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UCS Jedi Starfighter Refresh
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Lego 10215 updated to remove the majority of the unique or rare parts, replacing them with more readily available alternatives. The aim has been to preserve as much of the original model and its construction techniques as possible.

In fact this model has very few rare pieces and was incredibly simple to update. The main rare part was a 6x14 dark red plate (which only appeared in one other set, the 10179 UCS Millennium Falcon V1) and has been replaced with a mix of more common dark red plates. Structural integrity of the model should not have been compromised.

The original model had a few rare or unique printed tiles. Inside the cockpit is a unique 2x2 tile that has been left plain here. On the starboard wing there is a printed white 2x2 round tile with the imperial/old republic logo, I've left it plain white due to a missing print but the part is quite common on bricklink (4150ps6), alternatives also exist.

The canopy was uniquely unprinted in this set - it is a common part with printing however. There is no suitable alternative, but maybe it's possible to get a printed canopy and remove the print detail. I'm not sure if this is really possible.

The most glaring problem, however, is the printed 4x4 dome representing R4-P17. Only the R2-D2 poly bag released in early 2017 uses a 4x4 printed astromech dome, so any replacement element is hard to come by. I tried various attempts at a brick built 4x4 hemisphere, but they all look too blocky or don't seem to fit with the rest of the starfighter. I'd be open to suggestions for alternatives.

Disclaimer: This is a digital MOC/MOD of the 10215, and has not been tested in real life. While every effort has been made to ensure that the bricks would interlock securely, this may not always be the case and the final assembly may turn out to be very fragile.
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