Discussion in 'LOC/Precision' started by chefmarkt69, Aug 9, 2012.
Here are some pictures of my Loc Warlock that I just Flew to get my L2, it is a great kit to build!
What motor did you fly? How much was take off weight and what was the altitude. Reason I ask is I'm going for my level 2 with a similar rocket.
I flew it on a CTI j330 and the talke off weight was 7 lbs and I set the dely at 7 sec. It was a perfect flight, it took a while to come down but it went up around 1,200 FT.
Welcome to the LOC Warlock (PK-80) Gallery on TRF.
This gallery showcases the LOC Warlock (PK-80) and those rockets derived from it. Particularly appropriate in this thread are the following:
LOC: Warlock: PK-80
as well as any upscales, downscales, clones, kitbashes or other derivative works. Even Goonies qualify!
LOC Warlock (PK-80) Basic Information.
MODEL NAME: Warlock Also known as:
Motor Mount: 1x38mm
Weight: 100 oz
Mfg. Description: One of the ISP PERFORMANCE SERIES of kits, which feature factory pre-slotted airframe and through-the-wall fin construction and high power motor capabilities, the WARLOCK is the perfect short fat kit to make your Level 1 and Level 2 certification flight with on a small field. Now with LOC-N-FIN technology for easy building, the WARLOCK is a light weight large diameter kit with presence. This rocket should be in every collection! Parachute Recovery.
All LOC/PRECISION "PK-XX" kits include heavy duty airframe and motor mount tubes, high-grade precision-cut plywood fins, centering rings, rip-stop nylon parachute or streamer, nylon elastic shock cord and mount, launch lug, polypropolene nose cones and instructions. (LOC 2012 Web Ad)
2012 Web Ad
First post in this thread featuring this rocket.
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This is mine, built totally stock with wood glue only (Titebond II) and I have only flown it on J350 M's. It has 11 flights so far and it makes a easy L2 rocket.
those are great pics!
I really like this rocket. Your build is wonderful and the flight looks killer.
I completed my Warlock with a "Zombie Apocalypse" theme. It was a fun build, I love working on the 7.5" airframes.
I built this one heavy with a 2x wrap of 6 oz fiberglass on the body tube and then one layer 6 oz glass and one layer 3 oz on the fins. The main parachute was upgraded to a 44" Sky Angle.
So far it has had 2 successful flights, first on an I327DM and then on an I284W. It tended to fly slightly with the wind (it was a windy day), so I may add a few ounces of nose weight.
Warlock and his little brother.
So did you ever recover the one that "flew away" recently??
Nope, it's gone. I did build another (my 3rd Warlock) and it's in primer, not warm enough around here yet for color coats.
Warlock #3 drag racing a Big Nuke, warlock was on a J420.
It now resides 50' up in the tree's in the background, just finished my 4th Warlock build this morning and think I'll use a I motor for the maiden voyage.
My 4" warlock on a G64, it was a nice stable flight.
Warlock #4 on a I366 Redline.
4" Warlock on a G64W
I have some of the airplane guys, friends of mine, contemplating the rocket in the trees. I would not be surprised if they didn't bring it in to me at the store soon. I told them they wouldn't be able to reach it. (Reverse psychology)
Right on Joe, if nothing else I would love to have that motor case back.
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