Fuselage Wiring: 4.1 hours

Drilled seat floor ribs for snap bushings. Ran flap motor, trim motor, and left wing wiring to instrument panel.


Center section: 5.8 hours

Made required bends to pitot and AOA tubes to clear the aileron pushrods. A heat gun works well for shaping shorter radius.

Took me some time to come up with a viable plan. The air lines run under the seat floor from left to right up into the right gear tower. Drilled seat floor ribs, right gear tower, and left bulkhead for snap bushings. Installed click bonds.

Installed coax connector and ran coax to instrument sub panel. This is for comm1.

Fuselage Wiring: 3.7 hours

Installed flap motor molex connector. Installed wiring from center section to instrument panel.


Connectors: 4.1 hours

Glued wing connectors to bulkheads. Added additional click bonds.

Installed wing root adel clamps. Drilled left forward gear tower for start cable pass through and drilled center skins for wing wire harness pass through.


Wing roots and GMU: 2.7

Drilled adel mount holes to inboard ribs. Painted ower center section skins and marked connector locations.

Fabricated GMU 11 connector harness.


Wing wiring: 2.2 hours

Secured GTP tempature probe wiring with zip ties.

Had to reroute wiring at last four inboard ribs to clear pushrods. That took a while. Trimmed wires and pitot tubing. Decided to install wing root connectors to allow for completing as much wiring as possible at the house.


Aft baggage LED: 2.1 hours

Installed Molex connector, ground, and installed remaining baggage LED wiring.