D4Y Judy Dive Bomber cutaway

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  1. skiswimcycle

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    #1 skiswimcycle, Apr 10, 2011
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    Would any with a cutaway of the "Judy" Dive bomber, which replaced the Sally?
    D4Y.
     
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    This is from the Japanese "Mechanism of Military Aircraft Series"
     

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    I don't think the Judy replaced the Sally, I think it replaced the Val. The Sally was the Ki-21 twin engine land based bomber.
     
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    #5 razor1uk, Sep 19, 2011
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    Are there any manuals and other related detailed info's, shematics, parts assemballies etc for this bird onsite or available? I did a search, but most of it was just people talking or having 'debates'...

    Thanks in advance for any and all assisting posts members/postees :)
    (calling you 'posters' just makes you sound colourful but flat and 2 dimensional...)
     
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    Here's some internal equipment views
     

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    Cool attatchments warhound, any more(, anyone)? :D
     
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    Here is some more
     

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    Very interesting stuff.
    Thank you for sharing.
     
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    I second that sentiment too Col. King :)
     
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    #11 GregP, Oct 2, 2011
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    You wondn't have a nice flat scan of that cutaway would you?

    We're restoring one (of two in the world) and could use a good cutaway!

    Just FYI, we're almost ready to mate the wing to the fuselage. it is located at the planes of Fame Museum, Chino, CA.

    Update: The Judy has now been moved out of a private, secluded restoration area into the public restoration hangar, and we are very close to mating the wing to the fuselage. It is located at Chino airport in Chino, CA, U.S.A, and you are all invited to come and see it in person.

    And I'd STILL like to get a nice flat scan of taht cutaway!
     
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    Sorry Greg I missed your post

    Here is the best one I have Enjoy

    Charlie
     

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    Many thanks Krieghund, I apprecaite it. Should have posted this MUCH sooner ...

    Our own Judy is looking very good indeed. We have a radial-powered version and are now fitting the ejector exhausts to the aircraft. It looks absolutely beautiful!
     
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    Is the restoration to flying condition?
     
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    BTW, I wish those Japanese Model Art and Maru Mechanic books get English translations instead of the zillionth book on the bloody Me 262!
     
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    I OCR the pages and use Google translate to get the English
     
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    #17 GregP, Jan 15, 2013
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    Here's my own 3-View:

    D4Y_Line_Detail_11_14.jpg
     
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    Like the look of that!
     
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    #19 GregP, Jan 22, 2013
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    Thanks! Have lots more ... I've been experimenting with making the 3-views transparent to one another but not the background. I think it adds to the effect, but does take some time. Can make the lines (or the fill, for that matter ...) any color, but chose a dark green due to close match to the paint color and white for neutrality. It works with almost any background. The bitmap makes it look bad. In native format it is crisp, clear and you see each individual rivet.
     
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    Bring on some more !
     
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