Table of Contents
April 2014 Issue
Converted for flight. By Patrick Panzera.
The original homebuilt. By Paul Dye.
Alaska and back in a plans-built Sonex. By Robert E. Barber.
Class is in session at Superior EnginesPart 2. By Omar Filipovic.
While composite props are making inroads, the century-old technology of wood more than holds its own. By Paul Bertorelli.
The visit to Maule Aircraft continues. By Dan Horton.
Bubble, bubble, boil and trouble! Vapor lock stops a Lycoming during Phase 1 testing. By Bill Repucci.
KR-2 as LSA, overweight ultralights, pre-cover inspections. By Mel Asberry.
There is no question. By Dan Horton.
Give yourself a brake! By Dave Prizio.
Battery facts and fables for the aircraft builderPart 1. By Robert L. Nuckolls, III.
Thats why we call them sparkies. By Jim Weir.
Easy Wire Identification. By Gil Alexander.
Aeroelasticity. By Barnaby Wainfan.
History. By Paul Dye.
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