Roger Lee Posted May 2, 2013 Report Share Posted May 2, 2013 Do you remember back a couple of years ago when the FAA came out with a legal interpretation that said SLSA didn't have to do some procedures? That the Mfg's couldn't make policy above what is written in the FARs. Well looks like Rotax took them to task and pointed out where FAA legal forgot to look in there own manual for cross references that consider LSA a little differently. Oops. I have heard through the grapevine that that ruling may be overturned in the next few months. So people that have said you can't make me do that, hold on to your hats. Things like hose change, parachute repacks, ect... If it's in the manual and they want it done on a time schedule it may be mandatory soon, again. I may get one of the first copies out and when it is issued I'll post it then. It will be a few months. I'll try and call my source at the FAA and see what's cooking. Don't ask me for any specifics because I don't have any, but it will be interesting. Just thought this forum could be first to know. Strictly a wait and see. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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