Originally Posted by ROLLING CIRCLE
I would repair each time you notice damage. Use CA if you need to fly immediately. Use Welder and the dry/tack up method if you have some downtime. That being said, a little extra bracing doesn't hurt anything except wing loading. If you can afford it and you still like the feel of the plane afterwards, it's a win-win.
If you don't like the feel, tear it off and at least you tried...
I never fly broken, I do the walk of shame back to my house (I fly these in a really big retention pond field about 6 houses down from mine because they're so slow and work great in a close area).
Plus, I'm never really in a hurry, I have a crap-ton of UMX birds that I can throw out there and enjoy some flights with. I would just use either Welder's or most likely Foam-Tac as FT will set up and get me in the air in about 10 minutes. I'm going on vacation tomorrow so when I get back I'll make a trip to the local hobby shop and pick up some appropriate carbon flat to make half-length spars for the top & bottom wings, and install them centered and sandwiched up to the wood spar.