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So, the Clear RV Black Tank experiments have proven to be pretty popular. That’s great! They also generate a lot of comments and suggestions. Some of the suggestions are awesome, and I’m using them to continue to improve the experiments. Some of them, I can’t address – due to time or expense or safety issues.
But some of the critiques just keep coming back. In this video, I try to address two of the most common suggestions I get on these experiments. Namely:
- The Clear RV Black Tank is set up too high off the ground. The straight shot dumping creates a “too good to be true” scenario for emptying the tank.
- The Clear RV Black Tank is too deep. The extra depth makes things dump more cleanly than they regularly would.
So, I came up with some (very silly) tests to determine if these really did matter, and that’s what you’ll see in the video.
And not to spoil it or anything, but based on these results… I’m not changing anything.