|External dia. (mm):||155|
|Inner ring dia. (mm):||49|
|Material:||Plastic (3D printed)|
A durable, 1/6 scale 3D printed 7-cylinder dummy radial engine for W.W.II era aircraft.
How many times have you seen a W.W.II fighter – or any radial engine model aircraft, for that matter – rolled out sporting a round cowl, a single cylinder four-stroke (or an electric motor) and a gaping hole where, in reality, there should be a gorgeous 7-cylinder radial? You see it all the time! Of course, there’s a very good reason for this in that very few truly durable dummy radial engines are available, which is precisely where this neat example comes in. 3D printed in tough, lightweight plastic with enough stand-off detail to properly look the part, this 1/5-scale lookalike will quite simply transform your Corsair, Zero, Thunderbolt, Harvard or, indeed, any number of Allied or Axis W.W.II aircraft. In the great scheme of things this a very small price to pay for an essential scale accessory
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