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ThirstyBarbarian

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Those are some gorgeous gliders. This H13 motor has an insane thrust curve. It should make for some really interesting flights.
 

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Those are some gorgeous gliders. This H13 motor has an insane thrust curve. It should make for some really interesting flights.
I’ve been playing with it in OR today between getting the leaves chopped/grass mowed and watching college football - shoves an Estes Star Orbiter way up there!
 

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I’ve been playing with it in OR today between getting the leaves chopped/grass mowed and watching college football - shoves an Estes Star Orbiter way up there!
Your Star Orbiter might actually end up orbiting a star!

I like long-burn motors in draggy rockets. I haven’t done any sims, but it might be interesting to see what happens with something like an Estes Doorknob.
 

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I think Gary said to be safe to not go more than 16 oz rtf off the pad, motor weighs 204 grams. For my gliders I can get away with 32 oz rtf since I'm steering them.

Frank

Your Star Orbiter might actually end up orbiting a star!

I like long-burn motors in draggy rockets. I haven’t done any sims, but it might be interesting to see what happens with something like an Estes Doorknob.
 

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