The instructions state that 20g is needed in the nose to keep all three on the ground
I “rescued” a locker from my old tower that had contained a PC – back in the early days you needed to stop the electric noise from reaching the radio in the tower, and if you wanted a PC there it had to be placed in a place lined with lead! – I do have lead for a few thousand planes in that super heavy locker.
The nose got some old lead-foil and a lot of white glue
That was not sufficient, and a pair of small clippings under the “office” did the rest.
1. Hiding under the floor. . . .
1. A strip from the locker
2. Filler, filler and some more filler
With November here – and a few days of vacation due in a week, progress has been slow so far – but a bit of progress has been made; fuselage assembled, wings and tail on, and filler all over the place. . .
And now I have to wait for the sea of glue to dry. I may have to re-visit a 109 or two?
Still thinking of those tyres – they are not too good, and having to be without spats I need them to be a bit better than OOB?