OK...forgive me for asking but....is there any difference between Quest motors and Estes motors? I found a spot that sells both. I have used Estes my whole life and have never had any problems. Is Quest just as good? Better? Worst?
We just got a Fry's here in Seattle, never thought of checking there for motors! Thanks for the tip!Originally posted by cls
locally I can find Quest motors for very cheap (Fry's Electronics), cheaper than the $27 for 24 Estes bulk-pack at Toys R Bust.
Thats another reason I use them tooOriginally posted by arthur dent
I usually buy quest motors because they are a whole 0.25p cheaper than the estes.
LOL! I've not done that yet!Originally posted by Mike
LOL...what's worse is when you forget they're there and then go out in the evening.
The nozzles are still made of clay, it just has gray glazing on it. I believe that they use the same toolset that MRC used for their motors... they were also made in Germany.Originally posted by stymye
I've learned a little more about the differences in quest motors
German Quest motors look like they have a dense graphite or a graphite impregnated material in the nozzle and are more sharply formed..the U.S type have a clay-like nozzle