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Aviatika MAI 890 experimental homebuilt lightsport aircraft. Free weekly webcasts on ultralight and lightsport aircraft PLUS FREE CLASSIFIED ADS at *******www.lightsportaircraft.ca Distributed by Tubemogul.
8 Jun 2009
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EZ Flyer experimental, amateur built, homebuilt aircraft. Free weekly webcasts on ultralight and lightsport aircraft PLUS FREE CLASSIFIED ADS at *******www.lightsportaircraft.ca, *******www.lightsportaircraftpilot**** Distributed by Tubemogul.
20 Jun 2009
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Fisher Youngster ultralight, experimental, amateurbuilt, homebuilt biplane. Free weekly webcasts on ultralight and lightsport aircraft PLUS FREE CLASSIFIED ADS at *******www.lightsportaircraft.ca, *******www.lightsportaircraftpilot**** Distributed by Tubemogul.
21 Jul 2009
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*******homebuilt-wooden-sailboat-plans**** will teach you every thing you need to know about building a wooden sailboat. The first steps in building a wooden boat are to determine what type of boat you would like to build and own, and also what size is feasible, both in terms of money and time invested, and the space you have in which to work.
19 Jan 2011
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how to made atv with old mower engine cheap bicycle and 30$
26 Dec 2007
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built this in 3 weeks out of two old snowmobiles & some scrap
25 Feb 2010
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This is my homemade 350 Joule Coilgun . Its loaded with 3mm metal bbs and has a voltmeter to indicate the voltage thats on the capacitors
15 Oct 2010
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*******www.Best-Homebuilt-Aircraft****</a> - Obviously no successful rehearsal before they attempted this dangerous <a href="*******www.best-homebuilt-aircraft****">plane stunt</a>.
4 Jun 2007
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This short video shows a homebuilt Titan with the 912S turbo charged 100 HP engine doing a nice flyby. Please remember to rate this free video if you enjoyed it! Barry Foer - *******bfoer.homestead****/home2.html
28 Jul 2007
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Fellow adventurer Brian Call and I embark on a two day kayaking expedition of Apache Lake, located in the Tonto National Forest of Arizona. I am using a rental, and Brian is using his homebuilt sea kayak. In Part 1 we practice in a sheltered cove, and setup camp for the night.
11 Apr 2008
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While we've been enjoying the fruits of the certified EFIS developments that have popped up over the last few years, we are duty-bound to mention that the experimental aircraft industry has been developing these technologies for many years... and flying them for nearly as long. As a matter of fact, a number of certified products started with the experimental industry. Aero-TV spent some amusing moments with Blue Mountain Avionics' boss, Greg Richter, an irrepressible sort of fellow who has spearheaded a phenomenal amount of glass panel development programs for sport aircraft. In addition to being quite an innovator, we must note that its hard to come away from this feature without also noting that he's a bit of a character... this was a wild (and fun) interview -- despite the fact that we had to brave some uncharacteristically cool temps in central Florida on the closing day of the 2008 US Sport Aviation Expo. Greg's first EFIS flew in 1997, and since then, he has driven Blue Mountain to become one of the preeminent suppliers of EFIS, FMCS and Autopilots for homebuilts and light-sport aircraft. Richter tells ANN that his product line boasts, "the fastest AHRS available (at 420 deg/sec, 4x the nearest competitor), the brightest sunlight-readable displays, built-in WAAS GPS, moving map, 3D terrain avoidance, engine monitor and automated nav/com control." Blue Mountain EFIS installations can be seen in any number of sport aircraft... ranging form Van's speedy RVs to L-39s and even experimental rocketplanes. FMI: www.bluemountainavionics**** Copyright 2008, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
29 Apr 2008
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While we've been enjoying the fruits of the certified EFIS developments that have popped up over the last few years, we are duty-bound to mention that the experimental aircraft industry has been developing these technologies for many years... and flying them for nearly as long. As a matter of fact, a number of certified products started with the experimental industry. Aero-TV spent some amusing moments with Blue Mountain Avionics' boss, Greg Richter, an irrepressible sort of fellow who has spearheaded a phenomenal amount of glass panel development programs for sport aircraft. In addition to being quite an innovator, we must note that its hard to come away from this feature without also noting that he's a bit of a character... this was a wild (and fun) interview -- despite the fact that we had to brave some uncharacteristically cool temps in central Florida on the closing day of the 2008 US Sport Aviation Expo. Greg's first EFIS flew in 1997, and since then, he has driven Blue Mountain to become one of the preeminent suppliers of EFIS, FMCS and Autopilots for homebuilts and light-sport aircraft. Richter tells ANN that his product line boasts, "the fastest AHRS available (at 420 deg/sec, 4x the nearest competitor), the brightest sunlight-readable displays, built-in WAAS GPS, moving map, 3D terrain avoidance, engine monitor and automated nav/com control." Blue Mountain EFIS installations can be seen in any number of sport aircraft... ranging form Van's speedy RVs to L-39s and even experimental rocketplanes. FMI: www.bluemountainavionics**** Copyright 2008, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
30 Apr 2008
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Ever wanted to build your own trial software? Now you can learn how, by using your own homebuilt batch software.
