The Supermarine Attacker kit is a 1:25 built-up scale, flying model jet.
The Attacker was a single-seat fighter derived from the Supermarine Spiteful. It combined the wings and landing gear of the Spiteful with a new fuselage and tail unit. The first production aircraft, an F1, flew in April 1950 and in August 1951 became the first jet aircraft to enter FAA front line service.
This kit includes a full-size rolled plan, building instructions, hand sorted printed balsa and balsa strip wood, vacuum-molded canopy, wire, TissueCal™ markings, and Easy Built Lite tissue in dark gray and white. To build this model you will need a building board, hobby knife, fine sandpaper, and glue and catapult rubber.
Includes a hobby knife, 5 blades, straight point tweezers, 5.5" x 9" Self Healing Cutting Mat, Jet Instant glue, Jet Super glue, Jet Tips, glue stick, canopy glue/tacky glue, MagnaBoard XL™ set, Minus Magnets 20 pack, and Rubber Powered Model Airplanes book. Save 25% off individually priced items!item B329 Price: $79.95
Excludes the book on rubber power and the glue stick. Includes a hobby knife, 5 blades, straight point tweezers, 5.5" x 9" Self Healing Cutting Mat, Jet Instant glue, Jet Super glue, Jet Tips, canopy glue/tacky glue, MagnaBoard XL™ set, and Minus Magnets 20 pack. Save 25% off individually priced items!item B332 Price: $66.95
Includes Sanding Stick with 120, 240, 320, 400, and 600 grit belts, Pull Saw Blade, K5 Heavy Duty Knife with beveled blade, Narrow Keyhole Saw Blades 5 pack, Curved Tip Tweezers, 1/16" Ball Tip Burnisher, Jewelers Needle Point Awl, Steel Ruler 6" x 1" with drill gauge, 15 piece drill set (1.05mm - 2mm). Save 30% off individually priced items!item B330 Price: $45.99
Includes a 10:1 winder, moldable nose weight, FAI SuperSport rubber 32 feet each 3/32", 1/8", and 3/16" and 32 feet EBM 1/16" rubber. Save 23% off individually priced items!item B331 Price: $34.95
"This was built purely for rubber power. 21.8 grams" - Chris Starleaf
"Here's your Supermarine Attacker, converted to rubber. The nose is clay, for glide-testing. The stab tabs are necessary because the stab incidence is positive about 1 degree in relation to the wing. I'll mount the stab differently next iteration to allow for adjustment. Based on glide tests, I'm sure it will fly." - Matthew Payne
If you want to convert your jet to rubber powered flight, Read Matthew Payne's detailed notes and diagrams of his very successful conversion of another of our jets. Flies great!