I read where Tork1945 cited pages 350 351. In looking at those pages they do not specifically talk about a specific plane but discuss the entire Series 92 production. The following is taken from AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN ARMY AIRCRAFT OF WORLD WAR ONE
BY GROSZ, et al.
Aviatik D.I (MAG) Series 92
"On 9 October 1917, the total of 46 Aviatik D.I (MAG) fighters, ordered on 17 July 1917, was increased to 72 at the expense of the Aviatik C.I (MAG). In addition another 100 fighters were ordered on 10 May 1918. Acceptances of the fighters, numbered 92.01 to 92.172 and powered by the 200hp Daimler(MAG) engine, began to arrive in April 1918. By 31 October 121 had been accepted, almost all without armament and some without engines.
When Flik 72/J on the Piave front received the first Aviatik D.I(MAG) in August 1918,evaluation flights produced such dismal results that the squadron rejected the type because"... it is impossible to fly this aircraft over the enemy...the wing cellule is even weaker than that of the early Aviatik D.I series38, 138 238 fighters" which had been grounded in July 1918 by the Army Command. The 6th Army Command ordered Fik 72/J pilots to inspect and test series 92 machines stored at Pordenone. It was found that aircraft below 92.50 had been manufactured according to the old Aviatik D.I drawings.The wing cut-out was missing. When tested in a spin, the lower wing *not the short-span version as in late Aviatik-built fighters " always showed breakage." Furthermore, the quality of MAG workmanshp was defective and slipshod. Nevertheless, in the summer of 1918 Aviatik D.I (MAG) became operational in small numbers in Fliks 1/J, 6/F and 13/J on the Balkan Front and in the south Tirol Fliks 7/J, 20/J and 23/D. Flik 7/J was unique in that it was the only unit composed of MAG-buily Aviatik fighters."
Hope this helps, there is a little more but it deals with another plane.