My first High Power rocket

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Ryan S.

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you could use 15 minute. For small jobs I used to use the 2 ton stuff that came in the syringe. That worked good and seemed to strengthen the fins alot. Now I use the US composites stuff. If you see yourself using lots of fiberglass in the future, or lots of epoxy you could make an order to US composites, get some epoxy and glass.

I would go with a Pro38 motor. they are expensive but easy to use, a good way to start otherwise go for AT. AMWs cases are expensive but the J loads are under \$75 and really nice

havoc821

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ryan,

Thanks for the help, but I won't worry about the casings because I won't have to purchase them because I can't have anything to do with the motor, so I guess what I'm asking is what specific motor or reload I should choose instead of what brand. I will have to wait untill I get back to my house to run some simulations but I just might go with a 38mm J350. Does anybody have an comments about this motor, good or bad, or is there another white lightning J that provides a good amount of thrust without going over budget on cost? If worst comes to worst, I just might go back down and fly it on an I211 or another big I motor. I just need to run more simulations. Thanks for the help guys.

havoc821

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I went to Pro38's website and I liked the thrust curves for the J360. What can you all tell me about this motor? How much does it cost, number of grains and where to get it and what type of propellent is it (Ex: White lightning). Thanks