Today I started out by doing a fair bit of research in CSA, etc. on fuel tank grounding, and inlaying a ply or two of Kevlar underneath the fuel filler cap (to protect the tank floor from any overly aggressive fuel nozzles).
After finalizing my plans for both, I then got around to glassing the left strake inside lower skin foam core glass in the actual fuel tank and outboard areas. In addition to the 1 ply of BID I laid up a single ply of 5.5″ x 5.5″ Kevlar on top of the BID directly below where the fuel filler cap will go.
I then peel plied the layup.
Moving on to the right strake inside lower skin core baggage compartment 1-ply BID with MGS epoxy layup: I pulled the peel ply and knife trimmed the edges.
It was getting pretty late, so I then merely cut and prepped all the glass…
And the peel ply . . .
And then called it a night. First thing tomorrow I plan on glassing this final interior side of a strake skin panel.