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Aerotech J350W-14A 38mm RMS-Plus White Lightning

$72.99
$72.99
$65.69
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SKU:
103514
Availability:
HAZMAT - UPS Ground Shipping Required. Shipped Same or Next Day if In Stock! Certain exceptions may apply - see the "Schedule" section for detail.
Weight:
0.80 LBS
Shipping:
Calculated at Checkout

This product is considered a hazardous material

If out of stock, an excelent substitute would be the J270 White Lighting DMS.  It has the same motor diameter of 38mm, the same White Lightning propellant, and has approximately the same total impulse and average thrust; with the added bonus that no hardware is required (although a UDDT delay drilling tool is necessary if you want to trim the delay beyond the built in 14 seconds)!  Check it out here.

Level 2 required. Please respond to your Order Confirmation with proof of Certification level otherwise your package may be delayed. A picture or scan of your membership card or a letter/email from Tripoli or NAR is fine as well.

Reload kit for RMS-38/720 Motors. 38mm Forward Seal Disc required. Shipped with a 14 second adjustable delay.  Use the Aerotech 18-38mm RMS Delay Drilling Tool (RDDT) here to drill the delay to your desired time.

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  • 3
    OK

    Posted by Kurt on 6th Dec 2015

    Hi,

    Yeah I only wrote OK because I like my standard forward closure on my RMS hardware. Plus I'd have to buy a new threaded closure. No thanks. I've read about failures with these new molded closures. I'm appreciative that BRM enclosed a standard delay so I rate them
    5+. I pretty much only use electronics for deployments now so a 14 second smoke delay I like a lot. Just load 'er up, use the altimeter to take care of deployment and enjoy the smoke. No sims, no drilling necessary.

  • 5
    J350W with standard delay

    Posted by Tony on 24th Aug 2015

    Thick white smoke, regressive burn. About 1.75 seconds. High initial thrust gets heavy rockets off the pad very well. Maximum liftoff weight 26.22 pounds