# New CTI 6GXL Complete Hardware

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SOLD.

#### cerving

##### Owner, Eggtimer Rocketry
TRF Supporter
75mm/98mm CTI hardware is cross-certified for AT loads.

#### M2Rocketry

##### Well-Known Member
Only certain ones not all. CTI certs most if not all of it's loads it AT hardware.

98mm

#### Steve Shannon

##### Well-Known Member
TRF Supporter
75mm/98mm CTI hardware is cross-certified for AT loads.
Only 75mm at this time.

Steve Shannon

Still available.

#### Kip_Daugirdas

##### Well-Known Member
It's a deal, but the reloads for that sucker are over $1000, and I just can't do it. Only the N5800 and O3400 are over$1k. The others are $130 more than 98/6G loads. That's 3-5k Ns more impulse for$130 - quite a good deal for commercial propellant.

#### Zebedee

##### Well-Known Member
It's a deal, but the reloads for that sucker are over \$1000, and I just can't do it.
Spacers?

#### rockets

##### Well-Known Member
It could possibly be good for EX.

I'd consider this hardware, but it would take nearly a year for me to buy that hardware.

That would be so cool; have someone make an EX motor, like an N motor, build a Applewhite saucer, and launch!! Easy to build, cheap rocket, low altitude flight.
But, that may be somewhat impractical..
Thanks,

#### BDB

##### Absent Minded Professor
Dude. Do you understand how much thrust an N motor would generate? I hope you are kidding because this in an Applewhite saucer would be a disaster.

Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't think this case is a good choice for EX.

#### Kip_Daugirdas

##### Well-Known Member
This case would work fine for EX. In fact, Scott at Loki has been using it for some of its EX stuff - take a look at his Facebook.

#### Bat-mite

##### Rocketeer in MD
You'd have to get a nozzle machined for it, since CTI reloads come with a disposable nozzle.

#### rockets

##### Well-Known Member
Dude. Do you understand how much thrust an N motor would generate? I hope you are kidding because this in an Applewhite saucer would be a disaster.

Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't think this case is a good choice for EX.
Yeah, make an N motor, like ex; N1000, N800.

Thanks,

#### rockets

##### Well-Known Member
You'd have to get a nozzle machined for it, since CTI reloads come with a disposable nozzle.
Yeah, I wish I could buy it, but I just don't have the money......yet... :wink:

Thanks,

#### blackjack2564

##### Crazy Jim's Gone Banana's
TRF Supporter
I used mine for EX. worked great, just buy phenolic nozzles [52.00 at the time, you drill to size] from RCS [Aero-Tech] a bit pricey but so what when overall cost is a pittance to store bought load.

Unfortunately , Triple XXX liners/casting tubes, required for long burn. For standard loads AT liners from RCS will fit..

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#### tfish

##### Well-Known Member
it might look a lot like this...
Tom Binford Research N800long burn...

Tony

#### rockets

##### Well-Known Member
it might look a lot like this...
Tom Binford long burn...

Tony
Yup, that's pretty much what I want, just a little shorter burn. :wink:
Thanks,

Sold.

#### DavidMcCann

##### Well-Known Member
May I ask who bought it?

Thanks,
Typically considered rude to ask who got items, or what the final price was.