First, read your OPLIMS. There should be a paragraph that tells you exactly what to do for a major change. Pretty simple actually the gist of which is contacting the FSDO and putting your RV-10 back in a minimum 5-hour Phase 1. Again this is all spelled out in your OPLIMs. Second, unless something has changed drastically over the past few years, unless you are changing a fixed pitch prop to CS or installing a different type of engine, which is not the case, you don't need to re-accomplish and submit a 8130-6 for a new airworthiness certificate, you won't need new OPLIMs, and you don't necessary need to ever go to the FSDO in person as it can be done over the phone and by e-mail.
Todd "I drink and know things" Stovall
RV-10 N728TT - Flying!
Last edited by Auburntsts : 01-18-2021 at 01:58 PM.