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Upgrading from Slick magnetos to P-MAGS
Paul Dye talks about meeting old friends and making new friends at air shows and fly-ins, and introduces several new columnists who will be regular contributors to KITPLANES.
Dynon has released three new products that were announced at Sun 'n Fun in April: a COM radio, Intercom, and SkyView firmware 6.0 with...
Grand Rapids Technologies FLIR provides an extra margin of safety for night ops.
With so many different types of Experimental/kit aircraft available, Paul Dye explains how KITPLANES tries to include something of interest for everyone.
New equipment from Garmin’s Team X is tailored to the experimental builder’s budget.
Which way do you lean? Techniques for improving performance by using the mixture control.
Paul Dye explains how it was possible for him to become editor-in-chief of KITPLANES before he actually left his old job at NASA and what you can expect to see in KITPLANES in the near future.
AeroLEDs introduces new landing/recognition lights, Wicks Aircraft offers a comprehensive assortment of O-rings. Edited
When developing a strategy for a flight, it’s important to know the limitations of XM weather, NEXRAD radar, moving maps and other tools.