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Q:  What changes are made to my airplane?

A:  Absolutely none. There are no parts required, no installations to be made, no labor costs to consider. Your IA/A&P or other maintenance provider may charge you for completing the required FAA Form 337, and signing it, thereby "returning your airplane to service." As the "installer" it is his or her responsibility to assess the compatibility of our STC with any previous major repairs or alterations that your airplane has undergone. In most cases, this should be a straightforward matter unless your airplane has had many previous mods and insufficient paperwork.

If some of your maintenance records are missing, you may request copies from FAA's Aircraft Registry by filling out this form. FAA will send you, for a nominal fee, either a CD or paper records on file.

See also the FAQ items under "Incorporating the STC."