Cesaroni Pro38 and Dual Deploy

You mean I have to read the instructions !?!?!?
What kind of hobby is this????
:) Found it right where it should have been, Thanks a bunch!!!
Peter
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Can't use the motor's charge as there is a bulkplate ahead of the motor tube.
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On 25 Apr 2005 14:49:42 -0700, snipped-for-privacy@jci.com wrote:

YES!!!
It's ok to remove the black powder but DO NOT leave the delay out (unless you just want to cook your rocket & probably ruin the casing.
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snipped-for-privacy@jci.com wrote:

You need to install the delay element itself, to complete the forward pressure seal of the motor, but if you don't want the ejection charge fired by the motor, it is possible to peel up the cap and remove the powder.
-dave w
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