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All About Avionics

A clear definition of the mission along with a realistic assessment of the type of flying you'll do are key to successfully completing an avionics retrofit. By Stein Bruch.

Van’s RV-12

In typical fashion, Van’s Aircraft refused to rest on its laurels after the RV-12’s prototype debut last year, and sought to improve on an already good design. The new production airplane has changed (beyond its color), with a castering nosewheel, toe brakes instead of a grip, reshaped control sticks for better clearance, ground-adjustable seats fore and aft as well as in tilt, and the list goes on. Best of all, this day/VFR machine is still a delight to fly; by Ed Kolano.

Fuel Injection 101

Steve Ells immerses himself in the art and science of fuel-injection systems during a weekend course at Airflow Performance headquarters.

Home Shop Machinist

Conrad Norquist shows how the 6061 tubes supplied with Airdrome Aeroplanes kits are...