Hi all! I'm going to begin construction of an LOC Lil Nuke.
Can anyone provide building tips?
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|Hi all! I'm going to begin construction of an LOC Lil Nuke.
|Can anyone provide building tips?
> Hi all! I'm going to begin construction of an LOC Lil Nuke.
> Can anyone provide building tips?
> TIA! Sean
As usual, I replaced the LOC shock cord & attachments... in this case I used
a 1/16" steel leader thru the top centering ring with about 10' of 1/8" MIL
spec braided nylon shroud line. I think I just used the stock chute - which for
this small kit is OK, but for any of the bigger kits I would prefer to use my
I used some #8 t-nuts in the aft centering ring for motor retention. To get
the t-nuts to fit between the motor tube and airframe I had to grind 2 sides of
the t-nut flanges.
Other than some added nose weight to balance for a bigger motor, that's about
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