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MarkH

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For an M altitude attempt at XPRS. I purchased one from a vendor locally at a launch a few months ago to have it shipped at a later date to Black Rock, and now they no longer have my motor.
Anyone have one and care to part with it?
 

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Bay Area Rocketry had one a few months ago. Give him a call.
 

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I checked with Mike already. No dice. I purchased an AT L2200 from him last year that I didn't get to fly and plan to fly it in a different rocket, but other than that I will probably be spectating and do an RSO shift or something.
 
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I have a M1300 IMAX dual thrust if interested. I'm sure I could get it shipped to u.

Preston
 

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I have a M1300 IMAX dual thrust if interested. I'm sure I could get it shipped to u.

Preston
Thanks for the offer. The M2245 is almost 10,000 Ns, and the M1300 is about 6400 Ns, so it would be a lot less altitude. Pretty much the M2245 is the best motor for the job, with no real close second. The Loki M3464 would be a pretty good second choice (9400 Ns, but I didn't build my rocket around snap ring hardware).

Anyway not a big deal. Just figured I'd beat the bushes for one. Crap happens. If I can't find one, I'll just put the rocket on the shelf, until CTI production gets back to normal.
 
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