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    CTI Pro24

    http://www.pro38.com/products/pro24/pro24.php

    Looks like CTI will now be adding 24mm motors to their lineup very shortly. I'd say they'll offer D-G sizes.

    I'd love a Pro24 Skid!!!

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    Where will it end? I'm holding out for Pro13's and Pro6's.

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    Very good news indeed ,although I heard they were going to..."maybe" eventually awhile back ,this will be great for my Launch pad kits.

    Bring `em on !!

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    Cool. Nothing whatsoever against Aerotech, but competition in the marketplace is great for the consumer. That be us.

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    Great News

    Great News!!!!! I am going to be their best customer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cwbullet View Post
    Great News!!!!! I am going to be their best customer.

    Yeah I think you are going to have to fight for that spot. the line is long and distinguished!

    I am watching for the thread "I flew the first CTI 24mm"


    These should be nice I have 3 AT24mm cases and I never use them, they are just to much hassle. I don't like spending 20 mins trying to prep a Low power flight, all those tiny parts, grease, ejection charges.. its a pain in the butt.

    CTI24mm means I should be flying a lot more of my Low power fleet!
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    WOW!

    This is great news for rocketry, especially if you can use the "dial your own delay" tool for the motor.

    Can I say it again, WOW!


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    Will the Pro24 motors be California classified?

    I'm still waiting to hear if the Pro29 motors have been approved by the California State Fire Marshals office.
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    The rumor is H and I reloads, but nothing is confirmed. Here is a teaser hint provided by Jeroen: http://www.rocketryplanet.com/forums...2&postcount=15
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    Quote Originally Posted by Initiator001 View Post
    Will the Pro24 motors be California classified?

    I'm still waiting to hear if the Pro29 motors have been approved by the California State Fire Marshals office.

    I am sure they will be it all has to do with the propellant they are made of! and I believe that all the CTI propellant is Cali approved.
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    it also has to do with size.

    I cant wait! they'll be more expensive than Aerowrecks but at least I dont have to worry about crashing or torching any of my rockets anymore. Once these become available and I use up my Aerowreck stash, im going sell my cases
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    As was riginally Posted by Jeroen_at_CTI on RP
    Just a hint for now: please stop gluing motor blocks in your 24 mm rockets
    ;-).
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    I have been saying that since we started the bidness.
    Someday, I said, you will want to fly longer motors in those kits.
    But noooooooooooooo, almost everyone wants to defile their motor mount with these little buggers.

    Don't say I didn't warn ya'!

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    Quote Originally Posted by n3tjm View Post
    it also has to do with size.

    I cant wait! they'll be more expensive than Aerowrecks but at least I dont have to worry about crashing or torching any of my rockets anymore. Once these become available and I use up my Aerowreck stash, im going sell my cases
    Let me know, if the price is right I'd be interested.



    What's with the support@pro38.com link on the CTI site?
    If you click on it, you get a page not found and when I sent an email, it got kicked back as undeliverable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Handeman View Post
    Let me know, if the price is right I'd be interested.



    What's with the support@pro38.com link on the CTI site?
    If you click on it, you get a page not found and when I sent an email, it got kicked back as undeliverable.
    you need an AT 24mm case? I have three that I never use.... But ask yourself "Why?" first.. then save your money for quality..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pem Tech View Post
    As was riginally Posted by Jeroen_at_CTI on RP
    Just a hint for now: please stop gluing motor blocks in your 24 mm rockets
    ;-).
    Jeroen



    I have been saying that since we started the bidness.
    Someday, I said, you will want to fly longer motors in those kits.
    But noooooooooooooo, almost everyone wants to defile their motor mount with these little buggers.

    Don't say I didn't warn ya'!

    :P
    Hmmmmm...I now know what you mean.Gawd ,I`m such an idiot !

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    Quote Originally Posted by stickershock23 View Post
    you need an AT 24mm case? I have three that I never use.... But ask yourself "Why?" first.. then save your money for quality..
    How much are you asking?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnnie View Post
    The rumor is H and I reloads, but nothing is confirmed. Here is a teaser hint provided by Jeroen: http://www.rocketryplanet.com/forums...2&postcount=15
    Great! IOW, nothing more for us non-HP certified fliers. But hey, we should be grateful for the 5 or 6 reloads (out of 200+) that they make that don't require certification to purchase. Maybe we'll finally get a few more bones tossed our way when they come out with the Pro13s and Pro6s. After all, we are only 3/4's (or more) of the hobby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkII View Post
    Where will it end? I'm holding out for Pro13's and Pro6's.

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    Is that a Pro Micro Maxx?? (grins)

    Good luck on that...

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    PS... I dunno... a 6mm "G" could be fun... LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by luke strawwalker View Post
    Is that a Pro Micro Maxx?? (grins)

    Good luck on that...

    OL JR

    PS... I dunno... a 6mm "G" could be fun... LOL
    Yup, a reloadable composite propellant Micromaxx motor! Why not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke strawwalker View Post
    PS... I dunno... a 6mm "G" could be fun... LOL


    Got my Vote!
    A 6mm G sparkly would look great flying in my backyard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnnie View Post
    The rumor is H and I reloads, but nothing is confirmed. Here is a teaser hint provided by Jeroen: http://www.rocketryplanet.com/forums...2&postcount=15
    Maybe a baby H would be doable. An I would have to be like 18" or more in length.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnnie View Post
    The rumor is H and I reloads, but nothing is confirmed. Here is a teaser hint provided by Jeroen: http://www.rocketryplanet.com/forums...2&postcount=15
    I think 24mm H & I motors would have a very limited market.
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    Using H & I impulse motors in most 24mm. rocket kits on the market today would be equivalent to using C & D impulse motors in mini powered rockets
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    Oh their is a market for them, a very small one. they would make some great min diam record breakers.. but I think on a whole. they should go up to a "F" motor, and maybe one or two small "G's" just for fun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Initiator001 View Post
    I think 24mm H & I motors would have a very limited market.
    I also think that 24mm H and I motors would result in a bunch of shredded rockets and several lost 24mm motor cases.

    Although I'm sure flying an upscaled BT-50 sized Estes Wizard on an I motor would be a blast, literally.
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    I don't see much use for 24mm motors bigger than a mid G (like the coming AT 24/120 case). 24mm rockets aren't build for H and I power.

    That said, 24mm rocket to Mach 1.8? Way cool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stickershock23 View Post
    Oh their is a market for them, a very small one. they would make some great min diam record breakers.. but I think on a whole. they should go up to a "F" motor, and maybe one or two small "G's" just for fun.
    I'd love to see a full G in 24mm, especially if it's a long burn motor. The Ellis g-37 was a very cool motor, though it wasn't a full G. It's very doable to have a safe, Mach-busting 24mm rocket with dual-deployment and a radio tracker.

    11kft on a long-burning full G is probably possible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The EGE View Post
    I don't see much use for 24mm motors bigger than a mid G (like the coming AT 24/120 case). 24mm rockets aren't build for H and I power.

    That said, 24mm rocket to Mach 1.8? Way cool.

    I agree kits arent built for big 24mm "G's" but if they were available I but there would be people building some.
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    Im sure a LOC Starburst can take on two G's and H's :P
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    Kits were built for 24mm Gs... like the Machbuster.


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