- Mar 15, 2004
- Reaction score
Am I right in remembering that delays on composite motors are calculated from start-up time, and not burn out time, as is the case with BP motors?
Indeed. In my experience, the delay times of Pro38s (and I've used my share of them) don't seem to fluxuate by more than half a second. They're about as accurate as any motor on the market. While slightly pricier than comparable AeroTechs (at least for the 1-, 2-, & 3-grain reloads), you do gain ease of prepping, cleanup, & accuracy of delay times. It's worth the extra expense to me.Originally posted by North Star
CTi motors have the more complex (accurate?) timing system with the boring tool and the bit of arithmetic.