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Aircraft-Fighter Bomber MK.II Lego Technic [MOC] 

All the good time! I present to you project Fighter-Bomber. This is the final modification. 

Instructionhttps://yadi.sk/i/kS8e8Z0e3MQAsF

And: https://www.flickr.com/photos/141358259@N08/albums/72157685860317263/page3

 

Management of the Сab :

1. Aileron
2. The Elevator
3. Rudder + Control Back Rack Chassis
4. Flaps
5. Step Rotor
6. Machine Guns
7. Clear Bombs
8. Armchair Сatapult 
9. Landing Gear Selection
10. Сabin illumination

Exterior Functions :

11.Opening:

 a. Hood
 b. Lantern Cabs
 c.Technical Compartment
 d. Fuel Tanks

12. Folding the Front and Rear Rack Chassis
13. Retractable Leaf Front and Rear chassis
14. Index Edition Chassis
15. Rocket Launch
16. Folding Wings
17. Landing Light

The model is equipped with a m-motor to drive the rotor, turn the machine guns and the landing gear. You can do without m-motor, and activate the function by rotating the screw by hand.

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That is epic! The shear number of functions, at this scale, and it still looks great.

TLG really should produce a 9V battery option like that.

 

How fragile are the connections at the nose section?

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1 hour ago, PeterF said:

That is epic! The shear number of functions, at this scale, and it still looks great.

TLG really should produce a 9V battery option like that.

 

How fragile are the connections at the nose section?

Thank you.) Yes, powerful factory batteries from LTG would be welcome, you are right.

The fore is strong enough, the loaded load is kept)

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gorgeous plane and function packed! hardly a studs worth of hollow in the plane.

 

is there much noticeable difference between using one 9v battery compared to the 9v battery box?... is that a silly question?

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Wow. Very good. I like this technic/work-horse look of the plane. You can see the amount of functions trying to jump out.

It would be super cool to see just the naked fuselage without panels. I think it is very cool how much mechanism you have in that small space. I would like to see more, all this gear-pr0n:-)

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it looks at the first sight like fuselage and wings are inspired by Hellcat :sceptic:

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very nice. packed with functions, lovely colourscheme and lines :wub:

A bit fickly controls and semi-legal techniques, but at this scale that is unavoidable with so many functions,

The propellor shaft does look a little flimsy though.

Well done!

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The plane is gorgeous! I am not a big fan of an extensive use of black bricks, but this plane have great details. 

Excellent lines. Good work!

Is this plane based on spitfire?

 

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21 hours ago, MangaNOID said:

gorgeous plane and function packed! hardly a studs worth of hollow in the plane.

 

is there much noticeable difference between using one 9v battery compared to the 9v battery box?... is that a silly question?

Yes, everything is packed very tightly.
The issue with batteries is relevant. 9v very quickly sit down, so the main source of energy is the unit, although this is not very aesthetic. Thanks you.

21 hours ago, teflon said:

Wow. Very good. I like this technic/work-horse look of the plane. You can see the amount of functions trying to jump out.

It would be super cool to see just the naked fuselage without panels. I think it is very cool how much mechanism you have in that small space. I would like to see more, all this gear-pr0n:-)

The fruit of a long labor, could not stop until it realized all the desired functions. Thank you. Unfortunately now the model is dismantled, the photo without panels I can do later.

20 hours ago, I_Igor said:

it looks at the first sight like fuselage and wings are inspired by Hellcat :sceptic:

There is something similar, you are right.

12 hours ago, Jeroen Ottens said:

very nice. packed with functions, lovely colourscheme and lines :wub:

A bit fickly controls and semi-legal techniques, but at this scale that is unavoidable with so many functions,

The propellor shaft does look a little flimsy though.

Well done!

Thank you for useful feedback) there are unfortunately enough shortcomings. You are right, I often had to make non-standard decisions to finally solve some problems, and that something still remained imperfect.

2 hours ago, evortigosa said:

The plane is gorgeous! I am not a big fan of an extensive use of black bricks, but this plane have great details. 

Excellent lines. Good work!

Is this plane based on spitfire?

 

I'm glad that you highly appreciated the model. Black is in my biggest quantity, I would have to depart from this practice) I was inspired by many aircraft, including a spitfire.

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1 hour ago, Seasider said:

Great model, reminds me a bit of a Pilatus PC-9.

 

Pilatus PC-9 аn excellent aircraft. Thank you.

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4 hours ago, Nikolay said:

Yes, everything is packed very tightly.
The issue with batteries is relevant. 9v very quickly sit down, so the main source of energy is the unit, although this is not very aesthetic. Thanks you.

The fruit of a long labor, could not stop until it realized all the desired functions. Thank you. Unfortunately now the model is dismantled, the photo without panels I can do later.

There is something similar, you are right.

Thank you for useful feedback) there are unfortunately enough shortcomings. You are right, I often had to make non-standard decisions to finally solve some problems, and that something still remained imperfect.

I'm glad that you highly appreciated the model. Black is in my biggest quantity, I would have to depart from this practice) I was inspired by many aircraft, including a spitfire.

...despite some similarities it is a great model :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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On 10.05.2017 at 2:37 PM, I_Igor said:

...despite some similarities it is a great model :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

I took many ideas from different planes. On what real plane it is more similar, it's up to me not to decide) thanks for the evaluation)

On 10.05.2017 at 3:08 PM, Davidz90 said:

So many functions :O The cabin interior is a marvel of engineering.

A technician is a cool direction! There are many possibilities to realize. Thank you)

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On 5/12/2017 at 7:46 PM, Nikolay said:

I took many ideas from different planes. On what real plane it is more similar, it's up to me not to decide) thanks for the evaluation)

You're welcome Nikolay :thumbup:

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Holly bricks. This looks quite a challenge! Thanks Nikolay for the instructions of really creative plane.

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