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2.2" Fiberglass Tomach

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  1. A nice performer

    Posted by NZ Rocketeer on 24th May 2017

    I modified this kit a bit to get a more conventional dual deploy system and I did tip to tip glassing of the fins to make sure they never came off. A lovely flyer. I have not tried to make it aerodynamic, but it made 4,600 feet and Mach 1.05 on a J425R. No damage and I am getting it ready to fly on a K or an L.

  2. Nice minimum 54

    Posted by John Jamieson on 17th Nov 2016

    Had good flights on H's and I's, on a J it needs a tracker. I unfortunately lost it.

  3. Little Ripper of a Rocket!

    Posted by Stewart on 4th May 2016

    I constructed one of these about 18 months back, painted it orange, and called it "Orange Revolution". Set up as dual deploy (2 x Ravens) with telemetry (TeleMega). Had a great flight at Thunda Downunder 2015. First flight was on a CTI L640DT. Figures from it were:
    Altitude: 21512', Max Velocity: Mach 1.8, Max Accel: 47G
    Flew it last year for its second flight but someone pushed the button before I had the GSE booted for tracking. It is temporarily lost, so I need to buy another one.


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Product Description


High Power Rocket
Minimum Diameter Fiberglass Airframe
Filament Wound Fiberglass Nose Cone
Composite Nose Cone Tip
Thin-Wall for Lighter Weight
G10 Fins
Bulkplates and Hardware for Dual Deploy
Fin Guides for Easy Assembly
Rail Buttons
Nylon Shock Cord


Length: 66"
Diameter 54mm
Weight: 2.5 lbs
Motor Mount: 54mm
Fins: 3 each 1/8" G10

Optional Altimeter Bay Parts Upgrade:

54mm Aluminum Bulkplate (2)

NOTE: smaller 60" Tomach has been discontinued

Download assembly instructions

Download RockSim file
NOTE: the sim file is for the shorter version - replace the 30" fin can tube with 36" fin can tube to make longer version.

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