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  Looking for CTI 98mm HDW Parts
Posted by: Dave A - 07-05-2018, 08:45 PM - Forum: Buy it - No Replies

Looking for CTI 98mm FWD closure and nozzle carrier. Used preferably. Don't need any retaining rings.

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  75 mm 2/3 grain used CTI motor
Posted by: FMarvinS - 07-04-2018, 07:15 PM - Forum: Buy it - Replies (1)

I'm interested in buying a good condition used CTI 75 mm 3 grain or 2 grain motor (casing, forward closure, nozzle holder, and 2 threaded retaining rings). Generation I or II is acceptable if in good condition.
Please PM if you have one for sale.
Thanks for looking!

Fred

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  Amazing Lego SpaceX Falcon Heavy
Posted by: bigdave - 06-12-2018, 04:42 PM - Forum: Rocketry-Related - Replies (1)

Saw this on another forum. The first-ever SpaceX proposal to LEGO is about to enter into review. It's extremely impressive. 32" tall and 2018 pieces (get it?). It's only about 100 supporters away from the needed 10,000. There's a link below to see pictures and support.

https://ideas.lego.com/projects/1d1...3139099/updates

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  Crossloads Cross-up, Aerotech K1999N vs CTI K1620 - which will win?
Posted by: MarkH - 06-09-2018, 09:24 PM - Forum: Propulsion Non-EX - Replies (13)

This is a motor build thread of the above mentioned motors. The CTI motor will be assembled in the AT 98 mm 1G case. The AT motor will be assembled in the CTI 98 mm 1G case.

   



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  CTI Pro98 Closures Back in Stock
Posted by: Sunward - 05-24-2018, 05:02 PM - Forum: Vendor & Manufacturer Display - No Replies

We now have Pro98 closures back in store after a long absence. The full line of Pro98 GEN 2 cases, closures, and accessories are now available and ship in 1-2 days.

US and international orders:

https://www.sunward1.com/product-categor...-hardware/

Canadian Orders:

https://www.sunwardhobbies.ca/cti-pro-98-hardware/

International orders:

Please email us.

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  Update for CTI ProX Motor Orders for Canada
Posted by: Sunward - 05-23-2018, 10:59 AM - Forum: Vendor & Manufacturer Display - Replies (1)

Cesaroni (CTI) is now back in production, but inventory is very low as dealers replenish stock and fill back orders.

After speaking with staff at Cesaroni, we can offer the following guidelines for ordering high power motors in Canada:

The best way to get the desired motors is to place a pre-order 1-2 months ahead of time. Pre-orders would secure the motors before sale to other dealers.

Larger motors, such as Pro75 and Pro98, may need 2-3 months lead time.

Allow 1-2 weeks for Sunward to receive and ship motors to the final address.

There is no production on White Thunder, C-Star, and VMAX until further notice.

Sunward is working with Cesaroni to offer the best selection of motors to rocketeers in Canada but current inventory levels require some adjustment and patience.

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  Looking for AT or CTI 75mm reloads
Posted by: Dave A - 05-19-2018, 11:01 AM - Forum: Buy it - No Replies

Looking for anyone in the Northern VA or Metro DC region that have AT or CTI 75mm reloads for sale. Rather meet or pickup at a launch, not looking to have any shipped.
What you got?
Dave Alewine
TRA 7299 L3
MDRA & Central VA  member

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  The boys and their projects
Posted by: IndianaSteve - 05-14-2018, 09:13 AM - Forum: Your Projects - Replies (4)

Yet another build going on at our house. The boys started their new projects for the next club launch June 10th. My oldest is building a 4” MadCow Cowabunga, and the youngest is building the always great Estes Executioner. 
Both boys started motor mount assembly and some fin prep last night. Should be another great launch coming up. 
My boys love getting their hands dirty and building just as much as they do flying!
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  A little fun project
Posted by: IndianaSteve - 05-04-2018, 07:54 PM - Forum: Your Projects - No Replies

Well in the downtime of my L1 project I have been working on this little Tomahawk. Picked this kit up cheap for just something fun to play around with. I had never built a Loc kit before, so I get to kill 2 birds with 1 stone! 
Great built little kit, great quality of robust parts included and should be able to scoot with a 29mm motor mount. I have it fully assembled, and a coat of primer shot on, and am now considering paint options. Anyone have any ideas? The solid white traditional scheme seems a bit boring, and there weren’t any decals included, so I don’t think I will stick with the traditional scheme. 
So anyone built the Tomahawk and went rouge on the paint job? I could use a few ideas 😎
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  Little John 4” CP
Posted by: IndianaSteve - 04-30-2018, 12:45 PM - Forum: High Power - Replies (4)

Looking for a little help here. I’m building a MadCow little John4” paper rocket for my L1 attempt. I’m wondering if anyone with Rocksim or Openrocket could find out the CP for me. I did the cardboard trick and want to see how close it is to correct. I know I will need nose weight and want to get as close as I can for my L1 flight. 
My laptop is down, and neither program is mobile friendly  Dodgy
Appreciate any help

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