Heh heh!! Small suggestion: the cowling at the front of the turret assembly should be put in first before you add the wing supports. Make sure the cowling is as far forward as possible in the grooves and that the "tongue" on the wing supports section goes over and not under the recess at the rear of the cowling.
When you're assembling your Networked Markerlights, make sure you mount them the same way on each drone base. There is a tiny variation in distance forward if you mount them one way, so it's important to make sure you mount the two of them the same way, otherwise one markerlight sensor will be further forward than the other.
The round plastic secruing mount for the entire wing (which comes up through the chassis into the base of the wing assembly) should not be used so that you can swap out the vehicles. You may have to use a magnet or two to help keep the wing from toppling backwards though, as the hole may not be a tight fit.
I fifgured that that was what that plug was for but that wont be used. I think I will need a teeny bit of blu-tac or some magnets to hold the platform in its proper position as at the moment it tens to tip back.
I also had un figuring out the marker lights. They are both the same and both the right way around (or at least the way that looks right to me!!!)
6 stealth suits, 2 braodsides a devilfish and now a skyray all in 2 days inbetween doing evertthing else isn't too bad at all!!
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