Teleflite G-75

Wow!
Didn't he just write that book last month?
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Mark
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Ah... well, let me know what you think about it when it comes out.
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Mark
I just tested out a home made Teleflite G-75, the bp was milled for 7
hours in my home made ball mill. I was very impressed at the wooooosh it
produced and it must have went up 1300'. I have to fine tune the motor still
but for a second try it was quite nice. All went well except I think the
chute got singed and failed to deploy properly, its stuck in a tree till the
next windy day.
Reply to
Mike
Sorry, it was the last book, I swear I will cream myself when the new one is out.
Reply to
Mike
The G-75 you describe was one of the motor designs in my FIRST book published in 1984. It's great to hear that it performed so well. My NEW book is currently at the printer, and I expect to start shipping finished copies in late May.
David Sleeter/Teleflite Corp.
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David Sleeter
Are you going to relaese said book internationally...PLEASE....PRETY PLEASE REALLY!!!
How much more grovelling do you require!!!
Regards Group Heretic
Reply to
Michael Mackay-Blair
This is the first time I started to putter around with the bigger ones, I have not gotten to the point where they are exploding, I'm guessing I am around 1/2 power, your book has been the rocketeers bible for many years, and the one comming out will be the new testament. I think this G-75 might have enough thrust to even lift my 35mm rocket cam into the air.
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Mike

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