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Old 03-20-2017, 09:34 PM
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Old 03-23-2017, 08:59 AM
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FWIW, I contacted Rainbow, and they confirmed that part 43, does apply to the E-LSA. They referenced my operating limitations, and sure enough, in my specific operating limitations, reissued to me after the course, it specifically states the condition inspection must be in compliance with Part 43 (also the manufacturer's maintenance checklist).
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FWIW, I contacted Rainbow, and they confirmed that part 43, does apply to the E-LSA. They referenced my operating limitations, and sure enough, in my specific operating limitations, reissued to me after the course, it specifically states the condition inspection must be in compliance with Part 43 (also the manufacturer's maintenance checklist).
i think folks are getting confused over "repair/maintence" vice "condition/annual inspections". You must attend a 16 hour approved course to get a repairmans license (with inspection authorization)....for E-LSA (120 hr for S-LSA). To sign off your annual inspection in log book. However, maintence/repair of your "experimental" aircraft (I.e. As noted on airworthy certificate)...anyone can due; part 43 specifically...does not apply (at least to maintence/repair), as noted in paragraph 3 (or there about)...that it does not apply to "experimental" designated aircraft.
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