Table of Contents
January 2017 Issue
The ASTM Titan engine finds another home in a new kit from American Legend. And yeah, it’s a hotrod. By Paul Bertorelli.
Learning how to disassemble and assemble Lycoming engines. By Paul Dye.
Homebuilt aircraft builder Steve Wittman was one of America’s greatest air racers. By Amy Laboda.
Fuel tanks and wingtips. By Ken Scott.
Yes, it’s unusual, but for my hangar it makes perfect sense. By Steve Kessinger.
Adding more equipment is never as easy as you think. By Paul Dye.
Raising the bar for RV-10 interiors to an entirely different level. By Bruce Eicher.
CNC mold blank fabrication, part 2. By Eric Stewart.
Builders share their successes.
Complying with the 51% rule, bringing Canadian aircraft into the U.S., adding auxiliary fuel tanks, using non-TSO’d ADS-B in an Ercoupe. By Mel Asberry.
Silicone tape—it’s for a lot more than just emergencies. By Jon Croke.
Solid rivet selection and installation. By Dave Prizio.
Wired at Oshkosh. By Jim Weir.
Be steady. By Bob Hadley.
By William Rynone, Ph.D., P.E.
By Larry Larson.
More about trikes. By Barnaby Wainfan.
No two rivets alike. By Paul Dye.
Mr. Anvil Head is not your friend. By Vic Syracuse.
Surviving the unplanned pitch trim loop. By Sid Mayeux.
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