removed, bttom view, I presume the flexible fixture
at the bottom is for expansion.
No wonder the whole thing is so
heavy, mounted on the nose is a substantial amount of
lead for ballast, there's
no need for me to keep this on.
Wiring loom carefully removed and
for reference, re-connected up, just in case it ever
goes back together again.
When the project is completed, I
would like to have control of the rudder and elevons, this
means working out the wiring, not an easy task at all,
so in the rudders case, which happens to have open access
to the servo control unit, I have rewired it so that
me to move the rudder to compensate for side winds when moving.