Ok, you guys have been talking about more recently manufactured motors, but what about Estes and Flight Systems motors that are 40 years old, and made it from Houston to non-climate controlled buildings here in northern Colorado. I have maybe 50 Estes A's, B's, and C's, and a number of FSI D's, E's, and a few F-100's. I also have a couple of the old Centuri Enerjets. Should I just put them in a display case or do you think they would be safe to fly on a research day?
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L2 - TRA 12630
Old NAR - 12554