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    Special

    I have a sale item listed, and will be adding more over the next few days. They will be listed in the November Sale category, and as usual are on stock items only. To start it out is a L3 Cert package deal. More to follow...so keep checking and refreshing
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    I just Made the sale better. The bruiser EXP-3 from Loc precision has been added and will make a great L3 kit. Go check it out under the Nov Sale section.

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    Ohhh. A sale on Loki! That never happens. I'm watching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tbonerocketeer View Post
    I have a sale item listed, and will be adding more over the next few days. They will be listed in the November Sale category, and as usual are on stock items only. To start it out is a L3 Cert package deal. More to follow...so keep checking and refreshing
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    Don't tempt me like this....
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeyDSlagle View Post
    Ohhh. A sale on Loki! That never happens. I'm watching.
    Quote Originally Posted by blackbrandt View Post
    Don't tempt me like this....
    Holy flashback, batman! I did my L3 in college when AMW offered a "Buy x reloads and get the hardware free" deal on 75-6000 loads and hardware.

    Well before the days of Black weekend sales, as Mike said above, A sale on *AMW's*, that never happens!

    De Ja Vu. Go Get 'em, Matt!
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    How about a 54mm L3 combo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kclo4 View Post
    How about a 54mm L3 combo?
    Hmm...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ECayemberg View Post
    Holy flashback, batman! I did my L3 in college when AMW offered a "Buy x reloads and get the hardware free" deal on 75-6000 loads and hardware.

    Well before the days of Black weekend sales, as Mike said above, A sale on *AMW's*, that never happens!

    De Ja Vu. Go Get 'em, Matt!
    I mean I'm working on the logistics of getting my L3 rocket down to UAH so I can redo it in the spring....
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    Quote Originally Posted by kclo4 View Post
    How about a 54mm L3 combo?
    Quote Originally Posted by tbonerocketeer View Post
    Hmm...

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    That gives me the shakes.
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    Man, this deal is very tempting! I have the perfect rocket for one of these motors just waiting to be built... But I wasn't planning on that being my L3!

    So, do I buy this combo and use the LOC 5.5 Sandhawk for my L3?

    hmmmmm...
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    Quote Originally Posted by kclo4 View Post
    How about a 54mm L3 combo?
    +1.
    I will actually buy that !

    76/6000 is a lovely motor, but it only burns M-motors.
    And those of us poor souls who fly in north-east, would have to travel out of state each and every time we wanted to burn one of those...
    ;-(

    Now 54/4000 paired with 54/1200 == that could do some quick damage to my wallet !!!


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    The 54/4000 is really a specialty motor, has a high labor and is worth the asking price. The 54/1200 doesn't share any components with it either,so it wouldn't be a bundle there either. The 76/6000 bundle is a killer deal, plus I've seen way bigger flown in the Northeast. The 54/4000 and a 76/6000 don't have that much difference, especially if you pick the M1200 Spitfire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cl(VII) View Post
    That gives me the shakes.
    I gotta a Stretched Wildman rocket that could take that Loki M.

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    it on a Loki L1400 on a single MAWD and BeelineGPS 70cm. Got 10k and Mach 1 out of it. Flew arrow straight.

    I have a new nosecone to modify for a tracker nose and now actually have enough room in that capricious ebay to
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    Quote Originally Posted by tbonerocketeer View Post
    The 54/4000 is really a specialty motor, has a high labor and is worth the asking price. The 54/1200 doesn't share any components with it either,so it wouldn't be a bundle there either. The 76/6000 bundle is a killer deal, plus I've seen way bigger flown in the Northeast. The 54/4000 and a 76/6000 don't have that much difference, especially if you pick the M1200 Spitfire.

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    +++++ on the high labor part. The phenolic nozzle is a nice piece o' work and I suspect the erosive properties of phenolic is integral to the success of the motor.

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    That 76/6000 with a load is a killer deal, everyone who's on the edge about it should get it quick before others do!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by claytonbirchenough View Post
    That 76/6000 with a load is a killer deal, everyone who's on the edge about it should get it quick before others do!!!
    You need one to complement your 8000 case haha.
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    Quote Originally Posted by timbucktoo View Post
    You need one to complement your 8000 case haha.
    That's a negative hahaha.
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    So that's a negative on the 54mm L3 combo? The 76/6000 case won't fit in the rocket I am planning. Haha.


