Tested the Fuel Tanks....and they passed. No leaks! and look how nice they are waving "Hi" to me like that.
I used the fuel tank test kit from Van's aircraft which at first appearance I thought was nearly useless. It came with three parts: an air port, a cap, and a plug. Only one of those three fit onto the tank. "Well that sucks how do I plug the holes?" So I called Brian and Brandi and asked them to dig back into their memory banks when they tested their fuel tanks. Well, Brandi asked if I had installed the Fuel Strainer onto the tank....Nope...that's what I was missing. Thanks Brandi! So with the air port screwed into the drain and the cap screwed onto the the Fuel Strainer. I then tie-wrapped a glove (lacking balloons) onto the vent port and filled the tank with air until the "balloon" inflated. I sprayed with soapy water and inspected for bubbles and then did it again just to be sure and didn't find anything!
Saturday June 8th 1.0hrs
The Friendly Fuel Tank
I did find one "leak" around the fuel strainer cap, but that's ok it's just coming off anyway.