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Fw 190 A-8/R2 Engine
for Eduard kit

Eduard BRASSIN, 1/48 scale

S u m m a r y :

Catalogue Number:

Eduard BRASSIN Item No. 648 482 - Fw 190 A-8/R2 Engine



Contents & Media

17 parts in grey resin; one brass plated photo-etched fret.


USD $39.95 plus shipping available online from Eduard’s website


GBP£22.20 EU Price (£18.50 Export Price) plus shipping available online from Hannants

Review Type:

First Look


Fantastic detail; clean casting; straightforward assembly considering the complexity of the Wurger's engine bay.




A super-detailed upgrade for your Eduard 1/48 scale Fw 190 A-8/R2 kit.

Reviewed by Brett Green

Eduard's 1/48 BRASSIN Fw 190 A-4 Engine and Fuselage Guns
are available online from Squadron.com



Eduard has released a full engine set for its recent Fw 190 A-8/R2 Sturmbock kit.

This comes in the form of a self contained "power egg" that will simply attach to the front of your Eduard Wurger. You could even build it as a standalone display piece.

Eduard's BRASSIN 1/48 scale Fw 190 A-8/R2 Engine comprises 17 parts in grey resin and one brass plated photo-etched fret.

Please note that this set does not incude guns, as the cowl weapons were usually omitted on these heavily armoured aircraft.

The engine is beautifully detailed yet broken down as simply as practical.



The two rows of cylinders and the pushrods are cast as a single impressive piece, as is the spider-like inlet manifold. The cowl ring features intricate interior detail too.



The exhaust manifolds are cast as three groups of four, each ending in hollow exhausts. The engine mount is cast as a single delicate piece.



The cowlings feature gorgeous detail inside and out.



One of the photo-etched frets features ignition harness rings.



The package is rounded out with heavily illustrated instructions.





This is an impressive upgrade for Eduard's new 1/48 scale Focke-Wulf Fw 190 A-8/R2.

Despite the complexity of the Wurger's engine bay and the superb detail present here, Eduard has designed this set to be as simple to build as possible.

You will still need some previous experience with resin parts, but this engine set appears to be as buildable as it is impressive. When finished, this will transform the basic kit.

Thanks to Eduard for the samples and images.

Review Text and Images Copyright 2020 by Brett Green
Page Created 23 January, 2020
Last updated 23 January, 2020

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