HPH 1/18 Power Unit Engine Messerschmitt Bf109G-6 (Daimler Benz Db605) Resin Kit

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Seller: jhmcloughlin (1.657) 100%, Location: Newbridge, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 112260457672 HPH 1/18 Power Unit Engine Messerschmitt Bf109G-6 (Daimler Benz Db605) Resin Kit JPHPHKS18101R HPH Models We only ship worldwide with using DHL Express tracked shipping. Its costs a bit more but its fast and secure. We will send you the DHL Tracking Code after we ship and we always try to ship on the same working day as you order. We appreciate your order and DHL will deliver it to you very quickly. Our Company was Established in 1937. 1:18 Scale resin model kit Power Unit Engine Messerschmitt BF109G-6 (Daimler Benz DB605) This is a Resin Kit recommended & only for Experienced Model Builders. primary parts and details made of resin building instructions printed and on a CD lathe-turned metal parts photo-etched part by Eduard decals wires This is a Limited Edition Resin Model Kit. It Does not Include the metal Stand and Base. Some Information on a Real DB 601 Engine Daimler-Benz DB 601 From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia DB 601 ApplicationsUp to 1,100 PS (809.0 kW; 1,085.0 hp) at sea-level with 2,400 rpm, up to 1,020 PS (750.2 kW; 1,006.0 hp) at 2,400 rpm and 4,500 m (14,800 ft) altitude, B4 fuel DB 601 Aa Up to 1,175 PS (864.2 kW; 1,158.9 hp) at sea-level with 2,500 rpm, up to 1,100 PS (809.0 kW; 1,085.0 hp) at 2,400 rpm and 3,700 m (12,100 ft) altitude, B4 fuel DB 601 B-1 Same as DB601 A-1 for use in Messerschmitt Bf 110 and/or bomber aircraft (different prop/engine ratio, 1:1.88 instead of 1:1.55) DB 601 Ba Similar to Aa for use in Messerschmitt Bf 110 and/or bomber aircraft (different prop/engine ratio, 1:1.88 instead of 1:1.55) DB 601 M For use in the Heinkel He 100D 1,175 PS (864.2 kW; 1,158.9 hp) DB 601 N Up to 1,175 PS (864.2 kW; 1,158.9 hp) at sea-level and at 4,900 m (16,100 ft) altitude with 2,600 rpm, C3 fuel Up to 1,270 PS (934.1 kW; 1,252.6 hp) at 2,100 m (6,900 ft) altitude with 2,600 rpm DB 601 P Same as DB 601 N for use in Messerschmitt Bf 110 and/or bomber aircraft (different prop/engine ratio, 1:1.88 instead of 1:1.55) DB 601 E Up to 1,350 PS (992.9 kW; 1,331.5 hp) at sea-level with 2,700 rpm, up to 1,320 PS (970.9 kW; 1,301.9 hp) with 2.700 rpm at 4,800 m (15,700 ft) altitude, B4 fuel Up to 1,450 PS (1,066.5 kW; 1,430.2 hp) at 2,100 m (6,900 ft) altitude with 2,700 rpm DB 601 F/G Same as DB 601 E for use in Messerschmitt Bf 110, Messerschmitt Me 210 and/or bomber aircraft (different prop/engine ratio,1:1.875 (601F), 1:2.06 (601G) instead of 1:1.685) DB 606 A/B Two DB 601 F or G coupled to work on a single propeller shaft for use in early Heinkel He 177As - 2,700 PS (1,986 kW) at sea level with a mirror-imaged starboard component engine supercharger, and derided as "welded-together engines" by ReichsmarschallHermann Göring in August 1942, from the problems they caused with engine fires in the He 177A during service from their inadequate installation design; such problems were not present in either the Heinkel He 119 and Messerschmitt Me 261 which also used them. Alfa-Romeo R.A.1000 R.C.41-I Monsone Licence built by Alfa Romeo in Italy CANSA FC.20 Dornier Do 215 Heinkel He 100 Henschel Hs 130A-0 Kawasaki Ki-60 Messerschmitt Bf 109 Messerschmitt Bf 110 Messerschmitt Me 210 Savoia-Marchetti SM.88 DB 606 Heinkel He 119 Heinkel He 177 Messerschmitt Me 261 Licensees Aichi Atsuta Aichi M6A Yokosuka D4Y Alfa Romeo RA 1000 RC 41 Macchi C.202 Reggiane Re.2001 Kawasaki Ha-40 Kawasaki Ki-61 Specifications (DB 601 Aa) Data from [3] General characteristics Type: Twelve-cylinder liquid-cooled supercharged 60° inverted Vee aircraft piston engine Bore: 150 mm (5.91 in) Stroke: 160 mm (6.30 in) Displacement: 33.93 l (2,070.54 cu in) Length: 1,722 mm (67.80 in) Dry weight: 590 kg (1,300 lb) Components Valvetrain: Two intake and two sodium-cooled exhaust valves per cylinder actuated via a single overhead camshaft per cylinder block. Supercharger: Gear-driven single-speed centrifugal type supercharger (later, hydraulic-driven[4]) Fuel system: Direct fuel injection Oil system: Dry sump with one pressure and two scavenge pumps Cooling system: Liquid-cooled Performance Power output: 1,175 PS (864.2 kW; 1,158.9 hp) at 2,500 rpm for takeoff 1,070 PS (787.0 kW; 1,055.4 hp) at 2,400 rpm at 3,700 m (12,100 ft) Specific power: 25.52 kW/l (0.56 