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Old 03-14-2018, 01:10 PM
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The new AeroTech F67 Economax motors are NAR certified and available.

Back at NARAM-48 I had discussed with Gary Rosenfield the possibility of AeroTech producing Enerjet kits and motors with Enerjet designations (E24, F52, F67).

While this discussion did not bear any fruit at the time I am glad to see that the F67 is now available once again.

During NARAM-60 I am planning to make an 'Enerjet' flight.
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Old 03-14-2018, 02:09 PM
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The new AeroTech F67 Economax motors are NAR certified and available.

Back at NARAM-48 I had discussed with Gary Rosenfield the possibility of AeroTech producing Enerjet kits and motors with Enerjet designations (E24, F52, F67).

While this discussion did not bear any fruit at the time I am glad to see that the F67 is now available once again.

During NARAM-60 I am planning to make an 'Enerjet' flight.


But it's not a no-smoke progressive thrust motor! At least its delay and ejection probably work.
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Old 03-14-2018, 02:18 PM
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But it's not a no-smoke progressive thrust motor! At least its delay and ejection probably work.

Yeah well...They got away from Flexane-60 AP motors a while ago I suspect. It's not your grandfather's F motor. But it is a shippable 60 N-s F motor. Nice. That's the cool part.
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The new AeroTech F67 Economax motors are NAR certified and available.

Back at NARAM-48 I had discussed with Gary Rosenfield the possibility of AeroTech producing Enerjet kits and motors with Enerjet designations (E24, F52, F67).

While this discussion did not bear any fruit at the time I am glad to see that the F67 is now available once again.

During NARAM-60 I am planning to make an 'Enerjet' flight.


I havenít seen this mentioned anywhere: the F67-6ís have the California Registration Mark blacked out, but the -4ís donít. Anyone know why? Are the -9ís CA certified?
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Old 05-03-2018, 11:31 PM
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I havenít seen this mentioned anywhere: the F67-6ís have the California Registration Mark blacked out, but the -4ís donít. Anyone know why? Are the -9ís CA certified?


I have a pack of each F67 motor delay type.

The -4 and -9 show the CA seal.

The -6 does not.

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Another idiotic over-reaching California law nobody needs....
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It is "Classification", not "Registration".

The CSFM classifies pyrotechnic devices. If they are classified as Model Rocket Motors, then the laws and regulations related to that classification of pyrotechnic device apply.





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I havenít seen this mentioned anywhere: the F67-6ís have the California Registration Mark blacked out, but the -4ís donít. Anyone know why? Are the -9ís CA certified?
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Shouldn't be any classification or registration. Baloney and nonsense.
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I havenít seen this mentioned anywhere: the F67-6ís have the California Registration Mark blacked out, but the -4ís donít. Anyone know why? Are the -9ís CA certified?


Sorry, the -4ís have the classification and the -6ís donít.
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Sorry, the -4ís have the classification and the -6ís donít.


Which still begs the question, why would the -6ís be excluded?
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