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Shenyang J-8 Airplane Desktop Kiln Dry Wood Model Regular Free Shipping

Shenyang J-8 Airplane Desktop Kiln Dry Wood Model Regular Free Shipping
Shenyang J-8 Airplane Desktop Kiln Dry Wood Model Regular Free Shipping
Shenyang J-8 Airplane Desktop Kiln Dry Wood Model Regular Free Shipping
Shenyang J-8 Airplane Desktop Kiln Dry Wood Model Regular Free Shipping
Shenyang J-8 Airplane Desktop Kiln Dry Wood Model Regular Free Shipping

Shenyang J-8 Airplane Desktop Kiln Dry Wood Model Regular Free Shipping    Shenyang J-8 Airplane Desktop Kiln Dry Wood Model Regular Free Shipping

Which has a production period of 1 month. If not, since we have our own factory, we can make one for you in a month. Is finely hand-carved from kiln-dried Philippine Mahogany and skillfully hand-painted in detail by gifted artisans. " in Length, with 5.10" Wingspan.

Weighing 0.45 pounds, and a package weight of about 2.2 pounds. Fresh from the factory, NOT Mass-Produced, Individually Handcrafted & Hand-painted NO DECALS! The picture shown in this listing is part of a set of photos we are using as reference for the production of the models. Each model comes with a wooden stand. We have been doing business WORLDWIDE for more that 8 years. J-8 or Jian-8 Chinese Nickname Apollo or Handsome man NATO reporting name. Finback is a People's Republic of China. Its main role is to serve as an interceptor. It has two Liyang (LMC) Wopen turbojet engines, and a maximum speed of Mach.

The aircraft is armed with a 23-mm twin-barreled cannon and seven hardpoints for missiles. Weapons carried include The PL-2, PL-5, and PL-8 short-range air-to-air missiles as well as the PL-11 medium-range radar-guided air-to-air missile. Unguided bombs and rockets can also be carried. There are currently about 300 J-8s of all types serving in the People's Liberation Army Air Force. And People's Liberation Army Naval Air Force.

That number is expected to grow in the next ten years. The plane's design began in 1964. And was the first Chinese plane to be designed and built indigenously. Despite the early beginnings, it was not first produced until 1979 and entered service in 1980. Its basic configuration is an enlargement of the delta-wing MiG-21.

Despite entering service relatively recently, it remained very unmaneuverable, and comparable to many older Soviet. The original combat avionics package was soon replaced with an all-weather capability in aircraft designated J-8I. The later J-8E featured improved electronic warfare. In 1982 work began to replace the unimpressive J-8 (Finback-A) type with a new design known as the J-8II. The J-8II (Finback-B) series appear quite different from the original J-8, with a new forward fuselage, intakes and nose structure more reminiscent of the Su-15.

J-8IIs are powered by Wopen-13A engines. It was hoped to equip the production J-8B with an American AN/APG-66(V). Radar, but this proved politically impossible after 1989. At least 30 J-8Bs have been converted by the PLA Navy to J-8D standard, with an in-flight refuelling probe for use with Xian H-6DU Badger. The J-8IIM, first flown in 1996, is a further improved version, and is considered by some comparable to early versions of F-18. One major improvement over the J-8II is the capable Russian-made Zhuk-8II coherent pulse doppler radar. The J-8IIM has had no orders from China or the export market, where it is offered as the F-8IIM. However the experience gained has been applied by Shenyang Aircraft Company to the later J-8H/F upgrades. For comparison, please see this pic. Of the J-8D cockpit, to the J-8IIM cockpit. The J-8H configuration features WP-13B turbojet engines and the KLJ-1 (Type-1471) Pulse Doppler.

With the radar upgrade comes the ability to fire the PL-12/SD-10 MRAAM. Employing an Active Radar Homing (ARH) seeker. The J-8F, featuring a glass cockpit. And enhanced air-to-ground capability using the Kh-31.

Anti-radar missile, has also been demonstrated. New build J-8H/Fs have an improved "Type-02" airframe with additional wing fences. The Type-02 is heavier than the original airframe, but can tolerate higher G-loadings. The J-8III/J-8C advanced variant with digital fly-by-wire. Flight controls was apparently cancelled during the development stage.

One airframe was converted into the J-8ACT an experimental. Fly-by-wire testbed for the J-10. To date, no plans for a twin-seat J-8 design. J-8: First flew on July 5, 1969. Initial day fighter variant, resembles an enlarged MiG-21.

Equipped with 2 x WP-7A turbojet engines, SR-4 ranging radar 2 x Type 30-I 30mm cannon (200 rounds each), and 2 x PL-2 IR-guided AAMs. J-8I: First flew in April 24, 1981. Improved all-weather version with SL-7A fire-control radar (40km range), twin-barrel Type 23-III 23mm cannon, & up to 4 AAMs (or rockets/bombs).

J-8E: Mid-life upgrade for J-8I. JZ-8 (J-8R): Reconnaissance version of J-8 or J-8I. J-8ACT: First flew on June 24, 1990, fly-by-wire testbed aircraft. J-8II (Finback-B): First flew on June 12, 1984. Improved J-8I prototype with redesigned nose/front section and fuselage.

Replaced nose air inlet with solid nose (like F-4 Phantom). Equipped with Type 208 (SL-4A) monopulse radar (40km range). However the project was cancelled and only 24 J-8II was produced.

J-8II Batch 02 (J-8IIB): First flew in Nov 1989, improved J-8II with SL-8A Type 208? Powered by 2 x WP-13AII turbojet engines. Armed with twin-barrel 23mm Type 23-III cannon (copy of GSh-23L) and up to 4 PL-5 or PL-8 AAMs (or rockets/bombs). J-8IIACT (J-8II-BW2): First flew in 1988, fly-by-wire testbed and technology demonstrator.

J-8IID (J-8D): First flew on Nov 21, 1990, modified J-8B with fixed refuelling probe and TAKAN navigation system. Failed to attract export customers. J-8III: (J-8C): Upgraded J-8II with FBW system and 2 x WP-14 powerplants. J-8IIH (J-8H): First flew in Dec 1998, upgraded J-8II with new glass cockpit, WP-13B power plant, Type 1471 (KLJ-1) PD radar (75km range) with look-down, shoot-down capability. Can use medium-range R-27 (AA-10), PL-11 AAMs, and YJ-91 anti-radiation ASMs. J-8IIF (J-8F): First flew in 2000, J-8H with WP-13BII powerplant, in-flight refueling probe, and Type 1492 PD radar. Successfully test-fired PL-12/SD-10 AAM in 2004. Wing area: 42.2 m² (454 ft 3 in). Dry thrust: 21.5 kN (4800 lbf). 27 kN (6600 lbf) each.

2339 km/h (1262 kt) Mach 2.2. Combat radius 800 km (500 mi) 1200 km w/refuelling.

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  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Philippines
  • Type: Aircraft Model
  • Product Type: Collectibles
  • Transportation Type: Jet Fighter
  • Material: Mahogany Wood
  • Length: 11.50\
  • Wingspan: 5.10\


Shenyang J-8 Airplane Desktop Kiln Dry Wood Model Regular Free Shipping    Shenyang J-8 Airplane Desktop Kiln Dry Wood Model Regular Free Shipping