True 1/72 scale.

Professionally painted.

Great attention to detail.

All markings are Tampoed (pad applied).

Option to display the model on a stand that is provided.

Model can be shown with the landing gear in the down or up
positions.

Canopy can be displayed open or closed.

Pilot figure included.

Extremely heavy metal with a minimum of plastic.

Highly collectable.
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Hobby Master 1/72 Air Power Series
HA6003
Su-27 Flanker B
B388, Paris le Bourget, 1989
HOBBY MASTER COLLECTOR
The Su-27S (NATO reporting name – Flanker) is a single-seat highly-maneuverable
fighter aircraft built by Sukhoi Design Bureau as the Soviet response to the U.S. F-14
and F-15 and entered service in 1985. The primary role of the Su-27 was to provide
defense against American bombers, USN ships and provide Soviet bomber escorts.
There have been many improvements over the years resulting in numerous variants of
the Su-27. The export variant, the Su-27SK was sold to China and eventually developed
into the license-built Shenyang J-11.

In 1989 the Soviets revealed their new Sukhoi Su-27 at the Paris Airshow. Two variants
of the aircraft were on display, Su-27 Flanker B Blue 388 and Su-27UB Blue 389. Blue
388 was given Sukhoi bureau number T10-41 but for the Paris show 41 was painted
over with the new number 388. During the show test pilot Viktor Pugachev demonstrated
a maneuver called the Cobra that later would be referred to as the Pugachev Cobra.
The aircraft was capable of raising the nose 120 degrees and hovering in that upward
position.



Aircraft Type         Su-27S

Manufacturer        Sukhoi OKB

Role        Multi-role Air Superiority Fighter

Crew        1

Dimensions        
Maximum Length        21.935 m  (71.96 ft)
Wingspan        14.7 m   (48.2 ft)
Height        5.932 m  (19.45 ft)

Weights        
Empty        16,300 kg  (35,935 lbs)
Normal Takeoff        23,000 kg  (50,706 lbs)
Maximum Takeoff        28,000 kg  (61,730 lbs)

Performance        
Engines      2 X Saturn/Lyul'ka AL-31F afterburning turbofans
Dry Thrust Per Engine      75.22 kN  (16,910 lbf)
Afterburner Thrust Per Engine      122.6 kN  (27,560 lbf)
Fuel Capacity      11,975 l   (3,163 U.S. Gallons)
Maximum Speed @ Altitude      2,500 km/h  (1,553.43 mph)
Maximum Speed @ Sea Level       1,400 km/h  (870 mph)
Maximum Mach      2.35
Service Ceiling      18,500 m  (60,696 ft)
Range @ High Altitude      3,900 km  (2,423 miles)
Range @ Sea Level      1,400 km  (870 miles)
Maximum G-Load      .9
Takeoff Run      650 m  (2,132 ft)

Armament        
Gun    1 X 30 mm GSh-301 Cannon with 149 Rounds
Hardpoints    8 X External Plus 2 X Wingtip Rails
Missiles        
Air-To-Air      R-60/AA-8 Aphid, R-27/AA-10 Alamo,R-73/AA-11 Archer, R-33/AA-9
Amos
Air-To-Ground      NONE
Bombs      Dumb, Cluster
Pods      Rocket and ECM