Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine The core parts in these kits are near identical with the only differences that we can see being the decals and the headlight cover, which are clear in the base kit and tinted yellow for the Good Smile racing machines. Fujimiís own photos of the test builds look a little odd at the front and this seems to be a combination of ride height and the depth of the tyre sidewalls, so care will be needed during the build to get the front down as much as possible when installing suspension. The basic shape of the mouldings looks good and the there is a fair level of detail in the cockpit and on the underside. For those wishing to use these kits as a base for one of the many Porsche decal sets now being produced to make Le Mans subjects etc, the body details are correct for the 2011 GT Am cars but for GT Pro and the 2010 runners, you will need a transkit (SKULMGT3). If youíre building out of the box, the decals included are very well printed and the Anime liveries of the Good Smile machines will make for very attractive models. The only area that we would be looking to improve is for the few parts on the plated sprue which include the brakes and rear wing supports, all of which are very clumsy. Overall, good kits though and plenty of potential.
Mass produced plastic kits that build well. Instructions usually in several languages. Some subjects require slightly more advanced modelling techniques but these are well explained in the instructions. Made in Japan.
Porsche GT3 RSR model by Fujimi
Plastic Kit: 1:24
Good Smile Racing, 7773
Super GT. Also available STUFP24138 etched detailing set.
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