|Quoting silentjc (Thread starter):|
When I noticed something very strange. During the turn there was very distinct venting of fuel from the right wing. Why would this happen? I've never seen any dumping of fuel so close to landing before.
As Starlionblue said, condensation is most likely.
On the other hand, if it was really fuel venting and it was only coming from one wing, and especially if it was coming from very near the tip, then it was probably surge tank fuel sloshing out in the turn.
If the airplane was fueled very high at some point in the past some fuel could have overflowed into the surge tank. Because of where the surge tank scoops are, the fuel will sit there until an unbalanced turn kicks it outboard enough to go out the vent.