Tuesday, 29 June 2004 06:41

Little V2

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ImageThis is the original Overmoe V2. They call it the "Little V2" but there's nothing little about it. Based on an original Hott Rockets kit, this V2 is 9.25" in diameter and weighs in at 65 lbs when loaded!

This craft flies on an M1419 and hits about 7000 ft each time. This V2 Has flown about 9 times all on the M1419 motor. Brad did his level 3 on this rocket. Even after all of these flights it still has only a few scratches on it for damage.

 

 

It has never had any structural damage which is a true testament of the care and skill used to fly this bird. It is recovered on dual Rocketman chutes (meaning one chute for the body, one for the nose cone) and full deployment at apogee.

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