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4" Fiberglass X-Celerator ™

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  1. Awesome looking/flying rocket

    Posted by Exactimator on 17th Jan 2017

    Wanted a rocket I could the largest L2 motor in. Launched it on a CTI L730 to 9,126 feet and 743 MPH. Looks so awesome I bring it to our local LPR club launches to build interest in the HPR club. It draws a crowd. Av bay is large enough for 100% dual redundancy. Made good practice for an L3 cert build/flight.
    http://www.rocketryforum.com/showthread.php?122880-Rocketry-Warehouse-X-Celerator-assembly-photos

  2. My Level 2 Bird

    Posted by Davie Rockets on 13th Jul 2016

    This is a REALLY nice rocket with a unique dual fin design. A bit more challenging to build than a single fin design, I chose this for my Level 2 rocket. Unlike most other Rocketry Warehouse fiberglass kits, this one came with a molded fiberglass nose cone rather than filament wound. The advantage is that it's substantially lighter. The disadvantage is that it is more delicate and requires some sanding of the mold joints. Mine also needed some minor sanding of the integral coupler to make it fit the airframe.
    This is a great flier with the split fins producing a distinctive whistle.

$251.95
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K-3335

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Product Description

Now with Filament Wound Nosecone

Kit includes:

4 Fiberglass 4:1 Filament Wound Nosecone
4 G12 Fiberglass Airframe 42 inches
4 G12 Fiberglass Airframe 24 inches
4 G12 Fiberglass Coupler 9 inches
4 G12 Fiberglass Switch Band 1 inch
54mm Motor Mount G12 Fiberglass 22 Inches
6 G10 Fiberglass 1/8 Thick Fins
G10 Fiberglass Centering Rings
G10 Fiberglass Bulk Plates

This kit Features

Precision routed fin slots
Flies on anything from an I to an L
Weight 9 Lbs
Almost 7 Foot Tall

Kit Designed by Gary Tortora

Rocketry Warehouse kits include only the fiberglass components to complete your rocket and do not have instructions.  You will need to add rail buttons, hardware and recovery components.