Discussion in 'Vendor Display' started by Landru, Nov 14, 2017.
I would recommend using them again when you build larger rockets.
Great Shots! Thanks for sharing!
Definitely still working out the kinks on the very high power birds!
No problems guiding the rockets perfectly, but I'm always working on beefing the guides up for better longevity.
This is Scott Yow's custom carbon 3" rocket on an IMAX M2245 (95% full M) which flew to M2.9 and 44,303ft straight as an arrow.
The rocket also used a 98mm Smart sled to mount GPS and two Stratologgers as well as the fly away guide.
For my level 3, it might have added a few feet, but then again, I did not want it to go higher. Thanks for the great products.
Stick a J1000 or K1127 in it and see how it works. Likely a better test
Thank you Allen Hall and Blaine Seabolt for this awesome GIF of a 38mm guide in action!
The first winner for Onboard video of the fly away rail guide goes to Will Rouse!
Thank you for a great video!
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