It does resemble a Vulcan motor . That would be my guess .
Yup right up thru 98 mm O motors . Tom Binford flew a nice Smokey Sam O in one of his cloudbuster series a number of years back . Burned awesome .Thats what Aerotech said as well. The epoxy and nozzle type looked like Vulcan, but I've never heard of Vulcan 98mm motors.
Thats interesting learned something new, that Vulcan made. IF this is in face a vulcan i wonder what type of propellant and a possible designationYup right up thru 98 mm O motors . Tom Binford flew a nice Smokey Sam O in one of his cloudbuster series a number of years back . Burned awesome .
Someone offered it to me in a bundle of three different motors. I purchased the motor without me or the seller knowing exactly what it was.Interesting, Possible to say how you came by it? Estate sale? Private sale or someone gave it to you not knowing what it was? Kurt
Thanks Tom!The Vulcan O motors that I flew (in 1990 and 1992) were 110mm (4-5/16") diameter. One was Smoky Sam and the others were Hellfire. These were custom made and I would expect any other large Vulcan motors were also made to order. The largest regularly available Vulcan motors were the L750 (52 mm diameter). I still have the case from the smoky O3000 (55" long). All 3 of the Vulcan O motors that I flew were moon burners.