For the ANZAC campaign I am building a pair of Special Hobby 1/48 Boomerangs
Resin Parts, CA-12 on left CA-13 on rights
The CA-13 also has the main landing gear in resin rather than the plastic of the 12.
Main visual difference between the two versions is this hedgehog exhaust for the CA-13
Plastic sprues appear to be common to both kits
Resin cylinders, 4 sets of 4 per engine, each set has two front and two rear cylinders of which I immediately screwed up two by cutting too much off the bottom. So have to fix that...
First impression, overall the detail is there but a bit on the soft side, and the plastic of the CA-12 has an odd texture on the inner surface of parts. Haven't checked if it's the same on the CA-13 yet.
Resin engines look good, bit of flash cleanup on the cylinders.
Plastic parts seem to have very few definite locating pins, so there's a bit of care required to get things in position with the flat mating surfaces.