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BRISTELL 915 TURBO with 141HP Fuel Injected Rotax engine
What do I do when the lane light comes on?
Answer: Ace mechanic Rich Maisano
Long story short;
What that fault means is a misfire on that cylinder. The Ecu (Electronic Control Unit) is taking millions of samples a second. If it gets one hiccup it triggers an Ecu fault. We have been seeing sporadic intermittent Ignition issues on many Bristell 915 Turbos. It can happen every flight which is definitely a defective part. If it occurs only once every 10 flights, we have found it can be anything from a spark plug to an ignition module to a bad contact on the ground wire terminal block. Monitor how frequently it happens. Recycle the lane and continue flying. If it happens on many flights, it’s definitely an issue and we will have to diagnose it.
LSA TRANSITION TRAINING
My goal is to have the safest aircraft in the USA. I believe over time insurance companies will insure Bristell aircraft for lower rates than other planes due to the low number of accidents. If Bristell owners complete our Landing Doctor training program and fly within their Personal Limitations, I believe they will stay safe and have fewer accidents than any other aircraft in the country. You can learn more about our training at www.thelandingdoctor.com
Lou Mancuso, "The Landing Doctor" May 30, 2020
Jan 2022 Delta Airlines announcement in the Wall Street Journal
Delta will no longer require airline pilot applicants to have a college Degree.
This is great new for our Sebring Flight Academy where we can prepare a new pilot for an airline career in half the time and half the cost.
To keep up with any service bulletins that may apply to your Bristell, go to basecamp. Since 2008 there have been no service bulletins for the Bristell aircraft.
We have numerous service facilities prepared to meet your service needs. All Rotax certified repair facilities can work on your power plant. Major service facilities are located in Texas, Florida (Lockwood)863-655-5100, California (West Coast Sport Aircraft) Griffin MacArthur 760-567-5839, Colorado,, Iowa (North Iowa Air Service) 641-424-9366, Pennsylvania( Sport Flying Usa Services) 717-371-8677, North Carolina, Mississippi (Ronnie Smith) (South Mississippi Light Sport Aircraft) 601-947-4953 and New York (Sport Flying USA) 631-281-5400.