Table of Contents
February 2007 Issue
In keeping with its origins in Australia--where it seems every vehicle has to be up for back-country use--surprising utility lurks in the Jabiru, a nifty little hauler available in both kit and ready-to-fly SLSA versions, with ELSA soon to come.
Who says you can't have it all? As a manufacturer of engines and aircraft, Jabiru lets pilots pick the package that fits; by Ed Wischmeyer.
This is the Cub Mr. Piper would build today; by LeRoy Cook.
We'll examine the evolution and possible future of this growing category; by Dave Martin.
Everything you wanted to know about LSAs and rotorcraft; compiled by Julia Downie.
Preparation and patience required, and a good scheme helps; by Marc Cook.
Air and water are primal elements in the great BTU exchange; by Tim Kern.
'58 was a good year for Elvis and coaxial cable; by Jim Weir.
Optimum cruise is not the sole design consideration; by Barnaby Wainfan.
First flights and second thoughts; by Marc Cook.
Skykits christens a new SLSA, and great gizmos abound; edited by Mary Bernard.
Good designers may be born not made: This innovator started young and never looked back; by Tim Kern.
An up-close look at in-the-ear units; by Cory Emberson.
Tecnam's Sierra LSA has a lot going for it; by Dave Martin.
Follow these links to visit the web sites of companies you read about in the February issue.
RST Headset Kit
KITPLANES Online Bookstore
American Legend Cub
American Legend Aircraft
Designer Spotlight: Tom Peghiny
HPower HKS Engines
Headset Buyers Guide
Master Aircraft Service
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