The FAA clearly states that maintenance procedures on an ETOPS plane are different from procedures for normal two-engined aircraft.
The circular that Ambasaid mentioned lists all of the ways ETOPS planes are different from normal. Appendix 4 of the circular mentions just how many ways the MAINENANCE procedures are different.
I'm not going to go into detail, but I want to type here one important paragraph from Appendix 4:
(9) Maintenance Training. The maintenance training
program should focus on the special nature of ETOPS. This program should be included in the normal maintenance training program. The goal of this program is to ensure that all personnel involved in ETOPS are provided the necessary training so that the ETOPS programs are properly accomplished and to
emphasize the special nature ETOPS maintenance requirements. Qualified maintenance personnel are those that have completed the operator's extended range training program and have satisfactorily performed extended range tasks under the direct supervision of a FAA certificated maintenance person; who has had
previous experience with maintaining the particular make and model aircraft being utilized under the operator's maintenance program.
Why would the FAA specifically state that ETOPS maintenance is of a 'special nature' if it wasn't DIFFERENT from maintenenance on a normal two-engined jet?
I suggest the following link from the FAA...
this way YOU can download 120-42A for yourself and read the whole thing when you get a chance.
One more thing, after you've read it and realized how wrong you were, please come back here and apologize to the whole forum for your childish attitude.