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You pretty much answered your own question. Use a parachute.
excellent paint job!
I always liked the Patriot rocket.
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JR hits the nail on the head again! Absolutely couldn't agree with you more. All those hobbies you listed rack up the dollars especially classic...
good luck and lets get that bird back in one piece!:)
Soda cans should work.
and lets us not forget the 6" heals! LOL:)
Nice job! It looks great!!
so my thought process was correct.
I'm building a clustered rocket CHAD with 6 engines...I need to protect the airframe from the heat of the motors
metal is a conductor of electricity not heat
ok I just need to line a portion of my BT-80 airframe with foil tube.
Maybe home depot might have something like that?
Let me explain. I need the BT-80 airframe lined with a piece of aluminum. The engines will be back about 3" from the end of the airframe.
Has anyone tried lining an airframe with aluminum. One of my scratch builds I'm thinking about building has the motors set back in the airframe...
Well said and congrats on your successful launches! AWESOME!:D
Building and collecting rockets wasn't the problem I had...it was collecting those bright orange road cones and clown shoes that just pissed her off!
Unless you plan on keeping your bird caged up and not flying it I wouldn't sweat it. After a flew flights it'll get some flight damage.
LOL Too funny!!! :D:D:D
OK guys these have been sold...
(3) are available
I've used these chutes before and they work excellent!
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