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Harrier 100% LERX

for Hasegawa / Revell kits


Alley Cat, 1/48 & 1/72 scales


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Catalogue No. and Description AC 72002C - Harrier 100% LERX for Hasegawa
AC 48002C - Harrier 100% LERX for Hasegawa / Revell Kits
Price: AC 72002 - 8.50
AC 48003 - £3.50
Both available online via A2Zee Models' website

or their Ebay Store
Contents and Media: FAAM 48002 - Ten light cream coloured resin parts; full colour instruction sheets
FAAM 48003 - Two parts in cream coloured resin; instructions
Scale: available in 1/72 and 1/48 scales
Review Type: FirstLook
Advantages: Simple, one-piece conversion; beautifully cast; minimal cleanup required.
Recommendation: Highly Recommended.


Reviewed by Brett Green

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Hasegawa's 1/72 and 1/48 scale Harrier GR.7 kits come with a 70% LERX (Leading Edge Root Extension), although all newly-built GR.7s were fitted with 100% LERX and all GR.7s converted from the earlier GR.5 would eventually be retrofitted with the larger extension too.

Alley Cat has now addressed this issue with 100% LERX parts in both 1/72 and 1/48 scales.

The parts will be a simple replacement for the separate 70% LERX in Hasegawa's kit of either scale. The 1/48 scale LERX will also fir Revell's re-boxed Harrier kit.

In each scale, the conversion comprises a single part in pale salmon coloured resin. Intakes, vents and slime lights are all cast authentically in place. Preparation will be very simple, with a small strip of resin to be removed from each side of the LERX's rear.

Instructions are supplied on a small sheet with five steps of text directions and photographs showing the waste material to be removed, and the part in place.

Alley Cat's 100% LERX sets will be warmly welcomed by anybody building Hasegawa's 1/72 or 1/48 scale Harrier GR.7 kits.

Highly Recommended.

Thanks to A2Zee Models for the review sample

Alley Cat and FAA Models' accessories are available from A2Zee Models  website

or from their Ebay store http://www.stores.ebay.co.uk/a2zee-models

Review Text and Images Copyright 2008 by Brett Green
Page Created 14 May, 2008
Last updated 14 May, 2008

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