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scottluther1369

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I am looking for a Aerotech 24mm RMS and the smallest reloads I can get for it. I think that would be D9-4W (3 Pack), E adapter, F Spacer

Do I need the MRS Aft closure wrench, Motor Hook?
Email me what you've got or the cheapest web site to find these items if you would!
Thank you very much!!!!
--Scott
 

jetra2

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You can get the 24/40 case at Commonwealth.net for only $42.70, but it doesn't look like the D9-4 is available from them. Your next best choice would be the E18, which TOTALLY ROCKS in an Estes Executioner or Super Big Bertha, as demonstrated in this picture.

Jason
 

Larry

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Originally posted by jetra2
Your next best choice would be the E18, which TOTALLY ROCKS in an Estes Executioner or Super Big Bertha, as demonstrated in this picture.

Jason [/B]
Jason,
That's cool. What delay did you use for the Executioner using the E18. The F24-4 works great too:)
Larry
 

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I used E18-7's because that's all I had. I had the rocket designed with zipperless recovery, so I had nothing to worry about.

Jason
 

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Jason,
Would you say the 7 sec. delay is a bit to long?
 

jetra2

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A bit! HA! :p

Yes, it's quite long! It easily drops 100-200 feet before the chute opens. Just a bit scary.

Jason
 

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Still looking for a Aerotech 24/40 RMS? Also have a couple of Aerotech D, E and F RMS reloads. The F24 and F39 reload is awesome in a slightly modified Estes Phoniex model. Thanks. Steve
 

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