2.6" Fiberglass Dual Deploy Tomach
First high power rocket!
Posted by Daniel RJ Rooke on 5th May 2018
This was my first high power rocket and was great to learn with - its pretty easy to build and flies well. I built a G10 tray for the nose cone to mount a GPS and beveled the fins - it takes a bit of effort to sand G10, but it worked out. I got the GPS working, altimeter and dual-deploy are great and I might even try a level 2 motor pretty soon.
Posted by Randy on 8th May 2017
Bought 2 and used one as a booster section. It is an awesome 2-stage rocket and flies well with an CTI I-470 WT booster and a CTI I-55 M sustainer.
Posted by John Kovac on 24th Jul 2016
I did a lot of firsts with this rocket - first dual deploy, first altimeters, first GPS, first time even using reloadable motors. Two flights so far, both were good. Here is a video of flight # 2:
One thing to research a bit before you start is using the forward motor closure as the recovery attachment point. There are a lot of varying opinions about that.
Countdown to Black Friday Deal
Sorry the Black Friday Countdown Deal is sold out.
ALL FIBERGLASS KIT
Pre-Slotted 2 Part Fiberglass Airframe
New Fiberglass Removable Altimeter Bay Kit
Includes Altimeter Bay Hardware (eyebolts, Threaded Rods, Rivets).
Includes Plywood Altimeter Sled
5:1 Ogive Thin-Wall Filament Wound Fiberglass Nose Cone with Composite Tip
G10 Fins (54 mm replacement) and Centering Rings
2 Nylon Shock Cords
Motor Mount: 38mm or 54mm
Fins: 3 each 1/16" G10
Optional Recovery System:
Optional Tether System:
Optional Altimeter Bay Parts Upgrade: