Trumpeter 1/48 Sukhoi Su-24M Fencer-D
The Sukhoi Su-24 design dates back to the early 1960s, when Sukhoi began development of an all-weather version of their Su-7 aircraft. By the late 1960s, this design had evolved to incorporate a variable geometry wing, and the resultant T-6 prototype took to the skies at the end of 1971. Due to the complexity of the aircraft, both in flight systems and weapon systems, the Su-24 did not enter service until early 1975. Even then, the aircraft underwent many production changes over the next few years. All of these changes and upgrades were combined into the Su-24M variant, which entered service in 1983. An export version of the Su-24M, the Su-24MK, flew in 1987, and both types are still in service with Russia and other air forces around the world.
As it appears that this error is constrained to just that single rear fuselage piece, perhaps we will see an aftermarket correction for this before too long. For those that don't want to wait for that, it would be a tough fix, but one could chop up the kit piece and bring the exhausts closer together by shimming the edges of the exhausts on the bulkhead they're attached to. Another possibility is to put exhaust covers on them, and just make them slightly oval, to give the perception that they are closer together than they really are.
Still, I suppose it is nice that Trumpeter included that, for those that wish to have the flaps up and be able to move the wings in and out. Another nice tough along those lines is the vinyl insert for the fuselage side, for the slot cover for the wings. That's pretty much like how the real thing is, so kudos to Trumpeter for replicating that.
The decals themselves appear to be well printed, and the sheet includes a thorough representation of the stenciling found on the Su-24. There should be no problems in application.