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Marlin523

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Finished my downscale of one of my favorites - Phoenix. It's my first attempt at doing my own decals. I hope a coat of Future will help.

 

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Also my first attempt at posting a pic here. OK, it didn't work. How do I do this?
 

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Go to the 'Advanced' Editor when posting a message..Scroll down til you see the button labeled 'Manage Attachments'. Click on it. It will open a separate window. Click on 'Browse' to find the picture file on your computer.Click on the file name to add it. Then click on 'Upload'..There is a size restriction of 390.6 KB for JPG files..

Hope that helps! ;)
 

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Thanks. Length 12.2 inches, Diameter 1.04 inches, Span diameter 3.0645 inches.
 

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Oh boy ,I really like that small version ,turned out great.Gives me an idea (as I have my Estes clone and my 4" Madcow) would make a nice little addition to the club.


Paul
 

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This looks very very very cool. So this is a BT-50 tube rocket flying on 18mm motors?
 

Evo666

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Would like to see flight pictures. Any idea how high it goes?
 

sodmeister

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Could you post some specs such as body tube length ,nose cone type & manufac. as well as fin dimensions if you have time.

Thankyou


Paul
 

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The rocket has not yet been launched, so I am unable to provide photos at this time. The body tube is 1.04 inches in diameter. The nosecone is 3.2 inches long. The rear fins are 1 inch square. Rocksim shows the following: A8-5 201 ft. B6-6 504 ft. C6-7 1093 ft.
 

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Oh that`s great Marlin523...appreciate the Rocksim file .....many thanks.

Hope she flies well for you !

Paul
 

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