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William Carpenter's Page

AKA: RedMaxFlyer on RP, TRF, and YORF

Location: Washington - USA

Certification Level: NAR Jr. L1

Club Memberships: NAR,WAC

Personal Home Page: http://www.simav8rproductions.webs.com

Club Home Page: http://www.washingtonaerospace.org

RocketReviews.com Pages:

2010-10-23

DynaStar Stonebreaker

Flight

Nice, 3-second boost to about 1200'. Much better delay than E9-6. An 18 'chute is perfect for this rocket. - E9-4 - WAC [More]

Madcow Rocketry Solar Express

Flight

Nice, quick boost with a cool fin whistle after burnout. 4 second delay is perfect. Landed safely and close to pad on a 28 'chute. - F36-4 - WAC [More]

2010-08-28

Red River Rocketry SlipStream

Flight

- B6-4 [More]

Red River Rocketry SlipStream

Flight

- B6-4 [More]

Red River Rocketry SlipStream

Flight

Best delay for this motor. - B6-4 [More]

2010-08-27

Red River Rocketry SlipStream

Flight

Motor underperformed. Flight to around 50'. 'Chute caught square on the wind meter next to the LCO table. - A8-3 [More]

Red River Rocketry SlipStream

Flight

Delay was too long. NC snapped back and hit forward edge of body tube and was dented. - B6-6 [More]

Madcow Rocketry Solar Express

Flight

First time flying this motor. Great choice for this rocket. A nice 850' flight and a bright blue flame. 5 second delay was perfect. 28 'chute brought the rocket down to a soft landing about 200 yards downrange. - F36-5 [More]

2010-06-15

Madcow Rocketry Solar Express (Kit)

Review

Brief: The Solar express from Madcow Rocketry is a mid-power rocket kit that flies on 29mm F and G motors. It's a great addition to an established mid-power fleet, and will fly on a wide range of mid-power motors (or probably even some Hs if you're willing to try it). The quality of the ... [More]

2010-05-30

Pemberton Technologies 3FNC

Flight

Nice, fast boost. Deployment late, but not too late. Landed 100 yards from the pad. - F52-6 - WAC [More]

Madcow Rocketry Little John (4.0)

Flight

Weathercocked a good amount, resulting in a late depolyment. Luckily, no damage was inflicted, and the rocket landed a quarter of a mile upwind of the launch pad. - I154-10 - WAC [More]

2010-03-30

Madcow Rocketry Little John (4.0) (Kit)

Review

Brief: The 4" Little John by Madcow rocketry is a high-power rocket available with either a 38mm or a 54mm MMT. I chose a 38mm motor mount and used this rocket to achieve my Junior Level One Certification. It's a great first high-power rocket, both because of its ease of assembly, and good ... [More]

2009-10-27

Pemberton Technologies 3FNC (Kit)

Review

Brief: The 3FNC is the absolute bare minimum of what a rocket can be and still fly... but that's what makes it so cool! It's a great performer on a variety of mid-power motors, but can also handle a small H if you're feeling particularly insane. It utilizes a unique "reward ... [More]

2009-09-25

Art Applewhite Rockets Priority Stealth 29mm (Plan)

Review

Brief: The Priority Stealth is a mid-power rocket from Art Applewhite Rockets that flies on 29mm motors. As the name implies, it is a version of Art's Stealth design, which has versions from 13mm all the way up to 54mm. What makes the Priority Stealth unique is the fact that it is made from a ... [More]

2009-08-09

Red River Rocketry SlipStream (Kit)

Review

Brief: The SlipStream from Red River Rocketry is a nice 3FNC rocket. I like the look of it, and it was an enjoyable build. This was my first low power rocket in a while, and it was nice to build something small and simple again. The SlipStream would be a good first rocket and makes for nice ... [More]

William Carpenter


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