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Sonic Model Rocket Igniter

This is the Sonic Igniters from the Pro Series by Estes. Suitable for Ages 10 & Older with Adult Supervision for Those Under 12.

Estes Sonic Model Rocket Igniter Pro Series II (4) Rocket Motor Starter #2305
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  • Estes Product Number: 2305
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"Small Igniters that pack a big punch"
dan.patell
These igniters surprised me. I purchased a couple of packs of these from the local Hobby Lobby with a 40% off coupon just to see how good they are. For years I have made my own igniters out of shooter wire, nichrome wire, and my home made pyrogen formula. These often have a high resistance and some launch systems have trouble firing them due to lack of sufficient current. I used these to light my own experimental motors (38/120 and 29/120) and they worked great! The motors did not light quickly, but they lit. They are a little on the expensive side at the retail price, but the sale prices here on Hobbylinc make these a great purchase.

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Features

Igniters used for the Pro Series motors.


Specs

  • Estes Product Number: 2305

Includes

Four Sonic Igniters


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"Cheaper alternative to First Fire Jr"
tbookwalter
Bought one pack to try and used two so far. Lit a 24mm Aerotech F and a 29mm Aerotech G without hesitation. If the first two are indicative of overall quality I would say that these are a great substitute for First Fire Jr at half the price.

 
"Watch Your Power Source"
FinBurner (Brandonbacn@outlook.com)
I have had issues using these at our club launches due to the fact that we use a car battery to power the ignition source. Vthis caused the igniters to pop quickly instead of flashing long enough to ignite the fuel. Adding a 1 Ohm 5 Watt resistor in series helped a lot.

 
"Simple effective Igniter"
Kreichert11
I bought these igniters to fire a clustered Nike-Ajax. I wanted to be sure all would engines would ignite and I only had one set of clips to use. The igniters were easy to wind together and the extra length was nice for my inset motor mount. All 3 D12's fired at the same time and the flight was great. The only reason it got a 4 vs a 5 was the cost being high. You will also need to supply your own method for keeping the igniter in place.

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