hp/in³) Compression ratio: 6.9:1 Specific fuel consumption: 270 g/(kW·h) (0.44 lb/(hp·h)) Power-to-weight ratio: 1.47 kW/kg (0.89 hp/lb) See also Related development Daimler-Benz DB 600 Daimler-Benz DB 603 Daimler-Benz DB 605 Aichi Atsuta Kawasaki Ha-40 Comparable engines Allison V-1710 Continental I-1430 Hispano-Suiza 12Y Isotta-Fraschini Asso XI Junkers Jumo 211 Klimov M-103 Klimov M-105 Mikulin AM-35 Rolls-Royce Merlin Resin Kits are expensive because they are sold in smaller volumes. Its a cottage industry compared to the big brands. This is because Companies that make Resin Kits usually concentrate on subjects not made by the main model companies.Resin Kits often contain extra detail like Metal Etch Parts and sometimes metal Undercarriage. So if you want something different go for a Resin Model. As building resin kits is seen to be a "Black Art" by some modellers, we offer the following advice guide: From CMR. 1) - Study the instructions and familiarise yourself with the parts before starting to work in a methodical manner, as resin kits do not have individual part numbers. 2) - Wash the parts thoroughly with detergent before any assembly or painting. This is to remove mould release agent left over from the manufacturing process. 3) - Carefully remove the parts from the pouring blocks using a razor saw - or scalpel for small items - and clean them up before starting construction. Resin can be sanded easily and scribed like styrene to restore over-sanded panel lines, although scribing is best accomplished with a very sharp scriber and light strokes. Note: a certain amount of "Flash" is normal on resin kits due to the manufacturing processes involved, but this is easily removed. 4) - Test-fit everything to check for a decent fit before committing to glue. Some shrinkage is normal for resin parts due to the batch variances in resin used and temperature. 5) - Warped parts are not that unusual in resin kits and can easily be corrected by gently heating the part with a hairdryer or by running it under a lukewarm tap before easing it back into shape. 6) - Use 5-minute Epoxy for large joins. Cyanoacrylate adhesive is more suitable for smaller joins. 7) - Gaps can be filled using "Superglue" Gel (such as Pro-Bond No.3 Slow Set/Gap Filling cyanoacrylate) or normal model filler (such as Milliput epoxy putty). When using normal model filler it is possible to use a cotton bud lightly coated in Acetone (nail varnish remover) or Cellulose thinners to clean up the join as, unlike polystyrene, resin does not melt when in contact with cellulose thinners. 8) - Use a resin primer such as "Mr. Resin Primer Surfacer" (by Gunze Sangyo) as this will reveal any "Pinholes" left by air bubbles as a result of the manufacturing process - it also provides a key for the final paint finish to adhere to. 9) - Pinholes can be filled using drops of primer, superglue or even correction fluid (such as Tippex). 10) - Wash the model again with detergent before painting it, to ensure any grease from handling has been removed. 11) - Resin kits can be painted with normal model paints i.e. Enamel or Acrylic paints (such as: Gunze Sangyo, Humbrol, Model Master, Revell, Tamiya, etc.). 12) - Vac-form canopies are normally supplied in pairs. P.V.A. glues (such as Krystal Klear) are best for affixing to the model - applied by small brush; any excess can be removed with a damp cloth before it has cured. However by first dipping the canopies in Johnson's "Future", not only does this improve the transparency of the canopy material, but it also prevents Cyanoacrylate (Superglue) from fogging them. Note: Cyanoacrylatesshould not be used directly on untreated acetate canopies, as a white 'blooming' may occur due to the adhesive reacting on contact with the transparency material. 13) - Decals supplied with our models do not require the use of solvents during their application. 14) - Many of our newer models now include Photo-Etch Detailing Sets. PE parts are best glued with cyanoacrylate (superglue). We only ship worldwide with using DHL Express tracked shipping. Its costs a bit more but its fast and secure. We will send you the DHL Tracking Code after we ship and we always try to ship on the same working day as you order. We appreciate your order and DHL will deliver it to you very quickly. Our Company was Established in 1937. Prestalia e-commerce solutions. Condition: New, MPN: JPHPHKS18101R, Brand: HPH Models

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