5 Feb 2010
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The M200X volantor has completed over two hundred successful test flights. It has been extensively hard-tooled so that derivatives not requiring FAA certification are now available. Recreational and utilitarian models include: * Demonstrators for use over one's own property (M200D) * Versions that operate within ground effect--approximately 10 feet AGL (M200G) * Experimental or homebuilt variants (M200E) * Rescue configuration capable of docking with skyscrapers (Firefly 3) Depending on the number of orders received the prices could vary between $125,000 for the M200G to $450,000 for the Firefly 3. Information on potential military and/or para-military applications of the M200R and M200M are welcome. Interested parties should contact Bruce Calkins at brucemoller****, or by phone at (530) 756-5086 or facsimile to (530) 756-5179.
3 Feb 2009
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Video demo of a homebuilt launch controller that's a bit more spiffy than the devices sold on the market. Building howto and blog on www.playspoon****
24 Nov 2009
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Old-Fashioned Stick and Rudder Airshow Flying At It's BEST! We have tremendous respect for the folks who make their living in the turbulent and demanding airshow business. For many, it is a business fraught with stress, sacrifice and unending complexity. But for most, it's more than a job... its a life. Imagine, if you will, though the extra demands placed on a performer who has to deal with a life-threatening illness to not only survive, but to regain his place in the airshow biz. THAT takes guts... and perseverance... and incredible professionalism... THAT takes a guy like Texas T-Cart Airshow's Randy Henderson. Following a health threat that grounded him for a number of months, Randy is climbing back into the cockpit of his beloved T-Craft in order to demonstrate the kind of old-fashioned stick and rudder airshow flying fist pioneered by the likes of Duane Cole and now kept alive by Randy's inability to say 'Uncle.' Henderson claims to have launched his aerobatic career by executing his first barrel roll at 5,000 feet -- with his eyes closed! Just a few years later, Randy won the very first contest he flew in the Texas T-Cart. He's the star of the show, a well-known aerobatic performer who now has a number of regional, national and international titles to his credit. The Texas T-Cart driver earned his private pilot's license during the two years he spent stationed in England as a medic in the U.S. Air Force. During that time, he began skydiving as well, and made 24 parachute jumps. Randy later began his professional career flying DC-3 freighter planes with only 380 hours of flight time under his belt. In just three years, he logged 3,000 hours in the air -- and survived thirteen engine failures as he worked his way up to Captain. Since January 1979, Randy has been a pilot for Southwest Airlines. He became their youngest Boeing 737 Captain ever when he upgraded less than three years later. The Texas T-Cart is a highly modified, clipped-wing Taylorcraft BC12-D, and first rolled off the assembly line in 1946. Randy spent two years modifying this homebuilt taildragger in his hangar at Cottonpatch Aerodrome in Frisco, Texas. The wings of the Texas T-Cart have been clipped eight feet for a total wingspan of twenty-eight feet, and the engine is a 180 horsepower Lycoming. It also has both an inverted fuel system especially designed for aerobatics and a smoke oil system that Randy uses during all of his air show performances. Get Some Texas T-Cart Aerobatic Time With Randy Henderson and Aero-TV! FMI: www.texastcart****, www.aero-tv****, www.youtube****/aerotvnetwork, *******twitter****/AeroNews Copyright 2009, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
6 Feb 2009
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