I did not follow the plans method for this. Instead I followed Wayne Hicks method which I highly recommend. Earlier when prepping the bottom for glassing, I did not make the joggles with the foam at the front main gear bulkhead because I new I was going to use this method. With this method, you don't need those joggles, you don't need the aluminum slugs installed into the edges of the bulkheads, it's much easier, and will be form fitting when your done.
Once the foam is stuffed, I sanded it down to the shape of the fuselage bottom and NACA scoop. The picture to the left is in the middle of this process.
Once sanded to shape, I glassed the NACA scoop with 2 ply BID and then the rest of the bottom of the cover with 2 ply BID as well.
After the glass cured, but BEFORE I removed it, I attached two straight supports with Bondo across the NACA scoop. These served to keep the cover in the proper shape while I work on the underside. The picture at the left is just after I removed the entire foam plug with the top completely glassed.
After sanding the forward/aft edges of the cover to fit, I removed all but approximately 1/4" to 1/2" of foam all over the other side of the cover and all the foam around the perimeter of the cover about 1" wide.
There needs to be room for the gear so, as recommended by Wayne, I sanded some indentations under the NACA portion to ensure the cover would fit over the gear without rubbing. Then I glassed the underside with 2 ply BID and shaped.
After that, I installed 2 ply tape along the forward and aft edges to reinforce the bare edges for the fasteners.
The only thing left to finish this up is to install the ledge and fasteners along the bulkheads that will hold the cover in place. That will have to wait until I get the gear mounted because it would be harder to work on the installation of the gear after the cover mounting flanges are in place.