Install, remove, reinstall. So it goes when building an airplane. The time has come to do the final tailoring of the carbon fiber interior panels. Little things like hiding the fuel lines, trimming to coordinate with floor panels, etc. Carbon fiber makes me itch just looking at the pictures. 

All panel edges are captured by trim channels that were welded in prior to powder coating. Better look, fewer screws, no catching on edges.

Floor panels go in first. Side panels have a overlapping flange at the floor to cover edges. The carbon lay-up and initial fit is very good. 

Once fitted any tabs that'll get screws are back-drilled through any screw tabs (tinnermans installed) to locate screw holes. It's starting to look a little like an airplane!