|Jun 21, 2007, 12:35 PM|
Parkzone Fw-190 canopy length / Availability of Fw-190 clear canopies
I'm building an EPP Ta-152 and am trying to find a suitable off-the-shelf clear canopy. I'm down in Australia, so such things are pretty thin on the ground. I see a couple of places here sell replacement canopies for the Parkzone Fw-190 though, so I was wondering if anyone could tell me how big it is front to back. Based on my current scale, I'm looking for something about 10¾ inches. Based on quoted specs of the Parkzone bird it should be close, but I suspect it may be a little undersized. Can someone who has one on-hand whip out a tape measure and measure it for me?
If anyone has alternative suggestions for a suitable canopy (other than making one), please post them. I'm not looking for super scale accuracy, just something that is close enough.
|Jun 21, 2007, 04:25 PM|
Ah, an inch too short. Thanks flyin C.
I may be able to knock the scale down to match that if I can't find an alternative canopy. Anyone know of a 190 canopy around 10¾"?
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