Waiex-B

The B stands for bigger.

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 Legend’s 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.

In Case You Missed it

Lancair ES-P

Robert Simon had the distinction of building the first Lancair ES-P to fly. But the process wasn’t without its challenges. The ES-P employs the cabin design and structure of the pressurized, retractable Lancair IV-P, but has a larger wing and fixed gear. During the build, Simon also deviated from the base design with changes that required factory support to accomplish. Not only did he learn much, he ultimately got the plane he needed; by Dave Higdon.

Rear Cockpit

Twice the fun and half the cost.

Letters

Need for SpeedNigel Speedy needs to be careful not to exceed 180 knots CAS....

Vortex Generators for Cooling

A simple fix reduced CHTs in a Velocity by 55 degrees. By David G. Ullman.