Here's a review
of a new 72nd scale General Electric F110 engine nozzle from Doctor Pepper
In the package, you get 2
nozzles in a light-colored resin wrapped in bubble pack t protect them.
The details, engraving and
casting inside and out are very well done. For anyone who has built
kit-supplied nozzles before, one knows it can sometimes be tricky getting
the individual petals to line up nicely. They also will be a benefit if
making a GE powered F-16, and one doesn't have the GE kit nozzles, making
an F-14B/D from an F-14A, F-2A/B or F-15K from an F-15E.
These GE-F110 nozzles are
designed to fit Hasegawa F-14 kits, and will also fit F-16 kits (with some
cutting, as the shroud in the CJ boxing is attached to the nozzle).
For prep, simply cut off
the pouring stub at the base and wash with soapy water. Paint, and then
attach with super glue or epoxy.
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You can order
from Doctor Pepper Resins directly http://drpepperresins.blogspot.com/index.html
If you have any feedback,
be sure to visit ARC's forums and let David of Doctor Pepper Resins know.
Special thanks to Doctor Pepper Resins for the review samples.