Quest - Zenith II Kit

CP Method: Rocksim/Rocksim
CP Position From Front: 19.48 inches
Diameter: 0.98 inches
Fin Material: Balsa
Length: 22.80 inches
Manufacturer: Quest
Model: 3005
Product Type: Kit
Production Years: 1994-
Recommended Motors: B6-0/A6-4, B6-0/C6-3, B6-0/B6-4, B6-0/C6-5, C6-0/A6-4, C6-0/C6-3, C6-0/B6-4, C6-0/C6-5
Recovery: Parachute
Skill Level: 3
Style: Multi-Stage
Weight: 12.00 ounces
  • Quest Zenith II By Alan Tiessen (October 28, 2012)

    A nice looking two-stage payload rocket. /h2 I modified it by skipping the see-through plastic payload bay and just going with a standard tube payload bay of the same size.  Easy to build.  Finishing Construction Score: 4 Flight Recovery Like most everyone else, I recommend streamer recovery if you're going for altitude.  I used a ...

  • Quest Zenith II By Glenn Roth (April 19, 2009)

    Brief: This is a two-staged payload rocket. I highly recommend streamer recovery in 2-stage configuration. Flies on A-C engines. Construction: The parts include: 1 bodytube, 1 red plastic payload section. 3 fins per stage, 18mm engine mounts, with hook. Kevlar ® shock cord attaches to engine mount up through the body and is attached to an elastic shock cord then to the ...

  • Quest Zenith II By Kris Henderson

    Brief: Two stage rocket with 14" parachute recovery. 22" tall with the payload section and booster section on. The package says it's a level three (advanced) rocket but really it's more like a level 2. The only reason I can see that it's considered a level three is because you have to line up the fins on the body tube along with the booster's fins. Construction: The kit ...

  • Quest Zenith II By Paul Gray

    This is a two-stage payload rocket. Kit says dual parachute in some advertising but is only a single chute recovery. Flies on A through C engines. One (1) body tube, One (1) plastic payload section which is red. Three (3) fins per stage both stages use a 18mm engine mount with a hook. Kevlar shock cord attaches to engine mount and pulls up through the body which then attaches to an elastic ...

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