The final variant of the F-14 was the F-14D Super Tomcat. The F-14D variant was first delivered in 1991. The original TF-30 engines were replaced with GE F110-400 engines, similar to the F-14B. The F-14D also included newer digital avionics systems including a glass cockpit and replaced the AWG-9 with the newer AN/APG-71 radar. Other systems included SJU-17 Naval Aircrew Common Ejection Seats (NACES) and Infra-red search and track (IRST).
Although the F-14D was to be the definitive version of the Tomcat, not all fleet units received the D variant. Congress decided not to shut production down and funded 55 aircraft as part of a compromise. A total of 37 new aircraft were completed, and 18 F-14A models were upgraded to D-models, designated F-14D for rebuild. An upgrade to the F-14D's computer software to allow AIM-120 AMRAAM missile capability was planned but was later terminated.
- Detailed fuselage w/accurate design
- ? (omega) shape canopy is 2-directional slide-moulded
- Wing sweep can be varied
- Optional position flaps
- External loads:AIM-9×2;AIM-7×2,AIM-54×6;Fuel Tanks×2
- Finely detailed cockpit,gear cabin,
- crew seats with photo-etched seat belts and harnesses.
- Highly detailed Engines
- Grooved rubber tires
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