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rocketman

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in terms of perfomance i mean? how high would you estimate it could go?
 

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or a beefed up Richter Recker. Name seems sort of familiar...
 

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Can I recommend you consider purchasing a similar rocket from either www.rocketstore.co.uk or www.rocketsandthings.com? You'll end up with a known kit (which you can actually see a *picture* of before you buy), are far more likely to receive good service and will be buying from a vendor who actually supports rocketry in the UK instead of detracting from it. The page for that kit hasn't been updated in quite a while too, as it still recommends motors which have since become illegal in the UK (E9s), so I wouldn't be at all surprised if that price is out of date as well.

The kit sounds very much like a modified Fliskits Richter Recker, which will do about 600ft on D12s, up to ~1800ft on aerotech E15s. The Richter Recker is also even bigger. ;)


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Phil
 

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or a beefed up Richter Recker. Name seems sort of familiar...
I had to laugh... what it is with the lack of imagination in kit styles and names lately.... LOL

Yeah, check out the Richter Recker

It IS as good as it sounds (even better :) )

jim
 

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Also, Eddie Murphy is not in MiB That's Will Smith...am I the only one that caught that?
 
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