    Quote Originally Posted by tbonerocketeer View Post
    The 54/4000 is really a specialty motor, has a high labor and is worth the asking price. The 54/1200 doesn't share any components with it either,so it wouldn't be a bundle there either. The 76/6000 bundle is a killer deal, plus I've seen way bigger flown in the Northeast. The 54/4000 and a 76/6000 don't have that much difference, especially if you pick the M1200 Spitfire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kclo4 View Post
    So that's a negative on the 54mm L3 combo? The 76/6000 case won't fit in the rocket I am planning. Haha.
    Yeah, I think the current price is very fair, and it's a high demand motor as is. They take time to get replacements due to the high labor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tbonerocketeer View Post
    The 76/6000 bundle is a killer deal,
    Chris,

    Agree, the deal is attractive, if I could only find use for the 76/6000 motor in NY/NJ/CT area beyond a 3+ hour road trip for a the cert flight out of state.
    Is any 76/6000 hardware reusable with other 76/xxxx motors?

    Smoke bulkhead? Nozzle?


    Quote Originally Posted by tbonerocketeer View Post
    plus I've seen way bigger flown in the Northeast. The 54/4000 and a 76/6000 don't have that much difference, especially if you pick the M1200 Spitfire.
    ME? MD? VA? upstate-NY? - sure.

    NY/NJ/CT - any rocket I sim on an M-motor (54 or 76) goes up north of 8+K feet, while our local FAA waivers are in 4.5-5K range.
    On the lighter 4-inchers, I'm simming north of 18K waivers for all fields and clubs I am aware of in the NorthEast.

    Thus, I'm thinking AT DMS for the M-motor, and 54mm "everyday" motors for fun, to enjoy the show at heights below 5K waivers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by afadeev View Post
    Chris,

    Agree, the deal is attractive, if I could only find use for the 76/6000 motor in NY/NJ/CT area beyond a 3+ hour road trip for a the cert flight out of state.
    Is any 76/6000 hardware reusable with other 76/xxxx motors?

    Smoke bulkhead? Nozzle?




    ME? MD? VA? upstate-NY? - sure.

    NY/NJ/CT - any rocket I sim on an M-motor (54 or 76) goes up north of 8+K feet, while our local FAA waivers are in 4.5-5K range.
    On the lighter 4-inchers, I'm simming north of 18K waivers for all fields and clubs I am aware of in the NorthEast.

    Thus, I'm thinking AT DMS for the M-motor, and 54mm "everyday" motors for fun, to enjoy the show at heights below 5K waivers.

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    My L3 rocket was 7.5" diameter, went 3700ft on the M1882.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Creeps View Post
    Cato



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    Sorry. Just loaded the Rocketry Forum app on my phone. Still getting used to it. I was trying to do a search for 'THE CATO TO END ALL CATOS.' Apparently, I entered 'cato' on the thread line instead of search line.

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    I just Made the sale better. The bruiser EXP-3 from Loc precision has been added and will make a great L3 kit. Go check it out under the Nov Sale section.
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    Quote Originally Posted by afadeev View Post
    76/6000 is a lovely motor, but it only burns M-motors.
    And those of us poor souls who fly in north-east, would have to travel out of state each and every time we wanted to burn one of those...

    Now 54/4000 paired with 54/1200 == that could do some quick damage to my wallet !!!

    Umm... .a 76/6000 is flyable in several places in the NE. A 54/4000 is a waste in anything but an MD, and flyable no where near here....and bundled with a 1200? huh? So confused.


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    A quick question...

    This deal is for 76mm hardware. What is the compatibility like with Aerotech 75mm hardware? I know it is obviously only 1mm larger, but does that mean it can be a tight fit in some of the 75mm motor mount tubes?

    David

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave47 View Post
    A quick question...

    This deal is for 76mm hardware. What is the compatibility like with Aerotech 75mm hardware? I know it is obviously only 1mm larger, but does that mean it can be a tight fit in some of the 75mm motor mount tubes?

    David
    Loki 76 and AT 75 are the same. It's actually about 75.6mm IIRC so it's just different rounding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LithosphereRocketry View Post
    Loki 76 and AT 75 are the same. It's actually about 75.6mm IIRC so it's just different rounding.

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    Thanks. That's what I needed to know. Makes sense, too.

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    So as you add to the sale can I add to my order?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdAstraPerAspera View Post
    So as you add to the sale can I add to my order?
    Sure, though I think I have finished adding at this point. That was mostly meant for that night when I was adding products after activating the 76/6000 special. The only thing new now was the Loc Bruiser EXP-3...at a killer price.

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