Weather In the Cockpit

Portable receivers rule the roost. How you choose depends on your app of choice.

17 Kits For Under $25K

Building economically can be done, but you’re going to be part of the cost savings.

Buying Used: Kitfox

Always in high demand, be ready to act fast when you find one you like.

Experimental Audio Panels: Sophisticated, Integrated

PS Engineering and Garmin have kit-focused audio systems for under $2000. They have generous feature sets and high-end audio quality.
Van's RV-6

Buying Used: Van’s RV-6

What to look for when shopping for the world’s most popular Experimental.

Big Screen EFIS

How you choose might depend on panel space and your control set preference—but the choices are extensive!

2020 Propeller Buyer’s Guide

Finding the right prop.

Transponder Buyer’s Guide

Reliable transponder performance is critical in the ADS-B environment.

2020 Engine Buyer’s Guide

Get your aero motivation here!

It’s Time to Start

It’s said you don’t know where to begin until someone shines a light down the dark hallway. Metaphorically, anyway, because it’s hard to build...

In Case You Missed it

Build Your Skills: Composites (Part 9)

Dont let pesky pinholes ruin your homebuilt project. There is a way to deal with them, and author Bob Fritz describes how. Hint: To start with, cleanliness is always a good thing in the shop.

Wind Tunnel

Pitch is not the only axis involved in making an airplane fly well. Yaw and roll are also important, and this month Barnaby Wainfan turns his attention to lateral/directional stability and its effect on flying qualities.

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

Making the transition from certified aircraft to Experimentals.

Flocking of the Experimenters

Celebrating the Experimental spirit at a growing Mojave fly-in.