All the components were aligned and glued into place.
The dummy .049 cylinder and both mini pilots came from Willy Nillies. The windscreens were cut from some scrap lexan I had laying around and framed using black vinyl.
The motor is a Turnigy 1811-2000kv outrunner with an HTIRC 12A ESC. I had a Top Flite 6x3 nylon prop in my collection that will hopefully be about right and used a red spinner nut from Willy Nillies to finish off the nose.
Initial balance tests showed this model to be very nose heavy. With that in mind, I mounted the tail servos in the aft fuse. I started with a pair of Spektrum linear servos harvested from a wrecked UMX plane but found them to be bad once they had a slight load on them. They were replaced by a pair of Emax ES-9251-II servos and then everything was good. For the aileron servo, I used a Turnigy 3.6g. The control horns are from Willy Nillies. With a Spektrum AR6100 tucked in just above the wings TE, everything was plugged in and programmed.
The final balance was achieved without any additional weight by placing the front edge of the battery flush with the wings LE. The finished weight RTF came out to 128g (4.5 oz).
Now I just have to find an opportunity to test-fly it!