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Credit & Disclaimer
This is a compilation of my notes. Everything here comes from various authors in the Skyhunter RCGroups thread, some of which are referenced directly. Take it for what its worth your opinion is the only one that counts when it comes to your plane.

Elevator servo
don't forget to install your elevator linkage on the top of the horizontal stab rather than below it. [Daemon] Poke a hole through the foam for the servo arm.

Adhesive (CA + accelerator)
Foam joints: Sand all mating surfaces CA accelerator on one side, let evap for 30 seconds. Thick CA on other. [Daemon]
Foam->Velcro: thick CA down on the foam first, then spray accelerator on the Velcro adhesive
and almost immediately stick it down into the CA (wipe up the glue that oozes out the
sides immediately, and don't let it get back into the velcro hooks [Daemon]
Foam -> servo, carbon rods/ribbons, control horns: thick CA on foam, spray accelerator on part
Three-piece joiner: do NOT glue! [Daemon]

Motor mount
Install 4x M3 T-nuts (blind nuts) in the mount prior to gluing to fuselage. Tape over the T-nuts prior to prevent glue getting into threads. Glue the side with the T-nuts to fuselage. Attach the motor with M3 x 10mm bolts (w/ Loctite of course). You can also add an M3 x 8mm shock vibration dampener in between the mount and motor. More info here [Bonafidepirate].

Fuselage velcro
single strip of 2 inch wide velcro down the center of the fuse, and when I fly
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