Excellent condition. Always hangered.
232 engine hours.
ADSB in and out. New rubber. New BRS repack and rocket.
No damage history. Nov/Dec 2021 Annual.
And you get a custom-made hat of N297CT.
Currently undergoing Flight Design service bulletin for reinforcement of the trim tab / stabilator holes. Its carbon fiber work. May be finished week of January 13.
Any aircraft that is designated S-LSA must comply with the 15 year Rotax warranty engine replacement or major overhaul or be converted to an E-LSA. The conversion solves the replacement or major overhaul issue. That is my understanding . N297CT is a S-LSA with an original airworthiness date of 2-2-2007.
Rotax said I could get $10,000 out of this engine selling it to experimental aircraft people but I don't know I want to do that. I'm not sure which choice I'm going to make but I find it hard to think about putting a new engine in something with only 232 hours and a 2000 hour TBO.
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