To actually answer your questions, there is no way of knowing by year started or year finished. You have to ask the builders if they incorporated the changes. Everyone builds and buys the sub-kits at a different pace. Likewise the same for basic and optional equipment. I'd go through the service bulletins and make a comprehensive listing of all options and changes and then inquire the seller. The seller should have all covered in the log book by the annual condition inspection. Examples as follows:
SB 18-03-06 replaced throttle Spring
SB 18-02-03 inspect anti servo tab skins for cracks. SB 14-11-03 Wingskin/Spar rivet wear- compliance inspection, no rivet wear
SB 14-12-06 Cracking F-1206F Bearing bracket brace. compliance inspection, no cracks
SB 16-05-23N/A, WD-1230 Nose Fork Cracks- Replaced Nose fork with improved model 09/2017
SB 16-08-01 Stabilator Bearing Inspection- compliance inspection, no play.
SB 16-08-24 Loose WD-1204 Engine Mount bracket attachment rivets- compliance inspection, no rivet wear.
Notification 2017-05-19 Soft Engine Isolators- Replaced with new 10/2017. All AD, SB and SA have been complied with and noted in logbook and checklist
My 12 may be coming up for sale too after Oshkosh unless I soon find hanger space for it. All options including dual Skyviews so it will be in the upper price level.
Scott- 2020 donation
New RV-7A N579RV, finally over 40 hours... the leash is off
Built RV-12, 328 hours-sold, purchased RV-12 sold, Built RV-9A, 536 hours-sold, Not completed RV-7 sold, Built Kitfox sold
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