Squirrel Works - Pie In The Sky Kit

Diameter: 4.63 inches
Manufacturer: Squirrel Works
Motor Size: 18 millimeters
Power: Low-Power
Product Type: Kit
Recommended Motors: B6-0, C6-0
Skill Level: 1
Status: In-Production
Style: Odd-Roc
  • Squirrel Works Pie In The Sky By Bob Allen (November 7, 2008)

    Brief: It's a flying pizza. What else can be said? Construction: The kit contains one engine tube, one thrust ring, one 1/8" launch lug, One large laser cut pie ring, and one large pizza sticker. This was extremely easy to build. Took less than 5 minutes. Glue the thrust ring inside the engine tube. Then draw a line straight down the tube. Glue the launch lug on the ...

  • Squirrel Works Pie In The Sky By John Bergsmith (October 8, 2008)

    An easy to build odd-roc that can be built and painted in about 30 minutes. It's a high drag disc design that features tumble recovery. It makes a perfect small fields rocket. It would be extremely difficult to find a more simple rocket to assemble. The design features a grand total of five parts, laser cut lite ply disc, engine tube, engine block, launch lug, and the pizza decal. The Pie ...

  • Squirrel Works Pie In The Sky By Chan Stevens (September 6, 2008)

    Brief: This has got to be one of the neatest "saucer" designs I've seen. It flies good (well, for a saucer), and looks tasty. It's not every day you see a flying pizza. Construction: A quick 2 days after my online order, the nicely packed box arrived with the following parts in the baggie: Plywood disk Motor tube Launch lug Motor block Adhesive ...

  • Squirrel Works Pie In The Sky By Donald Besaw Jr (August 27, 2008)

    Brief: Mmmm, fresh oven hot pizza--and an oddroc to boot! That's right, a flying pizza and it also flies on 18mm B6-0 and C6-0 motors and tumbles upon recovery. However, you might not want to build one if you are currently having any pizza cravings. Construction: This kit is extremely simple and only contains six pieces if you count the pizza decal and instruction sheet. In ...


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