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Oh god that's what you look like.:eyepop: lol.

Just kidding. Great vid dude.
 

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Ya...same reaction as my wife
 

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Lol. I almost bought a 200t at my dealer, he had one for about $200. But I don't need a top handle.
 

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They are pretty easy to work on....
 

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This was the first 200t build I have done....and really more or less the first serious pressure testing I have done. So I am learning alongside everyone else!

Thanks for the kind words!
 

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Great job on the video! Thanks for taking the time to make,edit and post. Need more information about that Shirt.
 

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Great video, thanks for sharing. I understand the soapy water for finding a pressure leak, been using that to fix my tires for years. As for the vacuum test, wouldn't you want to get that off before applying the vacuum so it doesn't get sucked into the crankcase if there's a leak? If there is a leak, what would you use, or how would you diagnose where the leak is? Thanks.
 

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Great video, thanks for sharing. I understand the soapy water for finding a pressure leak, been using that to fix my tires for years. As for the vacuum test, wouldn't you want to get that off before applying the vacuum so it doesn't get sucked into the crankcase if there's a leak? If there is a leak, what would you use, or how would you diagnose where the leak is? Thanks.

Thanks guys.

You are right...don't want soapy water getting sucked into a vac leak. Wd40 maybe ...on the seals and see if it disappears.

Also...you can listen for a vac leak.

Anyone else have recommendations?
 
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