[NRVR-Members] Group Motor Buy?
adrien.drouault at gmail.com
Sun Sep 30 12:03:56 CDT 2018
Yeah, it's interesting; I haven't seen any shortage of AT or CTI reloads,
but I am seeing shortages of AT motor tubes. My understanding is that,
essentially, they do a run, it gets sold out, then they're backordered for
a few months until the next run. Of course, that could just be Internet
rumor. Chris seems to have plenty of 29 and 38mm CTI and AT reloads, and
even seems to have a good stock of 18 and 24mm reloads.
I've never ordered from Wildman, and I'm not sure exactly how their website
works (it's unclear if things are in-stock or not), but they have quite a
Apogee (admittedly not the cheapest, but they do have good service) seem to
have a decent selection of CTI in stock, and most of their AT
motors/reloads are showing available.
I just looked at Performance Hobbies (no experience ordering from them),
and, yeah, they're pretty much showing out of stock on everything CTI,
except a 38mm vMax, and I think everyone knows how I feel about those
things ... :)
So, yeah, they're out there.
Hmm, one thought just struck me; I know you've ordered from
BuyRocketMotors.com in the past; as far as I know, they don't carry CTI, so
that could be part of the issue?
And, back to the original question: is anyone interested in doing a group
On Sat, Sep 29, 2018 at 9:58 PM Thomas Tweeks Weeks <tom at theweeks.org>
> Yeah Jim.. I wouldn't fret not being able to get CTI and reloads right
> now... Especially for certification flights, single use DMS motors are
> great. When it comes to cert flights, the Simpler the better.
> Has anyone else had problems getting CTI reloads?
> Chris seems to have plenty in stock:
> I know, its barren out there, and seems to be especially so for CTI
> reloads. :-/
> As a point of possible interest/discussion, I'd been querying Tweeks and
> Bob about reloadable hardware (basically, Aerotech vs CTI), and from those
> discussions, my take-away was that CTI was probably more what I was looking
> for. Given the paucity of the CTI reloads at present, though, I looked more
> at the Aerotech side of the equation, and concluded that I was money ahead
> to use the Aerotech DMS (single-use, with adjustable delay) - its
> essentially the pre-assembled internals of the CTI reload, but no need for
> a case, and the price of equivalent DMS motors vs CTI reloads (not even
> taking into account the cost of the CTI case) was noticeably less expensive
> for the Aerotech DMS. (I was looking at I motors and below in 29 and 38mm,
> I didn't look beyond that range...) Not sure if others have experience
> with the Aerotech DMS motors, but I'll happily share mine after the
> upcoming launch. :-)
> On Saturday, September 29, 2018 1:28am, "Jim Stoll via NRVR-Members" <
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