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MEGA-ROC



MEGA-ROC is the popular sport and payload research vehicle most people own. 66mm (2.6") host mount, through the wall fin attach and many other valuable features combine to make Mega-Roc our first choice. Many motor combinations are possible. Model rocket flights with G60-4 or 3 F20-4. HPR flights with H120-8, I65-8, J125-8. Includes 29mm, 3-29mm, 54mm conversion mounts.

SPECIFICATIONS
Skill 2
Host Mount-tm 66mm
Interchange
Mounts-tm
54mm
38mm
29mm
3x 29mm
4x 24mm
Recovery Parachute
not included
Launch Lug 1/2"
Diameter 4.0"
Length 85"
Weight 980g
Drag (CD) 0.55
CP(") 63.6
SKU# 1016
Price $109.95
Definition Of Terms
MEGA-ROC 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 F80-4 or G60-4. Best flights are with USR H60-4, H120-8, H80-8, J160-8. MEGA-ROC has been successfully tested with as high of power as J250-12 or J125-8 and as high thrust as I440-12. 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 Experimental 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.


megaroc
Mega-Roc rocket

deployed
Mega-Roc deployed

finished
Finished rocket


A bit of history

flying
Jim Jaworski's Mega-Roc takes to the skies
under cluster power at a Lucerne Test Range
launch hosted by U.S. Rockets in the early 80's.

flying
Jerry Irvine's Mega-Roc at LDRS-1 1982
powered by a J200 motor! This particular
flight ushered in the era of consumer
High Power Rocketry as we know it today.


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