Nice work balancing your strobe output for the white background.
I always caution folks when using a white background with models because less sophisticated lighting and exposure settings tend to create gray backgrounds and underexposed models.
It appears you used some plexiglass for your base in the set-up. That's a good touch.
If you want to have some more fun balancing flash units, try rigging your set-up so that you can use one flash underneath the plexiglass pointing upwards beneath your model. Balanced correctly you can eliminate any shadows and get a little light underneath the model.
One optical effect is that the model will appear to be floating in space over a white background and surface.
This can also be helpful in any composite photo you want to try of an aircraft in flight. Since a/c in flight often have some skylight negating or filling in underneath shadows, the light through the plexiglass enhances that illusion.
Give it a try. I think you'll enjoy the challenge and playing with the results.