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F-14D Super Tomcat
Anytime Baby! Do I need to say anymore? No, but i will just for grins. Features: Folding wings, moveable flaps and ailerons (in white), all moving horizontal stabilizers, topside and underside airbrakes, tailhook, retractable landing gear, inboard angled air intakes with moveable bleed air doors and visible F110-GE-400 turbofan blades, and of course two detachable AIM-9s and four detachable AIM-120s. Soon to come: "Turkey Feathers" for the F110-GE-400 engines and Decals from VF-101 "Grim Reapers";
About this creation


Wings full open








Aft: flaps down, tailhook down, airbrakes deployed, horizontal stabilizers up.



Landing gear down, bays open.



Landing gear up, bays closed.



Better shot of the engines turbofan blades



And well thats the secret to tilting the air intakes inboard twoard the fuselage.



Close up of the Bleed Air Doors. If you want to know what they do, feel free to ask me. I just don't want to ramble on about Aeronautical Engineering right now.



Such a beautiful plane



Comments

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  April 4, 2014
Awesome work!
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  December 29, 2013
:o The F-14 has been my favorite aircraft since the first time I saw Top Gun
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  November 30, 2013
Very cool.
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  November 30, 2013
Very cool.
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  October 13, 2013
PERFECT
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  August 10, 2012
You must be a pilot or Aeronautical Engineer because this is AWESOME!
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  March 24, 2012
Wow in my opinion the best!!!
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  March 8, 2012
I love your f-14! and yes heheheh yes i did "borrow" your painting scheme. i love how the nose is more pointed than mine! this is my favorite f-14! 99999/5
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  February 1, 2012
can you make an F-22 PLEAASSSEEE!!!
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  May 16, 2011
You broke my heart: I can't have it!!
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  December 15, 2010
Ho. Lee. {Censor}. My pitiful little lego planes just became very depressed. I'm still zooming-in, trying to find the little picture-perfect Tom Cruise in the cockpit. All this needs is Top Gun decals, and "Highway to the Danger Zone" playing on the creation page, and it would be perfect.
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  November 17, 2010
Exceptional job. Best F-14 I have seen in Lego.
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  October 21, 2010
Another example of a well done front! Excellent!
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  August 4, 2010
COOL!!!!! LOVE THE WINGS. IF YOU HAVE THE TIME COULD YOU CHECK OUT SOME OF MY MOCKS.
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  August 4, 2010
COOL!!!!! LOVE THE WINGS. IF YOU HAVE THE TIME COULD YOU CHECK OUT SOME OF MY MOCKS.
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  June 11, 2010
this should be a motd
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  April 5, 2010
Very good work! This is my favorite aircraft, and this a very great recreation. A few things have already been mentioned that can be tweaked.
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  April 1, 2010
Ah, i did see a f-14 super tomcat on the INTERNET for a price of 349,99 $ !!!!! But this thing is mighty men, weapons, just everything<3 :-)
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  March 25, 2010
OMG this... this is... I can't talk, it's that good!
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  March 5, 2010
Quoting Gryphus1 Advanced Fighter Plane Pilot/AFPP You did buy this on the web not. Anyway this is cool men.
Negative AFPP. I built this myself.
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  February 18, 2010
You did buy this on the web not. Anyway this is cool men.
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  February 16, 2010
I always felt the F-14 Tomcat was the most beautiful design of them all. So sleek and graceful. This is a great rendition of one, top job on the wings to.
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  January 17, 2010
This Tomcat looks very very good. I can only say: "TOP GUN"
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  January 7, 2010
Unbelievable jet build you have here. The wings back just highlights the fast look of the thing and there are just so many details. Great build -Sam
Scott Behne
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That LDD Guy
  January 5, 2010
Nice!
  September 4, 2009
Your jets are truely a sight to behold, but your F-14 is the best! Not only is it quite large, but it is also full of interesting details (two facts that, of course, go hand in hand). I am not quite sure about using two minifig pilots concerning the scale, but that's just a minor point. Hope there is more to come from you! PS: Why not using white background for your pics to highlight your planes even more?
