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Skybolt (S) Main Tank Vent

JoeyC

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Morning Gents:
Was flying last week and had a slight power loss at liftoff and very slight
engine roughness (staggered around the pattern and got down OK). Tend to think it's ignition related, but also wanted to check for partial fuel starvation, and it occurs to me that I'm not sure where the main tank vent line(s) exit(s) are located (bought the airplane used this past summer).


Airplane is an older (1988) plans built, with wing aux tank and inverted fuel and oil. Any info is appreciated (yes, there was plenty of fuel on board).


Inching closer to committing to build the Skybolt (R)!


Thanks-
Joe C.
 

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