Well I’m not sure how to start this, this is my first post, I’m 14 years old and I’ve flown rc for about 5 years now and have built (pshhh I mean crashed) plenty of foam and balsa planes. I’ve known about Flite test for 3 or so years now, I have built a few of their planes and use their building style on every plane I build. Awhile ago I bought a speed build kit for the Ft Guinea pig, and I loved it.So... I decided to go bigger. I’ve decided to build a 180% version of the Guinea pig, I’ve used this post for help quite a bit https://www.flitetest.com/articles/the-big-guinea-180-dtfb-ft-guinea-pig except I’m doing a 120” wingspan and a twin motor design instead of 4 motors. I’ve been working on it for around 4 days now and I started with this,And 6 hours of work later I have this,As you see it, it weighs about 4 pounds, with the other wingtip and the tail I’m estimating it will weigh around 5 pounds. This will be without any electronics. Speaking of electronics, I’m planing on using 6 standard size servos, a few 9 grams for the cargo door, 4250 800kv motors that are over 700 watts each and have around 6 pounds of thrust each. I will use any Esc I can find cheap, probably 80a escs. For batteries I am going to use x4 turnigy 3000mah 4s packs. 2 for each motor, they will be in parallel to basically give me a 6000mah 4s for each motor. At the current moment I’m thinking the all up weight of the plane will be a little over 10 pounds (5 pound shell, 1 pound in batteries, 1 pound in motors and escs, and then the servos and everything else) I’m wanting to paint it in a blue angles “fat Albert” theme. I will post more as I get farther along and when I buy the electronics I will make a list, I haven’t bought electronics yet in case I need to use bigger motors but I should be fine. The posts from now on will be starting from the first steps and going along, so I guess that’s it for this post.