Red Jammer Parts Maps

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  1. Boba Flint

    Boba Flint Sr Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Part # 42 & 43 from Bandai's 1/48 Nashorn is used inside the engine nozzles.
     
  2. kokkari

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    Thanks for the Id's! So the next step would be if anyone has any decent images so we can correspond them to the ID's?
     
  3. DaveG

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    Can anyone help identify any of these parts? Thanks.

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  4. Hammer3246

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    1. is 1/35 Tamiya Matilda
     
  5. Boba Flint

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    #3 is from 1/72 Hasegawa Sherman
    #7 is from Tamiya 1/35 88mm GunFlak 36/37
     
  6. Hammer3246

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  7. Hammer3246

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    Found this, looks pretty good, could possibly be from another Aircraft too. This is the Airfix 1/144 Hawker Siddeley Trident 1C.

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  8. kokkari

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    That looks right! The raised squares even are rounded like the original.
     
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  9. Scott Graham

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  10. Boba Flint

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    #5 is the Nichimo Tiger 1
     
  11. swgeek

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    Pretty sure #4 is from the 1/35 Tamiya Jagdpanzer IV L/70 Long, B sprue.
    Same sprue is in the Mobelwagen, not sure what else.
     
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  12. swgeek

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    I'm not sure which Y-Wing thread this question belongs in but most of the part mapping seams to be happening here, so I thought I would try my question in this thread.
    Does anybody have any leads as to where this part comes from (the green highlighted part)? It looks like it's 3 or 4 parts together, I'm mainly stumped on the flat panel below the round parts.
     
  13. Alonzo Fonzo

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    It's cut from a casting of the TIE cockpit. Two of the round parts are from the Nichimo Jagdtiger and Tam. M23 I think
     
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  14. swgeek

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    Thanks Alanzo. I had figured out the other parts, I'm just trying to find the flat panel part of it. And It's actually for my TIE Fighter, I'm not building a Y-Wing....yet, haha. There's a lot of good work happening in this thread and since the part is on both crafts I thought I'd try my luck here.
     
  15. Hammer3246

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    Do you know the source of the struts in red?
     
  16. Studio Kitbash

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    I can confirm this, having received my kit today. The purple highlighted piece (on the Port Side Mid Wall map) has 8 bumps, and on the right side (in the b/w picture) it has 9 bumps. The Airfix Trident 1C in 1/144 scale has TWO 8-bump clear pieces and FOUR 9-bump pieces. So this should go down as being doubly confirmed. NICE FIND!
     
  17. DaveG

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    Does anyone know what kit this part is from? It's used several times on the engine cans. Thanks!

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  18. kokkari

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    It's cut from a larger piece from the 1/25 Centurion
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  19. DaveG

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    Thanks! It looked familiar but I was being to micro and not taking the macro approach. I have that part!
     
  20. DaveG

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    How about this part on the Starboard engine?

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  21. kokkari

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  22. DaveG

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    Ah! Yes indeed it does, thanks!
     
  23. bwayne64

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    Does anybody know if the 1990 version of the Airfix Hurricane is the same tooling as the 1977 version, or do we need the older one. You can find the 90s version, the 77 not so much, cheers

    Joe
     
  24. maxhebus

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    Any idea about the origin of those little fellas (11)?

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  25. stonky

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    I'll have to double check but I think that they're from the 1/400 Heller Task Force.
     
  26. maxhebus

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    Thanks Stonky.
    Waiting for your confirmation before acting. ;)

     
  27. stonky

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    Confirmed. :)
     
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  28. maxhebus

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    Awesome. :)
    Thanks

     
  29. stonky

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    No worries!
     
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  30. bwayne64

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    Anyone ? Bueller, Bueller ? ;-)
     
  31. Hammer3246

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    I have a few hurricane kits at home but I'm not there till next week. I think they're the same tooling but the box art changed.

    Going by what I've been able to identify regarding the TK and Jammer Y, I'd say the tooling hasn't changed.

    Just my opinion.
     
  32. Lee S

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    Best I can tell the Hurricane is the same kit from first to current issue. The Harrier is really the only one that's changed, and even that was through add-on parts, so you can still use the newer ones.

     
  33. bwayne64

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    Thanks guys, I appreciate it. I've also noticed the Bandai Messerschmitt mentioned in the maps. Isn't it just the airfix one we need, or both, Cheers,

    Joe
     
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  34. Hammer3246

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    The struts from the Bandai kit are used around the engines.
     
  35. bwayne64

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    Cool, thanks Hammer !
     
  36. Hammer3246

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    You're very welcome.
     
  37. DaveG

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    I know this isn't a Y part but I was hoping you guys might know what kit this part is from. It's been in the bottom of my parts drawer for more than 20 years. It's just under 3 inches wide.

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  38. emrumi

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  39. DaveG

    DaveG Sr Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    That's it. thanks!
     
  40. Studio Kitbash

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    Anybody have an R2 Droid Strip (from the X-Wing) they want to sell/trade me in order to make a Red Jammer underside? Happy to pay you in cash or in kind for any nurnies or greeblies you might need. Shoot me a PM if you can help. Thanks!
     
  41. Jkirkon

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    I may have one I will check when I get back home. Let you know this weekend.
     
  42. Jkirkon

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    I have this one, if it helps.
     

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  43. Studio Kitbash

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    Anyone have a clear photograph of the 1/25 Centurion part on the "Red Jammer Fuselage Underside" that sits just in front of the mounting hole? It's on the Parts Map, but the picture is so fuzzy it's not at all clear whether it's a stand-alone part or a heavily modified subsection of a larger part. A clear photo of either your build, or the part, or simply a higher-res underside shot would greatly help in Identifying Sprue Letter and Part Number. Thanks!
     
  44. Hammer3246

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    This Part?

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  45. Studio Kitbash

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    Yes! That's it. #C43. Thanks so much.
     
  46. Studio Kitbash

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    Green Mystery Part #3 Identified:
    On Parts Map 3, "Red Jammer Parts Map: Neck Block Port Side" the "Mystery Part #3" highlighted in green is Part #50 ("Gangway") from the vintage Otaki 1/600 Yamato.

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    And yes, it took me 2.5 years to find this kit.
     
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  47. moffeaton

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    You scored a vintage one? nice!
     
  48. Studio Kitbash

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    Yes, turns out the GREEN background Otaki Yamato is also a boxing that contains the original molding of the kit. Just be sure to avoid the Yellow background boxing and the Silver background boxing. Set your Ebay search for "OT1-28 Otaki Yamato 1/600", and either be awake between 1:30 AM and 2:30 AM when Ebay sends out their alerts, or do searches on International Sellers at least once a night/morning every day for two years and you too will get lucky. (I am under the impression that International Sellers do not "show up" in Saved Searches, which is how I found mine in Germany of all places. The guy who had it wrote the price he paid for it in 1977 on the inside box top, and it was less than 12 Deutschemarks.

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    Meanwhile, if anyone needs a casting let SJanish know (and he's a much better mold-maker), and he'll make one for you.
     
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  49. Hammer3246

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    Nice find!


    I wonder what happened to Big Dog, his mapping was super?


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  50. sjanish

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    Here is a picture of my Otaki Yamato castings. Go find my thread in Project Runs if you are interested in a set plus lots of other parts for the Y-wing.

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