Estes - Super Neon Kit

Decals: Waterslide
Diameter: 0.98 inches
Fin Material: Balsa
Length: 22.10 inches
Manufacturer: Estes
Model: 2050
Motor Size: 18 millimeters
Nose Cone Material: Plastic
Original Price: $18.49
Plan (Estes Instructions): http://www.estesrockets.com/media/instructions/002050_Super_Neon.pdf
Power: Low-Power
Product Type: Kit
Production Years: 2007-2011
Recommended Motors: A8-3, B4-4, B6-4, C6-5
Recovery: Parachute
Skill Level: 2
Status: Out-Of-Production
Style: Ring/Tube/Cone Fin
Tags: Family:Estes:Super Neon
Weight: 1.70 ounces

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  • Estes - Super Neon {Kit} (2050) [2007-2011] By Matthew Bond (March 22, 2010)

    Originally produced by Estes in 1991, the Super Neon was reintroduced on 2007. The Super Neon is a tube fin rocket that also sports small “stub” fins on each of the tube fins. The Super Neon flies on the standard assortment of 18mm black powder motors and uses a 12 inch parachute for recovery. The header card promises soaring flights to 1000 feet, which is beyond optimistic ...

  • Estes - Super Neon {Kit} (2050) [2007-2011] By Larry Brand (December 11, 2007)

    Super Neon is an updated 2007 re-release of an older kit. It is what I would call a "fantasy" tubefin in that it has decorative stub fins supplementing the 6 tubefins that provide the actual stability to create a futuristic appearance. The packaging highlights its "Space Age Tubular Fins". Well, so maybe they're not "stub fins", maybe they're cooling plates for the hyper-leptonic fusion ...

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  • Super Neon (Modification) By Les Bradshaw

    Brief: This is the Estes Super Neon that I modified to become the Klingon Star Dart. I added 3 fins and moved the tube fins out to the ends of these new fins. Modifications: The motor mount was built stock. I cut out my new fins from 3/32" balsa. They were sized 3 1/2" at the root and tip with a span of 1 3/4". The slant length is 2 1/2" long. I glued the tubes together in pairs (I ...

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