All Grown Up

The Titan-powered SuperSTOL Stretch XL.

Super Legend HP

The ASTM Titan engine finds another home in a new kit from American Legend. And yeah, its a hotrod. By Paul Bertorelli.

Miniature Yankee

The BD-17L has much in common with the original BD-1.

Merlin PSA

The personal single.

Hummel H5

Good things come in small packages.

Javron Super Cub

As close as you can get to a PA-18 in a kit.

Flying Legends Tucano Replica

If you can't own an original, it's the next best thing.

Building the Thatcher CX5

An insider's view into one of homebuilding's best-kept secrets.

Carbon Cub EX on Amphibious Floats

A new way to have fun with a Carbon Cub.

Taildragger!

The RV-14 many have been waiting for.

In Case You Missed it

Thatcher CX4

If you’re a builder on a budget and don’t aim to do long cross-country trips, the Thatcher CX4 may be worth a look. By Ed Wischmeyer.

Wind Tunnel

Tail surface flutter.

Build it Better

Paul Dye has used his engineering discipline to jot down his thoughts on the many lessons learned as we gain experience as pilots and builders. His goal, and ours, is to leverage the tribal knowledge of longtime builders such as Dye to get you thinking about Experimental aircraft on a higher level. Not simply nuts and bolts, but larger concepts centering on safety and self-discipline. We hope you enjoy this series.

Dan’s World

Columnist and RV builder Dan Checkoway advocates keeping it simple so that you can actually afford to fuel and fly your homebuilt aircraft. He claims many builders buy into the hype about the latest and greatest equipment must-haves, and then complain about the price at the pump.