We launched the Gyroc last Friday in a 5 acre field, and I was afraid I'd lose it because a fin wasn't aligned. It took a nice, swirling path, but a little too close to no man's land. I'll pay more attention to the fins next time, but in any event the field is a little small for what I'm doing.
So I was wondering if I stuck a mini motor in a spent casing of a regular motor (gluing it in, of course) if it would give me a low altitude flight with enough ejection charge to pop the two engine casings out.
Here you can see what I'm talking about, but the engine is just wedged in. If I commit, I'll glue it in closer to flush.
And of course, the next question is how about sticking a regular sized motor in a D casing to slow-launch my upsized Gyroc?
-- lab~rat >:-) Do you want polite or do you want sincere?