>>I didn't take quite as extreme a position. I put in 2-18 mm mounts
>>one to pop the nose and one to eject the parachute. I flied this one
>>for the first time Friday on a B6-4 and a B6-6.
>>Check it out at:
>That's a very unusual clustering set-up. What's the logic for the two
>stage ejection. (For those who haven't seen the pictures, one of the
>18mm engine tubes extends all the way into a cut-out in the nose cone,
>while the other one seems to terminate normally inside the main body
destablize the bird while the B6-6 pops the chute. This allows
the rocket to deploy its chute lower to the ground to prevent
drift. I would say this is rather clever. I may try it myself.
To the original poster: Did you have any stability problems with the
addition of the second motor considering the model's short length?
Robert F. Nee