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Karl

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Could you all post a pic or two of these type(s) of rockets please as I've just heard of the UKRA Model Achievement Programme :D

Rockets that have , Glide Recovery , A Fragile Payload , Clustered with 2 motors , and a Staged rocket . By the way these rockets can only be C impulse or below .
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Ok...I gots a couple.

Two-motor cluster is attached. (Ok, ok, it's my upscale DW on two E9's, but the little Deuce can go on a pair of B6's)

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This is ChrisVG's three-staged Estes Comanche 3, FULL-UP! D-C-C!

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Really full up Commanche 3 by Jeff Taylor. I believe some H's were involved with this one :D
 

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Here's a launch pix of the Deuce's Wild! kit (B or C motors)
http://fliskits.com/photo_album/cmass_112003a/images/p1130744.jpg

and the Cheetah, B/C motors also
http://fliskits.com/photo_album/cmass_112003a/images/p1130731.jpg

Here's a nice review of the Cheetah:
http://fliskits.com/photo_album/cmass_112003a/images/p1130731.jpg

hope this helps!
jim

Originally posted by Karl
Could you all post a pic or two of these type(s) of rockets please as I've just heard of the UKRA Model Achievement Programme :D

Rockets that have , Glide Recovery , A Fragile Payload , Clustered with 2 motors , and a Staged rocket . By the way these rockets can only be C impulse or below .
Thanks
Karl
 

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here is a glide recovery (Quest Flat Cat) and a staged (Estes Renegade , 2 stage Cs)
 

Karl

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Thanks for the replys ! Im looking for ideas for those particular types of rocket so I can do this Model Acheivement Program . Something thats easy to build , cheap & reliable!
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Or even a two for one. An Estes Loadstar payloader that is a two stage. Nothing was in the payload bay on this flight but a small egg would fit.
 

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Karl:
I don't think you can get much more fragile than a raw large hens egg. You must pack these things Eggstreamly carefully or the Yolk will be on you;)
 

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Karl:
heres a 4 pic composite of 3 types of gliders, the Ivee and Deltie are boost-gliders, the Nomad is a Rocket glider and the Micro Orbital Transport is a parasite glider.
 

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Karl, head over to the Deepsky shop and theres a section where you can view suitable rockets for each level...should give you an idea. MAP in for a revamp pretty soon...Paul Lavin (Yes Mr. Deepsky) has taken control.
 

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lol a 13mm egg lofter? Is that powerfull enough?


Heres the page where it shows you what you have to do to pass levels 1 2 and 3.
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Well not anymore that 13mm egg lofter was set-up for 10.5mm B2 motors and yes it did work, I finished second with the model at regional meet. sure wish Vanmilligan would spend more on motors then sofeware. but hey I guess it's gotta be about the money:(

Still missing the 10.5mm motors.
 

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I guess your talking about 'Apogee' motors ? I agree , they used to be fun!
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