I had 3 flights over the weekend at URRF 6. One clustered, plus two single motor flights.
...... R-Motor ................. 163840.0 Ns
Yup, Go Devil. I bought the 54 mm and the 98 mm the week prior..
I have 2, that I haven't used is years. An Adept PST 611 and PST 941. 611 takes 3 or 4 AAA batteries and the 941 takes a 9 volt.
I flew once last month at MDRA ESL 246b.
A 54 mm x 3 gain EX Purple motor in a 4" Formula 98 mm. Altitude is unknown as the battery fell out upon...
A vacuum chamber won't trigger the acceolerometer.
If yo can find a 38 mm AMW bulkhead, you maybe able to increase that.
When all else fails; you could use a multi-meter on bare tubing. I believe real CF is conductive.
Was cold weather a factor?
The Description says composite.... Mine is.
I wrap the 2 ml canisters in tape to ensure I get a good pop. I use 2 grams ( FFFF) for apogee, most my rockets are 3" to 5" in Dia.
What size motor mounts? I don't see any info on the page...
They are there:
These would be counterfeit cases:
I think the 1/4" tubular Kevlar is a little on the small side. I usually use 9/16" TN or 3/8 tubular Kevlar for this sized rocket.
Seamless T 6061?
I like to coat the surface with epoxy first. Next lay down the cloth then apply the top coat of epoxy.
Another trick is to use 777 spray adhesive...
I didn't realize it at the time but; I bought an Aero Pac retainer from him on E-bay. He still has a bunch for sale.
Insufficient heat transfer...... Otherwise known as a chuff.
Place tape across the nozzle helps to build up pressure to ensure ignition.
Wow, was I surprised!
I received an e-mail from Ken today and went out to get the mail the kit was sitting there waiting for me.
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