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laseradam

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Finished the Vector-V. Paint is red, silver, and blue metalic covered directly with future.
 

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Close-up of the fins. The silver turned out very good.
 

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Very nice! I wanna clone one of these to join my other Centuri clones... May I ask where you got the parts?
 

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Just use an Estes Viking. It has everything you need except for the scrap of BT-55 and the 2055 centering rings. You'll need a transition also, but that isn't that difficult. (Or so I'm told.)
 

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What Bill said. I posted a "conversion" sheet over at the Yahoo Old Rockets group:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/OldRockets?yguid=9744027

If you are not a member, simply join and go into the files section. The conversion tells what you need in addition to the Viking kit, as well as giving the template for the transition.

Good luck on your Vector-V!

Greg
 

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Originally posted by gpoehlein
What Bill said. I posted a "conversion" sheet over at the Yahoo Old Rockets group:

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/OldRockets?yguid=9744027

If you are not a member, simply join and go into the files section. The conversion tells what you need in addition to the Viking kit, as well as giving the template for the transition.

Good luck on your Vector-V!

Greg
What Greg said, because his plan was what I used. (That's why I had no trouble with the template.) :D
 
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