That's my question. If there's no adhesive the composite has all the strength one expects. If there's a continuous layer of adhesive, it's the strength of the adhesive that rules. Reality is somewhere in between. Unless the resin somehow combines/absorbs/dissolves the adhesive. Which would allow the layup to sag ???
My current plan is to apply the 71 with a roller, lightly to one side of the flow media to stick it to the overhead inside of the outer skin. I can't talk myself into attempting to hang the balsa with 711 too. I will apply beads of Six10 parallel to the resin flow on the flow media side of the balsa and stick it up, using tape if necessary, then closing the bag and applying vacuum until the Six10 cures, calculating size of bead vs spacing between beads to achieve ~1/3 fill when compressed to the thickness of the flow media it will extrude thru.
Next, lay up the new inner skin, peel ply, and more flow media. rebag and infuse, keeping a partial vacuum on the resin supply to keep the bag from yielding to gravity when full of resin.