Aerotech Mirage. 2.6" dia., 87" long, weighs 2 lbs. Flies on some F and mostly G motors.Originally posted by bachsta
lets say less than 60 maybe 80 dollars
That would be pretty much any project, if you take your time and make it detailed. I am of the belief that rockets are only as great as you make them. That said, taking your time to pour perfect fillets, making sure your CP and CG are in check and getting a proper paint/decal scheme can easily consume a couple of days, even weeks in some cases.Originally posted by bachsta
hmm. how about along the lines of a higher performance rocket that is a time consuming project(2-3+ days)
why don't you consider scratch building your own? you will be able to price it yourself and it would be more challenging for you. that way you get exactly what you want. plus it will take you more than two days to build.Originally posted by bachsta
ok like lvl for or lvl 5 kits that are high performance and high altitude(1 mile or higher)
I've never actually seen any of those so I couldn't say.Originally posted by bachsta
sound good. oh and what do you think of rockets that are currently being made like the mach buster or usr's fiberglass series and the cycline 3 xroc prototype?
Looks doable - and would make a really smart model. Definitely a winter project.Originally posted by hokkyokusei
It is just a paper model. That's why converting it for flight is hard...
I downloaded it ages ago with this intention, but I never quite get around to it...Originally posted by Daedalus
Looks doable - and would make a really smart model. Definitely a winter project.
No, that doesen't mean I will do it, Yes, if I do I'll take photos
The V2 looks good too - maybe a better first paper model to bash. Must try printing some of them out and seeing what can be done.Originally posted by hokkyokusei
I downloaded it ages ago with this intention, but I never quite get around to it...