Top and bottom fuselage halves.
Oddly angled main wheel bays.
Main parts sprue.
Note 2 X radomes, ejection seats, instrument panels and 2 X sets of tailplanes.
Missile sprue (4 of) and pylons sprue (2 of).
Two one-piece fins.
Extra nozzles for WS-10 engines.
Markings and stencils decal sheets.
Decals for instrument panels and chaff/flare dispensers.
2 X Instrument panels - Su-27 (left), J-11B (right).
Simplified cockpit tub.
Mainwheels - simplified.
Reasonable K-36 ejection seats.
J-11B radome with strengthening/lightning strips.
Anti-FOD mesh screens are solid.
Painting guide for operational machine.
Painting guide for prototype.
Missile painting and decalling guide.
For a commercial kit, the K-36 ejection seat is not too bad. Kit (left) NeOmega (right)
Panel detail is very fine engraved.....
Cockpit - painted very dark grey and decals added.
The cockpit tun sits on top of the nosewheel bay - and the jetpipes are added.
The intakes in place.....
... effectively hiding those odd-angled wheel bays.
Side profile looks good.
The first primer coat revealed those nasty sink marks on the wing upper surface - easily fixed with a smear of filler.
Strange moulding on the wingroot.
For a kit seat, Trumpeters rendition of a Zvezda K-36 isn't too bad - I added a firing handle from fuse wire.
Cockpit view with seat installed - note the green-tinted Chinese-developed HUD
Undersides sprayed Hu-166, masked, then topsides Hu-167
PL-12 adaptor rail