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Old 11-26-2020, 08:53 AM
mbert mbert is offline
Join Date: Oct 2017
Location: Altus, OK
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You can try rubber boot coverings over your flap actuator arms. My buddyís RV6 had the same issue. Thatís where the exhaust was coming in at. Probably why your baggage area has higher numbers. He also made the exhaust pipes longer. The combination of the two really helped. We also spot lighted the firewall to fill up any holes from the engine compartment with sealant. Remember even low numbers of carbon monoxide at altitude can make a big difference with how your body handles it. Itís a lot different than being down on the ground. Good luck.
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