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Gus Von Gee
Houston,
United Kingdom

Posts: 464
Daytona T595


10 Sep 2011 15:38
Thanks for all the responses so far, keep 'em coming!

I'd forgotten about the deformation issue too. I also had to use a file to adjust all the holes to get the tank and cowl to fit more easily.

The main issues seem to be:

Cosmetic: No one wants their pride and joy to look deformed. Or the tank for that matter:smile:

Safety: Is the tank likely to split, potentially causing a fireball!

Long Term: Even tank replacement isn't a cure if the tank is made from the same material...

We should start getting some photo evidence too...
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