- Jan 18, 2009
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That's really sharp Jim. It's probably the first time that a NARCON logo has the correct CG/CG relationship. You'll probably be 'swamped' with orders
Well, since the information has made it to the NARCON web site, I figure I would post it here as well
Get ready for the NARCON 2009 commemorative kit from FlisKits, the Nantucket Sound
24mm, 12.7" tall, about 5.2" wide at the base.
NARCON versions (planned anyway) will come with pre-colored body wraps to make finishing a breeze. The production version will include a link to downloads.
Have fun and be sure to register early!
He's still incredibly thrilled that he won the grand prize!!Hey, before I forget, two things about NARCON; one for 2009 and one for 2008.
2) What ever happened to the student-teacher who won Sheri's kit at NARCON 2008 up in Rochester? Did he ever build and fly it with MASA? I still am envious of that guy. Shows up to his first rocket event and walks away with a $400 kit.
Living in Rochester, practically walking distance from NARCON 2007/8, so I'd bet he doesn't make this one. TSA tends to frown on a security cadre of flying monkeys.I'm game. Where's Bob Cox BTW?
I'm planning on strapping one to a 54-2550 case and see what happens.Right now I am planning on allowing only short 24mm motors unless I can get an E flight in
That's probably the only time I wouldn't have any worries about firing one of those. You might be able to set dirt on fire with one but there's no way snow is going to burn.Depends - Can I launch a Skid and you consider the snow pack good enough to protect the ground underneath?
Oh, there's no question that someone is going to wire this thing up for lights and motors on the top. I won't do the kit that way (would add too much cost and complexity), but it would be a great modification fer sure!That's obviously why Jim went with the paper nosecone. It looks like there might be enough room for a small motor in there.