Can anybody ID this motor?

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tynerj

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It doesn't have any markings on it except for the hand written label shown. The casing is plastic and it has a professional looking nozzle. D = 24 mm, L = 70 mm. TIA.
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I have some E6-4 and E6-8 motors also that look the same (also from 1984), I was thinking they might be Aerotech, but I wasn't sure if the company existed that early.
 

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That's an AeroTech E10-8 motor made February 1984.

E10 motors were moonburners.
I flew several of them in the mid-1980s.

BTW, that's Gary Rosenfield's handwriting on the ejection cap.
 

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I was fortunate to get one and fly it after they were discontinued, very nice motor. It's not an effects motor, it's all business. .
 

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Very jealous! Straight smoke and good chutes!
 
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