rotors
« Reply #77 on: Today at 03:43:38 AM »
Another thing I've done is to relocate the APU from the wing center section to the rear of the port sponson. I've done it this way because I've got the GAU-8 in the starboard sponson and needed something to offset the weight on that side. Same reason I put my refueling probe on the port side.

The exhaust I've used was made from a bit of curved sprue which I hollowed out.