Kitplanes MagazineJanuary 2017, by Phil Dixon

Kitplanes Magazine
January 2017

by Phil Dixon & Sherwood Harris

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2017
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January
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84
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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

  • Flight Review
    • 6 Super Legend HP: The ASTM Titan engine finds another home in a new kit from American Legend. And yeah, it’s a hotrod. By Paul Bertorelli.
  • Builder Spotlight
    • 14 Parts Off, Parts On! Learning how to disassemble and assemble Lycoming engines. By Paul Dye.
    • 20 Just Call Him Mr. Pylon: Homebuilt aircraft builder Steve Wittman was one of America’s greatest air racers. By Amy Laboda.
    • 28 Building the Bearhawk LSA: Fuel tanks and wingtips. By Ken Scott.
    • 32 Wooden Hangar Floors: Yes, it’s unusual, but for my hangar it makes perfect sense. By Steve Kessinger.
    • 36 The Inverted Oil Dilemma: Adding more equipment is never as easy as you think. By Paul Dye.
    • 40 Homebuilt or Store-Bought? Raising the bar forRV-10 interiors to an entirely different level. By Bruce Eicher.
    • 44 Rapid Prototyping and Experimental Design: CNC mold blank fabrication, part 2. By Eric Stewart.
    • 68 Completions: Builders share their successes.
    • 74 Ask the DAR : Complying with the 51% rule, bringing Canadian aircraft into the U.S., adding auxiliary fuel tanks, using non-TSO’d ADS-B in an Ercoupe. By Mel Asberry.
  • Shop Talk
    • 50 Plane and Simple: Silicone tape—it’s for a lot more than just emergencies. By Jon Croke.
    • 58 Best Practices: Solid rivet selection and installation. By Dave Prizio.
    • 65 Home Shop Machinist: Be steady. By Bob Hadley.
    • 78 Aero’Lectrics : Wired at Oshkosh. By Jim Weir.
  • Shop Tip
    • 63 Alignment Aids for Lycoming Oil Screen Housings: By William Rynone, Ph.D., P.E.
    • 77 Labeling: By Larry Larson.
  • Designer’s Notebook
    • 75 Wind Tunnel: More about trikes. By Barnaby Wainfan.
  • Exploring
    • 2 Editor’s Log: No two rivets alike. By Paul Dye.
    • 52 Checkpoints: Mr. Anvil Head is not your friend.By Vic Syracuse.
    • 55 Risky Business : Surviving the unplanned pitch trim loop.By Sid Mayeux.
  • Kit Bits
    • 4 Letters
    • 69 List of Advertisers
    • 70 Builders’ Marketplace
    • 80 Kit Stuff: Drawing on experience. By cartoonist Robrucha.

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