Alternators, busses, breakers and fuses form the core of aircraft electrical systems. Here’s what you need to know to install them correctly.
The Mojave Experimental Fly-In adds record setting to the agenda in 2014.
Dave Prizio and his Build-a-Bear crew get the Texas Sport Cub ready for flight testing, and take to the skies.
Paul Dye discusses risk management, and how you can decrease the chances of having an aviation mishap.
Operating limitations, selling a homebuilt, aircraft that cant be registered.
DAR Mel Asberry continues his discussion of operating limitations and Phase I flight-test requirements.
Don’t shortchange the job with the wrong cable, sloppy routing or flawed crimping techniques.
Can a homebuilt whose core is a certified airplane fuselage ever be seen as an Experimental?
Compared to the high cost of horsepower, reducing drag is a much less expensive way to go faster.
Sam Kurtz set out to build an RV-7A. It ended up restoring him.