Why does the 'certified for contest use' classification have to apply
to scale competitions? Take the A10-PT, for example; it could
be useful in a scale model (perhaps in a SRB, or part of a cluster
arrangement), but it's apparently not cert'ed for contest use.
Moreover, there are many AT motors which aren't certified for
contest use which could be valuable for use in scale.
It would seem to me that the performance competitions (altitude,
etc.) require motor consistency and availability criteria which aren't
really necessary in the scale categories.
What do you BTC's think, am I missing something?
18 years ago