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  1. T

    "Deja Vu" - L2100X Submin to Mach 3.6 below 2500' AGL - Apogee at 21,000ft.

    You already know what time it is. Rabble rouser tsbooska is back at it again with more memes and dreams that have turned into a reality. This one started with @Zertyme from his thread "Gas Gas Gas" - a K17-1800X submin to M3.3ish. I decided to build a version 2 of that rocket, as Julien...
  2. T

    Hello Darling - An L1000 Submin to Mach 3 and 30,000ft.

    This thread is for putting information on this rocket out there into the TRF community. I have been documenting this thing in the r/rocketry community for the past 4 months or so, and I figured I'd make a thread here as well to share information and ideas. First off, a snapshot of the rocket...
  3. GAP

    Leave No Doubt: An M2020 to Mach 3 (ish)

    Well it has been a little over a month since I launched this thing and getting all the data with all the difficulties I have had has taken forever. But now that I finally have analyzed the data I thought I'd write up a little post detailing the flight: On July 29th 2023 at approximately 3pm...
  4. LandonC

    Min-Diameter Launch Lug Options

    For some context, I'm building a 98mm min-diameter carbon fiber rocket that's outlined in my build thread. I'm not 100% what launch lug options are available for these types of rockets. I've seen people build their own launch towers that don't require launch lugs for smaller-sized rockets...