Anyone Used 24mm on Rocktarium VK-7?

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  1. Feb 9, 2020 #1

    DWonders

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    Just picked up this kit from erockets and it looks awesome. I'm considering converting it to single 24mm vs the twin 18mm cluster it comes kitted with. Has anyone else built and flown this kit on a 24mm?
     
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    I don't see why that particular rocket was chosen for a twin cluster. But since I like the rocket and wanted experience with clustering, I got it and just built it according to the instructions.

    If you do make a 24 mm version, show pics! And maybe a parts list.
     
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    That's a great idea. Thanks Funkworks.
     
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    I have both the 18mm x 2 and a 24mm I made. It flies well on both setups. The 18x2 is a hoot on the Aero D13-7, fast , get out of town. The D24-7, it just snaps your neck. So, most of the time I stick to the D13's. I have flown the new Quest D, as I bought a 24 pack. But I am a reloadable guy so the Aero is my go to. The 24MM one, F39 is your guy. The E-28 is also in the mix if you are short on room. Build both, alittle pricey, but the fun factor makes it worth the cash! BTW The 2x18 flies great on 2 x C6-7. My 2 grandsons love this setup.
     
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