De-burred and finished filed, sanded, and scotchbrite the BH, and dimpled the tail cone skin attachment holes using a vice-grip plier dimpling tool. Cut and finished the inside dimensions of the smaller access panel template. Interested in aerobatics or information on an airshow place your topics here. I made a "washer" from 0. As was the case with the stabilizer, the BH flange is slightly aft of the optimum location for the kit parts. Purchasing in stages spreads the cost, but will increase shipping charges slightly. I found that the best way to do this is from the crown seam line.
Marked the tip rib web and flange lines on the upper skin in preparation to lay out the fastener holes. This has been a hour hour delay - plus a lot of time thinking this over. I considered taxiing back to tell Ivan I was ready to get airborne, but figured he was more nervous than I was so I advanced the throttle to full and thought how hard can it be? I will need to order more clecos. Did the above on both sides of the fin. I got in the habit of starting to set the rivet and checking the head to be sure in was flush guess how I figured that out?
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The bend should help the overall fit. Ki t price is the same whether purchased all at once or in stages. I imagine its very builder dependent. Due to the small wing your stall speed and overall performance suffers. I want to be very careful that the fit is correct, and that I get the attachment holes located correctly. Fit the right forward stabilizer spar using the same procedures as I used for the left.
I kept the cuts inside my fat sharpy line to leave room for sanding and finishing. Finished the fin skin cut-outs using a sanding wheel, sand paper, and a scotch brite wheel. In anticipation of the attachment requirement of the aft tail cone fairing, I trimmed the fin skin to leave approx. Began work to fit the right tail cone skin. I measured and laid out the fastener holes along the stabilizer main spar flange. Incident occurred August I considered taxiing back to tell Ivan I was ready to get airborne, but figured he was more nervous than I was so I advanced the throttle to full and thought how hard can it be?