2 stage build.

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    John Taylor

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    Just completed very bad to the bone high flying 2 stage build!!!! 20200127_204549.jpeg
     
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    What motors/delays if any? Flight pics please.
     
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    Just finished it uses A19T tiny motors, however it sims out to 45,000mm altitude!!!
     
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    Altitude in mm is fantastic!
     
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    Dang auto correct. Uses A10-0T and an A10-3T for the sustainer!!!
     
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    As in honestly being able to state; I've flown 'er to 45,000.. Love it
     
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    I'll try to get flight pics if the range ever drys out. Or might just try the HS parking lot.
     
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    I remember the LCO announcement for a guys rocket one time "his rocket weighs an AStounding 4 thousand 5 hundred twenty 7....grams"
     
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    I got one of those. What a joy to fly. Two stage demonstration, yet very small field friendly.
     
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    Darn, and I was hoping Estes had come out with an A19 mini-motor!

    Wishing you two straight trails! You’re already guaranteed a short walk.
     
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    A19 mini motor = firecracker.
     
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