Kitplanes Magazine Issue  February 2011

Kitplanes Magazine Issue
February 2011

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Feb 2011
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84
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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

  • 2011 Annual Buyer’s Guide, Part 3
    • 42 2011 Rotorcraft Buyer’s Guide (If you enjoy open-cockpit flying or you live to hover, you’ll find much to your liking in our comprehensive listing of rotorcraft that can be built from kits or plans; compiled by Marcie Moody.)
  • Flight Reports
    • 18 Searey LSX Amphibian (Could this be the best-handling homebuilt? By Ed Wischmeyer.)
  • Builder Spotlight
    • 8 On Safari (Builder Rick Reese goes the extra mile in pursuit of perfection and safety; by Mary Bernard.)
    • 34 All About Avionics (Bang-for-the-buck retrofits, there for the taking; by Stein Bruch.)
    • 52 Completions (Builders share their successes.)
    • 59 Engine Beat (Shopping for a used engine? Caution advised! By Steve Ells)
    • 72 Ask the Dar (Function Code 33 and flight test; by Mel Asberry.)
  • Shop Talk
    • 73 AERO ’LECTRICS ( A hot time in the old town; by Jim Weir.)
  • Designer’s Notebook
    • 70 WIND TUNNEL (Airflow-related nondimensional quantities; by Barnaby Wainfan.)
  • Exploring
    • 2 AROUND THE PATCH (Small changes, big improvements; by Marc Cook.)
    • 7 WHAT’S NEW (When it comes to planes, it’s nice to share, plus there’s a simple yet effective way to mark wires; edited by Mary Bernard.)
    • 25 Buzzwords: Ground Effect, Part 2 (How ground effect comes into play during takeoff and landing; by Ed Kolano.)
    • 28 Safety Is No Accident (Are common assumptions about auto-engine conversions supported by an analysis of the data? By Ron Wanttaja.)
    • 49 The Dawn Patrol (“You’ve got 30 minutes before it hits!” By Dick Starks.)
    • 54 Makes You Go Hmmm (The rotor versus the piston—understanding the physics; by Paul Lamar.)
    • 63 Free Flight (Into the coal sack; by Paul Dye.)
  • 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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