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    Minimal ingress I would imagine. Once airborne next to none. Humidity would be more of a real world problem? Do you have fuel drains? I'm going to talk with John again shortly, I've asked him about the belly addition, but I was thinking more for a bit of luggage, as there is only enough room in the cabin for a penicil. and pilot. I thought about doing something like the 90 ltr supapup tanks, but yes weight is an issue to be considered. I'm still new to the kit, and kit building scene, though I was an engines-airframe lame years ago, before I moved onto other th
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    Yes my kit is a 4 as well. It's 20 years old! I'm missing a fair bit of the wings, but I'm working on the parts. The tanks are fabricated from aluminium, and the caps have the breather. I wouldn't face them any way other than forward. Faced rearward they would create a vacuum. A filter may cause more problems than it solves. I would leave them as is. I thought with fiberglass tanks you would be able to see the fuel level through the actual fiberglass?
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    Hi, Mine came with premade tanks and looking at the wing root side, they have bosses welded in for the sight glass. Sketch SM7 shows the sight glass.
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    I've been in contact with John and he is willing to help me, even though he himself is struggling a bit with life atm. Cheers.
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    Hi OK, that would be great!
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    Hi All, I'm new here. I've purchased a SuperPup kit which is incomplete. Does anyone have contact info for John Cotton? I was given his details by the seller, as I believe he has a complete L/H wing, and some ribs? Any contact info would be appreciated. Thanks.
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