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INFINITY



INFINITY is a two stage rocket for 98mm rocket motors. Although it accepts a wide variety of "Interchange Mounts"-tm and can be flown on considerably less power, INFINITY is the rocket of choice for maximim power payload applications. With 4" (98mm) "Host Mounts"-tm in both stages and the appropriate L1000 booster and M1000 upper stage motor and your advanced payload aboard it can go over 4 miles! The large stable design makes INFINITY excellect for large payload or sport flights. Try an on-board camera in the large payload compartment. It features our giant 24 inch long 6 inch diameter fiberglass nose cone. The "Host Mount"-tm accepts 75mm, 54mm, 3x38mm, 7x29mm "Interchange Mounts"-tm. INFINITY can accomodate H, I, J, K, L, M motors.

SPECIFICATIONS
Skill 4
Motors 98mm/98mm
Recovery Parachutes
not included
Diameter 6.5"
Length 192"
Weight 12.0 LB
Drag (CD) 0.65/0.55
CP(") UNK
SKU# 1088
Price $419.95
Definition Of Terms
INFINITY can be slightly modified to accept new dual deployment systems and altimeters. The payload can be deployed on both sides of the coupler or both sides of the payload tube. Staging can be done with electronic sequencers or using "Discontinuous Staging"-tm.
All U.S. Rockets 6 Inch series kits feature feature pre-cut plywood fins, heavy duty airframe tubes, strong recovery harness, illustrated assembly and flight instructions, decal and all the high quality parts needed to successfully assemble and fly a high power rocket. Launcher, motors, parachutes, glue, sandpaper, sealer and paint not included. Please Note: Parachutes not included. Paint schemes for illustrations are the artist's rendition and are done for graphic presentation purposes only. Actual color schemes should be left to the personal tastes of the builder. At this advanced level the user is expected to provide his own parachutes, altimeter, and where appropriate fiberglass layer. All USR kits are dual deployment capable.

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