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Apologies. On the fuselage I see that the holes are countersunk in the opposite direction of how I would bolt up the motor. Hence my confusion. Maybe I should look up some build videos on this if any exist :-)
I have several of these.
https://hobbyking.com/en_us/turnigy-d3536-8-1000kv-brushless-outrunner-motor.html
But they bolt in from the bottom....the opposite direction of the countersinks on the front of the fuselage. If I were to bolt these in the way the countersinks are facing (toward the aft of the plane) then the shaft would be pointed toward the back of the plane...if that makes any sense. So I assumed this build was for an inrunner.....