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Here is the build of one of my kits called Arctic Wolf. The picture below shows the parts in this kit. This kit has everything you need except for glue, motor retainer and a person to build it. This kit is for those that have some experience building rockets. The instructions for this kit are on the CD and are in pdf format.

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Pictures below show marking the body tube for the fin slot and the slots cut out. Also shows the 29mm motor tube marked for the centering rings and also for the kevlar recovery harness anchor.

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Pictures below show groove cut in the front centering ring to go over the kevlar. Also shows motor tube assembled and installed into the body tube. There is also one showing the forward fins installed and ready for the rear fins.

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The pictures below show installing the rear fins, installing the fin supports and filling the gap between the fins.

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The pictures below shows the launch lug installed, eyebolt installed in the nose cone and the recovery system installed. The only change I have done to mine is that I installed railbuttons instead of the launch lug.

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The picture below is how the paint will look as soon as the weather gets warm enough to do some painting since my spray booth is the great outdoors.

I have flown my prototype on everything from a F40 up to a H180W (used streamer recovery for the H). This is a great mid power flyer but can also be flown on those hi power motors.

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