Probably, but only barely. If you have it I would go to an F15-4.Has anyone tried this combo? Is this enough motor?
For perspective, Estes doesn't recommend the F15, and you know they would love to sell you those motors. I saw a reference elsewhere that an E15 sims to 250 ft at 30 ft/sec off the rod. I wouldn't try it.
Interesting. That all happened while I was in Rocketry exile, somehow I assumed it was all introduced together. Thank you for the correction.Estes did not recommend it simply because the F15 motor did not exist when the kit was created and the instructions were written and printed.
Still seems dicey.The F15-4 is fine with ZERO wind and a 6 foot long 1/4" diameter steel launch rod. Or use a rail.
Just put the G40 and your chute release in it Bill :wink:
Better make sure it's built very light to get passable flights on the BP 29s.
Though I shouldn't even weigh in here since mine weighs ~21oz with some 'aftermarket' construction.
Are you even trying? G118........annnnnnnd its gone! Half mile, M.7, some dual event required, tracker recommended lol
I made one from a few scrap CRs and some scrap BT50. It is open at the front end so I can put long motors in it- probably not going to, but you never know. The other advantage is you can have a built in thrust ring- I doubled up 5055 cardstock centering rings.+1 Also need a 24/29mm adapter. The Estes version is cheap and works great.
I made one from a few scrap CRs and some scrap BT50. It is open at the front end so I can put long motors in it- probably not going to, but you never know. The other advantage is you can have a built in thrust ring- I doubled up 5055 cardstock centering rings.
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