Coming Into the Cold

Cryogenic treatments are the newest thing at the Ly-Con engine spa.

Coming Back

Returning to the cockpit after a long absence.

Rapid Prototyping and Experimental Design

Epoxy and fuel resistance tests, part 1-epoxy basics.

Completions

Builders share their successes.

On a Roll

Beringer Aero takes wheels, brakes, and landing gear to new heights.

Buying a Used Homebuilt: Pre-Buy Inspection

The pre-buy inspection-what is it and why do you need one?

Completions

Builders share their successes.

All About Avionics

Much of our focus in this series has been on the latest and greatest electronic gadgetry. But traditional instrument packages, the so-called six-pack, have their benefits. Avionics wizard Stein Bruch extols their virtues and explains their vices in this months installment.

All About Avionics

More and more pilots are installing all-inclusive engine monitoring equipment in their aircraft, and, fortunately, todays monitors are dully reliable.

Hell on Wheels

Despite losing the use of his legs to childhood polio, John Deneke has done what hes always done: found a way to fly, and to build. By Bob Fritz.

In Case You Missed it

Completions

Builders share their successes.
Starduster too on the ramp

Rear Cockpit: The Other Guy’s Plane

In a parallel life of mine—auto journalism—shop talk occasionally got around to just how...

What’s a Nice Guy Like You Doing in a Plane Like This?

Making the transition from certified aircraft to Experimentals.

Carbon Monoxide Blues

Although not a huge factor in airplane crashes, carbon monoxide poisoning does contribute to accidents each year. This is entirely avoidable with a good, functional carbon monoxide detector in the cockpit. The choices in these units have increased over the years, so now there's no excuse to do without this useful tool; by Rick Lindstrom.