Kitplanes Magazine Issue  January 2009

Kitplanes Magazine Issue
January 2009

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January 2009
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84
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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

  • Annual Buyer’s Guide, Part 2
    • 24 2009 PLANSBUILT BUYER’S GUIDE (Choose from among 175 designs that can be built from plans, including some Light Sport Aircraft; compiled by Julia Downie.)
  • Flight Report
    • 8 WAG-AERO SPORT TRAINER (When is a Cub not a Cub, but also as excellent as a Cub in all the Cub ways? By Marc Cook.)
  • Builder Spotlight
    • 18 ROLL YOUR OWN (With the design settled, work begins cutting metal for the one-off KK-1 homebuilt; by Ken Scott).
    • 50 BUILD YOUR SKILLS: FABRIC (Application of finishing tapes is the next step in the fabric covering process; by Ron Alexander.)
    • 56 TO LAUNCH A LIGHT SPORT (Installation of the wings and nosewheel on the Jabiru J250 was illuminating; by Bob Fritz.)
  • Shop Talk
    • 71 AERO ’LECTRICS (PVC in the CAFE, Part 2; by Jim Weir.)
  • Designer’s Notebook
    • 69 WIND TUNNEL (There are ways to counter adverse yaw; by Barnaby Wainfan.)
  • Exploring
    • 2 AROUND THE PATCH (Computers are precise, just not very smart; by Marc Cook.)
    • 7 WHAT’S NEW (There’s a new fiberglass panel for GlaStars; Fisher Flying Products has a new owner, and the Paradise SLSA debuts; edited by Mary Bernard.)
    • 15 HOMEBUILTS: ENDURING SOUL OF INNOVATION (In just the 25 years KITPLANES® has been in existence, we’ve seen exciting, industry-moving developments in Experimental aircraft ; by Cindy Pedersen.)
    • 64 ASK THE DAR (How big is your fl ight-test area? By Mel Asberry.)
    • 73 LIGHT STUFF (Get ready for electrons in the “tank”; by Dave Martin.)
  • Kit Bits
    • 4 CONTRIBUTORS
    • 6 LETTERS
    • 65 LIST OF ADVERTISERS
    • 66 BUILDERS’ MARKETPLACE
    • 75 THE CLASSIFIED BUILDER
    • 80 KIT STUFF (Drawing on experience; by cartoonist Robrucha.)

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