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  1. #1381
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    UPDATED RMS HARDWARE/RELOAD KIT MATRIX

    A Friday well spent!

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    A jpeg isn't the best format for this so I have uploaded a PDF version here:

    http://www.aerotech-rocketry.com/upl...ix%20Sheet.pdf

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    Last edited by ATGM; 21st November 2016 at 04:57 PM. Reason: Corrected Errors
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    Quote Originally Posted by ATGM View Post
    A Friday well spent!

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    YES !!!! Thank you!!

    Wishes do come true!!


    -Bill Riley

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    A good rule for rocket experimenters to follow is this: always assume that it will explode.
    Astronautics, issue 38, October 1937.


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    Shouldn't that be "Metalstorm & Dark Matter"?

    In any case, can't wait for those 29/40-120's to flip from TBD!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhbarr View Post
    In any case, can't wait for those 29/40-120's to flip from TBD!
    Same here.. my rockets have been asking for a red in a 29/40-120 case for a long time.
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    I saw a blackjack load for the 54/2800 and was wondering when that happened?! Then I realized it was actually a 38mm load in the wrong box...

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    Quote Originally Posted by djs View Post
    Same here.. my rockets have been asking for a red in a 29/40-120 case for a long time.
    How many do you want? I have at least 5 G71 Redlines.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimzcatz View Post
    How many do you want? I have at least 5 G71 Redlines.


    Have you flown any of them lately? I have 3 of them, was wondering if the delays are working properly or not. I'm planning on ordering fresh delay grains for mine.
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    Goody Goody - 24/60 Sparky and SUPER Thunder !

    Wow, the elves have been busy at Aerotech World HQ for us Class 1 enthusiasts !

    Won't kick the 29/40-120 Sparky and REDLINE out of my rangebox for eating quackers either ..

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  9. #1389
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    AT,

    Thank you for the chart!

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    Great chart! It did make me realize how few Mojave Green reloads there are, though. I can think of a few cases (38/1320, 38/1080, and 29/360) that could really use some green.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eggplant View Post
    Great chart! It did make me realize how few Mojave Green reloads there are, though. I can think of a few cases (38/1320, 38/1080, and 29/360) that could really use some green.
    I had asked about that over a year ago. I cannot remember if it was Gary or Karl who answered, but basically the Mojave Green does not lend itself well to the longer length cases. I would love to see more of it- it is my favorite propellant, but not if it becomes too edgy.
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    Great chart, Charlie!

    I'm really looking forward to seeing all those TBD's turn into motors (especially in the <=38mm range)

    Thanks for the info!

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    I cannot for the life of me read any of the warp 9 motors on that image. And I have good eyes.

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    I had to download it and blow it way up, then to read it I highlighted it with the curser. Yellow is a bad color to use for type. I wish they just used black for print. Would save alot of eye strain.
    Steve

    And Warp 9 is my favorite propellant! Love the H999!
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    This version is better, maybe someone can change the colors to black.
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    AT RMS Matrix-black-white.pdf
    Black and white text now.
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    K2050ST

    Flew a K2050ST over the weekend. It was a crowd pleaser. The 12.5 lb Madcow Level-2 rocket went from 0 to Mach 0.71 in 0.7 seconds. Peak acceleration close to 40 G's.

    Chris took a very nice underexposed shot as it snapped off the pad:

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    Look at that velocity slope:
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    Quote Originally Posted by terryg View Post
    This version is better, maybe someone can change the colors to black.
    Sweet! thanks for that!! makes choosing & buying a lot easier!!
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  19. #1399
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    Quote Originally Posted by Len B View Post
    AT RMS Matrix-black-white.pdf
    Black and white text now.

    My eyes thank you!!
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    Max altitude 10411 on an Aerotech L1090

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    I would love to have the black and white but for some reason your Attachment does not show as valid to me. I got the AT chart and can see other images on this thread just not yours. Please try again, can you load it as a PDF?

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    I took the one that terryg uploaded and just converted it to black on white and white on black. I saved it as a pdf. Both of those were pdf's. I can upload it again but I expect the same result.
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    A PDF version is available on Aerotech's website:

    http://www.aerotech-rocketry.com/upl...ix%20Sheet.pdf

    -Bill Riley

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    A good rule for rocket experimenters to follow is this: always assume that it will explode.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lowpuller View Post
    I would love to have the black and white but for some reason your Attachment does not show as valid to me. I got the AT chart and can see other images on this thread just not yours. Please try again, can you load it as a PDF?
    I cant get it with my phone but it comes up fine on my laptop.
    Level 1. Fiberglass scratch built on an Aero Tech H123
    Level 2. Fiberglass scratch built 4 inch diameter 8 lb rocket on an Aerotech J540r at Midwest Power
    Mile high. Level 2 rocket on an Aero Tech k695 to 7334 feet at CIA launch Monticello Il.
    Max altitude 10411 on an Aerotech L1090

  24. #1404
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    Hoooo boy that 24/60 suddenly went from 'why bother' to "buy that case now!"

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    Just picked up an extra 24/60 case in the Wildman sale. I still have several F35's that fly great in my Tomahawk, can't wait for the new reloads!
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    Looking forward to feeding my 40-120 cases some new treats!
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    I picked up another K805 ( great motor), and a K2050. Both will go nicely in my Extreme Wildman.

    Also picked up an I115 for a lightweight phenolic minimum d bird I am finishing up.
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    Hi Charlie....This is a bump to my CATO of a J250W motor at Midwest Power. I haven't heard from Karl yet? If I need to be patient< just let me know. Thanks Greg Olson

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    A bit of a wild dream, but an RC glider load for the new 24-60 case would be awesome, if the plugged closure for the 24mm case comes along.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by kevinkal View Post
    Flew a K2050ST over the weekend. It was a crowd pleaser. The 12.5 lb Madcow Level-2 rocket went from 0 to Mach 0.71 in 0.7 seconds. Peak acceleration close to 40 G's.
    Did you on-board video of said flight?

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