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F-15C/E Corrected Nozzles

Cutting Edge 1/32 F-15C/E Corrected Nozzles First Look

By Michael Benolkin

Date of Review October 2004 Manufacturer Cutting Edge
Subject F-15C/E Corrected Nozzles Scale 1/32
Kit Number CEC32144 Primary Media Resin
Pros Significant improvement over Revell kit nozzles Cons Resin molding blocks require care for removal
Skill Level Intermediate MSRP (USD) OOP

First Look

If you have the Revell 1/32 F-15C or F-15E kits, depending on the age of the kit, you get either only the 'feathered' nozzles (which are not in use in the US, but still used by the JASDF, Israel and others) or a simple rendition of the 'featherless' nozzles.

F-15C/E Corrected Nozzles

Cast in light gray resin, these nozzles are a drop-in replacement and include a full set of actuators and push rods that provide the complex look of the real F100 engine nozzles.

This is a simple correction for the Revell kit to give it a much more detailed look.

My sincere thanks to Meteor Productions for this review sample!

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