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DeltaHawk Engines is hardly a newcomer to AirVenture. It's been showing the progression of its Jet-A 4-cylinder engine for a couple of years, but...
Just when we thought the stand-alone GPS navigator was dead, Garmin introduces two new ones aimed at lower budgets.
TruTrak Flight Systems set out to deliver a budget-based retrofit autopilot for certified aircraft with the Vizion system and has been delivering the system...
Sourcing the right antennas for your kits avionics suite is only half the chore. Placement, proper grounding, and routine upkeep are critical to performance.
With little fanfare, at Sun 'n Fun 2018 BendixKing was showing its new XVue Touch integrated flight deck for experimental aircraft. Priced at $5499,...
Dynon Avionics' latest-generation SkyView integrated avionics called the SkyView HDX has a newly designed bezel and user controls for easier use while flying in turbulence, plus brighter displays and a reworked touch interface. Larry Anglisano takes a product tour of the HDX with Dynon's Michael Schoefield in this video.
The Experimental market gets few breaks when it comes to transponder and ADS-B requirements.
The G5 is a self-contained electronic flight instrument, which can be interfaced with Garmin's G3X/Touch avionics and autopilot for backup and flight instrument redundancy. The GMA245 and remote GMA245R Bluetooth audio panels have advanced entertainment input functions and onscreen programming.
Our market scan reveals plenty of models with advanced feature sets and space-saving designs.
We compare three models from Garmin and PS Engineering.