The RV-6 Adventure

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One man's tale.

Ten Years With A Time Machine

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Life with a finished F1 Rocket.

2011 Rotorcraft Buyer’s Guide

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In this last aircraft buyers guide of the year, we present the basic specs you'll need to get started if you're considering a kit gyro or helicopter purchase. Compiled by Marcie Moody.

Alternative Engine Buyer’s Guide

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Heres a look at the alternative powerplants that are available for homebuilts as well as the PSRUs you may need. Compiled by Cory Emberson. Text by Marc Cook.

2010 Engine Buyer’s Guide

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The first of our two engine guides looks at the more traditional aircraft powerplants. Compiled by Cory Emberson. Text by Marc Cook.

2010 Rotorcraft Buyer’s Guide

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If your taste in aviation runs to the rotor, dig in to this years edition of the Rotorcraft Buyer's Guide which features a panoply of helicopter and gyrocopter models you can build from a kit or from scratch. Compiled by Cory Emberson.

2010 Plansbuilt Buyer’s Guide

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If you've got the itch to build from scratch, this years edition of the Plansbuilt Buyer's Guide features a buffet of 142 kit aircraft models you can build and fly. Compiled by Cory Emberson.

2010 Kit Aircraft Buyer’s Guide

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Looking for a new project? This years edition of the Kit Aircraft Buyer's Guide features a feast of 313 kit aircraft models you can build and fly. Compiled by Cory Emberson.

2009 Engine Buyer’s Guide

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In Part 4 of our Annual Buyer's Guides, we present a variety of aircraft engines, among which are alternative engines and engines in development. Compiled by Julia Downie.

2009 Rotorcraft Buyer’s Guide

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In Part 3 of our Annual Buyer's Guides, we present a variety of homebuilt rotorcraft, among which are some Light Sport gyroplanes; compiled by Julia Downie.

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Buying Used: Van’s RV-7/7A

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A worthy successor to the world’s most popular experimental.

Tempest AA470 Oil Filter Cutter

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If you’re doing your own routine maintenance—and if you’re not, why not?—you’re going to...

The Luxury Tool

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Safe-T-Cable is an expensive alternative to safety wire, but worth it!

Stressing Structure

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Local crippling.