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First Fire Ignitor Jr. (3)

This is a three pack of Firstfire Jr Igniters model rocket igniters from Aerotech.

Aerotech First Fire Ignitor Jr. (3) Model Rocket Engine Igniter #89895
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 Aerotech # aro89895
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Specifications :
  • Length: 8" 608mm
  • Aerotech Product Number: 89895
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"Great for backups"
hal517
These are very reliable , every MPR range box should have a pack for backups.

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Features

  • Coated wire leads Pyrotechnic coating at the base.

Specs

  • Length: 8" 608mm
  • Aerotech Product Number: 89895

Includes

  • Three igniters

Requirements & Suggestions

  • For use with AEROTECH E, F, and G motors
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"They do what the name says..."
orion14ed
I recently launched a 29mm SU on these ignitors, and could not be more pleased. I used a 6V system, yes that is correct. You can use the standard Estes control for these, knowing this saved me a ton of money in the long run. They do take a delay to fire, but so do all others. The only con is the price, 3 for $8 is a bit expensive, but for how well they work, I will take these anyday.

 
"Excellent performance, but expensive per use"
tbookwalter
Fellow rocketeers tend to hate the old copperheads for their poor reliability. I found that if you just treat them gently, they work quite well. At my local club where it is usually quick and easy to change out an ignitor, I will usually start with the copperhead that is included with the reload. It would be too expensive to throw out the copperhead and use a First Fire in every motor. However, when I am at a big event and want the best reliability in my E-G motors, I will pull out the First Fire Jr. Nothing worse than waiting 30-45 min for the launch cycle and then have your ignitor fail. I have yet to have a properly First Fire Jr fail to light my motor. Well named.

 
"Get your rocket off the pad fast"
keithpate6419 (keithpate6419@gmail.com)
I have been using First Fire Ignitors for many years with no failures.

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