Builders Ken Scott and Ken Kruegers unique project is off the drawing board and into production. They're working with the engine builder, the wing is behind them, the nosebowl is taking shape-and the fuselage is taking over the living room;
Who can be in the cockpit of a homebuilt aircraft during Phase I flight testing? Mel Asberry answers the question.
Builders share their experiences.
Craig Catto, master of fixed-pitch props.
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.
Even current pilots need to hone specific skills before attempting a first flight in their homebuilts. There's only one way to do that: practice. And then practice some more.
Panel Upgrades—Wiring your panel. By Stein Bruch.
LSA weight increase, compass requirements, gyroplane DARs, E/A-B inspector eligibility.
A visit to Verner Motor in the Czech Republic. By John Christian.
Can a properly ducted radiator offset all internal cooling drag and produce thrust?