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Armstrong Xenos-B

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Completed in 1100 hours by Paul and Denise Armstrong, Xenos-B #0014 had its first flight on 10/3/23 at Montague, CA.  "It was easy to...

The eXenos Takes Wing!

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To quote Howard Hughes in the movie The Rocketeer… ”The son of a b**** will fly!" The stars finally aligned with the weather (and schedules)...

Morris Sonex

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After being furloughed from an airline during COVID, I purchased a partially completed kit from a builder's widow that had passed away some 5...

Hoey Sonex B

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I began building in February 2018 and made the first flight in December 2022. The Sonex B is powered by an AeroVee Turbo engine....

Lang Arion Lightning XS

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Although I had been active with RC model airplanes all my life, a retirement goal was to complete a full-scale airplane that my wife...

Bearhawk Model 5 Takes Flight

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Bearhawk Aircraft announced the flight of the first kit-built Bearhawk Model 5 on Monday, November 7th. This six-place airplane was originally designed to haul...

Fernandez Zenith Cruzer

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This is actually my third attempt at an experimental. Three others started, but life kept getting in the way. After retiring from a 25-year...
Edward Parisi Sonex Onex

Parisi Sonex Onex

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Sonex Onex N196XP flew for the first time on April 27th after a little over four years to complete. It's powered the 80 hp AeroVee...

Lindsey Van’s RV-6

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I really enjoyed building this plane, I didn't get in a hurry to build it. I wanted to do it right. I had lots...

Gervae Cub Special

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After 5 years and 2000+ hrs, I completed my plans built Cub Special. It has a Continental O-200A with Catto Prop, TK1 Shock Monster...

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Wind Tunnel

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Last month we took a look at using hinge-line offset to aerodynamically balance control...

Completions

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Builders share their successes.

On a Wing and a Whim

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Flying a scratch-built Sonex is good for the soul.

Free Flight

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EFISes provide a tremendous amount of information and extend the capabilities of todays homebuilt aircraft, but only if you take the time to learn how to use them properly.