Static EX-M motor test

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by Tim Boschert, 11 years ago
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May, 2007 - Tim Boschert tested an AP based "Wimpy Red" formula in an Aerotech 98mm 10240 case. The burn was clean and without air void pops. Tim had mixed the motor a little on the wimpy side as he planned on a test burn. According to Tim, "I turned down the AL from 2% to 1.8% as well as upped the AmCl to soften and cool the burn." The motor burned clean and steady for six seconds. Thats a four grain BAMO. Call it about an M2100 or M2300 ish.

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