Thank you !Generally it was 40 hours, but a new task based approach makes that flexible according to the complexity of the aircraft. Simpler aircraft may take less time, and more complex aircraft may take longer. Additionally, this approach allows you to have a list of tasks to follow that insure you cover what's needed to confirm the safety of your aircraft for normal flight. Documenting the tasks also gives you a lot of the data you need to create a flight manual/pilot operating handbook (POH). Or.... you can stick with the old 40 hour approach.
By the way, I recommend purchase of the EAA Flight Test Manual and test cards, currently second edition I believe.
Btw another question,is there another place i can ask for them to make me a kit for avionics? Already got prices for advance av, (so expensive) and from zenith using dynon, also did my own version with analog and digital gauges
I know i know it should be left for last when im done but im not sure what other companys are there for panels?