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- Oct 3, 2016
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You load the heaviest recommended motor. They give you a CG location. You add nose weight until the rocket balances at that location.Boyce must have test flew this model. How much nose weight is needed?
Don't know the dimensions of the LOC tube but even if the IDs are the same (and I don't know if they are) the LOC tube is thicker.I haven't contacted Boyce yet, but... do you think I could use a LOC 3.9 tube instead of the BT101?
Believe it or not, it was USPS Priority Mail.Who gets mail on a Sunday? Or a Saturday? *
I guess it was a courier delivery (or UPS).
Well, that was simple. Where are you when I need to make other important decisions?
Yeah, I ordered the 21.4" tube from erockets.Looks like a nifty kit (Pershing 1A is always an interesting subject) but I have to say that the instruction to cut a tube to 21.467" is quite ridiculous.