An exhaust valve failure can be a dangerous and expensive event
FEVA meticulously analyzes data for early indicators of exhaust valve failure.
This powerful feature on the Savvy platform has scanned data from over five million uploaded GA flights for telltale signs of a burned exhaust valve. To date, FEVA has preemptively identified hundreds of failing valves before they become a costly safety of flight issue.
At Savvy Aviation, our goal is to equip pilots with cutting-edge tools to keep their plane safe, reliable, and legal, so as technology evolves so do our offerings. Since its inception in 2014, FEVA has undergone three advancements (FEVA 1.0, FEVA 2.0, and now FEVA 2.1). FEVA 2.1 incorporates more predictive variables from an aircraft’s recent flight history, resulting in more accurate, sensitive, and consistent predictions.
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In the above report, FEVA 2.1 has predicted that cylinder #2 has an above-average risk of exhaust valve failure. We would strongly recommend doing a borescope inspection of the #2 cylinder as soon as possible to determine the actual condition of the exhaust valve.
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