Kitplanes Magazine Issue  September 2010

Kitplanes Magazine Issue
September 2010

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September 2010
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84
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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

  • Flight Reports
    • 8 Lancair Launches the Piston Evolution (If you believe a move from turbine to piston power makes this kitbuilt less sophisticated, think again; by Doug Rozendaal.)
    • 20 M-squared Breese 2 (It’s not just an expensive gadabout. It’s a rudder airplane; by Ed Wischmeyer.)
  • Builder Spotlight
    • 26 The Home Machinist (We have a winner in the screw-extractor test; by Bob Fritz.)
    • 30 All About Avionics: EFIS dreams 2010 (What’s hot in the world of glass panel instruments this year; by Stein Bruch.)
    • 67 Completions (Builders share their successes.)
  • Shop Talk
    • 70 Aero ’lectrics (Back Yard II: Lights, camera, action; by Jim Weir.)
  • Designer’s Notebook
    • 59 Wind Tunnel (The link between weight creep and performance; by Barnaby Wainfan.)
  • Exploring
    • 2 Around the Patch (Unlead by example; by Marc Cook.)
    • 6 What's New (Zenith CH 750 completes NKET review, Sporty’s announces an E6B app and Inogen’s bottle-less oxygen system; edited by Mary Bernard.)
    • 19 Product Review: Spidertracks (A novel GPS-based tracking system performs flawlessly... for a price; by Marc Cook.)
    • 42 Safety is No Accident (The Avid and Kitfox have a long history of rivalry and conflict, but the accident statistics for these two designs may surprise you; by Ron Wanttaja.)
    • 47 The Dawn Patrol (Return to the scene of the thought; by Dick Starks.)
    • 50 Free Flight (What’s the worst that could happen? By Paul Dye.)
    • 53 Engine Beat (Airflow Performance injects new life into the 912; by Steve Ells.)
    • 56 Experimotive (All geared up and somewhere to go; by Rick Lindstrom.)
    • 64 Ask the DAR (Phase I redux, data plates and partially built projects; by Mel Asberry.)
    • 73 Light Stuff (The P2008, Tecnam’s newest LSA; by Dave Martin.)
  • Kit Bits
    • 5 LETTERS
    • 66 LIST OF ADVERTISERS
    • 68 BUILDERS’ MARKETPLACE
    • 75 THE CLASSIFIED BUILDER
    • 80 KIT STUFF (Drawing on experience; by cartoonist Robrucha.)

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