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Old 30 March 2013, 10:17   #61
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done that this morning jim, and getting bit fuel at the botom off console
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Old 30 March 2013, 10:21   #62
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Can you pressurise the tank with air to check it?
I'd be wary of doing that, any more than a couple of PSI and you'll blow the tank.
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Old 31 March 2013, 19:02   #63
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i only had 75 lts in the tank holds 400 and pumped it to max .5 psi and had bit fuel in the console drian,
had spend two days looking at silly cars for my girlfrind so not much done wont do much work next week as have my son hope strip console out and see iff need new tank
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Must have very small hole so what am going do put new tank in the old one
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I can sort that no problem
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Old 02 April 2013, 16:00   #66
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Cut hole in the tank no breaks in the welds

Clean last few cups fuel out with rags
Could not see any holes !
So filled bucket with Tfr and no leak !
Chatted to biff and came back water on deck
So I was right but you not believe the holes are under 4 mm at the bottom
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Glasses console back into day

Was never flow coated as old tank was put in first
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what the plan is get all wiring done and working, then hole between seats is made wide enoughf for the twin tanks slide in, so never not have problem getting them out
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Jobs been getting smaller thanks to matt for opti wiring diagram,
Wiring 95%
Tanks all in and new tank bits minus 650 pounds
Put 3 batts now
Engine all connected
Just need key switch and ignition
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Should be ready for testing end month
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Yo Adrian, please can you pass on opti wiring diagram to me as I assume it will be the same or similar to 115hp wiring?

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