Kitplanes Magazine Issue  July 2011

Kitplanes Magazine Issue
July 2011

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July 2011
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84
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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

  • Flight Reports
    • 8 Back to the Future (Burt Rutan’s VariEze puts today’s fast glass in perspective; by Bob Grimstead.)
    • 17 Mustang II (A former sheet-metal man and self-confessed tinkerer customizes his kit to get the high-performance plane of his dreams; by Ed Wischmeyer)
  • Builder Spotlight
    • 24 Prefab Choices (Buying an already built Experimental has its pluses and minuses. Here’s some advice; by Marc Cook.)
    • 28 Time to Vent (The ABCs of fuel-tank vents; by Terry Edwards.)
    • 36 Here Comes the Judge (We take a peek behind the reflector sunglasses of aircraft judging; by Bill Repucci.)
    • 41 Give Me a Brake (A relatively simple solution for when your stopping power proves inadequate; by Chuck Deiterich.)
    • 51 Engine Beat (Deep inside the Slick magneto; by Steve Ells.)
    • 65 Ask the Dar (Know your limitations, Phase I continued; by Mel Asberry.)
    • 66 Completions (Builders share their successes.)
  • Shop Talk
    • 73 Aero ’lectrics (Gee, a PS antenna; by Jim Weir.)
  • Designer’s Notebook
    • 54 Wind Tunnel (The pitfalls of unproven powerplants; by Barnaby Wainfan)
  • Exploring
    • 2 Around the Patch (We could-a, should-a had a V-8; by Marc Cook.)
    • 6 What's New (PS Engineering’s new audio panel/com, a new distributor for UL Power, Comp Air 6 kit price break; edited by Mary Bernard.)
    • 46 Alternative Energies (Disruptive technology: Is it shaking up aviation yet? By Dean Sigler.)
    • 59 The Dawn Patrol (Send up the bump dummy; by Dick Starks.)
    • 62 Free Flight (Experimental operations? Choose wisely; by Paul Dye.)
    • 70 Light Stuff (Walk and roll; by Roy Beisswenger.)
  • Kit Bits
    • 5 Letters
    • 67 List of Advertisers
    • 68 Builders’ Marketplace
    • 75 The Classified Builder
    • 80 Kit Stuff (Drawing on experience; by cartoonist Robrucha.)

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