- Jan 31, 2009
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Yesterday I launched TRES MAX and a LAUNCH PAD PHOENIX that I have had for quite a while. Here is the TRES MAX ready for launch with my cobbled up clip whip!
You could look into using alternate attach points for your tethers. Let the payload section hang sideways, or slanted with the shoulder hanging low, or go all the way and use an attachment near the front of the payload section BT? Let the metal screw-eye (on the base of the payload) take all the abuseOriginally posted by billEblurzz
There was no damage but the point on the sharp balsa cone snapped off. Greater height with C motors will help, but this long payload section might be prone to come to the ground pretty hard. I may substitute the balsa cone for an extra plastic cone from a CC-Express that has the same profile as the balsa one. Balsa cones seem to add that "extra" quality to kits