Plugging an AT E6-X reload

Anybody know how to plug an RMS so there is no delay? Am thinking a disc of some sort in front of the load and delete the delay/charge.
Thanks,
Kevin K.
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The delay seals the motor. Leave it out and *bad* things will happen. Assemble the motor as normal and leave out the powder. Plug the cavity with some wadding and tape it shut. Done it many a time with no problems.
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On 24 Sep 2005 20:29:14 -0700, snipped-for-privacy@ix.netcom.com wrote:

You can buy olugged forward closues for most casings 29mm and up. That won't help you with the E6x. With those, your best bet is to use a piece of metal in place of the dely grain. Alunimum is a good material to use but it's certainly not the only one that would work. This will probably cause it to no longer be a certified motor so you should also take that into consideration.
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Coat the delay grain heavily with grease on the end facing the propellant and it should not light. Or just leave out the charge. Using a timer or RC?
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All you have to do is leave out the BP. The delay will burn and give you the smoke trail, but when it burns through there won't be anything to light. You can still put the nice red cap over the ejection well if you're worried about it burning something, but I've never had any problem with that.
Leaving out the delay grain is a bad idea. Don't take advice from anyone who tells you to do that.
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