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Re:Level 1 Certification Question 12 years 10 months ago #193

Thanks Aaron! I'm considering going Cesseroni on mine based on the good reviews Terry Bush gives them. What do you think?

-Carl

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Re:Level 1 Certification Question 12 years 10 months ago #194

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conleyt wrote:
I'm considering it...... :)


Tom, What's holding you back?

Mario[/quote]

Mostly lack of time....... :)

Tom C.

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Re:Level 1 Certification Question 12 years 10 months ago #195

I can relate to that Tom. I finally decided to block some time out every Sunday to devote to rocketry...and nothing else. The older I get, the more the reality of mortality becomes evident, and therefore the more I want to make time for the fun stuff.

-Carl

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Re:Level 1 Certification Question 12 years 10 months ago #196

CenturiBAR wrote:

Thanks Aaron! I'm considering going Cesseroni on mine based on the good reviews Terry Bush gives them. What do you think?

-Carl


The CTI motors (Pro38, Pro54, etc) are great motors. They're super easy to ignite and the assembly can't be easier. They're slightly more expensive than AT but not by too much. When I started I had more experience with AT motors and cases so thats the direction I went with. Previous to the merger with AMW, CTI was limited on the reload types that were available (white, smokey or VMaxx) but now they're coming out with red, blue, green and sparky AMW reloads for the CTI cases.

If I had to choose over with today's line up, I'm not sure which I would pick but I'd give CTI a serious chance.

-Aaron

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Re:Level 1 Certification Question 12 years 10 months ago #197

ahead wrote:

The CTI motors (Pro38, Pro54, etc) are great motors. They're super easy to ignite and the assembly can't be easier. They're slightly more expensive than AT but not by too much. When I started I had more experience with AT motors and cases so thats the direction I went with. Previous to the merger with AMW, CTI was limited on the reload types that were available (white, smokey or VMaxx) but now they're coming out with red, blue, green and sparky AMW reloads for the CTI cases.

If I had to choose over with today's line up, I'm not sure which I would pick but I'd give CTI a serious chance.

-Aaron[/quote]

Thanks for the input Aaron. I have a AT 29mm case I'm going to try for mid-power stuff. So I'll get a chance to try both AT and CTI eventaully.

-Carl

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Re:Level 1 Certification Question 12 years 10 months ago #220

I have CTI 2,3,4 and 5 grain Pro 38 cases if you want to borrow one for a certification flight.

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