So the booster on the fiberglass rocket I'm building came with a 305 mm long, 54 mm motor tube. This appears to be great for any rational motor. Now, if I get irrational and want to see this rocket come down in a lot more pieces than it went up in, and decide to put an L1000 in it, is that enough support? The L1000 is twice as long, at 635 mm long. How much lateral and/or rotational support does the motor tube need to provide? Any thoughts?