Aerotech - Cheetah Kit

CP Method: Rocksim/Rocksim
CP Position From Front: 26.77 inches
Designer: Bob Sanford
Manufacturer: Aerotech
Model: 89016
Power: Mid-Power
Product Type: Kit
Production Years: 1992-
Recovery: Parachute
Style: Sport
Reviews
  • Aerotech - Cheetah {Kit} (89016) [1992-] By Greg Deeter

    This kit right here, I now have to thank, for getting me super re-addicted to rocketry. My last launches back in the early 80's saw D's as being high power. After getting very interested again a few months ago, I bought about 50 different kits and of them all, this one was my favorite, and I picked it for my first mid-power, and flew it today on an F50-6T. Truly amazing. I built it stock just as ...

  • Aerotech - Cheetah {Kit} (89016) [1992-] By Walter Kjellander

    The Aerotech Cheetah is a high-performance mid-power rocket. The rocket is single stage, and goes over 3000' on a G motor. The kit comes with a single body tube, a nose cone, three (3) plastic clipped-delta fins, a parachute, a shockcord, and motor mount components. The motor mount components are the motor tube, two (2) fin-locks, two (2) centering rings, an ejection baffle, cooling mesh, ...

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    AT Cheetah stretched by 34" including 9" payload section. Motor tube extended to handle 11" motors and screw-on positive motor retention. Modifications: This is a fairly straight forward extension of the AT Cheetah, with extra care taken to strengthen the motor section to handle single use motors up to 11" long, particularly my favorite: the Ellis Mountain H50. I used JB Weld epoxy for any ...

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