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Old 05-11-2019, 04:42 AM
richpezz richpezz is offline
 
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Default Paint - Interior Fuselage / Cockpit

Hopefully I haven't made a huge mistake.

I'm building an RV12is and have the fuselage complete, engine and cowling installed. I have NOT fabricated and/or installed the canopy and rear Lexan window.

I have always intended to have this aircraft professionally painted after the build but have NOT painted or primed the fuselage interior / cockpit.

Question: Does any builder have guidance if I should paint now or wait? I have NOT installed any avionics / wiring.

Does anyone have any tips on how best to paint the interior now? Is this a builder can complete himself OR is a professional paint shop needed?

ANY information / input is GREATLY appreciated.

Thanks

Rich
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