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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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"Great product!"
Vbarbarino
I have had no issues with these ignitors. Easy to use and very reliable. They work great with my homemade ignitor box which uses two 9v batteries in parrallel. It would be nice if the price would drop on these.

 
"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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