Continuing work on the interior.
The arch shaped pipe on the rear office is the indicator of flap’s angle.
Instrument panel for the rear seat
I dared not to set the oxgen tank.
Because, if I were my grandfather I would not to want to bring such a heavy object like oxgen tank for the first test fligt ! 😉
Adjusting the vertical tail
All parts prepared and fuselage adhered !
But…a tragedy happened !!!
While I touched the engine I inadvertantly broke the engine attachment frame deep inside the fuselage !
To repair that, I had to cut off the panel…
I decided to make this accident turn to an occasion for detailing up. 😉
So I added some kind of pipes to the oil tank and the back side part of the engine.
The flap room and wires
So let me go to the electrical wiring work.
Landing lights made of scraped acrylic round rods.
Tip light made of optical fiber
Two button batteries and two switches(with one set for engine motor) contained inside the inspection doors.
By chance, they are fitted exactly ! 😀
By unclasping it, can take out the battery easily. Another battery on the bottom of fuselage as well.
Switches are like this. 🙂
The excellent LED set from “HIQPARTS”.
The kit’s landing gear was rather slender, so scratch-built.
The tiny object behind the armor glass is the hazard lamp for the rear seat, a bearing ball painted in clear red.