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Daniel Draney's Interceptor - Estes (1250)

Interceptor - Estes (1250)

Everyone kept asking for Estes to bring back the original Interceptor, so here is its clone. With modern design and production technology Estes has been able to improve upon the already amazing rocket design. The new Interceptor holds onto its original design that has made it one of the most popular intergalactic cruisers available. The design has remained the same, but the parts of been replaced with state-of-the-art pieces, so no rocketeer will be disappointed.

There are a number of upgrades to the original kit, including laser cut balsa fins, a highly detailed, blow molded nose cone, molded two piece wing pods, molded exhaust port and an accurately reproduced, waterslide decal set. All these upgrades make for an exceptional building and flying experience!

 

 

Standing over 2 feet tall, the latest version of the Interceptor is sure to amaze when it is launched with B and C sized rocket engines. If you decide to fly your rocket with C series engines this cruiser can reach 525 feet! Make sure to impress everyone at your next launch, pick up the Estes Interceptor

Decals:Waterslide
Diameter:1.3000 inches
Fin Material:Laser-Cut Balsa
Fin Span:7.4000 inches
Kit Name:Interceptor
Length:26.0000 inches
Manufacturer:Estes
Model:1250
Motor Size:18 millimeters
Nose Cone Material:Plastic
Original Price:24.7900 dollars
Power:Low-Power
Production Years:2008
Recommended Motors:B4-2, B6-4, C6-5
Recovery:18" Parachute
Skill Level:2
Style:Futuristic
Type:Kit
Weight:3.8500 ounces
Wing Span:7.4000 inches

 

     

    Flight Log

    TimeLaunch SiteMotor(s)Altitude 
    2012-11-01Savannah, TXB4-2- 
    2012-11-15Savannah, TXC6-5500 feet 
    2013-04-20Savannah, TXB6-4- 
    2013-04-28Savannah, TXC6-5500 feet 
    2015-03-01Savannah, TXC6-510 feet 
    2015-04-26Savannah, TXB4-2- 

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