When performing the leak test on my teardrop, I found that I had some water intrusion around the doors. My doors are slightly bowed out at the mid-point of each panel, so they do not engage with the weather stripping properly. Since the bowing is not at the intersection of the two panels, adjusting the tensioning strap does not resolve this.
How have others resolved this issue. I’ll post the pictures in a follow-up, since my original post that included the pictures seems to be in some sort of quarantine.
I believe the foam weatherstripping is supposed to be applied to the perimeter of the door, not the door-frame. Then, (where you currently have weatherstripping) the water travels around the door and down to the bottom like a gutter. Weatherstripping in the top and bottom gutters may be preventing your door from closing properly in the mid-section.
I was not a fan of the weatherstripping provided in the kit, so I ordered and installed D-shaped weatherstripping which filled in the channel on the chassis itself, making for a much cleaner looking installation. Only one door has this issue, with the other one having a good seal and no leakage.