So to me that is good news but there still remains some questions.Just got off the blower after speaking with Peter (Aust Distributor)NONE of the SportStar variants are affected.
Different wing construction to the EV-97
While the aircraft in question and the sportstar may well be different, are the wings still of the same type of manufacture (yes I know you've written "Different wing construction", but what does that really mean?)and more problematic, using the same type of materials from the same supplier?
If the answer is yes then given that the Evektors QA around the suppliers raw material in addition to the suppliers own quality control, would appear to be at the root of the problem, if the documents presented can be taken at face value, then I would want to understand if the problem has relevance to the sportstar, that is, do Australian Sportstars have metal in them, perhaps in critical locations, that came from the same ultimate supplier as the below spec examples identified in the documents?
If on a sample size of 2 (that we know of) they found a 29% deficiency of actual to stated then we aren't talking small discrepancies are we?
Or do others see it differently to me?