E9-8 Model Rocket Engines (3)

This is a E9-8 E-class single stage model rocket engine designed to launch model rockets.

Estes E9-8 Model Rocket Engines (3) 24mm Standard Rocket Motor #1675
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 Estes Rockets # est1675
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Estes Rockets Item # est1675
Specifications :
  • Length: 3 3/4"
  • Diameter: 1"
  • Estes Product Number: 1675
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"Bomb.com"
j_arciniega85
Awesome engine ! Never had a fail out of 20 engines so far

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Features

  • E-class model rocket engine pack.
  • Single stage model rocket motor.
  • Detailed instructions.
  • Easy to use.
  • National Association of Rocketry certified.

Specs

  • Length: 3 3/4"
  • Diameter: 1"
  • Estes Product Number: 1675

Includes

  • 3 E9-8 Model Rocket Engines
  • 3 Igniters
  • 3 Plugs

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Reviews

  
 
"Excellent Motor"
craig
This is our favorite motor for the Estes Eliminator XL. It sends it to 1400 feet. At the elevation and speed of this rocket the 8 second delay works well. Most other rockets we launch on E's we use the 6 second delay (E9-6)

 
"Engine for larger rockets"
cfranklin
Provides nice liftoff optics for a larger rocket, but a bit pricey.

 
"Good Solid Motor"
jamiekitchen
I use these motors in a single mount for scratch built rockets up to BT-56 size and in a dual mount in BT70 and 80 tubes. They are easy to light and give a nice long burn. Against a cloudless sky with calm winds it is a great spectacle to see the tower of white smoke. Plus with the great pricing from HobbyLinc, I can try several different designs without having to worry about breaking the bank. One small con with these motors is that you cannot expect to get the high velocities at burnout like you can expect from staging 2 'D' motors as the thrust is lower. With fat rockets like the BT80 designs, you will reach apogee shortly after the thrust phase is done unless the day is calm and you launch vertical. Then it will just seem to hang on top of the smoke column which looks very cool. On days when you need to angle away from vertical however, I recommend dropping down a delay category.

Comments

  • WARNING: Model rocket motors are flammable. Please use caution.
  • Must be 18 to purchase in CA and NJ.
  • Do not burn engines.
  • Soak in water to destroy.

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