Aerotech - HV Arcas Kit

CP Method: Rocksim/Rocksim
CP Position From Front: 45.89 inches
Designer: Dan Meyer, Marc McReynolds
Manufacturer: Aerotech
Model: 89012
Power: Mid-Power
Product Type: Kit
Production Years: 1989-
Recovery: Parachute
Style: Sport
Tags: Scale:Arcas
Reviews
  • Aerotech - HV Arcas {Kit} (89012) [1989-] By Jack Caynon (April 7, 2008)

    ( Contributed - by Jack Caynon - 04/07/08) Brief: Mid-power rocket modified to be a Level 1 Certification Rocket. Modifications: The rocket is a strong flier on G motors and is an even better flier on 29mm H motors so it is suitable as a Level 1 Certification Rocket. To modify it to fly on a 29-180 motor, I used an Aeropack 29mm motor retainer designed for cardboard tubing. ...

  • Aerotech - HV Arcas {Kit} (89012) [1989-] By Chris Raymond (September 21, 2007)

    Large single stage rocket which is a replica of the high-velocity version of the Arcas sounding rocket. The HV Arcas came in a sturdy box . All the parts where there when it arrived. The instructions were easy to follow and had a lot of illustrations. The parts all fit and if assembled right is very study. No special tools were needed. Finishing: I painted it like the box . It was easy to ...

  • Aerotech - HV Arcas {Kit} (89012) [1989-] By John Yurcina (August 21, 2007)

    A great scale model of the HV ARCAS sounding rocket. Nothing more to say! This kit came with two body tubes, four fins, three centering rings made of "aerofibre" material, and a large hollow plastic nose cone. The instructions that came with this kit were *very* easy to follow.... Everything fit into place as planned, I had no problems. I used 30-minute epoxy and medium CA ...

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