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[August 6, 2007]


Another lite night. It was too humid to be cooped up in the garage. Plus there is an overwhelming amount of parts to be deburred. Once I get a system down and the process started, it won't be that bad. Until then, slow going!


I did take the opportunity to drill out the holes in the F-7101 where the fuel line passes through. It needs to be a but larger than the grommet that go in the side skin so there isn't any interference. I see a lot of builders put lightening holes here, but I decided not to. I consider this brace very structural since it does a lot of distributing the weight of the engine from the lower and auxiliary longerons to the F-704 bulkhead. Also, this is basically right where the CG is, so its affect on the CG is basically nil.

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