Table of Contents
August 2016 Issue
By Paul Dye.
How the RV-6 became the most successful kit aircraft yet. By Ken Scott.
One man’s tale. By Larry Pardue.
If at first you don’t succeed, keep looking–sooner or later you’ll find it! By Louise Hose.
A brief conversation with the original builder/owner. By Louise Hose.
From RV-6 photographer to RV-6 builder/pilot. By Ed Hicks.
There’s always more to learn at the National Test Pilot School (Part 2). By Elliot Seguin.
Understanding the differences between these highly capable GPS navigators. By Vic Syracuse.
The details of burning Jet A. By Tom Wilson.
Logbook entries, LSA on floats, replacement airworthiness certificates. By Mel Asberry.
Picking your panel. By David Boeshaar.
Hand Tools. By Dave Prizio.
Clean-cut hoses. By Bob Hadley.
Cables and pulleys. By Dave Prizio.
Sounds good to me. By Jim Weir.
By Larry Larson.
Prop gyro. By Barnaby Wainfan.
Making dreams come true. By Paul Dye.
Triumphs and disastrophes. By Dick Starks.
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