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Subject: Petrol Fumes

Gary Sharman
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Date Posted: 14:11:57 28/08/2007 Tue

We have just completed our first trip in a Seamaster 27 fitted with a Wortham Blake petrol engine. There are petrol fumes in the engine bay which filter into the back locker and cabin. Is this normal? To what extent should there be fumes? I have checked for leaks and found none but there is a drip tray under the carb / air filter that seems to have collected petrol. It doesn't seem right to me. Comments would be welcomed.

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Re: Petrol FumesSteve harrison (Alarmed)17:31:28 29/08/2007 Wed

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