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Old 07-04-2010, 12:17 PM
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Carl,

Do you have the balsa equivalents for those Estes SAROS parts in your catalog?

I realize the fin can could be fabricated from tubes and balsa fins, maybe a paper wrap, but do you have a BNC and BR that match?

Fins?
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Carl,

Do you have the balsa equivalents for those Estes SAROS parts in your catalog?

I realize the fin can could be fabricated from tubes and balsa fins, maybe a paper wrap, but do you have a BNC and BR that match?

Fins?



He's definitely got the nose and reducer. the fin can can be reduced to just a couple of shrouds and the fins are an inch in span (maybe a inch and an eighth), the root is probably an inch and a quarter, and the tip is 3/4" with the trailing edge square.
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Carl,

Do you have the balsa equivalents for those Estes SAROS parts in your catalog?

I realize the fin can could be fabricated from tubes and balsa fins, maybe a paper wrap, but do you have a BNC and BR that match?
BNC-20ED

http://www.semroc.com/Store/Scripts...?idproduct=1048


TA-2050

http://www.semroc.com/Store/Scripts...p?idproduct=829


Fins should probably be 1/16" balsa.


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Thanks, guys! I thought Carl had already put these into his alien contraption, but I couldn't remember the part numbers.

So I guess I no longer have an excuse for not building one...
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The Saros also had formed wraps, didn't it?
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