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HI-TEST 2225

HI-TEST 2225 is a clustered and staged sport model. Use of simple and reliable direct staging makes it seem easy to operate six motors per two stage flight. The extra power capacity makes HI-TEST 2225 one of the highest flying U.S. Rockets kits. Positive fin alignment and attachment is achieved by the use of wedge fin attach. Interlocking fin style, large payload compartment and stable design highlight this fine rocketship. Try 3 D12-0 to 3 D12-7 or 3 E25-0 to 3 D12-7.


SPECIFICATIONS
Skill 3
Motors 3-24mm/3-24mm
Recovery Parachute
Diameter 2.25"
Length 57"
Weight 423g or 16 oz
Drag (CD) 0.587/0.507
CP(") 43.56/36.67
SKU# 1002
Price $49.95
Definition Of Terms


HI-TEST 2225 can be slightly modified to accept new dual deployment systems and altimiters. The payload can be deployed on both sides of the coupler or both sides of the payload tube. This rocket is recomended for schools, recreation programs and science work. It flies surprisingly well on 3 D12-0 to D12-7. Best flights are with USR 3 F25-8 to G35-12. HI-TEST 2225 has been successfully tested with as high of power as H100-12 and as high thrust as G240-12. Its very strong and lightweight construction makes it fly surprisingly high compared to other rocket kit brands. Test it for yourself!
All U.S. Rockets Advanced Model Rocket series kits feature pre-cut plywood fins, heavy duty airframe tubes, strong elastic shock cord, illustrated assembly and flight instructions, decal and all the high quality parts needed to successfully assemble and fly a high performance model rocket. Launcher, motors, glue, sandpaper, sealer and paint not included.




parts
Current kit parts
Except the key ring!

parts
Older kit parts


Hi-Test 2225 kit package

release
Product photo

finished
Finished rocket


Jason Blatzheim's Hi-Test 2225 had 3 x D12-0 to 3 x D12-7.
It used direct staging, with gaps in the upper part of the booster
tubes to relieve some of the pressure. Worked very well.

finished
In flight

finished
In flight

assembly
Assembly area.

done
Hard work done.

naked
Complete and naked.

naked
Complete and naked.

painted
Painted.

painted
Complete and painted.

A little history from LDRS-1 in 1982.


Curt Hughes Hi-Test 2225 with 3xD12-0 to 3xD12-7
at LDRS-1 in August 1982 at Medina, OH.


Jerry Irvine Hi-Test 2225 with 3xD12-0 to 3xD12-7
at LDRS-1 in August 1982 at Medina, OH.

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