1.6" Fiberglass Mini Frenzy Dual Deploy ™
Great Starter Rocket
Posted by Mark on 20th Jul 2017
I purchased and built this as my first fiberglass model. I had a great time with it. Because the F level motors don't give a whole lot of thrust I had more reliable flights flying it is a single deploy without the upper tube.
Posted by rharshberger on 12th Mar 2017
Just finishing up the build on this fun little rocket. Assembly was pretty much by the instructions. The only fitting that I had to do was to open up the fin slots a bit as they were too tight to for the fin to slide into, the kit came with everything but the motor retainer and parachutes, it did include all the hardware, removable rivets, and recovery harness materials. I have seen a couple of these rockets flown at our clubs launches and they fly beautifully. The Altimeter bay will take a bit of pre-thought to make work as its very tight, I used a Eggfinder Quantum and a LiPo, with the sled mounted on only one all-thread so that the other passed above the altimeter and battery. This is my second Frenzy rocket and I really enjoy them.
38mm Fiberglass 5:1 Von Karman Filament Wound Nosecone
38mm Filament Wound Fiberglass Airframe 18"
38mm Filament Wound Fiberglass Airframe 12"
38mm Filament Wound Fiberglass Coupler 6"
38mm Filament Wound Fiberglass Spacer Ring 1"
29mm Filament Wound Fiberglass Motor Mount
G10 1/16" Fiberglass Fins
G10 Fiberglass Centering Rings (2)
G10 Fiberglass Bulk Plates (3 Coupler, 2 Airframe)
Kevlar Shock Cord (2)
Hardware Pack (10-24 Eyebolt (3), 10-24 Nut (3), #10 Washer (3), 8-32x7 Threaded Rod (2), 8-32 Nut (6), #8 Washer (6), Rivet (2), Rail Buttons and screws (2))
Motor Mount: 29mm
Fins: 1/16" G10