I have a copy / pdf of the Star Trooper instructions showing rear ejection with a streamer and was wondering if it is possible to do something similar in say a Quark or 220 Swift? I would like to put a streamer on a couple of these so they will be easier to find / track during recovery.
I had thought of using some Kevlar thread, crimped onto a small split shot lead sinker, then drop that into the nose cone with a little epoxy to hold it in place. I have some 1/4" and 1/2" teflon plumbers tape to cut a small streamer, but am not sure how to attach it to the motor to get it to deploy when the motor ejects.
Any input or advise is greatly appreciated. I know these are cheap and easy to build, so losing one or eight isn't a huge deal, but my 4 year old was pretty sad when his baby rocket "didn't come back"