Kitplanes Magazine Issue  August 2010

Kitplanes Magazine Issue
August 2010

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August 2010
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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

  • Flight Report
    • 8 Velocity, Increased (When your mission is to “go fast, fly high,” the airplane at the head of the list is the Velocity TXL-5 turbo; by Doug Rozendaal.)
  • Builder Spotlight
    • 30 Detail Man (The devil is in the details, but Andy Paterson was up to the task, and this exceptional GlaStar Sportsman is the result; by Tom Wilson.)
    • 37 Hiring Help with Avionics (Working with avionics pros might add cost, but a convenient relationship with the right shop can save you money and grief in the long run; by Larry Anglisano.)
    • 43 Vacuum Bagging for Homebuilders (In the third and final part of our short series on vacuum bagging, we’ll concentrate on troubleshooting your project; by Patrick Thomson.)
    • 49 (Return of) the Home Machinist (Loose screws and nuts and bolts; by Bob Fritz.)
    • 72 Completions (Builders share their successes.)
  • Shop Talk
    • 70 Aero ’lectrics (Back Yard II (Rev. B); by Jim Weir.)
  • Designer’s Notebook
    • 59 Wind Tunnel (A heavyweight bout; by Barnaby Wainfan.)
  • Exploring
    • 2 Around the Patch (Making electric aircraft exciting; by Marc Cook.)
    • 4 What's New (Two new Legend aircraft debut, Belite UL wins award, classic book reissued as an eBook; edited by Mary Bernard.)
    • 18 Expanding Current Technology (At the fourth annual Electric Aircraft Symposium, a future of electric-powered aircraft is coming into view; by Marc Cook.)
    • 22 Safety is No Accident (In this second installment of our series on homebuilt aircraft accidents, we look at how the popular Lancair designs fare in the ratings; by Ron Wanttaja.)
    • 53 Down to Earth (Safety in the details; by Amy Laboda)
    • 56 Ask the DAR (ELSA certification for the Van’s RV-12; by Mel Asberry.)
    • 57 Engine Beat (Preparing for first start; by Steve Ells.)
    • 64 Free Flight (A confluence of little things; by Paul Dye.)
    • 73 Light Stuff (Piper joins the LSA tribe; by Dave Martin.)
  • Kit Bits
    • 5 Letters
    • 66 List of Advertisers
    • 67 Builders’ Marketplace
    • 75 The Classified Builder
    • 80 Kit Stuff (Drawing on experience; by cartoonist Robrucha.)

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