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Kit JX-07 Supermarine Attacker is a 1/25 built-up scale, flying
model jet. Includes a vacuum-molded canopy.
The Attacker was a single-seat fighter derived from the Supermarine
Spiteful. It combined the wings and landing gear of the Spiteful
with a new fuselage and tail unit. The first production aircraft,
an F1, flew in April 1950 and became the first jet aircraft to
enter FAA front line service in August 1951.
This kit includes a full-size rolled plan, building
instructions, hand sorted and weighed printed balsa and balsa strip wood, vacuum-formed
canopy, wire, TissueCal™ markings, and Easy Built Lite tissue in
dark gray and white. You will need a hobby
sandpaper, building board, glue,
and catapult rubber.
JX-07 Supermarine Attacker
Class: Scale flyer, 1: 25 scale
Building Skill / Flying Skill: Easy / Easy
Extra vacuum-molded canopy. Price: $3.26
for this kit. Price: $3.46
Click here to read about the fun Rich Pignata is having flying after he added the PowerUP to his Flying Wing.
photos of your model!
"This was built purely for rubber power. 21.8 grams" - Chris Starleaf
"Here's your Supermarine Attacker, converted to rubber. The nose is clay, for glide-testing. The stab tabs are necessary because the stab incidence is positive about 1 degree in relation to the wing. I'll mount the stab differently next iteration to allow for adjustment. Based on glide tests, I'm sure it will fly." - Matthew Payne
If you want to convert your jet to rubber power, read how Matt Payne converted the kit JX02 MiG 15. Click here.
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