I just painted the cowling on #2 last night. The decals are homemade and leftovers from other projects. Maybe there's a little outward angle, but they looks pretty straight to me. Have fun flying yours.
It's not necessarily a bad thing, probably not as important on an electric twin because the risk of an engine out is much lower. Looking back at the pictures, I now see that the motors are not screwed in place. That would explain why they looked so angled.
I went back and straightened out the base plates with a ruler between them and I tighten up the screw instead of the motors are facing the exact same direction. Then I started getting to work the wheels and the landing gear which I'm going to leave as fixed. During the last night's arcn build night, I got them installed and made sure that the front lineman gear Head support while still leaving enough room for battery up in the nose. After getting pretty much everything on including a prop I went to go back and balance the plane and realized that the battery really needs to be placed essentially under the wing. So I carved a hollow in the belly underneath the wing and it looks like things are ready to go.
Hit a small Snag. my one transmitter has the Throttle backward. turned on, the motors dutifully fired up. and hit the chair it was resting on. after fix the error, I fired it up again, and it one motor mis-fired (esc connection damage?) and stuttered. I had lost patience to trouble-shoot this.
I will get at this soon. I will also be setting this up with my T16 instead.
I could see by the first moments, it was ready to fly, thanks for the encouragement. When the canopy came up, not off right away, it really changed the flight characteristics. I will tape it down next time.
What I will likely do different:
Metal Gear Servos, and 2204 2300kv motors with 5x4.5x3 dalprops that I have around.
I plan to FPV in the Cockpit and try and scale build and light a cockpit.