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Old 08-03-2017, 01:50 PM
Neal Trombley Neal Trombley is offline
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Originally Posted by RVbySDI View Post
If it is still a project then I would do a test of the tank. It really is not a difficult process. That is if the tank is off of the wing. Once off the wing you will have access to every part of the tank. If it is attached to the wing, well, you have a decision to make. Do you remove the tank and do a proper test? Do you trust the builder and go on? Even though it can be a pain in the arm (LOL) to remove the tank, it really is the only way to know for sure. A spray bottle of soapy water, a balloon appropriately secured to one of the tank orifices and a 1psi squirt of air in the sealed tank is all you need to find out. If I were buying a second hand kit that was not flying yet this is what I would do.

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Thank you sir...
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