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Articles from The Aviation Consumer (July 1, 2019)

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AEROBATIC CRUISER ACCIDENTS: RLOC AND LOW FLYKING. 840
Aerobatic Cruisers: All-Purpose Fun:You fly for the pure enjoyment of it and to get places efficiently Why not do it in a plane that kicks the fun up a notch? But do a careful prebuy. Durden, Rick 2578
AeroVonics Gyros: Capable, Inexpensive:With creative, flexible design, these combined displays offer impressive features at low prices. The smaller of the two fits into a standard clock hole. Bertorelli, Paul 927
Editor's Choice Awards: Garmin An Easy Win: Garmin has expanded the STC list for its retrofit autopilots, earned widespread approval for the G3X Touch and now has new navigators. Awards list 1607
HOW WILL YOU FLY WITHOUT ADS-B? Anglisano, Larry 746
JUPITER BIKE. Fdmundson, George 119
PIPER J-3 ACCIDENTS: STALLS, RLOC. 580
Piper J-3 Cub: You'll pay top dollar for pristine refurbs. Consider an engine upgrade for better performance. Engle, Ion 3487
PPL Training Courses: Sporty's, MzeroA Top:The Sporty's Learn To Fly course emphasizes decision-making and real-world scenarios, while MzeroA has a unique interactive style. O'Connor, Kate 3030
SKYBEACON VALIDATION. 474
SkyView In A Skyhawk: Big Work, But Worth It: Installing a Dynon Certified SkyView HDX system in a flying club Cessna was both more trouble-and more beneficial--than originally planned. Van West, Jeff 3110
VORTEX GENERATORS OR STOL KIT? Bicknell, Dick 113
What's It Really Weigh? Don't shortchange major installations by not generating an accurate weight and balance report. Putting it on the scales is worth the effort. Anglisano, Larry 578

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