If you want to go faster, add more horsepower.
Understanding the differences between these highly capable GPS navigators.
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.
Making the transition from certified aircraft to Experimentals.
If you can build an aircraft, you can easily make your own tools.
Phillips? Flat head? Double blade? Bob Fritz clears up questions you didn't even know you had about screwdrivers. When you're building a plane, the right tool for the right job (and right space) really does matter.
Starting on the wings and ordering more parts.
Builder Rick Reese applies state-of-the-art quality assurance techniques to the building of his exceptional Safari helicopter. By Mary Bernard.
For a couple of hundred bucks, why argue about whether a handheld VHF com radio is worth having? Top-of-the-line tablets can cost five times...
Organize your test program beforehand, and you not only maximize your use of time, but also understand your airplane far better than someone who is just running the hours off the clock.