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Master style Hawker Sea Fury

leaded50

Legendary member
#3
is its "big" size? If plan to use only 1 thickness foamboard also on the vertical tailfin, best thing is to let that be into the rear internal spar as one part, since it will be stronger. If using dual thickness, a tab up into the fin, will be better anyway.
 
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This is the start of my master style Sea Fury. This is my first master style build, so if anyone has any tips, I would be very appreciative.
Excellent - another Sea Fury! I think it's the best looking plane of WW2, and doesn't get enough attention. I built a Master Series style version a while ago - photos attached for inspiration. Good luck with the build!
 

Bo123

Elite member
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is its "big" size? If plan to use only 1 thickness foamboard also on the vertical tailfin, best thing is to let that be into the rear internal spar as one part, since it will be stronger. If using dual thickness, a tab up into the fin, will be better anyway.
it’s not very “Big”. Hopefully around the size of a normal master series, which is like 1.2M.
 

Bo123

Elite member
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Update 1
I’ve full covered the tail. I will try to cover all the exposed foam from pulling off the tape with the paper pulled off from the other side.
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