Oil System Design-Exploring the components that keep your engine alive.
More power! Bob Fritz takes a close look at what makes batteries go, what kind is best for your plane, and how to get the most out of your battery.
There are seemingly few more mundane tasks than making holes, but there are as many ways to do them, as there are different sizes and shapes of holes. This month, Stein Bruch describes how to cut holes in the panel yourself, using tools you may already have around the shop.
What is the most common cause of engine failure? It could be you!
Protecting your cowling from excess heat.
As Martha and Wendell Solesbee near completion on their Lancair Evo, they encounter the minor setbacks that make the “90% done, 90% to go” expression ring true.
It’s starting to look like a Sport Cub. Dave Prizio gets to work on the systems and finishes the wings.
While I owned my Fisher FP-404 (“Restoring a Stored Homebuilt,” February 2017), I was using an Android smartphone running the free Avare navigation app for what limited cross-country flying I did with that plane. As it was a wooden plane, a homemade wooden holder for the smartphone seemed more in keeping with the wood structure […]
The effects of icing on aircraft performance.
Readers want to know when you can use your homebuilt for paid instruction and how to convert a certified aircraft into an Experimental.