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As a builder or potential builder you should manage your experimental aviation risk by researching, learning, and understanding.

Aviation and experimental aviation involve inherent risks. Therefore these links are provided for informational purposes only. Corvair engines are not certified or approved by the FAA for use in aircraft. The reader/builder therefore assumes the entire responsibility and liability for incidents of any kind involving the use of a Corvair engine they may eventually convert, build, buy, install or use in an experimental aircraft. Keep that in mind as you peruse these articles.

The links presented here do not warrant to be complete or encompass all issues that represent risk when building experimental aircraft. This information is freely available via other links on the Internet, but is organized here by URL for specific categorical purposes. All these articles are hosted on and were written by William Wynne unless otherwise noted:

Stromberg Carb Bulletin (01/10/2020)

Safety Alert Reference Page

Aluminum push rod tube issue resolution (11/20/18)

Safety Alert: Excessively Rich MA3-SPA Jetting (06/23/2017)

Safety Alert: Chinese Rocker Arm Failures (08/10/2014)

Chinese Crankshafts for Corvairs (update 02/17/13)

Chinese Crankshafts (01/15/2012)