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  August 13, 2009
Quoting Billy M Only one word can describe it: AWESOME!!! And, I'm going to ask it. What are the Bleed Air Doors for?
Well Billy, simply put: they help control the speed of the air moving through the intake and into the jet engine. Every jet engine is different and needs airflow to be moving into it at certain speeds. The problem however, is that supersonic fighter aircraft (like the F-14 going at Mach 2) can fly well above those needed airspeeds. More airspeed is better right? Well, not exactly. That Mach 2 airflow starts acting like a supersonic fire hose, and can tear the aircraft's engine apart. So, supersonic aircraft have ways of altering airflow into the engine to slow that incoming air down for the jet engine to handle. I would suggest going to M.A.T.S. where Torsten Anft has done a great illustration at http://www.anft.net/f-14/f14-detail-airintake.htm Does that answer your question?
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  May 29, 2009
Wow this is really amazing. My favorite part is the wings. Although i do have one gripe, im not a big fan of the way you did the nose. I dont know it seems to pointy and too narrow. Then again i may be wrong. Anyway great moc! -----David
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  May 29, 2009
Only one word can describe it: AWESOME!!! And, I'm going to ask it. What are the Bleed Air Doors for?
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  May 29, 2009
Very nice Scott! I love how the backswept wing configuration looks. Tons of great details... Only probably a tad too big for minifigs, but as somebody said further below: minifigs are oddly proportioned, so anything one builds for them is always a compromise, one way or another. Cool plane, anyways! Steffen
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  April 7, 2009
This is what I typically refer to as 'good'. :) 10/10
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  April 7, 2009
Quoting Ralph Savelsberg The only thing on this one that I'm not sold on is the undercarriage. It's hard to get that right, I know, but the main gear doesn't retract into the engine nacelles.
You are absolutely right. The rear landing gear fold up into the wing glove areas, or "shoulders" near weapon stations 1 and 8. And well, (I should say, "No excuse sir!" like the typical plebe) but in building the Tomact I was pressed for time and had to settle for less detail than I wanted. The main gear and a handfull of other details were sacrificed. Sadly I have three more weeks to wait before I return home to make modifications. I think I'll try my hand at creating a non-lego canopy (Ralph yours are absolutely fantastic) and connecting the wings together. Thanks a million. -Scott
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  March 31, 2009
All I can say is I'm impressed. A couple of things here and there that I might have done differently, but all in all, a beautiful plane. How bout a head on shot to show off those intakes and the aggressive lines of the plane? Nice work! Peace - Packie
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  March 31, 2009
Great plane. Ive always dreamed of making a Lego Aircraft carrier scaled to minifig. Id want to make planes to go with it. Id like to nearly scale the deck to the planes, but not quite that big. While I love your plane, I think it is a tiny bit too big for minifig scale. The problem with minifigs is that they are never properly proportioned to the vehicles they drive in. If I was going to make an F-14, Id want it a bit smaller than your representation. But, to get the level of detail you have, maybe it would have to be that big. Anyways, great job. One thing Id like to see master builders do is take pictures of their creations as they build them. I know from experience that the creator never thinks they could recreate the creation perfectly again if it was tore down and forced to start over. Ideally, as you create something, take a digital picture after adding a few pieces. Then when its done, you put all the pictures together in a powerpoint and you have an instruction book for your creation. You can share the instruction book, hopefully, and it allows you to tear down your creation and use its parts for something new. Then if you ever want to rebuild it, you just pull out your instruction manual. Ive always thought of this concept because If I ever get enough spare money some day to build my super carrier, Id have to photo document the process because I could never repeat it a second time. If your brave enough, you could always photo document the creation for a manual by taking pictures as you slowly break it back down. If you took the right photos, you should be able to put it right back together. I would think a master builder would be more proud to share his instruction manual of his master creation.
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  March 31, 2009
Fantastic rendition! The details are great and you've captured the overall shape fantastically! Keep on building ~ Nowhereman
 
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