Table of Contents
November 2016 Issue
The BD-17L has much in common with the original BD-1. By Paul Dye.
At Enstone, U.K., groups of builders are creating Spitfire replicas. By Geoff Jones.
The paperwork, the plane, and the pilot must come together for success. By Dave Prizio.
Upping Our Game. By Eric Stewart.
Building a trailer for a Quickie Q200. By Lewis Bjork.
An inexpensive tool for quickly bleeding aircraft brakes. By Reinhard Metz.
Anodizing and Fatigue Life. By Stuart Fields.
What works for you may not work for them. By Philip Clifton.
An easy solution when commercially available covers won’t fit. By Axel Alvarez.
Getting Practical—What can you do for a better engine? By Tom Wilson.
Proving compliance with the 51% rule, licensing ELSA or E/A-B, using an LSA commercially. By Mel Asberry.
Dry tappet clearance. By Dave Prizio.
Gnarly good knurls. By Bob Hadley.
Go forth and multiply. By Jim Weir.
Pitch non-linearities. By Barnaby Wainfan.
Keeping up. By Paul Dye.
Know when to hold ’em, know when to fold ’em. By Dick Starks.
History repeats itself. By Vic Syracuse.
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