[NRVR-Members] What are folks doing for buying new motor casing hardware now days?
pat.artis at gmail.com
Sat Mar 11 08:54:59 CST 2017
I have 75 and 98 mm M cases you can use
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> On Mar 11, 2017, at 5:42 AM, Jordan Truesdell <jordan at truesdell.org> wrote:
> CTI Hardware for 75mm was built specifically to fly Aero tech reloads. It was developed for the (military/scientific?) community when AT had their production stoppage. There are physical differences - I presume to circumvent patents - which requires an additional o-ring of standard size, avail at Amazon for under $1 each in qty 5. But there is no functional difference.
> I decided to skip 54mm HW and just fly big 38s with an adapter. (tho I have CTI HW, so who knows what will come of that)
>> On Mar 11, 2017 2:19 AM, "Thomas Tweeks Weeks" <tom at theweeks.org> wrote:
>> Hey all..
>> So I'm in the market for 54 and 75mm motor hardware for my new big bird.. and am just wondering.. is anyone buying Cesaroni any more? I really like Cesaroni since they first came out with the ProX line. I mean Aerotech is okay.. but they sure are messy (compared to the Aerotech 54mm anyway).
>> But I was thinking about just doing my L3 on a single use small M Aerotech.. and continue using single use 54/75mm until the news is in on Cesaroni..
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