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:confused: I have made a deposit on a dragonfly that has about 100 hours on the airframe but is now disasembled(wings removed) it has a subraru engine on it right now wich i intend to remove and sell. Now my question is can anyone tell me what the prosess is to get it back in the air since i am not the originall builder. Sorry i can't ask a better question but i don't know really what to ask for so any help would be great. OBTW i am planing on installing a lycoming o-235c if that makes any difference. Thanks SAmuel Miller

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:confused: I have made a deposit on a dragonfly that has about 100 hours on the airframe but is now disasembled(wings removed) it has a subraru engine on it right now wich i intend to remove and sell. Now my question is can anyone tell me what the prosess is to get it back in the air since i am not the originall builder. Sorry i can't ask a better question but i don't know really what to ask for so any help would be great. OBTW i am planing on installing a lycoming o-235c if that makes any difference. Thanks SAmuel Miller

the aircraft may need an annual inspection ( if over one year since the last ) done by the original builder or an A&P mechainic . if you change the engine it will be considered a major change. check the operating limitations for that aircraft to see what the procedure is on your aircraft if you make a major change. each aircraft has its own operating limitations, they are all different.

Evolultion Eze RG -a two place side by side-200 Knots on 200 HP. A&P / pilot for over 30 years

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:o Ok sorry i just reread your reply you said an engine change would be a major change. I'm kinda new to this so still learning. And hope i keep on learnig;)

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