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Aircraft Extras, Inc.

Aircraft Parts for Experimental Aircraft - Low prices for the cost conscience Homebuilder

Avery® Clear Inkjet Labels

Professional-looking labels with excellent black and color print quality. Works with Microsoft® Word on HP, Canon, Epson and other inkjet printers.

Dynon Avionics

Dynon Avionics designs, manufactures and distributes a growing line of affordable glass cockpit avionics. Operated by aviation enthusiasts, Dynon utilizes the very latest state-of-the-art technologies to create modern avionics products with an emphasis on lowering prices and enhancing reliability.

Experimental Aircraft Hangar eHangar Panel Designer

The design of your instrument panel is one of the most important decisions you will make along the path of building your custom homebuilt aircraft, and we are here to help. The Panel Designer will allow you to design, and redesign your panel to your exact style and specifications, as well as save as many iterations as you like, for as long as you like. For FREE!

Grov-Air Custom Molded Panels

Because of our extensive experience with advanced aircraft avionics we are now offering custom-built instrument panels for the RV-series of aircraft.

Kelley Instruments, Inc.

Our mission is to provide our customers high quality aircraft instruments with unconditional satisfaction. Over the years, we have been a business of integrity with exceptional values. We are committed to these traits, and providing our customers with exceptional service.

PS Engineering

Audio and Intercom Systems.

Rocky Mountain Avionics

Experimental aircraft all over the world are using the microENCODER and microMONITOR to add safety, reduce panel space and enjoy computer-based electronic instrumentation.

The Sport Flying Shop

Comms, Avionics and Instruments.

TruTrak Flight Systems, Inc.

Trutrak Digital Autopilots represents the greatest advance in General Aviation autopilot technology since the invention of the Century III Autopilot in 1965.

Using a 3-blade Coax Stripper

Preparing the end of a coax feedline for connector installation with ordinary hand tools takes a fair amount of skill and care. Various layers of insulation and outer braid must be cleanly cut away at locations appropriate to he connector being installed. For the first several decades of the history of BNC connector installation, the technician used a sharp knife, a deft touch and some degree of skill and practice for "eye-balling" the right dimensions. Like all hand-operations, the risk for having to start over due to lack of diligence was moderately high. A number of clever tool manufactures now offer devices fitted with multiple blades, each one spaced appropriately for strip lengths and set for proper depth of cut.

Vertical Power

Simplify your flight operations and monitor your engine with five buttons.

XPanel Software

Build your panel online!

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