How to light an AT H13 end burner

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n27sb

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Getting ready to launch my newest project. It is a 3" diameter Cluster with a center motor Airstart. The motor is an AT H13.
It does not appear to have any drilled core or slot like the Apogee F10. Just a big void inside the nozzle.

Does anyone have any experience setting up the igniter on this motor and can the ignitor be enhanced.
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AeroTech

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Getting ready to launch my newest project. It is a 3" diameter Cluster with a center motor Airstart. The motor is an AT H13.
It does not appear to have any drilled core or slot like the Apogee F10. Just a big void inside the nozzle.

Does anyone have any experience setting up the igniter on this motor and can the ignitor be enhanced.View attachment 463266
The H13 has a short core. Just push the initiator straight in until it stops.
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Yup, just as Aerotech said, I've had zero problems igniting them, they light very quickly....

Frank
 
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