Madcow Humpday Demon Sale

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  1. May 20, 2019 #1

    Igotnothing

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    Who else scored a Demon?

    Having recently lost my 38mm scratch built (temporarily, I hope, since we saw it under chute), I replaced it with a 38mm Demon.
     
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    Wallace

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    Can't seem to find said "Demon"? Any pics?
     
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    Go Devils I think.
     
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    Yup, Go Devil. I bought the 54 mm and the 98 mm the week prior..
     
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    David Schwantz

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    1 of each . It was my Bday and wife was in London :)
     
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    When you get it, make sure that all your fins are the same size. They're notorious for not being even close. Also, double check the fin alignment guide before you commit to using it. Hopefully they've fixed the way they do the fins and the file for the guide.
     
  7. May 21, 2019 #7

    David Schwantz

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    Good to know, thanks.
     
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    Igotnothing

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    Demon, Go Devil. This is just proof I have absolutely no idea what I'm talking about.
    And if anyone wants to argue about that, Yeah, well you're stupid!

    Oh. I had 2 perfect fins and one with a swoop on the root edge.
     
  9. May 21, 2019 #9

    DaveW6DPS

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    I got the 75mm, with 54mm motor mount, and the 54mm MD.

    I keep having visions of the 75mm on a good sized K and the 54mm on a K250...

    My third and fourth Mad Cow rockets. Definitely will not be my last!
     
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    Thorfire

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    I picked up the 98. Might make a nice booster with my Mongoose 75 as the sustainer.... ;-)
     
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  11. May 22, 2019 #11

    OverTheTop

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    I picked up a 38mm and 54mm Go Devil nearly two years back. Might get to assembling them this year. I am optimising the 38mm for speed, and the 54mm for altitude, I think.
     
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    38mm , don't know if I build it or for parts. Price made the deal either way.:cool:
    Kicking myself now for skipping the 75mm. :mad:
     

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