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Relief holes / Exhaust

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Aug 18, 2006
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I need some help working out what to do with the small relief holes I have in the exhaust channel under the fuselage.

There are small holes that will potentially allow exhaust fumes into the cockpit in the floor. They are not big, but the are definitely not covered, and since the sheet metal is not flat here, I can't see anyway of plugging them with anything.

Anyone got any suggestions/ideas? Or should I just make them up again with MUCH smaller holes?




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