Since the right tank is tested I could move the manometer to the left tank for the leak test.
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I did the leak test for 6 days with good result: no leaks.
Continue reading “Right tank – no leaks :-)”
My 22 year old compressor started moving around in my workshop. Something’s not right here.
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Exciting to start leak testing of the right tank.
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I received the 4 mm fiber washers to mount the fuel sender plate on the right tank.
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Closing the left tank was the same as the right tank, the only difference is that I now mounted all the z-brackets in the correct orientation right away.
Continue reading “Closing left fuel tank”
When I closed the right fuel tank I made a mistake: z-bracket number 2 is rotated.
Since the Proseal is cured it was time to fix this mistake.
Continue reading “Right fuel tank surgery”
Between the Christmas activities I could do some work on the left fuel tank.
Continue reading “Prepare left tank for closing”
One of the most challenging task in the build is closing the tank.
Continue reading “Closing right fuel tank”
There are a couple of more things that needed to be done before closing the tank.
Continue reading “More fuel tank miscellaneous”