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Stein Bruch

Stein Bruch
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Minnesota-based Stein Bruch is in a unique position of running a successful avionics shop that caters to the Experimental crowd. As such, he's seen, installed, trouble-shot and fixed just about everything on the market. In other words, he knows what he's talking about.

All About Avionics

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Panel Upgrades—Wiring your panel. By Stein Bruch.

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Panel Upgrades—making the cut. By Stein Bruch.

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Planning a major panel upgrade. By Stein Bruch.

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Panel upgrades—planning the project. By Stein Bruch.

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With all of the ways to get GPS information into the cockpit, a handheld unit remains a viable option. By Stein Bruch.

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Building your own panel need not be daunting. Stein Bruch offers some wisdom about how to keep the project on task and avoid the mistakes others have made.

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Stein Bruch explains how bringing smart phones and tablets, with a bevy of aviation apps, into the cockpit have helped him become a better—and safer—pilot.

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Electrical components ahead of the firewall are crucial to the operation of the engine and aircraft systems. Stein Bruch presents a primer on wiring these vital elements of your electrical system.

All About Avionics: Wire Stripping and Crimping

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Wire stripping and crimping might seem like a basic skills, but when done improperly can have nasty consequences. Stein Bruch gives an overview of the proper tools and methods you'll need to keep your avionics humming.

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As autopilots become more and more commonplace, their utility only gets better. Stein Bruch offers an overview of the latest trends.

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Metal vs. Wood

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Part 2: Reworking a wood propeller.

Finding the Source

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While on a routine technical counselor consultation, Paul Dye discovered hidden treasure: Richard VanGrunsven’s original RV-1. He details a bit about its history and preparations for its planned tour this summer.

Ask the DAR

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Data plate questions, airworthiness certificate errors, complying with service bulletins.

Building the eXenos

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Part 4: Back to the airframe, installing the motor.