Table of Contents
July 2013 Issue
The Lancair Turbine Evolution might be the ultimate Experimental kit aircraft. By Doug Rozendaal.
Building a replica Sopwith Pup from scratch is not for the faint of heart. By Wes Jones.
Grand Rapids Technologies FLIR provides an extra margin of safety for night ops. By Paul Dye.
Power Flow exhaust shows a measureable efficiency gain over the standard system. By Dave Prizio.
Not finding any commercial doors to his like or budget, the author built his own. By Nolan Bradbury.
What the homebuilder should know about oil coolers. By Tom Wilson.
Building a hoist allows a builder to construct a full-span wing assembly inside his houseand keep it out of the familys way. By John Fletcher.
How to sort through the maze of instrumentation choices. By Dave Prizio.
Recertifying a Homebuilt after major changes. Changing the gross weight when putting a Rans S6S on floats. By Mel Asberry.
Builders share their successes.
To find the speed, lose the drag. By Barnaby Wainfan.
With so many different types of Experimental/kit aircraft available, Paul Dye explains how KITPLANES tries to include something of interest for everyone.
Small design considerations can have a big impact on comfort, convenience and safety. By Edward P. Kolano.
The Grand Unified Airplane: Is it possible to extract energy from the act of flight itself? By Dean Sigler.
New equipment from Garmins Team X is tailored to the experimental builders budget. By Paul Dye.
Freedom from airports: takeoffs off and landings where there arent normal runways. By Roy Beisswenger.
Which way do you lean? Techniques for improving performance by using the mixture control. By Paul Dye.
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