Omar Filipovic wrote:
Does any of this actually apply to experimentals, especially those where theAn FAA Form 337 is not used for repairs or alterations on an
original builder is making the modifications?
experimental airplane, regardless of whether it's the original builder
or another person doing the work. The procedure for approving a major
change to an experimental aircraft is covered in that particular
aircraft's operating limitations document. These "OpLims" are a part of
the airworthiness certificate, and as such must be carried in the
aircraft at all times.
If you are making a change to your experimental aircraft, familiarize yourself with the requirements for approving a major change as outlined
in the OpLims.
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