Discussion in 'LOC/Precision' started by chadrog, Mar 29, 2011.
I love the looks of the LOC-IV with a tail cone!
Very Cool!!! I love the tailcone/boatail!
Here's a picture of mine from my Level one Cert. Flight this April.
Nice Cody! Well done.
Love the look on the boy's face too! He looks proud to be helping you with the rocket. And can hardly
wait till he can build and fly on too.
Thanks! That's my brother for you! He loves rockets and building the LPR models. He actually came up with this paint job.
OK, here's mine, named Mister Blue Sky, used it for my L1 cert flight in Feb. '13. Since converted it to dual deploy, got some damage on the last flight, needs a little work now.
Congrats on the flight! You both look happy and proud about it, and that's what it's all about.
The fin can from my LOC IV in post #4 of this thread was totally destroyed in a CATO. I built a new fin can with a slightly different baffle, standoffs for the rail buttons, a PML HAMR, and since the original LOC IV had the big fin tabs that hung below the body and tended to break, I replaced them with fins from a LOC Fantom. Plus it got a new color scheme....
Fancy Fatboy! I like it!
I built one recently for my Certify Level 1 video.
LOC IV used to get my L1:
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What motor configurations have you used in the HDB? 1-2-3-5 motor clusters? Im looking for my next cluster rocket/Advice?
Attached is my LOC IV which I used for my L1 flight. My 11 year old daughter really liked neond7's Duracell Big Nuke (build thread on the forum), so we went with that color scheme.
John - I chose the LOC IV because your Certify Level 1 video (along with Electronic Recovery and Sewing a Bridle). I really appreciated having access to those great resources during my first foray into HPR!
Flying mine just for fun..no cert.
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