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Larry Anglisano

Larry Anglisano
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Larry Anglisano is a regular KITPLANES contributor and the Editor in Chief of sister publication Aviation Consumer magazine. An active land and sea pilot, Larry has over 25 years experience as an avionics tech.
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Insurance for Experimental Aircraft Roundtable

A hardening insurance market can impact your choice of homebuilt.

Weather In the Cockpit

Portable receivers rule the roost. How you choose depends on your app of choice.

Standalone Engine Monitors

Electronics International is a modern standout, but price an EFIS with built-in monitoring first.

Experimental Audio Panels: Sophisticated, Integrated

PS Engineering and Garmin have kit-focused audio systems for under $2000. They have generous feature sets and high-end audio quality.

Aithre Illyrian Smart Pulse Oximeter

For full-time SpO2 monitoring, stick the Illyrian under the headset and let the app do the rest.

Big Screen EFIS

How you choose might depend on panel space and your control set preference—but the choices are extensive!

Big Screen EFIS Table

Companion table for the Big-Screen EFIS article.
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Propeller Shop Tour

Props live hard hard lives and that's one of many reasons why propeller manufacturers recommend routine upkeep and overhauling a prop based on flight...

Transponder Buyer’s Guide

Reliable transponder performance is critical in the ADS-B environment.
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New PJ2 Portable VHF Comm From Sporty’s

No matter how well you equip the panel of your kit, there’s good reason to invest in a portable comm transceiver.

In Case You Missed it

Vortex Generators for Cooling

A simple fix reduced CHTs in a Velocity by 55 degrees. By David G. Ullman.

Ask the DAR

Does an A&P have to sign off on an ELT inspection? And can a Sport Pilot fly a Cessna 172?

25th Anniversary: Homebuilts – The Enduring Soul of Innovation

This month we reflect on the changes we've seen over a quarter century of covering the homebuilt aircraft world; by Cindy Pedersen.

Engine Beat

It pays to be thorough and follow the manufacturers instructions to the letter when installing a prop on your homebuilt.