Table of Contents
June 2017 Issue
Each of its unusual features serves a purpose. By Scott M. Spangler.
Welding the fuselage. By Ken Scott.
Because you can never have too much power. By Cameron Fraser.
Sometimes you need tools you won’t find in your toolbox. By Lynne Wainfan, Ph.D.
Learning how to install the G3X Touch system. By Katie Bosman Krotje.
Roger Dubbert has worked for Zenith Aircraft Company since 1993 and has flown over 10,000 demo flights. By LeRoy Cook.
There’s more to an extended-range fuel system than just adding tanks. By Dan Kerr.
Prop governor failure—everything was wonderful, right up until it suddenly wasn’t. By Myron Nelson.
Coupon testing, part 3. By Eric Stewart and Brian Paris.
Builders share their successes.
Should A&Ps also get a repairman certificate, using multiple pilots for Phase 1 testing, putting E/AB wings on a certificated fuselage. By Mel Asberry.
Making paint stick to aluminum. By Jon Croke.
Replacing fuel and oil lines. By Dave Prizio.
Trail of crumbs. By Bob Hadley.
Make your own back rivet set. By KITPLANES® Staff.
Leaking gascolator. By Vic Syracuse.
And he LED them to the promised land.... By Jim Weir.
Gyroplanes. By Barnaby Wainfan.
Shop memories. By Paul Dye.
Lowering the risk. By Vic Syracuse.
The instructor. By Tom Wilson.
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