Ju87R is actually a long-range model improved from Ju87B, and its purpose is known to be mainly used to attack transport ships. Compared with Ju87B, Ju87R and Ju87B, the most important improvement lies in the outer wing section of the fuel tank and two additional throwable 300-liter auxiliary fuel tanks under the wings. So that it can reach 1,080 liters of fuel carrying capacity. The main fuel tank is 500 liters, 480 liters of wing fuel tanks and a total volume of 600 liters of auxiliary fuel tanks are added. If the aircraft is full of fuel, in order to avoid overloading, the weapon load is usually limited to only 250 kg of bombs. .
A total of 972 Ju87R models were produced, including 105 R-1, 472 R-2 and 144 R-4, all manufactured by Weserflug. The last Ju87R rolled off the assembly line in October 1941.
Product number 02423
product name German Ju-87R dive bomber
Bar code 9580208024233
Product ratio 1:24
product type Plastic Model Aircraft Kit
Model size Length: 540.6mm Wingspan: 708.2mm
Total number of parts 370+
Metal parts n/a
Etched parts 1 piece
Resin parts n/a
Total number of offsets 17 sprues and tires
Announcement date 2021-03
More description -Detailed fuselage&wing w/accurate design
-Highly detailed Engines
-Finely detailed cockpit,gear cabin,
-Grooved rubber tires
-PE parts included
The F/A-18E/F Super Hornet is a larger and more advanced variant of the F/A-18C/D Hornet. An early version was marketed by McDonnell Douglas as Hornet 2000 in the 1980s. The Hornet 2000 concept was an advanced version of the F/A-18 with a larger wing, longer fuselage to carry more fuel and more powerful engines.
The F/A-18E/F fuselage was stretched by 860 mm to make room for fuel and future avionics upgrades and increased the wing area by 25%. However, the Super Hornet has 42% fewer structural parts than the original Hornet design. The General Electric F414 engine, developed from the Hornet’s F404, has 35% more power. The Super Hornet can return to an aircraft carrier with a larger load of unspent fuel and munitions than the original Hornet. The term for this ability is known as “bringback”. Bringback for the Super Hornet is in excess of 9,000 pounds (4,100 kg).
The Super Hornet first flew in 1995. Full-rate production began in September 1997. The Super Hornet entered service with the United States Navy in 1999, replacing the F-14 Tomcat since 2006.
|Item Name||F/A-18E Super Hornet|
|Item Type||Plastic Model Aircraft Kit|
|Model Dimension||Length: 380.4mm Wingspan: 272.5mm|
|Total Plastic Parts||520+|
|Total Sprues||12 sprues and fuselage|
|Photo Etched Parts||1 piece|
|More Features|| The kit consists of over 520 parts|
– fuselage&wing with finely engraved panel lines
– Canopy made from clear parts
– Finely detailed cockpit,gear cabin,
– crew seats with photo-etched seat belts and harnesses.