|CP Position From Front:||1.73 inches|
|Recommended Motors:||1/2A3-4T, 1/4A3-2T, 1/4A3-4T, A10-3T, A3-6T|
An Estes classic, this tiny rocket that has been bought, built, and sacrificed to the rocketry Gods by many. My mosquito is the one with the balsa nose cone, I believe that the later one was a plastic nose cone. The kit comes in a clear bag with the usual art card and instructions. Components consist of: 2 inch of Bt20 Balsa nose cone Launch lug Strip of balsa 0.5 inches ...
The Estes Mosquito is a classic rocket, but it is somewhat hard to build and is extremely easy to lose. The instructions are well-written and the rocket is fairly straight forward because it has just 7 parts: 3 fins, body tube, launch lug, and a two-piece nose cone. The Mosquito is fairly easy to build. However, the fins are very large for their base area and are hard to get on ...
The smallest and cheapest Estes rocket. This kit comes in a tiny plastic bag, but all of my pieces were ok. This rocket was very easy to build, only 7 pieces. The fins were small, but not that hard to put on. Finishing: Pros: -The rocket is very small and cute looking. -I have made three and found that red and yellow are the best colors. Con's: -None Construction Rating: 4 out ...
Part of my mosquito family. This is a 301% upscale of an Estes mosquito, fitted with 2 x 18mm cluster mount. Designed to return via a streamer, but a small chute, could be used. The components for the kit consist of: A Big Bertha nose cone. 6.02 inches of Bt60. Three balsa fins. 2 x 18mm engine tubes. 2 2x18mm cluster motor mount rings 2 x engine blocks Elastic ...
This is my Mo' Skeeter, a 320% upscale of the classic Estes Mosquito . It's a rear-ejection model, which avoids the visible nose cone line that most Mosquito upscales suffer from. Components This rocket consists of a Baby Bertha cone , 6" of BT-60, 6" of BT-20, two 20-60 centering rings , a thrust ring, engine hook, and retaining ring, a launch lug, and a shock cord consisting ...
Kathy Mulvey builds a Mosquito.