Table of Contents
June 2016 Issue
As close as you can get to a PA-18 in a kit. By Dave Prizio.
Things to consider before writing the check. By Dick Sunderland.
A safety net you can wear. By Bruce Eicher.
Or, an introduction to “A Farewell to Arms.” By LeRoy Cook.
Certified aircraft have had them for decades—but not Experimentals. By Michel Suire.
Understanding the differences between air- and water-cooled engines. By Tom Wilson.
Builders share their successes.
Confusion about FAA Form 8130-12, replacing the 2-inch Experimental placard, selling an engine. By Mel Asberry.
They won’t last forever, but are critical for proper engine cooling. By Paul Dye.
Helpers. By David Boeshaar.
Nuts and bolts. By Dave Prizio.
Doodads. By Bob Hadley.
Make it a current print. By Jim Weir.
By Paul Dye.
Fixed-pitch props. By Barnaby Wainfan.
Weight watchers. By Paul Dye.
Pure poison. By Elliot Seguin.
Carburetor confusion. By Dick Starks.
Darwin in aviation. By Vic Syracuse.
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