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Scott S

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TRF,

See post #4 for reloads.

I've got a wide range of motors that I've collected in the 6 short years I've been in the hobby and I've come to realize I'm not going to be able to fly them all and I'm not a collector. Many of the motors are vintage, obtained from old timers leaving the hobby. I will note where I have flown or test burned some of the motors but there are no guarantees on their condition. All the motors were kept in climate controlled areas. This is what remains of a large collection that was spread around the community in the last 2 years. I haven't gotten any feedback on the success (or failures) of those motors.

First to PM me gets the motor. Payment by PayPal in advance to hold the motor until you make it to an MDRA launch or MDRA meeting to pick it up.

Let's get started with the smaller single use motors. Many of these motors can be seen in Jason's Motor Porn Thread Here:

Prices are per each motor

5 each 18mm - AT D21-4T - (2009)
0 each 24mm - AT E6-8 with thermalite ignitercord-
1 each 24mm - AT E15-7 with thermalite ignitercord-
1 each 24mm - AT F72-10 -
0 each 24mm - AT F101-10T -
1 each 29mm - AT F10-8 with thermalite ignitercord -
1 each 29mm - AT F25-9W with thermalite -
0 each 29mm - AT F60-9 with thermalite -
1 each 29mm - AT F50-4t with copperhead-
1 each 29mm - AT G80-10T - $20 (modern)

13 each 29mm - AT G300-15 - Flew 1 of these and it worked fine. Heard there were issues with the delay as this is a Warp 9 motor.

1 each 24mm - Ellis Mountain G37-6

0 each 29mm - RocketFlite F50SS-0 Silver Streaks These have no ejection charge - Flew 2 of these (that had ejection charges) and it worked great. Awesome motor!

That's all for tonight, more to come. Scott
 
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Pm sent on E6, G60 and G300.
 

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Most of these are not as old as the single use listed above, probably 1995-2000. Unless listed the grains are in excellent shape & usually individually sealed within the package.

0 each - Loki H90 (38/240) - $20

0 each - AT J350W-S (38/720) - $35

0 each - AT J420R-M (38/720) - $35

0 each - AT J570W (38/1080) - $45

0 each - AT K1100T-M (54/1706) - $75 I flew one of these at URRF a couple years ago. Pay close attention to the delay grain o-rings, they are an older style than the new reloads.

these 2 are very old

0 each H242-MT (38/240) - $15 - with thermalite ignitercord

0 each ISP (AT) K550-LW (54/1706) with liner and nozzle adapter ring - $70 there is some minor swelling of the grains. Trim off the ends, rough up the core and you're good to go.

Thanks, Scott
 
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