(iii) If the torsion value force of the ball bearing in both ends of the link assembly is equal to or less than 7.30 N, after cleaning the link assembly stem using aliphatic naphtha, or equivalent, and a soft non-metallic bristle brush, inspect all 4 (four) faces of the stem of the link assembly for a crack using a 10x or higher magnifying glass. If you cannot determine whether there is a crack in the stem of the link assembly by using a 10x or higher magnifying glass, conduct a dye penetrant inspection by referring to Figure 1 and following the Compliance Instructions, Part II, paragraphs 6. through 6.7, of the ABT that is applicable to your model helicopter. If a crack is found, the link assembly is unairworthy.
2. As of January 1, 2014, revise the mandatory Service Bulletin SB 70-191-27, dated April 2011, to a mandatory Service Bulletin SB 70-191-27J, dated April 2011, for 0.150% carbon steel crankshafts built after January 1, 2014.
Alternatively, after cleaning the link assembly stem using aliphatic naphtha, or equivalent, and a soft non-metallic bristle brush, replace the link assembly. Figure 1 is a top plan view of the improved link assembly. Figure 2 is a side view of the improved link assembly.
For each model of engine tested, SEFSC-appointed personnel must conduct the inspection of the aileron control cables in left and right wings and the four-bladed propeller flap of the cowls in accordance with the example procedures and the facts and circumstances presented in the example procedures. Any engine that does not pass these tests is to be removed from service.
The FAA may conduct any required testing and certification of an engine found to be in nonconformity with paragraph (a) of this AD. The FAA's testing and certification of affected models will occur in accordance with the requirements of the FAA's Technical Standard Order CFR-TSO-2002-9, dated November 4, 2009 (“FAA Order 2002-9”) as amended by the “FAA Final Rule” (73 FR 938) issued on February 26, 2008.
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