The C-F/A-22C Super Sea Raptor is the refit version of the C-F/A-22B. It has new types of technologies and can travel further distances.
About this creation
Note: The C-F/A-22C Super Sea Raptor, is pretty much a 'Start from Scratch' project. My resons being is my dog(Who shall remain nameless) has thought that my C-F/A-22B Carrier Raptor was some kind of food, It was one hell of a month rebuilding the Carrier Raptor but, since some of the pieces were too chewed up to be reused I simply started to make some changes to the design, and I ended up with the C-F/A-22C Super Sea Raptor, enjoy!!!!
The one on the left (Sophie) is the one who 'chewed' my last aircraft..
The one on the right (Hector) is pretty much my mechanical assistant, whenever I make modifications to my C-F/A-22s he's usually there sitting waiting for me to ask what he thinks about my ideas!(If he looks away from me it's considered a "No Go" and if he barks at me its considered a "Go for it"!
A view of the nose with a Pilot-boom attached with more sensors/scanners intalled.
The nose of the Raptor opens showing:
- An Intercontinental Communications Device V. 2.5
- R.W.R. (Radar Warning Reciever)
- I.F.F. (Identification Friend or Foe) Indication system V. 3.0
- BioScan-D. (Biological Scanning Device)
- R.J.D. (Radar Jamming Device)
- C.J.S. (Communictions Jamming Systems)
The Topside of the Aircaft showing;
- New! Rifle Compartment (closed)
- Gatlin Gun doors (closed)
- Forced Air Intake Bay (closed)
- Mid-Air Refueling Bay (closed)
- The Emergency Air Brake (closed)
- The Weapon Bay (closed)
- Iron Pellet Fuel Bay (closed).
The Gatling Gun Bay closed.
The Gun door opened but the Gatling Gun is still lowered into the Super Sea Raptor.
The 20mm M61A2 Vulcan Gatling Gun lifts and is ready to fire.
Not to mention there are two Gatling guns on the aircraft.
The Rifle Compartment opened.
The inside of the Rifle Compartment.
The Mid-air Refueling Bay opened.
The Emergency Air Brake lifted up.
The Emergency Air Brake again viewed at a different angle.
Weapon bay opened showing a Silencer and a Gerenade launcher.
The Hidden Compartment Bay opened on the left wing.
The other Compartment opened on the right wing.
The new Thrust Vectoring Nozzels/Turbofans that Tim Cliffe and I have invented with 'Thrust Consentrators'.
Another view of the 'Thrust Consetrators'.
The Underside of the C-F/A-22C with all Landing Gear down.
The Forward landing Gear lifting into the aircraft.
Great work on all the details! Your Sea Raptor is really an eye-catcher! Just try to clean up the colour scheme. This will underline the presence of your MOC and make it easier to see the many extras you added to the fighter. bricklink.com will help you find the bricks you need. And thanks for your review on my Bf 109-Z.
Cool! When I first saw it, I thought of how smooth it looked. That grenade launcher looks like a great idea too. I thought of something like that once. Also, I declare the official name of our invention to be the 'MTV Unit.' That way the names don't get confusing. For the glory of Nova Scotia, keep building dude!