Pieces you will need:
-yellow : 6
-light-gray (triangular): 8
-dark-gray (straight): 24
Step 1: Fuselage - Part 1
Step 2: Fuselage - Part 2
Step 3: The Wings
Step 4: The Tails
Step 5: Cockpit and Engine Air Intake
Step 6: Nose and Body
Photo 3: Slide the red connector in between the red rod and the two yellow rods. DO NOT CONNECT IT TO ANY OF THE RODS. The rods should be able to hold the connector in place.
Step 7: All the Parts
Step 8: Connect the Nose/body to the Engine
2. Connect the four parts of the nose/body onto the fuselage.
3. Add an orange connector to the end of the fuselage (Do not connect it to the rods. The two red rods should be able to hold it in place).
On the 6th photo, as shown by the green circles and arrow, make sure you slide those parts up so that the orange connectors touch each other.
Step 9: Connect the Tails
2. Fold the tail up and connect the outermost yellow rod to the yellow connector of the fuselage (the yellow connector will need to bend up to connect to the yellow rod of the tail).
3. Repeat for the other tail.
Step 10: Connect the Wings
Step 11: Connect the Top Part of the Engine Air Intakes
Then, connect the top parts of the engine air intakes into place as shown in the 4th photo.
Step 12: Connect the Cockpit
2. Insert the cockpit into the red connector. The red connector should be able to hold it in place.
We're almost done! There is one more thing we need to add. The weapon bay hatches.
Step 13: Create the Weapon Bay Hatches
Step 14: Insert the Weapon Bay Hatches Into the Fuselage
2. Slide the two gray rods back .
3. Put the weapon bay hatches into place, and then slide the gray rods back up so that they hold the weapon bay hatches in place.
4. Reconnect the two green connectors.
5. When the weapon bay hatches are closed, the little tan connector on the underside of the nose piece will keep it shut.
That's it! We're finished!