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Here is a closer look at what makes a good training aircraft, followed by our top five training aircraft of all-time.

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Nicrocraft™ is pleased to announce their return as exhibitors to EAA AirVenture Oshkosh from July 26 to August 1, 2021, booth #1007.

Nicrocraft™ will be showcasing FAA-PMA approved exhaust components parts for Piper®, Cessna®, Cirrus®, Beechcraft®, and other aircraft.   

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Here are 8 tips for bringing your aircraft out of winter storage so you can enjoy smooth, successful flying all spring and summer long.

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Here’s a breakdown of what to look for to ensure you find the right aircraft exhaust parts to keep your flight school flying smoothly day in and day out.

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Here is a breakdown of what an Airworthiness Directive is and why they’re so important to keeping your aircraft in the air.

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Corrosion is a common yet costly issue for aircraft parts and components – and one that can cause major frustrations, safety risks, and expenses if not prepared against. Here is a breakdown of several different types of corrosion and some steps you can take to better identify and protect your aircraft against them.

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Regular maintenance and inspection of your aircraft are critical to ensuring safe flight, each and every time you leave the runway. This is especially true for the aircraft exhaust system, which operates within a highly corrosive and high-temperature environment, making it more susceptible to cracking, warping, and other forms of wear. Here are some aircraft exhaust inspection and maintenance tips to help ensure your airplane is in peak working condition every time you take to the skies.

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Despite the snow, ice, and frigid temperatures, winter is one of the best times of the year to fly your aircraft. The cold temperatures do present new risks, but that doesn’t mean you should feel you have to put your aircraft into hibernation until spring. Here are some tips to achieve safe flight for your aircraft during the winter months.

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Within an aircraft exhaust system, the muffler is most notably known for reducing engine noise and providing heat for the cabin. But if the muffler contains cracks or holes, it could lead to a potentially deadly situation. Here's what to be aware of as it pertains to cracks and holes in your aircraft's muffler.

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Look back on a 1970s study comparing a Nicrocraft Cessna 172 Skyhawk muffler with an OEM replacement part to see which is more durable and high-performing – and why it still matters today.

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