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"Where can I find more information about the US rules and regulations pertaining to amateur-built experimental category aircraft?"
The FAA maintains an excellent website with comprehensive details at http://av-info.faa.gov/dst/amateur/
We also have a detailed page right here with extensive information about US Rules and Regulations for amateur-built experimental category airplanes.
Amateur-built aircraft in the US operate under 14 CFR Part 91. When each airplane is inspected and issued its airworthiness certificate, a set of accompanying "operating limitations" (see Section 7, para. 134, page 111)) are issued for that particular airplane, expressly stating the conditions under which it may be operated. See also 14 CFR 91.319.
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