- Nov 17, 2016
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Those seats look so much better than mine did!
That was a major problem with my EC145 - the fuselage halves didn't fit around the cabin. I spent ages sanding and filing to make it fit, then discovered the windscreen was too wide, so what I should have done id add some plastic to the fuselage halves to make it wider, rather than making the interior narrower.Revell have been a bit clever with the cabin. Inner walls and ceiling are fitted and then the two fuselage halves fit around the already buttoned up cabin. Sounds like it should work and the magazine article of this build does say it works fine. My only worry is that if I don't get the inner walls/ceiling dead straight then the fuselage fit may be compromised - we'll see
I'll definitely bear that in mind. Fore warned is fore armedso what I should have done id add some plastic to the fuselage halves to make it wider, rather than making the interior narrower.
Yours fed up from ShropshireBe prepared to remove any interior material that may block fitting. Better the stuff that's unseen rather than the outer shell.
Excuse me Jim.As a rabble member I feel it's my duty to lower the tone immediately and say it will be a pleasure to watch you erect your big chopper.