Quickboost will release a bunch of new upgrades in a couple of days. Let's take a quick look at these sets.
Quickboost have just sent us in line-up supported with the pictures of their latest releses. The sets will be available in sale from 23rd April 2012.
Quickboost have kindly sent us in a line-up of their new improvement sets which should be available in sale from 27th March 2012.
Producer have kindly sent us the line-up and the pictures of the upgrading sets which will be available on the market since 27th February.
Quickboost is going to release thirteen new sets dedicated mostly to the recent releases of the popular model kits. The sets are in all popular scales and can be used in jets, props and helicopters.
Quickboost releases for December should satisfy all groups of modeling interests: jets-, helos-, props- enthusiats, big- or small- scalers.
Just the two items from Quickboost this month and both are aimed at the Tamiya excellent 1/32 Spitfire Mk IX. The exhaust pipes look very good and include the seam seen on the real thing, not sure about them being oval though! The gun barrels don't look half bad either.
All WWII subjects this month, the Liberator turbo supercharger catch the eye. Other release are for:
Some excellent resin products have been released by Quickboost in 1/72 this month. P-51D propeller with assembly jig, the DH Mosquito and the Fw Ta 154 exhausts, as well as the P-38 Lightning gun barrels look excellent.
Quite a few releases from Quickboost in 1/48 this month. The Mig-29 air intake and exhaust covers look good. I am not a big fan of resin pitot tubes, but the Delta Dart's look pretty tempting. Those gun barrels for the Hasegawa P-38 look stunning.
Included in this months releases from Quickboost is a great looking Tropical filter for the Bf 109F and the exhausts for the Sturmovik look excellent also. Just look how thin the walls of the pipes are. The spill doors for the Flogger are the doors that are just behind the air intakes and usually seen open when the aircraft is on the ground.
Rather a lot of releases this month from Quickboost in 1/72 and not a jet to be seen, which is good news for all you prop fans. The resin minigun barrels make me want to go out and acquire a 1/72 AC-47.
This month Quickboost have released a number of resin detail parts for mostly WWII types, with the exception of F-5E Tiger II. The resin parts for the Fw Ta 154, P-39 Airacobra flaps and the Spitfire Mk V stabiliser look particularly good.
This month Quickboost have released a limited run vac formed canopy for the Hasegawa 1/32 Bf 109F. On the resin side Quickboost supply a set of props for Trumpeters 1/32 Bf 109F and control levers for the MiG 23 also produced by Trumpeter.
This months resin releases from Quickboost in 1/72, focuses mostly on WWII types. The resin air intakes for the Fw Ta 154 air intakes look exquisite. The resin pitot tubes for the for the Fw Ta 154 and the Ju 88/Ju 188 look a bit delicate though.
This months resin releases from Quickboost in 1/48, focuses on WWII types. The highlight must surely be the Bf 110C/D engine bulkhead.
Just the two this month. The first are a couple of intake covers for the Mig-29A. Always a good way of lessening the work load, when you don't feel like blending in the air intake ducts. The second release are some fine exhausts, with hollow outlets. Saves drilling out the kits exhausts.
Something for everyone that builds 1/48 aircraft. Highlight for me are the E-2C Hawkeye propellers with tool. The gun barrels for the MC.200 Saetti and F-5E tiger II also look very fine.
This months resin releases from Quickboost, focuses mostly on WWII types. But the Su-27 ejection seat looks very tasty.