Log Book Requirements for Canadian Amateur Built Aircraft
Understanding Major Portion Evaluation (51%) ?
Intumescent fire resistive coatings
Firewall materials and fittings
Fuel System, C52E
Fuel System Pointers, C52EA
First Aid Kit, C55E
Fire Extinguisher, C56E
Magnetic Direction Indicator Information, C70E
The purpose of an Airworthiness Manual Advisory, (AMA) document is to provide information and guidance. It may describe an example of an acceptable means, but not the only means of demonstrating compliance with regulation and standards of the Canadian Aviation Regulations. An AMA, on its own does not change, create, amend or permit deviations from regulatory requirements nor does it establish minimum standards.

The following AMA’S offer an acceptable means of compliance on different aspects of the construction of an amateur built project.
AMA 549/1B Amateur-Built Aircraft: General
AMA 549.5 Evaluation of Amateur-Built Aircraft Kits to Determine Compliance with the Major Portion Requirement
AMA 549.7A Composite Primary Structures - Amateur-Built Aircraft
AMA 549.9 Use Of Automotive Gasoline In Aircraft Engines
AMA 549.11 Amateur-Built Aircraft - Noise Emission Control
AMA 549.13/2 Prevention Of Carburettor Icing In Amateur Built Aircraft, dated 15 April 1987
AMA 549.101A Amateur-Built Aircraft Aerobatic Demonstration and Evaluation
AMA 549.103/1 High Performance Amateur-Built Aeroplanes
Part V - Standard 571 Appendix E - Inspection of Aircraft Wooden Components