Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Other Aerotech News

The J1999N, which had several spectacular failures at LDRS, has been redesigned for safety. The new motor is being sent to Tripoli Motor Testing for recertification.

The E30T has been changed to the new molded case with integrated thrust ring and recertified. Not a big change, but it'll hopefully be a tad cheaper and the new case is more reliable.

The F30FJ Black Max and F31R Redline motors have been submitted for NAR certification. They are 24mm single-use motors 95mm long, the same as Estes E motors, and virtual twins of the upcoming F33FJ and F34R loads for the 24/60 case.

The D3 reload for the 18/20 case is back in testing, after having been delayed.

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