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48066 F/A-18E/F/G Super Hornet Weapons Pylons with Dog Ears

Regular price $ 19.50

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These updated Super Hornet weapons pylons are completely 3D printed and include separate bomb racks to ease painting. The centerline has the bomb rack mounted integrally and all have incredible detail all the way around and can be used with or without ordnance on them. They have been faithfully reproduced by our good friend Richard van Zandt. The detail in the bottom of the pylons alone almost makes you want to build a "naked" Super Hornet. The set was designed for the Hasegawa kit but can easily be adapted to Revell. The set includes 6 wing pylons and one centerline pylon.


The "Dog Ears" are fiberglass panels over the bolts on the side of the pylons and were used to enhance aerodynamics.